True, several lines have not been translated. :)
Yeah, I messed up, uploading another version.
Will the update soon? Already can not wait!
It's been approved
For example, I have Stylish style for http;//example.com site. How I can modify my file in my preferred text editor? I don't want to create new style.
(And I don't find bugtracker for your addon.)
+ I set my text editor — http://i.imgur.com/Jnn7Hj1.png
+ I begin to edit my style → I don't find item for open file in external editor → http://i.imgur.com/EyY5XFm.png
Is it possible to realize behavior like in Greasemonkey? I open file in external editor → I edit and save file → I can to see my changes — http://i.imgur.com/yehC6Bn.png
Thanks, now all works for me!
You should be seeing changes as soon as you save the external file?
I've been working on 0.8.8, you can try and see if it helps
The ID/Name is different so be aware; you'll need to disable the release version.
Edit: when you're in the style edit dialog; you'll need to manually add the external editor button (it's global for all styles once you add it)
rightclick and goto customize
Was using "Stylish Editor Modified 48.0.4" but there is no search and the addons is not on AMO.
So you're addon will be a real keeper and time saver for me especially with E10
Thanks for the review
With FF 43 & Stylish 1.4, editor lost codemirror abilities and becomes just a plain text editor. But idea & features are great.
this isn't tested/supported on Stylish v1.4, only v2.0.6 and up
when install the two xpi ,goto usersyle,click" install stylish" ,then install alert "preview/ install/edit/cancle" click install and actually it isnt installed ,you two can fix it,please?
Yes, I'll fix it
Edit: I should have replied sooner, but I cannot reproduce your issue.
All three buttons work fine on Firefox v35 with Stylish-Custom v0.8.4 and Stylish v2.0.6.
"preview/ install/edit/cancle" probably means you aren't using the correct version of something.
Edit2: Ohhh I've never tested SC with SEM, doubt they would work together well, and you probably shouldn't use them together. Of course it's up to you.