log2stas LiveJournal Add-on Version History

8 versions

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Version 1.098 70.4 KB Works with Firefox 1.5 and later, SeaMonkey 2.0 and later

It fixes a bug in preferences

Version 1.097 70.3 KB Works with Firefox 1.5 and later, SeaMonkey 2.0 and later

- Adjusted LJ-cut feature to new LiveJournal styling

Version 1.096 67.0 KB Works with Firefox 1.5 and later, SeaMonkey 2.0 and later

LiveJournal developers spend sleepless nights implementing new styles for new/edit post pages. I am just trying to catch up with this folk to accommodate this addon to whatever new editor's styles these guys have recently designed.

Version 1.095 66.6 KB Works with Firefox 1.5 and later, SeaMonkey 2.0 and later

Attempt to add a configuration. It will control comments should be expanded automatically

Version 1.093 64.5 KB Works with Firefox 1.5 and later

Bug fixing

Version 1.081 45.1 KB Works with Firefox 1.5 and later

- Compatible with Firefox 8.*.
- A new "Expand all threads" feature was introduced. It lets clients to expand comments for all threads available in a discussion. Imagine a big discussion that has a lot of threads where comments are collapsed by the default settings. If you install the add-on and than chose "Expand all threads" in the context menu then after a small delay all comments would become visible.

Version 1.043 44.0 KB Works with Firefox 1.5 and later

This version adds a support for LJ-Cut construction. Just select text in an LJ editor and chose "Hide with lj-cut" in the right-click menu. Text that you selected will be surrounded with lj-cut elements. To read about lj-cut go to the LiveJournal documentation

http://www.livejournal.com/support/faqbrowse.bml?faqid=75

Version 1.037 44.0 KB Works with Firefox 1.5 and later

Source code became more clean. Theoretically if one day API become available this plugin can be ported to Google Chrome or Opera. For now these browsers do not allow any plugin to manipulate externally opened tabs. So only Firefox can let plugin handle tab operations.