Multiple account Gmail notifier (without storing passwords)
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Gmail Notifier multi-browser extension (ignotifier)

Description

Gmail Notifier is a multi-account notifier for Google mail (without storing passwords locally)

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General information

To compile ignotifier project you need to have these softwares and libraries available:

Folders description

  • compile: nodejs locale converter
  • preview: screenshots
  • src: ignotifier source code

How to compile ignotifier

  1. Open a new terminal in the root dir (directory contains src, preview, template, and compile folders)
  2. Run npm install to acquire the necessary nodejs packages
  3. Run gulp firefox or gulp chrome to compile ignotifier in Firefox or Chrome browsers
    • After running gulp firefox, project gets compiled for Firefox browser. Compiled files will be located on builds/unpacked/firefox folder. An executable XPI will be placed in builds/packed/firefox.xpi
    • After running gulp chrome, project gets compiled for Chrome/Opera browser. Compiled files will be located on builds/unpacked/chrome folder. A zipped archive will be placed in builds/packed/chrome.zip
    • For gulp firefox to auto install the extension on your Firefox browser, you need to have Extension Auto-Installer installed in your Firefox.
    • For gulp chrome to auto install the extension on your Chrome browser, you will need to modify Line 65 of gulp.js to your Chrome executable (the current path is for Mac OS).

How to translate ignotifier

  • To translate ignotifier into your language head to transifex.com page.
  • After the translation is ready, insert the translated file in /src/_locales directory
  • For Firefox to recognize the translation, you will need to run the following commend in the root directory node compile/convert.js
  • Now compile the project as described above to have the localized version of ignotifier.

How to try the precompiled latest version on Firefox

  1. Select the right branch
  2. Browse the builds/packed directory
  3. Download the raw *.xpi file
  4. Open a browser tab for about:debugging and turn on the developer mode
  5. Point the browse button to the download XPI

How to try the precompiled latest version on Chrome

  1. Select the right branch
  2. Browse the builds/packed directory
  3. Download the *.zip file and extract it somewhere
  4. Open a browser tab for chrome://extensions and turn on the developer mode
  5. Point the browse button to the root directory