Jaisen Klaus Kühle
j.kuhle at utoronto.ca
Mon Jun 12 12:18:32 EDT 2006
Unfortunately I can't do that now. Initially frustrated, I uninstalled
Greasemonkey and now, when wanting to try this experiment out, I have
noticed that I can no longer install it. When I try directly from the
xsidebar webpage it gives me a download error. And when I download it to
my HDD and then drag and drop it into an open window of SeaMonkey it
tells me that I do not have a valid install package.
Philip Chee wrote:
> On 12/06/06, Jaisen Klaus Kühle <j.kuhle at utoronto.ca> wrote:
>> What I mean by it won't let me install is that when I load the page of a
>> script and try to have it install the script from either the status bar,
>> or from the tools drop down menu nothing happens as if I did not issue
>> the command. It just stares blank at me and when I check greasemonkey,
>> whose Icon does not appear in the status bar btw, it simply shows no
>> scripts installed.
> First read this:
> Then set the following preferences:
> browser.dom.window.dump.enabled = true
> Then start up SeaMonkey.
> (may be called Error console in some versions of SeaMonkey)
> Click on [clear] so start with a fresh blank window.
> Switch back to SeaMonkey main window and try to install
> a GM script.
> Switch back to the Error console.
> Cut and paste the error messages (only those related to GM)
> and send them to xsidebar at mozdev.org, I'll be there.
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