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Hi,

In some browsers like Chrome, Opera, we access from the address as

chrome://extensions chrome://history chrome://about

and

opera://extensions opera://history opera://about

How to find such list for Firefox? And what say for above, Firefox command, Firefox Url, etc?

Regards Einfo

Hi, In some browsers like Chrome, Opera, we access from the address as chrome://extensions chrome://history chrome://about and opera://extensions opera://history opera://about How to find such list for Firefox? And what say for above, Firefox command, Firefox Url, etc? Regards Einfo
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jscher2000
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I don't think there are always corresponding internal page addresses, but take a look at these:

chrome://extensions

Firefox's Add-ons page can be opened using any of the following -- click Extensions in the left column of the page to select that category if needed:

  • Ctrl+Shift+A
  • about:addons (in the address bar)
  • "3-bar" menu button > Add-ons
  • (menu bar) Tools > Add-ons

chrome://history

Firefox displays history in various spots:

  • Left sidebar: Ctrl+H
  • Separate library window: Ctrl+Shift+H
  • chrome://browser/content/places/places.xul (in the address bar) to open the Library window contents in a tab

chrome://about

What is on that page?

If you're curious about other mystery about: addresses, open about:about and see what you find.

I don't think there are always corresponding internal page addresses, but take a look at these: '''chrome://extensions''' Firefox's Add-ons page can be opened using any of the following -- click Extensions in the left column of the page to select that category if needed: * Ctrl+Shift+A * about:addons (in the address bar) * "3-bar" menu button > Add-ons * (menu bar) Tools > Add-ons '''chrome://history''' Firefox displays history in various spots: * Left sidebar: Ctrl+H * Separate library window: Ctrl+Shift+H * chrome://browser/content/places/places.xul (in the address bar) to open the Library window contents in a tab '''chrome://about''' What is on that page? If you're curious about other mystery about: addresses, open '''about:about''' and see what you find.
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[[Complete List Of Firefox About:Commands|https://www.itechtics.com/list-of-firefox-about-commands/]]

I this link is help

[[Complete List Of Firefox About: Commands|https://www.itechtics.com/list-of-firefox-about-commands/]] I this link is help
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Question owner

I found the complete list at

about:about

Currently there are 39.

Thank you for resolving my doubt.

Pls let me know, what we say for all 39?

I found the complete list at '''about:about''' Currently there are 39. Thank you for resolving my doubt. Pls let me know, what we say for all 39?
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jscher2000
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einfo said

Pls let me know, what we say for all 39?

I don't understand your question.

''einfo [[#answer-1262566|said]]'' <blockquote> Pls let me know, what we say for all 39? </blockquote> I don't understand your question.
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Question owner

Okay I try to paraphrase my question.

about:about

about:addons

about:buildconfig

about:cache

etc.

Like above, there are 39 at about:about.

There are Firefox commands or url or what

I believe I explained better.

Okay I try to paraphrase my question. ''about:about'' ''about:addons'' ''about:buildconfig'' ''about:cache '' etc. Like above, there are 39 at ''about:about''. There are Firefox commands or url or what I believe I explained better.
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jscher2000
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about: and chrome: are protocols for internal pages, like http: and https: are protocols for external pages. Does that make sense? Some of the internal pages run when you open them, but others need to be launched by a menu command or other process in order to show the expected data and if you try to open them directly, they are just a shell.

about: and chrome: are protocols for internal pages, like http: and https: are protocols for external pages. Does that make sense? Some of the internal pages run when you open them, but others need to be launched by a menu command or other process in order to show the expected data and if you try to open them directly, they are just a shell.
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