So, I exported my usernames and passwords from Pale Moon but don't see a way to get them into Firefox. Some are literally months or years behind. I have installed both firefox, palemoon and waterfox. Oh, and didnt I already mention their inability for them to be split or multiprocess? You can remove the Password Exporter addon from Pale Moon and Firefox after you've exported your passwords. Sorry, that misses the mark.
Pale Moon Is Based on Very Outdated Firefox Code is based on older Firefox code. It disables Pocket by default, but you can. Goanna behaves slightly differently than Gecko in certain respects and may result in different display of web pages. This'll back up everything: you can choose to selectively backup your passwords, bookmarks, prefs, addons, themes,cookies, etc or your entire profile. Waterfox is a sad story. For some reason, video e.
In the future, this will only get more complicated as the Waterfox developers try to make their own browser. Three days later, the Waterfox project said it was working on integrating these patches on. Waterfox also has some other different features. Stupid mistake here on my part. What these do have in common is a stated goal of continuing the inefficent no multi-process! Waterfox for its part hasnt seemed to figure out exactly how to do that moving forward though yet again stuck in 59 Oh, and the moonchildren are insufferable. That being said: of course we will do our best to provide an as stable and secure browser as possible with every official release of Basilisk. LuvKomputrs wrote:Just installed the browser myself to post here with it and test it out.
Basilisk is a Firefox-like web browser from the PaleMoon team that is based on the Goanna Gecko layout and rendering engine. So, I aborted the backup and removed Honey and restarted Pale Moon again and it completed the backup in a few seconds if that. Here is the link to the website - livestream: It doesn't work at least on my computer. I think that's just because DuckDuckGo is the default search engine. I wonder what I should write to the customer service? I just discovered what for me is a big No-No. Actually, forget about Password Exporter! The most significant thing here is that is designed to look like pre-Servo Firefox. In Pale Moon, use Password Exporter to save your passwords as an.
You can expect a familiar interface as-carried by Firefox between v29 and v56. More importantly, basing a browser on such old code makes security patches harder. I just discovered what for me is a big No-No. Here are our concerns with some of the more popular Firefox alternatives. If your Honey addon is the one about finding coupon codes online, then yes it works fine in Basilisk. So basically, Basilisk is a long-term preview of a future version of Pale Moon.
I notice that Edge's video is smooth. Consider using the Basilisk browser instead of Firefox: This is created by the Pale Moon folks. The argument about the addons is just … not how things work. Its not supposed to replace palemoon so much as be an alternative with the same philosophy. But I figure I'd prefer Firefox as long as the video is smooth. So yeah - I think they are all garbage.
As such, we need something an application to develop this alongside our current browser platform and back-end. It is still in a beta. I have another reason to abandon Pale Moon -- I want to install an addon that isn't supported by Pale Moon, Honey. My question is, can I get at least some of my data from Pale Moon into Firefox? Sorry, sometimes better technology comes along and is updated. In the above image I intended to go directly to the Mozilla extensions site to take a look at that particular extension.
These days, I dont even use firefox. I tried to install Firefox on this Windows 10 64bit machine a couple days ago and ran it's data import function that's integrated into the installer I chose to import data, it didn't specify from where but I figured it had to be from my default browser, which is Pale Moon and I got a spinning cursor that lasted over 12 hours and I shut off the process. I'd at least like Firefox to know my passwords so I don't have to look them up and enter them. That one you can compare with Fx on the better Dell. Sure it was a wonderful world where everyone could make things easily. . As far as I know, waterfox is based on an older version v56 of firefox and so some features are missing, but the security updates still get fixed.
Looks like I can maybe import things separately because they are each in separate files in the backup folder I created. Everytime I try to use it, I get error messages and often even crashes. In the above image I intended to go directly to the Mozilla extensions site to take a look at that particular extension. See here: A large amount of changes, including many performance improvements and security updates. But its doesnt change the fact that it was buggy as hell and a security nightmare. On February 1, 2018, was released with these patches. I changed to Vivaldi from Firefox 'cause it at least feels much snappier on my ten year old Dell laptop tho I liked Fx a lot.
The poster there said they exported only that but I added cookies and extensions. I found this page and. Now, the developer is doing the same thing again, basing this new version largely on the pre-Quantum Firefox code. Of course, if you're already using Firefox 57, it may be too much of a risk trying to downgrade Firefox from 57 to 56 as this might corrupt your profile. After adding polish language it is not possible to run basilisk. Basilisk Is a More Modern, But More Unstable Pale Moon is a new browser from the creator of Pale Moon. Thing here is that they cant seem to get their ish together about the new quantum stuff.