Save Extensions Extension
That ISN'T bafflegab. LOL
I'm looking for an extension that saves extensions and themes so if I have a
system wide crash I can quickly resurrect my Firefox to the state it was in
prior to having to reformat the hard drive.
On 22-02-2008 15:09 CET, stevezygote composed this enchanting statement:
> That ISN'T bafflegab. LOL
> I'm looking for an extension that saves extensions and themes so if I have a
> system wide crash I can quickly resurrect my Firefox to the state it was in
> prior to having to reformat the hard drive.
&...SessionSaver extension missing from Tools => Extensions => Get More Extensions
SessionSaver extension missing from
Tools => Extensions => Get More Extensions or
"Adam" <adam@no_thanks.com> wrote in message news:email@example.com...
> SessionSaver extension missing from
> Tools => Extensions => Get More Extensions or
> SessionSaver extension missing from
> Tools => Extensions => Get More Extensions
The most important extension (with t...vtable extension for, well, extensions
This will have to wait until after the release, of course, but the ponie
stuff has brought up a *really* good point that needs addressing. There's
no good way to get or set a generic pointer in a PMC. Right now we're
either cheating (by poking into the guts of a PMC) or hijacking an exiting
entry (like, say, the get/set int keyed int entries) neither of which is
really a good option for extensions.
So, once the screaming pumpkin departs, I want to add these two entries to
void set_pointer(void *)
with their keyed variants. The defau...Slim Extension List extension
I hacked the Max version number in the "Slim Extension List" extension
so it would load into FF2, which it now does, but it doesn't actually do
anything once installed. Anyone managed to hack it successfully, or is
it one of those that will need a complete rewrite?
Maybe it can be achieved with a bit of code in userchrome - anyone got
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Bob Henson wrote:
> I hacked the Max version number in the "Slim Extension List" extension
> so it would load into FF2, which it n...Adding extension to extensions/ folder
I am working on learning to compile Firefox, and after successfully
compiling the unchanged source from CVS, I would like to add in a few
extensions (in the extensions/ directory, to be included by default in
the browser). I tried following the example of the extensions already
listed in the extensions/ folder, and it eventually compiled
successfully, but the extension's functionality was not present in the
Are there any tutorials out there that I've missed that deal with this?
Any advice or starting point is greatly appreciated.
> [...Extension methods => Extension fields?
Hello,I've tasted how powerfull it is to use extension methods...It it possible to do the same for fields? If so, how the current occurence of the Type is transmitted to the field (the "this" parameter of the extension method)? Thanks!
It's not possible to do the same for fields. With methods, they've in a sense 'exposed' what the compiler really does with an instance method (it always passes the instance of the object as the first parameter on the stack - you just never normally see it happen). There's no analogy for fields....MyControl.extension is there a auto extension feature?
Is there a tool to help me identify the extension needed? like a drop down box with all the properties available for each control?
what exactly do you mean by extension?
Grz, Kris.Read my blog. Handy Firefox plugins for web developers.Workaround for non working Mark as answer buttons.
when you type in the control name followed by a .
can asp.net web matrix show all the list of property involved on the control?
if so please kindly guide me how to turn this feature on.
unfortunately, webmatrix doesn't have ...Extension updates when extension is installed in Registry
I am distributing a package that uses a FF extension. Rather than make
users go through a 2-3 step process, I thought installing the extension
in the registry from the installer will be simpler. But when I do that,
I am not sure if updates to the extension happen at all.
Can someone clarify this issue ?
Kallol Borah wrote:
> I am distributing a package that uses a FF extension. Rather than make
> users go through a 2-3 step process, I thought installing the extension
> in the registry from the installer will be simpler. But when I do that,
>...extension - Thunderbird
Does anyone know when this extension will be upgraded to be compatible with
Thanks for any information.
L Mehl wrote:
> Hello --
> Does anyone know when this extension will be upgraded to be compatible with
> Thunderbird 1.0?
> Thanks for any information.
> L Mehl
I'm using it now in TB 1.00:
I see it.
When updating my extensions, the TB extensions manager said something like
"no updates found", or "ext...Missing extensions/Incorrect extension information
Name: Brandon Bachman
Product: Other (please state)
Summary: Missing extensions/Incorrect extension information
Before the extensions website update, I was able to get access to
Statusbar Toolbar and Disable Targets for Downloads. Now I can't find them.
Also, could somebody contact a Jed Brown about his BBCode extension?
Claims to work with 1.0-3.0a1 but I'm using 18.104.22.168 (still using a 98
system oddly enough) and I cannot install it. At all.
Furthermore, I found a copy of Statusbar Toolbar (version 1.5), couldn't
After banging my head against a wall for a few hours with Perl 5's XS, I
have an idea for how Parrot can do it better.
Basically, the big problems with XS are:
-It's ugly as hell
-It makes the extender do tons of extra work
-It seriously munges your code
However, it has a few good features too, especially the concept of
typemaps. (They look just as bad as the rest of XS, but the idea is
sound.) So, how do we keep the good and rid ourselves of the bad?
Here's an example of my proposed format.
/* optional */
xs_version => 0.1,
parrot_versi...Is there such an extension?
I want to know is there such an extension for Thunderbird to filter
SPAM and other unwanted emails? I want to design such an extension for
TB and this extension will adopt some methods from Machine Learning to
make it more suitable for users. I ask here to ensure myself that I am
not reinventing the wheel.
Any response will be appreciated very much! Thanks!
Bo Yang wrote:
> I want to know is there such an extension for Thunderbird to filter
> SPAM and other unwanted emails? I want to design such an extension for
> TB and this exte...Are ff3 extensions back compatible with ff2 extensions?
I'd like to know is there a well-known list of features which work
differently in extensions written for ff 2 and for ff 3?
Is it any sort of document named "migrating your ff2 extension to
On 05/04/2008, Andrei Korostelev <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'd like to know is there a well-known list of features which work
> differently in extensions written for ff 2 and for ff 3?
> Is it any sort of document named "migrat...extension
how can I test my extension without testing it?
On Mon, 16 May 2011 23:03:46 +0430, paniz alipour wrote:
> how can I test my extension without testing it?
Is this a trick question?
Philip Chee <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Guard us from the she-wolf and the wolf, and guard us from the thief,
oh Night, and so be good for us to pass.
a trick question!?
NO! why? I am trying to develop extension i am reading a book that there is...extension
hello... I am using firefox for more than 2 years and It works great...
recently I started using thunderbird too... I just wanted thunderbird to
be integrated to the browser through some extension, so i dont need to
run it as a separate application... like i use fireftp... I want to use
thunderbird the same way...
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:22.214.171.124) Gecko/20070914 Firefox/126.96.36.199
Name: Chris ashford
I think firefox is an excellent piece of software, and I highly
recommend it to my friends. The ideas for the extensions have helped me
Many thanks for all your efforts, and keep the good work going.
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-GB; rv:188.8.131.52) Gecko/20070725 Firefox/184.108.40.206
Name: Ron Payne
Product: Gran Paradiso
Too bad the new beta has to knock out 90% of all my installed extensions
(a lot) and take over the old Firefox's Profile where you can't have
both running at the same time.
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.9b1) Gecko/2007110904 Firefox/3.0b1
I want to develop an extension in firefox. I am new to extension
development and I am wondering how to implement my idea using firefox
extension. Say you are browsing a web page online, there are some
embedded links in that page, how can you get the url address of those
links when the user hovers over them or clicks over them. Is this
possible in firefox.
I am new in PFC. I need some help to select the correct method to extend.
I know that i can use the PFE layer directly or add a layer (PFD) between
the PFC and PFE layers.
Which are the advantages and disadvantages of each method?
Thanks and sorry by my english.
Ing. Dario Schmidt
Santa Fe - Argentina
Have a look at:
A very good article on extension strategies written by Boris Gasin.
Gregory R. George
Ascension Labs, LLC
What I want to do is:
Let's say I have 10 Windows with 10 datawindows, one datawindow for each
window. Five windows are going to have certain services and the rest five
would have some different services. A simple e.g. five windows could have
the sort service in drag-drop style while others could be in column header
click style. So what I think is I that I should create two types base
windows and datawindows(instead of overriding events and services now and
then) and from these two, I inherit the rest of the windows.
So how do I do this? What would be your way?
And if at a...extensions
How to find extension of different controls like checkboxlist?...Is there such extension?
I have used Thunderbird for about one year. Now, I have three mail
box, and subscribe two newsgroup, I nearly have 1G mail messages in
my local drive. Now, I want to move these old messages out of
thunderbird, and make a back up to some CDs. Is there such a extension
for thunderbird to move the messages out of it?
And also, some times, I want to save all messages of certain subject
from a newsgroup to some local files, is there such a extension ?
Thanks in advance!
On 25/02/2007 03:53 (CET), Bo Yang wrote:
> I have used Thunderbird for about one year. Now, I have three mail
&...How to keep a file installed by a extension when the extension is updated
Hi all, I have a Firefox extension that installs a TXT file in the
chrome directory, to store some statistics data about the usage of the
extension. Now I have improved the extension, and I have replaced the
TXT file with a RDF/XML file. The question is: can I keep that TXT
file in the update process and use it to populate the new RDF file
Any suggestion will be welcomed, thank you.
>Any suggestion will be welcomed, thank you.
I can't help with your specific case but I suggest placing such files
somewhere in the pro...Extension ?
Product: eBay Companion
Summary: Extension ?
Gute Idee - Aber wer installiert sich denn einen
kompletten Browser für so wenig zusätzliche
Vor allem, wenn die genauso auch als extension
verfügbar gemacht werden könnte ?
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; de; rv:220.127.116.11) Gecko/20070312 Firefox/18.104.22.168