[LibX] LibX Prototype
ptagtmeyer at colgate.edu
Tue Jul 20 11:17:11 PDT 2010
Libx 2.0 is clean and clear. Who would have thought disintermediating a
library website could be so clear and easy?
My one suggestion would be to change
more...<chrome://libx/content/popup/popup.html#>in the search box to
<chrome://libx/content/popup/popup.html#>unless other operators will be
added in future versions.
Thank you for your efforts, I do appreciate them.
Associate Science Librarian
ptagtmeyer at colgate.edu
On Fri, Jul 16, 2010 at 11:57 PM, Brian Nicholson <brn at vt.edu> wrote:
> As everyone knows, we are currently developing LibX 2.0, and we would like
> users to try out a prototype so we can get feedback of the new design. This
> prototype is only available for Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.
> You can download the latest LibX prototype at these locations:
> http://libx.org/releases/ff/libx2-20100716.xpi (Firefox)
> http://libx.org/releases/gc/libx2-20100716.crx (Chrome)
> Please note that for Firefox, if you currently have a LibX edition
> installed, you should either 1) create a new profile for testing the
> prototype, or 2) uninstall the LibX edition before installing this
> We hope that installation of your LibX edition is intuitive, but here's a
> brief overview of the installation procedure:
> After downloading the LibX plugin for either Chrome or Firefox, you should
> see a button labeled LibX 2.0 appear to the right of the address bar; this
> is the LibX button that will replace the LibX toolbar. There are two ways
> obtain a specific edition for your installation:
> 1. Manually find your edition: Click the LibX button to open a popup
> containing a search field. Type the name of your library's edition, then
> select it from the autocompletion dropdown. Make sure the information shown
> matches your edition, then click "Load this edition".
> 2. Automatically install your edition using autosensing: From the LibX
> Edition Builder, go to either your edition's download page (where you would
> normally download your edition-specific plugin), or your edition's test page
> (where you would test changes made from the edition builder). Click the
> LibX button. The edition should automatically be detected and loaded.
> As this is only a prototype, a number of features (such as context menus
> and proxy support) have not yet been included. However, everything that has
> been implemented so far should be robust. Please let us know if there are
> any bugs or oddities--however minor they may be. And, of course, we'd like
> to hear your feedback on the new design in general.
> Thank you,
> Libx mailing list
> Libx at mozdev.org
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