Detaching Your Tabs in Firefox 3.5

FAIL (the browser should render some flash content, not this).

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what about those of us who

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what about those of us who don't do movies?

where is the text version?

Saved me installing an addon...

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Text version would read something like:
Drag the tab you want to detach onto the the main part of the Firefox window, where you read web pages. It will open that tab in its own window. Worked in my Firefox 3.6.3 on XP. Thanks for the video!

Hi Thanks for your training

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Thanks for your training movies
some times the .ogv files on these training movies are not downloadable.

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