how do you install it? #2

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scotnery opened this Issue Dec 6, 2011 · 5 comments

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scotnery commented Dec 6, 2011

how do you install this?

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Seriously? How the heck do you install the Safari Extension. It hasn't been compiled as an extension. It's just a folder filled with a bunch of resource files. Not enough coffee today?

Seriously? How the heck do you install the Safari Extension. It hasn't been compiled as an extension. It's just a folder filled with a bunch of resource files. Not enough coffee today?

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i figured it out and built the extension. you need a developer certificate and stuff. their current build works, but not super gracefully. I'll use it for a while.

http://www.jumpingovation.com/pickup/Pull%20to%20Refresh.safariextz

scotnery commented Dec 6, 2011

i figured it out and built the extension. you need a developer certificate and stuff. their current build works, but not super gracefully. I'll use it for a while.

http://www.jumpingovation.com/pickup/Pull%20to%20Refresh.safariextz

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metalhaze Dec 9, 2011

Thanks!

Thanks!

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With the CRX file you can just download it and run it from chrome, it will ask you to install. It's a lot easier than building and getting a dev certificate for chrome.

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phawk commented Dec 10, 2011

With the CRX file you can just download it and run it from chrome, it will ask you to install. It's a lot easier than building and getting a dev certificate for chrome.

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Have now added links to compiled versions in readme.

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stuartgibson commented May 29, 2012

Have now added links to compiled versions in readme.

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