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- Added an option for not deleting finished executable files. Add the boolean extensions.openDownload2.deleteFinished to your about:config and set it to true if you want OpenDownload² to behave.
- Code cleanup.
* The .idl file for the listener typelib was missing for some time. Fixed.
* Added Electrolysis compatibility.
* Pale Moon which has been forked from Firefox lately is supposedly supported properly now (thanks, Square Fractal).
* OpenDownload² has finally got a new (but similarly looking) Python-powered website. Enjoy.
- I removed support for Gecko versions prior than 14.0. As OpenDownload² has been "feature-complete" for a while now, older versions won't need any further updates just to use the "Run" button anyway. (Given that Firefox 14.0 shouldn't be widely spread anymore; even most Linux distributions should already have a newer version.) This change allowed me to finally drop a lot of old, badly implemented code which I subsequently did. Yay!
- Under certain circumstances the cleanup routine could throw exceptions where it didn't necessarily have to. Fixed.
- Wrapped the language variables into objects.
- Support for recent SeaMonkey versions adequately fixed (thanks, mike).
- OpenDownload² had the habit to download everything twice. Accidentally fixed it while tracking down a Pale Moon issue.
- Added locale(s): ru-RU (thanks, Iain Roberts!).
* added locale: zh-TW by Chris Chan
* using osfile.jsm for guessing the temporary directory now
Random note: I had to rewrite large code parts again just to restore compatibility with the new API which completely dropped the "old" download queue just for the sake of it. This could or could not have broken compatibility with different platforms than MS Windows. Please report any occurring issues on mozillaZine. Thank you!
- OpenDownload² is now licensed under the 2-clause BSD license.
- the "Run" button is not added if the file is a ZIP file or a similar "pseudo-executable" file (there's the "Open with default application" radio button instead)
- OpenDownload² has an icon now. Please worship it.
* partially reverted code changes in 3.4.0 (broke the actual launching of files on *ix systems)