Linked by Olier Raby on Mon 25th Jun 2007 23:48 UTC
General Development Firefox add-ons, or extensions, are small programs that run inside the browser in order to customize some behaviors. In theory, it is possible to develop and maintain a multilingual, multiversion and multiOS Firefox add-on. In practice, there are many obstacles to overcome in order to create and to maintain a working Firefox add-on in one language for one Firefox version and for one OS.
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Try making UserJS
by Auxx on Tue 26th Jun 2007 07:55 UTC
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I suggest author to try creating UserJS for Opera browser with almost same functionality and feel the difference - UserJS are way easier!

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RE: Try making UserJS
by KLU9 on Tue 26th Jun 2007 16:10 in reply to "Try making UserJS"
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UserJS came to my mind as well.

Has anyone done an in-depth comparison of capabilities between extensions in Firefox & UserJS in Opera?

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RE[2]: Try making UserJS
by Spellcheck on Tue 26th Jun 2007 21:58 in reply to "RE: Try making UserJS"
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That depends on what you're doing.

I read the first few paragraphs here, and the author could have saved himself much trouble by writing a user script -- everything he needed is possible, and most features would be cross-compatible with Opera and Greasemonkey.

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RE: Try making UserJS
by Weekedit on Thu 28th Jun 2007 11:23 in reply to "Try making UserJS"
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Since my time is not infinitely stretchable, I do not expect to use UserJS. Thanks for the suggestion.

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