[Project_owners] Overlay reference ids

eric.jung at yahoo.com eric.jung at yahoo.com
Tue Jul 25 21:51:52 EDT 2006

Well that was a rather harshly-worded answer, but correct nonetheless.

----- Original Message ----
From: Michael Buckley <michael.buckley at hotmail.com>
To: gareth-hunt at rocketmail.com; project_owners at mozdev.org
Sent: Tuesday, July 25, 2006 10:41:35 PM
Subject: Re: [Project_owners] Overlay reference ids

In other words you don't understand overlays.

When you use the chrome.manifest to overlay an xul file like this

overlay    chrome://browser/content/browser.xul

The first parts states that it is an overlay.  The second is the chrome
path to what I want to overlay.  The last is my file.

So do you what a list of every thing in the chrome://browser/content/
folder?  Go to the chrome folder extract Browser.jar got to the content
then browser folders.  And you can overlay every xul file there if you
want to.  No one is going to list every xul file in FireFox for you when
you can just look to see them yourself.

God Bless

Gareth Hunt wrote:
>Hi all,
>I understand how overlays work, but does anyone know of a reference that 
>describes or lists the ids where overlays can be applied?
>There is not a particular id that I'm looking for. I am curious to know to 
>what extent overlays can be applied, but have not been able to find a 
>reference the describes all the overlay points.  I'm particularly 
>interested in Firefox, but references for any of the other applications 
>would be welcome too.
>I've tried xulplanet, and various google searches, but to no avail.
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