Simpleology Browser Add-on Version History

3 versions

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Version 1.2.4.1-signed.1-signed 142.2 kB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later

On top of previous Dream Catcher features we have added the following:

- "Save Page" option has been added to the right-click context menu allowing you to more quickly save a page's URL to your Dream Catcher for later "processing"

- "Save Image" option has been added to the right-click context menu allowing you to quickly save an image's URL to your Dream Catcher for later "processing"

- "BrowserBodyguard" functionality allowing you to block various web-sites when surfing (restricting your ability to mess about and waste time)

- "Surf Disrupter" functionality with various levels of disruption, always there to remind you that mindless surfing is a distraction

- "Options" dialog allowing you to toggle various features on or off at your discretion

Version 1.2.3.1-signed.1-signed 142.2 kB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later

On top of previous Dream Catcher features we have added the following:

- "Save Page" option has been added to the right-click context menu allowing you to more quickly save a page's URL to your Dream Catcher for later "processing"

- "Save Image" option has been added to the right-click context menu allowing you to quickly save an image's URL to your Dream Catcher for later "processing"

- "BrowserBodyguard" functionality allowing you to block various web-sites when surfing (restricting your ability to mess about and waste time)

- "Surf Disrupter" functionality with various levels of disruption, always there to remind you that mindless surfing is a distraction

- "Options" dialog allowing you to toggle various features on or off at your discretion

Version 1.0.7.1-signed.1-signed 82.2 kB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later

Update in support of converting synchronous XMLHttpRequests with asynchronous requests and more clearly outlining on the add-on description page that the Omnibox (optional) is installed as a Firefox Search Engine and may be enabled/disabled using the add-on's "Options".