- by Alexander Astafiev, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5This addon is the only markdown reader. But at now it's not working at all - I use Manjaro 17.1.12 Hakoila, Firefox 62 and I don't even see a button on the panel. I tried creating a new profile, same thing.
- by Firefox user 10278752, 4 years agoRated 3 out of 5Encoding is not UTF-8This is the most common user issue on the project in GitHub. I've now explained in the README file why a BOM is important and supplied workarounds, including setting intl.charset.fallback.utf8_for_file to true, which tells Firefox to assume UTF-8 for local files. You the user have to do this step; the add-on has no way to configure settings. Fortunately, it's really very very easy!
- by Nobitz, 4 years agoRated 3 out of 5Not working with this URL: https://gist.githubusercontent.com/anonymous/6033c7fcb0caf7de6f0eec4637e79756/raw/71a19f13314e0e4af8c0913dd7131465b5910488/ja_en.md
And, it chooses wrong encoding system for Japanese characters. You can also reproduce it with above markdown file.Your site gist.githubusercontent.com replies with a CORS header Access-Control-Allow-Origin. Firefox therefore refuses to inject the add-ons scripts into the page, so your markdown never gets rewritten/beatified. If you save the file locally and view that in the browser, it should convert. But since your file is UTF-8 with no BOM, you will need to configure intl.charset.fallback.utf8_for_file to true. Please see the project README file for more details.
- by Kelvin Chin, 4 years agoRated 3 out of 5It is a nice and quick add-on, but the only limitation is it looks like not well support non english charater unless encode under utf-8 with bomThank you for the review! There are now solutions for this. Please try the latest version and check out the README file. It explains how to configure a setting which supports local UTF-8 files with no BOM.