- by selligz, 5 years agoRated 5 out of 5I became a fan at first use but it stopped working! Tried to update - no success (I have FF 52.04 64 bits + OSDS 2.13.9).
Really hope it'll wake up...
EDIT: now, with FF 53.0.3, OSDS 2.14.5 works perfectly again… :-)
EDIT2 (nov 2018): Now I notice that FF Quantum correctly takes into account XSL style sheet when displaying XML documents ONLY IF OSDS is NOT active. With OSDS active, the XML tree is shown without XSL style rendering (try http://gja.frndz.pagesperso-orange.fr/technik/xsl_tuto/monXML.xml - an example in my page on XML/XSL/PHP transform). Is there any setting to avoid this while keeping OSDS active?
Developer responseposted 5 years agoI see the same issue with FF 52.0 64bit with the OSDS 2.13.9 version available from the Mozilla Add-on site ... we submitted an OSDS 2.14.5 version for release, which is awaiting review release by the AMO team, and this does work with FF 52.0 64bit ... so you would have to wait for it to be released ... or we have a standalone version that can be installed from http://osds.openlinksw.com/#DownloadFirefox
- by Firefox user 12793681, 5 years agoRated 5 out of 5This Firefox add-on shows semantic details present in a that generally go unseen by users.
This add-on allows me to utilize notations embedded into documents that containing structured data much like a browser or web-crawler would; without having to open another browser tab.
A must-have for anybody serious about the Web and its future.
- by kidehen, 5 years agoRated 5 out of 5Provides a powerful addition to Firefox that reveals the otherwise hidden benefits offered by a Semantic Web. For instance, I can see how Microdata, RDFa, JSON-LD, RDF-Turtle, and POSH amount to a variety of notations for embedding structured data in pages which make them easier to understand by modern agents (browsers, crawlers, smart agents).