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Does anyone know how to change the way jpg's or images off the net being saved as .jpg.jff? also what are the keyboard buttons for navigation. Ex. in explorer if i press backspace i can go back a page. also how to you set mozilla as the default brower in mac osX. (not only am i a newbie but i'm also a recent switcher) I know these are stupid questions but ii'm dying to know!
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