Full Article Attached Independent Status Reports

Thursday May 30th, 2002

This week's status reports include updates from Googlebar, Hermes, Mycroft and MultiZilla. Click the Full Article link to check them out.

#1 Mycroft and Searchstandard to work together

by eiseli

Thursday May 30th, 2002 4:56 PM

This is a last minute news: The answer of searchstandard came fast and now we are thinking of a work in common. More in the next status report.

#2 Re: Best eyecandy yet found

by wtmcgee

Thursday May 30th, 2002 4:58 PM

hermes won't install it seems on RC3.

#3 Re: Re: Best eyecandy yet found

by onelists

Thursday May 30th, 2002 6:59 PM

Well drat .. what platform? Seems to work fine for me....

#5 Fixed the problem

by onelists

Thursday May 30th, 2002 8:48 PM

the xpi uploaded seemed corrupted.. just replaced it... and all seems fine now

#4 Check out google javascript interface

by arsa

Thursday May 30th, 2002 8:04 PM talking about shortcuts in googlebar... maybe they should link to this site instead :)

#11 Re: Check out google javascript interface

by Trucoto

Monday June 3rd, 2002 2:30 PM

That is fantastic!

#6 google bar

by jilles

Friday May 31st, 2002 6:26 AM

I hope that they fix that bug that causes the google bar to disappear from time to time. Google bar is the thing that has gotten me to use mozilla on a permanent basis. I never liked the sidebar for searches, too much fuss and besides that space is for my bookmarks! The google bar behavior suits me fine.

#7 Re: google bar

by pirat

Friday May 31st, 2002 4:55 PM

Can't help myself - what is so good on Google bar? I don't need anything else than URL bar itself for searching... (Except for occasional advanced searches, but they are REALLY rare. And in such case I fire itself.) And besides - the less tollbars the better ^^

#9 Re: Re: google bar

by AndyB

Friday May 31st, 2002 11:11 PM

Well, one thing that we try to add beyond regular searches of Google is the ability to very quickly access a lot of types of searches- 16, last time I checked- in an organized format. Also, as with the IE version, buttons are automatically generated from the search terms as the search is run, which can be used to easily find your terms on the page without any extra typing. It's not perfect, but it can save a lot of time and it can always be collapsed to minimize clutter when you don't need it. Hope that answers your question. -AndyB

#10 Re: Re: Re: google bar

by pirat

Saturday June 1st, 2002 3:34 AM

Yeah, thanks ^^ I was just wondering because despite of these facts I probably won't ever use it, but it's one from the most frequented complaints about Mozilla so I'm very glad somebody is working on it ^_^

#8 Re: google bar

by AndyB

Friday May 31st, 2002 11:05 PM

This has apparently been linked to when a new window (ie, popup) without toolbars is opened, and since the setting persists, then when the window is closed the setting remains with the toolbar hidden. It is something we're working on; see bug 959 for details, or if you have a fix that might work. Thanks for the encouragement!

#12 Java sidebar dice game

by xerxes

Tuesday June 4th, 2002 9:31 AM

I've resized my online java game to fit in the mozilla sidebar. Here is the link along with a screen shot. Also, someone might be interested in editing this category on Dmoz. It could become quite popular if Netscape takes back any market share.