Following hotly on the heels of the 0.6 release, a new version of the Web Developer extension has just been released. This release was a response to user comments about changes in the previous version. The major new features are an option to hide the Web Developer context menu and the ability to configure whether the view source feature loads in a window or a tab.
A new version of the Web Developer extension has just been released. This release contains many new features including keyboard shortcuts, nested frame support and the option to choose whether generated pages are opened in tabs or windows. It is also great to see the Web Developer extension being mentioned as a possible extension to be included with the Mozilla Firebird installer.
Since I have been so busy recently I haven’t had much time to work on the Web Developer extension. However, I have just released version 0.5 which adds a show/hide toolbar menu option in Mozilla and fixes the bug to do with disabling or enabling cookies, as well as some other new features.
I just released version 0.3 of the Web Developer extension for Mozilla Firebird. This release adds a number of new features including the ability to persist the Web Developer styles when the page changes.
I just released version 0.1 of the Web Developer extension for Mozilla Firebird. This extension adds a menu and a toolbar to the browser with various web developer tools. I also released version 0.2.2 of the User Agent Switcher extension. This release contains some minor code fixes.