Work Offline in Firefox ?

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Intuit

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Anyone know of a way to put this option on the toolbar?
These websites are pretty chatty and it'd be nice to just quickly on/off that.
I have exactly zero add-ons installed.

Thanks.


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PHolder

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Well a slightly faster way to get there on Windows is to press and release the Alt key. This will enable the menu bar at the top temporarily. In the File menu at the bottom is Work Offline.

Alternatively, press Alt-F to bring up the File menu, and then 'k' to select Work Offline.
 

Intuit

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That works just fine. Thanks @PHolder .
@Bplayer - I was thinking about finding out how to create an extension myself... since I actively avoid having them. (except for the default DRM add-ons necessary for video playback)