Re: Disabling Multizilla
Rajnish Bhaskar <r.bhaskar <at> educ.gla.ac.uk>
2004-07-16 08:09:43 GMT
> I saw in the FAQ a link for how to re-enable MultiZilla.
> Unfortunately, I can't determine how to disable MultiZilla (need
> to do some testing of a website). I've seen references to an
> "Extension Manager", but I can't seem to find this in my install
> or where I would get it.
To disable MultiZilla, ensure that the QuickPrefs button is
visible (on the navigation toolbar, personal toolbar or
MultiZilla toolbar from Prefs -> MultiZilla -> Buttons). Press
the QuickPrefs button and select the last menu item ("Extension
Management") which will expand a list of extensions that you have
installed, including MultiZilla itself, and allow you to disable
Rajnish Bhaskar, Technical officer
IT Education Unit, University of Glasgow
r.bhaskar <at> educ.gla.ac.uk, http://www.iteu.gla.ac.uk/
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