|Gebruiker sinds||March 15, 2011|
|Aantal ontwikkelde add-ons||5 add-ons|
|Gemiddelde waardering van de add-ons van de ontwikkelaar||Waardering 4 van 5 sterren|
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Slide Show Viewer Vereist herstart
View images on your hard disk.
ssViewer is a slideshow viewer for images on your local storage. It allows you to navigate to any of your local folders and display each picture as a slideshow.
UK TV Guide and Search Vereist herstart
A comprehensive, and up to date, Guide and Search for hundreds of UK TV channels based on data from radiotimes.com
UK TV, and Radio, Guide and Search Vereist herstart
A comprehensive, and up to date, Guide and Search for hundreds of UK TV and Radio channels based on data from metabroadcast.com
See here: http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=48&t=2782481 for news on the availability of the new data feed.
XMLTV Guide and Search Vereist herstart
Import, View, and Search, XMLTV formatted files.
Waardering 5 van 5 sterren
Excellent add-on that has recently hit a couple of speed-bumps... two things have happened.
1) The Host File Server has changed from: http://imagehost-grabber.com/hostf.xml to: http://imagehost-grabber.eu/hostf.xml
2) With the automatic signing of AMO hosted add-ons (the .1-signed thing) the add-on was, in effect, reset to some really old version of hostf.xml
So, defunct Host File Server address and an old hostf.xml file. The solution is to manually change the Host File Server to the newer address. Under the ImageHost Grabber menu pick: 'Host File Editor' and click the: 'Modify hostf servers' button.
Use: 'Add Host File Server' to add: http://imagehost-grabber.eu/hostf.xml
Use: 'Delete Host File Server' to remove: http://imagehost-grabber.com/hostf.xml
Click: 'Update File' to confirm the changes.
Exit the Host File Servers panel.
Finally, click: 'Update from online Host File' to get the latest hostf.xml file.
There is some discussion here: http://imagehost-grabber.eu/index.php?topic=3217.0
There is a third thing. As these files are held within the add-on itself, making these changes 'breaks' the signing. So, at some point in the future the add-on will be flagged as being invalid. Only the add-on author will be able to fix this (and, indeed, will need to fix it for the add-on to work wherever it is hosted). The active versions of the two files: hostf_servers.xml, and hostf.xml, really need to be held inside the profile folder but outside of the add-on's extension folder.
There is some initial discussion of this here: http://imagehost-grabber.eu/index.php?topic=3099.0
Waardering 5 van 5 sterren
Thank goodness this is back. Thank you.Deze beoordeling betreft een eerdere versie van de add-on (1.0.0).