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I see what's going on. That's cool-- if i could figure out, w/out reading a manual [as in most Moz add-on’s tend to be: intuitively operational], I'd give it a good rating. Presently, i'm disabling it. In other words, i don't believe it will be much use to me, so i shall not use it, until i have the necessary time to research the proper configuration. TIME-CONSUMER: ugh! I've got enough of those in my world.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.11).
This extension continues to work-- even with Aurora ... 12, or whatever is that current ver (not nightlies) -- however, with FF /stable/ (v.10.x, i believe currently, as of 2012-Feb), not unlike some early 3.x FF versions, regressing from v1.0.3 back to 1.0.2 solves the disappearance of primary option checkbox (i.e. Options > General > On-Startup-Show[homepage; session mgr; various options]), where H/page Randomizer would display [not verbatim] "Choose a home-page, at random, from list of multiple homepage [tabs] URLs". On regression from 1.03 to 1.02, even in FF v 10.0.1 Gko 8.0a2, this /trick/ is effective for restoring homepage randomizer func., for this User. Best regards. I aim to investigate the viability of forking this project. Any Advisory; commentary toward that regard is encouraged. (i.e. should i dip into this, as a first-ever XPI fiddlin' tune, or-- does it sound like crazy nonsense?) I just dig the extension, and i hate to see it go... i fear, it may as things more rapidly change. blah, blah... (diddly blah..., Homer!)This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Three cheers for another great Strat’, from the one and only Stratacastor! I see Patrick has remarked upon "Colorised Default", citing its experimental / developer-focused nature; alluding that we might not-- rather, should not-- expect to see any regular maintenance of “Colorized Default”, yet I've grown to favour it, regarding it more as perhaps the Stratacastor's most eloquent [especially, contrasting against similar] Strata, or "Default" variations on the Firefox “Default” theme-- for its attention to detail, matched with a subtlety. Few other designers seem to tame subtlety as well as Dempsy. I, for one, DO hope to see some maintenance here, however, I understand-- with the Stratacastor-- he's a busy man! :grin:
:cheers:, Pat! best wishes -- The Author, NoviceNotes.Net
Presumptuous abstract. Even having knowledge of a /Firefox-specific Add-on/ known as ScrapBook (i.e. ScrapBook is not included amongst available Seamonkey add-ons), how is it that anything is "obvious" here? I recommend the author revise his or her summary for the global audience (... or not).
I use Seamonkey 2.1, so I believe I'm familiar with the functionality (as the developer states). I merely want to praise the author-- for every time I'm offended by the absurd notion of a "recommended donation", as is remarkably pervasive at AMO-- I find it refreshing to see that he or she is true to the concept of free software (sparing ridiculous semantics). Perhaps it wasn't what the developer had in mind at all, in presenting a recommended method of "contribution", but it caught my eye so I decided to voice my opinion. It took less than ten years for this ideology to appear as a waning minority. Kudos, for /keepin' it real/.
I will lose you in my text, so i prepend this: http://yfrog.com/ngcapture4ap -- note the details of extensions.xul-- in tab context-- vs, tools > add-ons > blahblah...-------------Patrick J Dempsey is “the Stratincaster”! ( nickname, I coined for him in a private e-mail. For those of you who don't get it, check: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stratocaster ). Having dealt w/ FF since she was a wee babe (no, not FX, for clearly more global connotations), I've been no more satisfied, or excited over the efficacy and affect incited, not by “Awesome Ba*s”, but his ingenious utilization of space; form following function-- even to initiate comm. w/ Mr. Dempsey [his belief that i'm nuts, likely true, however inconsequential in the Grande Scheme] globally acknowledged connotations, but-- as usual-- i digress). Long live the Stratincaster!
Do you need more control over your "Browser-View", and its counterpart-- the server-side source-code, unadulterated by parsing-- to view the default text source, as it was when you originally authored it in Notepad, or Gedit?
Are you certain the source is made up of several different files, such as an index.php dependent upon include 'header.include.php', 'config.inc.php', etc.?
Have you ever wanted to view a web, source file-- as it appears /TO/ the browser, before she actually parses the code-- before your source is modified to her own ideals (removing anything she perceives as "junk", for your greater viewing pleasure of course)? ?
The Bottom line: If you work in HTTP-server-side scripting languages, you NEED this extension (which works in FF, SM, TB, and more)!
Seamonkey is a wonderful thing. xSidebar-- though, we might assume, decidedly not essential to Seamonkey, as suggested in another review-- it does allow for the installation of many other "addons" [AMO] in the 1.1 branch, which is a very nice enhancement. Seamonkey 2, however, does not depend upon xSidebar nearly as much for its compatibility with so many community developed extensions. The latest Seamonkey 2 is really getting so close to being what could be the first truly complete internet suite [albeit, still pre-release, as of this posting]: its usability seems to have made a big jump from even a few weeks ago-- very well done, considering the community driven development appears to be /truly/ community driven.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.5).
Hamilton: "You see that sign? What's it say?"
Spicoli, et al, unison: "No Shoes? No Shirt? No Dice!"
"that's right.", Hamilton quips pedantically, "Learn it. Know it. Live it"
And such is the way of MTLI, ye merry gentlescrubs-- 'cept-- only different i suppose. 'Suppose the thing might want for prerequisite-- that you've got to be a little bit nuts to appreciate the tomfoolery-- but all the same-- the "Toolkit" is indeed, "totally awesome". I admit, I simply could not help myself to share with you this private reflection.
In other words....
It's as cool as having Van Halen playing your birthday party-- or bitchin' as those times you've been off to hang with Mick, n' the Stones?
And when you come across something, perhaps new to you, and find yourself taking it in like some tasty waves, and a cool buzz-- you might thank Mr Tech aloud to yourself, crying "Awesome. Totally Awesome!! Alright Reyes!", and no longer will you wait an extra 20 seconds for your browser to boot, and you'll realize the true pleasure of Surfin', dude-- putting away the Fire' for a while, groovin' on a stoney cool chill with Jimi, and the Seamonkey Experience (SM 2.0).... uh, let me prove it to ya....
::invert reel on feedback fade, hit play, bounce to production mix as 'reverse feed' fades 'back' in...::
But first, are you experienced?
Not working with FF3? Problems since 1.0.3?
To 'get back' your Homepage Randomizer
* Mr Tech Toolkit [aka. Local Install ] > Misc. > XPI Install Opts. > Uncheck 'Enable Compt. Chkg'
* Uninstall hpr 1.0.3
* Install hpr 1.0.2
* Exit FF3 App completely
* modify prefs.js line of profile containing HPR, like so:
* Launch FF3
Why did i not vote a 5 here?
ONLY because i am famous for counting my chickens, before they hatch.
I can say, without doubt, that the general web usability is far less diminished using 'QuckJava' than with NoScript.
If, however, you are looking for someone to 'hold your hand', and tell you where to beware of the code 2 kill you, then go with NoScript.
This is more like noscript for the tech heads. Dig?
One of the Add-ons I always install on Seamonkey for enhanced viewing of syndicated content like RSS, Atom, XML, etc. It also makes a nice complement to Firefox.
Definitely dig'n this addon. Too bad the people over at Flock didn't borrow more from 'My Portal' when they were conceptualizing / developing their 'My World' feature.
Oh, to have one's cake and eat it too.
It will take some time to master the extensive functionality of this amazing addition to the Gecko family, but... my first thought was O! M! G!!
Check it out. You have to at least check it out.
My favourite feature of DL Statusbar is the automatic virus scan option. All too often, I forget to scan documents I've downloaded from random web sites-- It's great to know that DL.Sbar has me covered!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.9.5.1).
Unlike IE View (std.), IE View Lite will install on Netscape Navigator 9 (i.e. the "new one").
For those of you who prefer the real Application to the IE Tab option, this is your answer for Navigator 9!
Rock n roll, mr/ms developer person sir / ma'am!
For anyone out there who is partial to Opera because of the built-in mail client-- you may be persuaded to go the Mozilla route-- or at least check it out for a while by using the combo of T-bird and Thunderbrowse.
THIS is what Mozilla should consider as a new release! (modified, and built around Firefox of course-- having Tbird integrated. Get a little inspiration, and borrowed intuition from Tbird w/ Thunderbrowse, boys and girls, and rock on!! C'mon, you can do it!
lookin' forward to that "Back to Work" alarm!
thanks for the work. it's a nice little practical, unobtrusive addon, surely to be missed if not there-- yet, difficult to name it a "must-have". i suppose if i weren't a bum, and actually had a 9-5 schedule, it would be gain the "must-have" status in my book. ;-)