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You can use URL Dot alternative ;)
URL Dot does the same thing on FF3.5
Surfing with Dotcomplete is substantially superior to my experience after switching to FF3.5. Please make it compatible with the latest FF version
Yes, please: an update that works with Firefox 3.5 would be very welcome. Great product!
can you please update this to work with FF 3.5?
Please can you update it to Firefox 3.5. This is the best add-on there is.
Very good extension. Please update for 3.5. Unfortunately, this does not work. Or is there a good alternative?
dotComplete is dead. Use the URL Dot. https://addons.mozilla.org/cs/firefox/addon/13299
An alternative to dotCOMplete that works on FF 3.5 (need to force the compatibility though). Nice work. (thanks IdoMcFly)
Great app. Only downside is that Dennis usually takes forever to update it for new updates of Firefox :-(
Its very useful and fantastic app. Im waiting for compability for FF 3.5b99
I need this extension!!! I've tried to force compatibily with 3.5b4 unsuccessfuly =(
Great extension but does not work on ffx 3.5 beta 4 (I've forced the compatibilty)
A great extension. Highly reccomended.
Very useful but i cant choose which one come first. I tried to change the array but nothing happened.
Everytime .net comes first then .org and after .com
now i make more mistakes because when i click ctrl+enter name goes to .net.
is there any possibility to enter a prefix without getting a dot after it?
if i enter "www" as a prefix the result is "www.". is there a possibility to use the prefix www without that dot?
is there any possibility to have a Prefix without the dot after it? now it is
. and what i like is that:
. I dont know why there is always that dot!!?!
Very useful extension!
Thank you very much!
Followed ag7878 and rocugbg suggestions to no avail. I am using Vista 64bit Ultimate. Guess I will have to wait for the author to update.
My install.rdf was tried with 3.0, 3.0.*, 3.1 and 3.*. Still no results. The add-on install screen appears but it does not get installed.
Great tip ag7878 & rocugbg! works OK!
Compatibility for 3.0 please, ASAP!
I managed installing it on my FF3.
- I downloaded the .xpi file to my PC
- I changed the file extension to .zip
- Unzipped the file
- Edited the install.rdf file (using notepad)
- Changed the 'em:maxVersion=' to 3.1
- Saved the file
- Zipped all the files back
- Changed the file extension from .zip to .xpi
- Install the file
- Done :-)
compatibility for 3.0 please
This is how to get it to work in Firefox 3:
- Download the extension (Press first the link "Ignore version check")
- Rename it to dotcomplete-1.4.2-fx.xpi.zip
- Extract the the zip
- Open the file "install.rdf" in notepad
- Change where it says em:maxVersion=2.0.0.* to em:maxVersion=3.0.*
- Zip the whole directory again
- Rename the zip to dotcomplete-1.4.2-fx.xpi
- Drag and drop the xpi into the add-ons window and everything will work.
So far is the only one that keeps me moving to FF3, I really hope the author does an update to support FF3.
Highly recommended if you usually go to your own country domains, but still want to easily access the common ORG , COM and NET domains
There's no need to change the extension to zip anymore. Version 1.4.3 is perfectly working on 3.0. Great work! Thanks!