WordPress.com Extension Version History

8 versions

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Version 2.1-signed.1-signed 78.7 kB Works with Firefox 20.0 and later

* When new notifications are available, simply add a "new" indicator to the toolbar button, instead of a total unread count.
* Using a new wordpress.com-hosted notifications iframe instead of manually building a custom notifications list in the popup.
* Retina support for the toolbar icon.
* Removed all third-party libraries

Version 167.4 kB Works with Firefox 19.0 and later

* Bugfix to ensure that notifications are marked as read after being viewed.

Version 167.7 kB Works with Firefox 9.0 and later

Fixed automatic addition of the extension's toolbar button.

Version 167.8 kB Works with Firefox 9.0 and later

Updated to address security concerns and to include the latest follow and notifications code from WordPress.com.

Version 165.7 kB Works with Firefox 9.0 and later

* Fixed bug that threw exception when no notifications were available
* Passing remote HTML through parseFragment before displaying

Version 116.1 kB Works with Firefox 9.0 and later

* Fixed bug causing references to the extension to remain after the extension was uninstalled.

Version 116.2 kB Works with Firefox 9.0 and later

In response to Kris's review of 1.0.1, I made these changes:

* Removed DOM mutation events
* Rewrote script fragments that included unsanitized string data
* Fixed bug preventing users from moving or removing the toolbar button
* Fixed non-namespaced DOM node IDs
* Fixed a number of references that were not cleaned up when the add-on was disabled; however, there is still at least one (according to about:memory) that remains after the extension is disabled. I spent all day trying to chase it down with the help of #extdev, but I wasn't able to completely eliminate it. John-Galt thought that it might be a Firefox bug, but I'm completely open to any feedback on that front.

Version 115.7 kB Works with Firefox 9.0 and later

* When a user clicks "Follow" or "Unfollow" in the extension while on a WordPress.com page that also has a "Follow" or "Unfollow" button inside the content, the button in the content is updated as well to reflect the new subscription status.