OperaView is broken. However, I have found you a work-around. Uninstall OperaView and install IE View Lite from here:
Wow! This works perfectly! I'm ecstatic! Thank you VERY VERY MUCH!!
I have released a new version of OperaView (0.7) which works with Firefox 3.5.x.Download it from http://operaview.mozdev.org/ or https://addons.mozil.../firefox/addon/1190/
No joy for Minefield though(FF 3.6pre)
Quote from: MilesAhead on August 21, 2009, 02:24:49 PMNo joy for Minefield though(FF 3.6pre)Did you try to install it by changing the maxVersion?
Just a heads-up, the 3.6 is finally beta or beta rc1 or something. Anyway, I just installed it and I haven't found anything broken yet.
Yeah, with 46 I think I'd wait until I was forced to change.
That's just me. When I find something that works I hate to change it unless the new thing is really snappy and I can depend on it. Now and then I have to drag myself into the next decade with an effort.
I did a few 32 bit windows shell extensions but the design wasn't the best. I reworked some of them, but just as I get them perfected, 32 bit shell is going obsolete. So all that work is pretty much unusable on my primary machine.
Some stuff will work with Half Shell that you can download here:http://www.favessoft.com/hotkeys.htmlJust scroll down the page until you see the entry for Half Shell.
btw anyone getting weird errors about having to restart Firefox because of Microsoft Presentation Foundation? All of a sudden I'm getting this on installs that have been stable for months. I read the GHacks and MS articles how to remove the Firefox Agent thing that causes the problem, but there's no indication it's there. The registry setting they tell to look for is not there. The folder in the .NET structure they say to look for is not there. It's not in the AddOns list. It just pops up whenever it feels like it to make me restart Firefox.
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