|User since||February 26, 2013|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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works great for xfce Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I thought dispite the warning, that I'd give it a try in xfce... and it works great! I have to wonder if the developer simply wants to promote the use of gnome3... Dear Developer.... I love gnome, I've been a hard-core gnome supporter since the project began, however my system is too old and week to support gnome3, and I need some of the modern fetures, so I don't have a choise but to use a ligher weight DE... hence xfce... please don't go trying to lock it out for people like me.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3.1-signed.1-signed).
FireFox 19 + Note on PHP Functionality Rated 5 out of 5 stars
It is not available for Firefox19... is a new version coming for Firefox 19? Also about PHP, yes it would be nice but it would be quite tricky, as PHP is invisible to the browser... it's a server side tool, not client side... so if it doesn't come, don't be too disappointed, though I think maybe it could be done... it would have to check if the IP address is localhost if not check the localhosts' IP address and check it against the numerical IP address in the URL bar, if there is a match then it would have to check the path from the www folder(or equivalent depending on OS and Server software ie. Apache vs. Cherokee) ... then follow that path to pick up the applicable PHP file, then scan that file for includes of other PHP files (recursively) and inject all applicable code only then could it render a usable PHP file for editing... the includes could be left out but then you'd have to not need to edit those on the fly... also, there is the issue of permissions... would you're browser have permissions to directly access and edit you're PHP files?... So if PHP functionality never happens for this Firefox Add-On, just understand how near impossible it would be to implement and make work on most setups... and don't be too upset about it.