mrlachatte at gmail.com
Thu Aug 4 14:46:41 EDT 2005
I've noticed that if you press ctr+shift+l, then escape, and try to
open it up again, it doesn't respond. You have to click somewhere in
the the active window in order for the key code to be recognised
again. Also, foxpose doesn't work in the August 3rd nightly build.
On 8/4/05, Jeff Barr <jeff at vertexdev.com> wrote:
> Excellent, this is very helpful.
> On Wed, 3 Aug 2005 15:24:41 -0700, "Edward Lee" <edilee at gmail.com> said:
> > On 8/3/05, Nikolas Coukouma <lists at atrus.org> wrote:
> > > Theoretically, strings should be able to go on until there's no more
> > > memory space for it to fill because the underlying prefs system uses
> > > char* . I haven't heard of anyone hitting a limit, but you're certainly
> > > welcome to try making Really Big Strings and storing them.
> > Well.. I put some big long value inside my prefs.js file for
> > greasemonkey to request.
> > edward staff 320016968 Aug 3 10:16 prefs.js
> > The actual value is 320,000,000 characters long, and other bytes are
> > used for other preferences/text stuff.
> > I used greasemonkey to pull the value using GM_getValue('tmp').length,
> > and it reports it to be exactly 320,000,000. So I guess there
> > shouldn't be a worry about being able to store large values....
> > However, it does impact the load time of firefox to read in the
> > prefs.js ;) Pulling the actual value (and calculating the length)
> > doesn't take too long on the system I'm on.. but I hope people aren't
> > storing hundred megs of data in the preferences. :)
> > --
> > Ed
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