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I'm using Firefox 47 and nothing works. This is the best add on there is. Can you update it? Thanks
Thanks for a wonderful add-on.
After updating Firefox to version 46.0b the add-on stopped working.
When downgrading Firefox to version 45 - everything works fine.
Any idea why?
I have work with this add on before, and I would love if an update would happen for one of the latest Firefox. I hope to see it sometime soon :)
This is good product doing what it is supposed to do. In Firefox 5 it has couple bugs with the Headings showing in wrong places, but I mainly use it to send the pages to the Validator. One bad thing about this product is that every time Firefox has new update, this add on gets disabled and then it's weeks before new version is created that works with new version of Firefox. Now that Firefox has very rapid release schedule of major versions, I can't update it right away and need to wait for this add-on's new version. I suggest the team reworks their code so that this tool migrates to new versions of Firefox right away or at least start working on new version when the beta of new Firefox version is released. Firefox 6 was released last week, but this add on is still not updated to work with it. Firefox 7 is coming in a month and the beta is already available, so I see no reason why the new version can't be made available a day or two after it releases.
Great add-on. Very useful for testing internal application.
As MoniqueB wrote this and other Add-on too are not able to follow version changes in a reasonable time. Would be even worse in the future when the main version number changes every three month.But we could avoid problems with this by installing https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/add-on-compatibility-reporter/?src=api, well not in all cases but in most.
I appreciate this tool which I use every day. And I really regret that the compatibility with the common version of Firefox does not follow the updatings of the navigator nearly
I am a web developer trying to meet 508 accessibility requirements for a project. This tool has given me numerous false positives and caused me hours of unnecessary work trying to fix nonexistent 508 compliance issues. I should have tried using another tool a long time ago. The Wave toolbar found here: http://wave.webaim.org/?lang=en seems to do a much better job. http://code.google.com/p/accessext/issues/list
There seem to be other issues as well but I think the project may have been abandoned as an issue from Oct 20, 2010 still hasn't been addressed or responded to.
Bug: Claims "Each page must have a lang attribute on its html element..." and so fails the correctly formatted xml:lang attribute (lang has been superceded by xml:lang in XHTML 1.1)
"Support web developers and people with disabilities"
This is clearly NOT meant for people with disabilities. I tried this addon and wasted my 10 minutes trying to find anything useful.
And for developers there are many other tools.
1.5.57 breaks FF on my Mac. When I press the tab button at the beginning of a page a lot of the text is highlighted as if I had pressed select all.
I realise that this is a bug and I should report it to support but I followed the relevant link and I could not find any way of contacting support.
I will look at this page again in a week to see if anyone has responded to this note. If not I will not be able to use the add-on whcih would be a shame.
One Comment: Bug in Navigation > Title
H1 must exactly match the page title to pass. Partial matches fail.
As a webpage developer, this tool is an easy way for me to evaluate my sites for functionality. It is a valuable resource in evaluating the functional accessibility of sites as well. Highly recommend it.
I assess web sites on campus for accessibility and code compliance, my job would be a lot tougher without this handy tool bar. There's no quicker way to show web site developers what happens to their site when you turn images off or disable their table markup. Excellent tool and I'm glad to see further development on it.