OK, this one baffled me: One of the quicksilver functionalities I use the most is the opening of URLs.
I recently switched back from Safari to Firefox 3, something I do from time to time just to keep life interesting.
Even though I enabled the Firefox plugin in Quicksilver it didn’t index the Firefox bookmarks, because Firefox 3 stores the bookmarks in a format that Quicksilver can’t read. Fortunately the solution is simple:
First go to the “about:config”-page in your browser bar:
In the resulting page enter “bookmarks.autoExportHTML” to find the entry for “browser.bookmarks.autoExportHTML”.
Now all you need to do is set the value for this preference to “true”.
From now on Firefox will, every time Firefox quits, write the bookmarks in html format in your preferences folder. Quicksilver will index this file (as long as the Firefox plugin in Quicksilver is enabled). You’re done!