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Add support to Firefox 57 #269

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peylight opened this Issue Oct 29, 2017 · 13 comments

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peylight commented Oct 29, 2017

Your DownThemAll! and Browser Version and Language and Operating System

Firefox 57 Developer Edition
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Windows 10

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Support this version

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Not support this version

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regs01 Nov 15, 2017

Making WebExtension for Chrome and Edge would be a good lesson for mozilla

regs01 commented Nov 15, 2017

Making WebExtension for Chrome and Edge would be a good lesson for mozilla

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josephj11 Nov 16, 2017

I want it for Vivaldi (based on Chromium)!

Firefox has consistently broken features I loved ever since version 4. Vivaldi is the opposite!
Sometimes when they add a new feature I wanted, it's actually better than what I wanted.

Right now, I can wait a little bit for DTA because Flashgot, which I use to trigger DTA, is broken too!

Flashgot/DTA is almost the only reason I still use Firefox. That combination is light years ahead of any similar software that I'm aware of.

josephj11 commented Nov 16, 2017

I want it for Vivaldi (based on Chromium)!

Firefox has consistently broken features I loved ever since version 4. Vivaldi is the opposite!
Sometimes when they add a new feature I wanted, it's actually better than what I wanted.

Right now, I can wait a little bit for DTA because Flashgot, which I use to trigger DTA, is broken too!

Flashgot/DTA is almost the only reason I still use Firefox. That combination is light years ahead of any similar software that I'm aware of.

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Timi7007 commented Nov 16, 2017

Just to keep this updated: http://www.downthemall.net/delays/

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EMBBlaster Nov 24, 2017

Should be closed as duplicate of issue #240.

EMBBlaster commented Nov 24, 2017

Should be closed as duplicate of issue #240.

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rhadamanthe Nov 30, 2017

Hi.

Does anyone know where is located the source code for DTA lite? I have not seen any branch here.
I have started to work on a web extension in replacement of Image Host Grabber. And Firefox's new download API is so limited that I would like to give a hand on DTA. The idea would be to make a greater download API (with resume, queue persistence, etc) that other web extensions might use too.

rhadamanthe commented Nov 30, 2017

Hi.

Does anyone know where is located the source code for DTA lite? I have not seen any branch here.
I have started to work on a web extension in replacement of Image Host Grabber. And Firefox's new download API is so limited that I would like to give a hand on DTA. The idea would be to make a greater download API (with resume, queue persistence, etc) that other web extensions might use too.

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bperel Dec 15, 2017

I would be interested to know where the source code of DTA lite is as well, even if it isn't stable yet

bperel commented Dec 15, 2017

I would be interested to know where the source code of DTA lite is as well, even if it isn't stable yet

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xdhmoore Feb 27, 2018

I would as well.

xdhmoore commented Feb 27, 2018

I would as well.

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Xmetalfanx Mar 1, 2018

I think (I have no idea the roadmap for this but it is on Github) using Waterfox for now if you can is the way to go with the original extension.

I may have said it already and forgot but (@ the original dev) I think that so many people appreciate and love the project that even if you "no longer want" to develop the extension, there may be talented people out there that could (even if 100% incomplete ATM with DTA lite) pick up the project and maybe get your "blessing" to "take over" DTA where its not "all on you". ... or at least where you are 100% still in "charge" of DTA but they can contribute with PR's and such to chip-in on the effort.

Xmetalfanx commented Mar 1, 2018

I think (I have no idea the roadmap for this but it is on Github) using Waterfox for now if you can is the way to go with the original extension.

I may have said it already and forgot but (@ the original dev) I think that so many people appreciate and love the project that even if you "no longer want" to develop the extension, there may be talented people out there that could (even if 100% incomplete ATM with DTA lite) pick up the project and maybe get your "blessing" to "take over" DTA where its not "all on you". ... or at least where you are 100% still in "charge" of DTA but they can contribute with PR's and such to chip-in on the effort.

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MartinX3 Mar 2, 2018

Basilisk Browser (Palemoon on Firefox v52 Base) is a solution.

MartinX3 commented Mar 2, 2018

Basilisk Browser (Palemoon on Firefox v52 Base) is a solution.

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GianniGi May 20, 2018

I hope that this comes soon...

GianniGi commented May 20, 2018

I hope that this comes soon...

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GianniGi commented May 20, 2018

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Xmetalfanx May 20, 2018

I hate to get off topic but even if its a good project ... I start getting iffy about using a fork of a fork of a fork type of things ... I mean what is the advantage of say "Pale Moon on an updated Firefox base" (compared to ACTUAL Pale Moon" vs something like Waterfox which IIRC is a fork of FF and you eliminate a "middle man fork" so to speak.

AND OF COURSE I realize I am saying this on github lol

Xmetalfanx commented May 20, 2018

I hate to get off topic but even if its a good project ... I start getting iffy about using a fork of a fork of a fork type of things ... I mean what is the advantage of say "Pale Moon on an updated Firefox base" (compared to ACTUAL Pale Moon" vs something like Waterfox which IIRC is a fork of FF and you eliminate a "middle man fork" so to speak.

AND OF COURSE I realize I am saying this on github lol

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