Link for the FF add-ons legacy collection

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Link for the FF add-ons legacy collection

Post by JK9977 » 2019-05-10, 09:48

Please add a link to addons.palemoon.org to point to the Firefox legacy collection site:

https://legacycollector.org/firefox-addons/

The legacy collection has hundreds of lovely FF add-ons.

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Re: Link for the FF add-ons legacy collection

Post by New Tobin Paradigm » 2019-05-10, 10:32

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Re: Link for the FF add-ons legacy collection

Post by Moonraker » 2019-05-10, 12:45

JK9977 wrote:
2019-05-10, 09:48
Please add a link to addons.palemoon.org to point to the Firefox legacy collection site:

https://legacycollector.org/firefox-addons/

The legacy collection has hundreds of lovely FF add-ons.
Why don't you just bookmark the link..?.One click and hey presto your there.I see no reason for palemoon integration.
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Re: Link for the FF add-ons legacy collection

Post by Moonchild » 2019-05-10, 14:13

The add-ons listed there are Firefox add-ons, not Pale Moon add-ons, and no relation to Pale Moon's project with the exception that Pale Moon can run a good number of them out of the box.
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Re: Link for the FF add-ons legacy collection

Post by JK9977 » 2019-05-10, 16:19

Moonraker wrote:
2019-05-10, 12:45
JK9977 wrote:
2019-05-10, 09:48
Please add a link to addons.palemoon.org to point to the Firefox legacy collection site:

https://legacycollector.org/firefox-addons/

The legacy collection has hundreds of lovely FF add-ons.
Why don't you just bookmark the link..?.One click and hey presto your there.I see no reason for palemoon integration.
Duh - it's so other people have the link too.

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Re: Link for the FF add-ons legacy collection

Post by JK9977 » 2019-05-10, 16:20

Moonchild wrote:
2019-05-10, 14:13
The add-ons listed there are Firefox add-ons, not Pale Moon add-ons, and no relation to Pale Moon's project with the exception that Pale Moon can run a good number of them out of the box.
"Pale Moon can run a good number of them out of the box"

You got it.

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Re: Link for the FF add-ons legacy collection

Post by New Tobin Paradigm » 2019-05-10, 16:22

LC has SOME Firefox Extensions.. Classic Add-ons Archive has about all of them and with most if not all the expected metadata associated with including stuff that hasn't seen AMO since 2014.

One is a flat webpage and the other is a complete service of an archive. Which do you choose?
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Re: Link for the FF add-ons legacy collection

Post by Moonchild » 2019-05-11, 00:48

I'd say diversity is key. Having the flat website next to CAA available isn't hurting anything.
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Re: Link for the FF add-ons legacy collection

Post by coffeebreak » 2019-05-11, 02:11

@JK9977, You might be interested in a userscript written by a forum member, firefoxed, that does pretty much what you're asking for. Instructions/script are in this thread, with the most recent version of the script in what is currently the next-to-last post.

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Re: Link for the FF add-ons legacy collection

Post by Nightbird » 2019-05-11, 11:05

New Tobin Paradigm wrote:
2019-05-10, 16:22
LC has SOME Firefox Extensions.. Classic Add-ons Archive has about all of them and with most if not all the expected metadata associated with including stuff that hasn't seen AMO since 2014.

One is a flat webpage and the other is a complete service of an archive. Which do you choose?
If I can have both I choose both.
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Re: Link for the FF add-ons legacy collection

Post by Lexx Diamond » 2019-06-25, 12:26

Thanks for posting.

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