Mozilla’s AMO editors don’t appear to have reviewed any uploaded Firefox Add-Ons in about two weeks
IT HAS ARRIVED! Get it here.
All of my old userscripts (plus MANY new features) have been improved and incorporated into new extensions/add-ons for Chrome, Firefox and Safari.
Firefox users will have to wait for the release of Firefox 4 to install Missing e. You can download the most recent release candidate for the new Firefox 4 here.
- Tumblr - Photo Replies Always
- Tumblr - Upload Photo button for all posts
- Tumblr Bookmarker
- Tumblr Dash Links To Tabs
- Tumblr Follow Checkr
- Tumblr Goto Dash Post
- Tumblr Post Crushes
- Tumblr Reblog Blockquote Fit
- Tumblr Reblog Yourself
- Tumblr Reply Replies
- Tumblr SafeDash
- Tumblr Timestamps
- Tumblr Unfollowr
Download Missing e at missinge.infraware.ca
If you enjoy this extension, please consider donating to support future development.
I’m FINALLY done (I hope). Please enjoy and reblog!
I am supremely fed up converting my framework for Missing e to function in the XUL setup of Firefox.
So, I’m going to hold off releasing on Firefox until version 4 comes out. I will develop it with Firefox 4 beta 12 and Firefox 4 RC1 (when it’s out, tomorrow I think) and Jetpack, so it should be ready when Firefox 4 finally comes out.
Sorry, Firefox people (of which I am one).
Chrome and Safari users should be excited to see Missing e released on the weekend (barring any major bugs).
Unless anyone knows of an easy way to convert a Chrome extension to a Firefox Add-on….
Why, oh why is Firefox’s extension interface full of XUL and random crap?
Porting Missing e from Chrome to Safari was like a million times easier. No joke. A million. Possibly even more.
Anyone know where I can find some good Firefox extension development documentation?