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Firefox - Tidefans Optimization

Here is a great tweak that you can use in the Firefox Browser to speed up Tidefans for older computers or if you just want to limit the amount of images loaded and want just the forum posts.

[B]a.[/B] Find an empty spot on the webpage and click your Right Side Mouse Button
[B]b.[/B] A context menu will appear and then click the Left Mouse Button on "View Page Info"
[B]c.[/B] At the top, select the "Media" category.

[I]There are two sources of additional things loading. Ads from "http://tf.richweb.com/" and things like avatars and other not necessarily needed icons from "http://www.tidefans.com"[/I]

[I]I select everything and my page loads up quickly and the threads are not scrunched up with ads.[/I]

[B]c.[/B] click on the top http address in the center box to highlight it and then check the "block images" box at the bottom left.
[B]d.[/B] while still highlighted to speed up clocking the rest, used your arrow down button to move to the next item and continue to check the lower box if needed.
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Tidefans will look much nicer and less cluttered![/I]

Greg
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  1. Firefox - Tidefans Optimization

    by , June 24th, 2012 at 09:42 AM (Firefox - Tidefans Optimization)
    Here is a great tweak that you can use in the Firefox Browser to speed up Tidefans for older computers or if you just want to limit the amount of images loaded and want just the forum posts.

    [B]a.[/B] Find an empty spot on the webpage and click your Right Side Mouse Button
    [B]b.[/B] A context menu will appear and then click the Left Mouse Button on "View Page Info"
    [B]c.[/B] At the top, select the "Media" category.

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  2. Thanks Tidefans- Memorial

    by , June 18th, 2012 at 07:29 AM (Firefox - Tidefans Optimization)
    Tidefans is a great community and after a few years of activity you notice when someone goes missing and are happy to see their return to the forum. Many folks have been members for 10 to 12+ years. That's a decent amount of time, and a stretch where odds are a few people will pass away. I would like to propose a memorial for active past member but am not sure how to go about it. Any suggestions can be im'd to me.

    Thanks,
    Greg
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