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Integrate Google Talk as a Sidebar Widget in Firefox

Would you like to integrate Google Talk as a sidebar widget in your Firefox browser? So that you can browse the web and talk to your friend in Google Talk at the same time. This is useful, especially, if you are a kind who spend lot of your time for browsing and talking with people.

This is very simple. Just enter at and login with your Google Talk ID. Then bookmark the page (click and drag the favicon to the Bookmarks toolbar).

Now, right-click on this bookmark and select Properties. Select the Load this bookmark in the sidebar check box and save it.

To open Google Talk in Firefox sidebar, just click on this bookmark. To close the sidebar, click close button (X) on top of the sidebar as usual.

 You can also open Google Talk in a separate Window when you clicking the bookmark. To do that, click the Pop out link at the top of the Google Talk sidebar.


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