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IGoogle Sidebar

IGoogle Sidebar is a Firefox extension that displays your Google Personalized Home page in the sidebar. Only the modules on the left column of your Google homepage are visible in the sidebar, so you must select the ones you would like to see and drag them to the left column.

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Recent releases

  •  04 Oct 2006 11:50

    Release Notes: This release adds a new feature to quickly hide the sidebar without closing it, to avoid reloading (available as a toolbar button, popup menu item, or by double-clicking on the splitter). It updates compatibility for Firefox 2.

    •  26 Sep 2006 06:08

      Release Notes: A bug with Google Reader where clicking on an item changed the current page was fixed. A customizable ability to show/hide search box (hidden by default) and Tabs (visible by default) was added. Full integration with the Ez Sidebar extension was added. A rare bug where layout was broken if a page took too long to load was fixed. An error message saying that "elems[0] has no properties" and which would show up in the console when clicking anywhere in sidebar was fixed. A new translation for the fr-FR locale was added.

      •  13 Sep 2006 11:35

        Release Notes: Full integration with the All-In-One-Sidebar extension was added. The Reload button was made smaller, which fixes a crash with the Sage Sidebar extension. Support was added for Firefox 2 beta 2 and Flock 0.7. A sidebar popup menu shows the extension name.

        •  12 Sep 2006 05:26

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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