HF Propagation Add-On for the Firefox Web Browser

Frank Gentges fgentges at mindspring.com
Tue Sep 26 21:35:49 CDT 2006

Dave and all,

In Firefox, go to the TOOLS pull down and select EXTENSIONS.  You should 
find the extensions listed and a button to uninstall each one.  I don't 
know why it is not part of OPTIONS as that is where I would expect it.  
Oh, well.

Frank K0BRA

David A Aitcheson - KB3EFS wrote:
> One problem I had with this add-on was there is no UN-install or remove
> if memory serves me correctly.  Just a word to the cautious.
> Dave KB3EFS
> Frank Gentges wrote:
>> If you are using the Firefox web browser a new add-on is out.
>> Jim Handcock, N0HR has written a little add-on for the Mozilla 
>> Firefox browser.  It creates a small box in the lower right hand 
>> corner in the status bar.  In that box is presented current solar HF 
>> propagation parameters.  It displays the current solar flux (SF), the 
>> current A index and K index.  Its a nice way to glance down to see 
>> how the  HF bands might be doing while not taking up a lot of space.  
>> It is at version 0.73.6 which indicates it is still experimental.
>> Now, I need to keep watching and get used to how these numbers relate 
>> to how the bands are doing.
>> See
>> https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/1253/ 
>> <https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/1253/>
>> http://www.n0hr.com <http://www.n0hr.com>
>> Frank K0BRA
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