Web extensions and XUL

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Frasier
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Re: Web extensions and XUL

Post by Frasier » 2019-01-21, 07:45

Nigaikaze wrote:
GigaWatt wrote:That's one hell of way to look at the user base :wtf:...
Just speaking from experience, cuz I've already seen it happen way too many times.
Off-topic:
Yup, us villagers can be a crabby bunch. :evil:

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Re: Web extensions and XUL

Post by Moonchild » 2019-01-21, 10:14

Nigaikaze wrote:
Moonchild wrote:Well, let's make a clear decision then on this 20th day in the new year: Issue #936 (UXP).
If y'all are going to follow through on this, it might be helpful to post a notice in the Basilisk forum, to give a heads up to the casual Basilisk users that don't read this section and don't look at GitHub issues.
If any villagers are going to raise up torches and pitchforks, better to get that over with sooner rather than later. ;)
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Re: Web extensions and XUL

Post by GigaWatt » 2019-01-21, 10:48

coffeebreak wrote:I found all seven of your extensions in CAA, and all but one (Download Manager S3) on the LegacyCollector site.
Sorry, you're right. I might have searched some of them before I installed CAA. My mistake ;).

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Re: Web extensions and XUL

Post by Nigaikaze » 2019-01-21, 18:09

Moonchild wrote:viewtopic.php?f=61&t=21298
Yep, saw that. Thanks. Love the image you picked. :thumbup:
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