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    Here's a collection of add-ons for Firefox under Ubuntu Chroot of your choice. It is designed for touch screen, of course, and ease of use.

    Here are my setup for some modules:

    Grab & Drag :

    1. Go to preferences and then "More Options" tab
    2. Change "Drag Multiplier" to 3.4
    3. Change tab to "Momentum"
    4. All handles for "drag momentum" should be set down to zero ("short", "small" and "no friction")
    5. Change tab to "Advanced" and set "Drag Increments" to zero ("smooth")

    For a smoother experience, you should also go to Firefox's prefs and set "use smooth scrolling" in the Advanced tab.

    Hide Caption Title Bar

    This is up to you but here's what I found to be more useful:

    1. Go inside HCTB prefs and set things up like this:
    2. "Show Firefox 4+ main menu button" > disabled
    3. "Define action for custom close button" > Minimize
    4. Change tab to "Advanced Settings"
    5. "Top Edge Margin position" > Maximized = 2 & Un-Maximized = 0

    Theme Font & Size Changer

    Font = Cantarell (You can install the Cantarell font from Synaptic or using apt-get: this is a font designed for touch screen and better lisibility. I strongly suggest using this font for all your system, which can be changed in the control panel of your Desktop Environment)

    Size = 12 (if you use the setup described below for GTK+ native theme) or 16 (otherwise)

    Style & Weight = Normal

    Color = Normal or #000 depending on your theme

    As for the theme, I suggest either GTK+ Native or Kempelton Reloaded Large

    If you use GTK+ Native, here's a way to get larger icons :

    1. Open a new tab
    2. Enter this address : "about:config" and promise you'll be careful
    3. Tap "pixel" inside the search box
    4. Change the value of the "layout.css.devPixelsPerPx" to whatever suits you (I chose 1.2) with incremental changes either being +0.1 or +0.05, but not higher than 2.

    If you think some add-ons should be added to this list, feel free to tell me in this thread, with your recommended settings. I'll add them to the collection. They must work on Firefox that comes with ARMEL repositories and be useful for tablet use.
    Proud Veer and Touchpad owner
  2. #2  
    Suitable for tablet or phones too?
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    Should be suitable for phones *if* you use firefox desktop version. Otherwise, it's useless since firefox mobile already handles touch functionalities
    Proud Veer and Touchpad owner
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    we dont have any firefox, tablet or mobile native apps so np there tbh.
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