Re: feature request

Per the FAQ, Epiphany does *not* support firefox extensions.




On Sat, 2005-07-02 at 17:53, guenther wrote:
> On Thu, 2005-06-16 at 17:49 +0100, Stylianos Papanastasiou wrote:
> > One of the most useful firefox extensions which I sorely miss on
> > epiphany is hit-a-hint
> >
> [...]
> > It is possible to try and add the extension in epiphany (v1.7.1 with
> > firefox 1.0.2 - Fedora Core 3) using the about:config entry to enable
> > the xpinstall but it doesn't work properly. In particular, it installs
> > ok, but then pressing space or comma (to enable the hint mode)
> > produces nothing; space scrolls down the page as usual and coma does
> > nothing.
> This does not sound like a feature request but a bug report to me.
> If any XPI extension is supposed to be supported by browsers using Gecko
> (like Epiphany) but it does not work, it's a bug in that browser. So
> please feel free to file a bug report in
> GARNOME is a GNOME distribution, it's not our duty to fix any bug in
> apps shipping with GARNOME.
> That said, I don't think we should even ship that extension, if it would
> just work. Adding extensions by default again is the apps (and its
> maintainers) duty/decision. Even more, if the extension can be installed
> by a user without rebuilding anything.
> > Anyway I thought it might make a fine addition to epiphany if someone
> > would be interested to pick it up and add it as an epiphany extension.
> [...]
> Please talk to the Epiphany developers about adding features to
> Epiphany.
> ...guenther
> -- 
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