Moonraker wrote: gepus wrote:
Moonraker wrote:I have never said i wanted things on a silver platter,...
You've suggested that somebody should check 16K extensions written for Firefox if they also work with Pale Moon and recheck as often as Pale Moon will make some changes to its code.
This is naive at best and dumb at worst.
As for the need of an alphabetical list which you are suggesting - how would it be of any convenience for you?
You have the convenient option to search for extensions instead of going through 16K extensions in alphabetical order.
So yet another naive at best and dumb at worst suggestion.
its a perfectly reasonable thing to expect.Do you seriously expect people to trawl through the archive and then discover the extension may not work..?
Of course people expect the extension to work in palemoon and if it doesnt then your just wasting people's time.
maybe it's a sign of things to come as the divergence continues.
i hate the word entitled and generally never use it to describe anyone, but if this post right here isn't the textbook definition of entitled behavior then i don't know what is.
have you ever browsed the old AMO, tried to install an addon to see that it doesn't work, then file a complaint to Mozilla for wasting your time by not marking it Pale Moon compatible? obviously not because you have a functional brain, or so i like to think.
now this fantastic addon by justoff is an EXACT archive of that old AMO. nowhere did he claim that the addons will definitely work with Pale Moon. you talk about 'people' expecting the extensions to work in Pale Moon? speak for yourself. i for one understand perfectly that, just like the old AMO itself (because that's what this archive is, only in the form of an extension), compatibility is NOT guaranteed and the end user has to actually try to install it to see if it works - just like how it would be done in the past.
once again, this excellent extension is a REPLICA of the old AMO site and does not promise any wizardry when it comes to PM compatibility of the archived extensions. i've no clue how you arrived to the conclusion that it should support this or that and, then start asking for inane 'features' to be implemented that benefit nobody but yourself. Tobin has every right to be flabbergasted by your idiotic request, but gepus put it most succinctly when he said you know nothing.