Discuss application theming and theme development.
Updated test checklist, through Firefox 38 (but not yet Fx38 devtools):
http://mcdavis.dreamhosters.com/comms/t ... 150505.txt
Thank you very much for the check list, mcdavis.
I was not able to run
I get a Reference Error when I try. On the white listed pages, I can get the object Mozilla, but Mozilla.UITour is undefined... What I'm missing here? (I never used the Scratchpad before, I need to learn what it can do ). What does a "browser environment" mean??
Go to the DevTools options and check this one: "Enable browser chrome and add-on debugging toolboxes". Now open the Scratchpad and click "Environment" -> "Browser". After that, the code runs just fine.
And I second your thank you to mcdavis. The checklist is a massive time saver!
Just to add a little to what red_fat_lazy_cat said: by default, JS in the Scratchpad runs "in the context of" whatever page is in tab, as if the JS were part of that page and came from that site. When you pick the browser context, that makes the JS run as if it were loaded with the main browser window, browser.xul, instead.
I think the security context of the JS is limited to that of the page by default, i.e. no chrome privileges, again unless you set the context to browser context, but I'm not certain and I'd have to look that up.
For Fx38.0.5 with reader mode and screen/window/tab-sharing.
http://mcdavis.dreamhosters.com/comms/t ... 150531.txt
New calling convention for testing Heartbeat UI via Scratchpad (discussed above), as of (Fx38) Bug 1137481:
The test pages for malware and phishing UI changed a couple years back. The new ones:
They replace the old ones, which are now 404:
Yeah, I think those pages have caused the mozilla.com domain to get flagged as a malware domain a few times. Oh the irony.
Updated for Firefox 39:
http://mcdavis.dreamhosters.com/comms/t ... 150625.txt
good job. it look very nice. but i can't set it to my browser.
Doesn't matter very much now. Mozilla has announced they are removing support for Themes in December.
Cite? I'd like to read it myself. But it sounds like our arrogant devs. Who would ever want to look at their crappy-looking default theme?
Firefox: Sic transit gloria mundi.
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