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Guide to Updating Extensions for Firefox PR/Thunderbird 0.8 Available

Wednesday August 18th, 2004

Ben Goodger writes: "Very soon now the update service for Extensions hosted by update.mozilla.org will be turned on, and we will increase the compatibility number for Extensions to 0.10 (the Firefox 1.0 Preview Release). When we do this, all installed Extensions installed with maxVersion set for Firefox to 0.9 and maxVersion set for Thunderbird to 0.7 will be disabled to prevent compatibility issues. If your extension or theme still works and has no compatibility problems with the nightly builds, please look at the guide for updating to 1.0PR (this also applies to Thunderbird 0.8) for information about how to get update.mozilla.org to contain the newer compatibility information. If your extension or theme is incompatible, the guide also has information on how to provide a newer XPI or JAR file. Finally, people not hosted by update.mozilla.org but who use the custom RDF update system should also check out the guide as it provides links that explain changes to the RDF format since 0.9."


#6 Re: Re: get userfriendly as well...

by andkon <andraskonya@hotmail.com>

Thursday August 19th, 2004 6:18 AM

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Are endusers (meaning most IE users) not downloading extensions because they don't need them or because they can't find them? From the top 5 extensions, 2 are developer only.

There's a problem with coordination. You say that it's done by volunteers. If they're having problems, why don't they ask for help?