Mozilla's high-performance browser specifically designed for Mac OS/X.
Bugzilla privilege that allows the user to confirm a bug.
A listing of files found in a theme.
The name of the author of a theme.
The URL for the author of a theme.
The description of a theme.
The theme name.
The URL for the theme's settings.
An extension for Firefox that lets you edit user.js, userChrome.css, and userContent.css.
The JAR file for the Classic theme.
The Firefox make file used to (re)build Firefox. It's used with the make command and either builds or fetches source from CVS.
An extension for Firefox that enables a user to determine a color's RGB color index.
A Cascading Style Sheet used to describe or define how the console will look.
The locale (country or ethnicity, for example) of the content. This might be the language, the font, or how items are supposed to look in that locale.
The RDF file that lists the contents of a package.
A term used to describe open source; somewhat the opposite of a copyright.
The option to create a user profile.
Concurrent Versions System, the dominant open-source network-transparent version control system. It's used to manage source code, for example.
The batch file that starts the Cygwin console.