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· Fixes an issue with the icons in the folder tree - with the advent of ff37, moz-icon:file// seems to have some weird problems (see: http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=2928599) so I'm now using the profile folder's icon in place of the individual folder's icon.
This may cause the more specialised folders to have the generic folder icon rather than their custom icon.
· Addresses the fact that, starting with FF36, all interfaces derived from nsIBoxObject no longer exist.
· Various styling changes that make things more cross-platform friendly.
· Adds support for unix style file systems.
The way the unix file system works is sufficiently different that it is impractical to construct the tree view that the Windows version uses, instead, non-Windows users get the standard file-picker dialog.
· Fixes an issue with the icon sizing on the Navigation Toolbar
This should speed up image transitions and remove any hint of image.onload's tendency to flicker on highly compressed or interlaced images.
· Replaces the use of the soon to be unsupported: -moz-border-radius CSS property with: border-radius.
Some new functionality has been added.
· The ability to advance the pictures automatically according to a chosen time delay.
· The ability to loop the slideshow instead of stopping at the end or start of the series of pictures..
· Some updates to the help text and tool tips.
This update mitigates these problems.
This update mitigates the memory problem that I have observed under later versions of Firefox and users should not see it accumulating more and more memory usage with each picture viewed.
· Removed contentaccessible=yes as unnecessary; recommended by amo-editors during the original full review.
· Added Event Handlers to avoid the 'on* attributes being set using setAttribute' warnings reported by the Add-on Validator.
The Add-on Validator now shows no errors and no warnings.