Making Mozilla Add-ons Work in Phoenix

Friday October 4th, 2002

David Hyatt has written a short document that explains how developers can modify their Mozilla add-ons to work in Phoenix. The guide describes how a few simple changes can make an extension compatible with both Mozilla and Phoenix builds. It also includes instructions to make add-ons appear in the extensions list of Phoenix's Preferences dialogue (where users can disable or uninstall them).

For users, a list of Phoenix-compatible extensions available.

#6 uninstall is not so easy (plus comments on skins)

by masi

Saturday October 5th, 2002 2:34 AM

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My little app, which I have been neglecting lately, comes not only with a package but also skins and locales. They need to be deleted as well.

FYI, I have skin definitions for Modern and Classic and 3 locales beside en-US. What skin would I have to use for phoenix?

And I'd love to have a 'private' skin for the app as well. So you could choose between the browser's skin and a special skin (in my case a HP claculator look-alike).