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All your branding are belong to Firesomething. This extension will give Firefox an identity crisis by generating a new randomized browser name every time you open a new window. Confuse your friends and family with names like "Mozilla Firebadger" and "Mozilla Poweroyster". It's as fun as you want it to be!

- Modifies the product name in the browser titlebar, Help menu, and About dialog titlebar.
- Generates random names using multiple name lists.
- Allows you to have a new name generated for each browser window, or use the same name for all windows.
- Optionally modifies the browser's User-Agent string to reflect your custom browser name.
- Allows you to easily change the image in the About dialog.
- Keyboard shortcut Ctrl+` (grave accent) in the browser window generates a new product name.
- Adds about:firefox and about:firesomething, newly discovered passages from the Book of Mozilla.


Another option..

If anyone's looking for a similar addon like I was, the Nightly Tester Tools addon has similar functionality (although it doesn't let you have a randomly named Firefox).

Rated 4 out of 5 stars by Korin on July 26, 2009


Mah, per quanto mi riguarda è un'addon abbastanza inutile. Com'è descritto sopra l'addon non fa altro che cambiare il nome di firefox nella barra.
Veramente inutile.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars by TheJoe on July 19, 2009

It's just fun!

Please, Cosmic Cat, update this for Firefox 3.5+.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars by fushigi-kun on June 27, 2009

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Release Notes

Version 1.8.0 — May 15, 2007 — 47 KB

Updated for Firefox 2.0.

WARNING: Preferences will not be carried over from Firesomething 1.7.x or earlier. If you have custom lists, after installation go to about:config, filter by "firesomething", and manually copy your lists to the new preferences under extensions.firesomething.* .