Makes HTTP(S) directories more functional - always sortable for example. Files all have the correct icons, and the directories all look like FTP directories i.e. much better.
A user-friendly and fully customisable system determines whether a page is a directory (and should be targeted for improvement) or not. Using (optional) right click menu entries, or through the tools menu, you can define any page as a directory, though the automatic scanner will pick up on most. Likewise, if any page is being incorrectly rendered as a directory when it is not, a few clicks will declare it to be not a directory and it will never be affected again.
An example of what it does can be found at: http://dev.novemberborn.net/sifr3/nightlies/
and many others, styling them to look like this: http://mozillalinks.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2008/05/ff3_ftp.png
Only tested on default theme; possible that others cause some problems. It uses the ultra-safe Greasemonkey script injector, but does not require Greasemonkey itself.
Unlike other developers, I do read all the comments posted here on the Mozilla site.
- applies CSS to make the page look better.
- gives each entry an icon, taken from Firefox chrome.
- puts a proper "Go up" link at the top of the page.
- attempts to apply a favicon if one doesn't exist.
- shortens long filenames intelligently.
User Interface Features:
- Quick global enable/disable through Tools menu
- Multiple customisable options
- Choose your preferred date format (defaults based on your locale!)
- Optional Easy-Add right click menu entries to quickly define a page as a directory, or not a directory.