CSS PrefixR 2.0
Wednesday, April 18, 2012 4:53:14 PM
CSS PrefixR version 2.0 is uploaded and will be published tomorrow.
What's gonna be different?
1. There's a toolbar icon for you. If you click on it, a popup will tell you if the extension is enabled on the current site and gives you the opportunity to switch over to the all new
2. options page: from now on you can specify, if the extension should be enabled or disabled by default and accordingly add sites for ex-/inclusion if you experience any breakages, e.g. caused by interference with other extensions
How does it work?
just add URLs or parts of it into the corresponding text field.
You can insert pretty much everything in here from ".com" (affecting - who would have guessed? ^^ - all .com-addresses) to "http://www.amazon.com/gp/cart/view.html/ref=gno_cart" (affecting only this single address).
You can even add the variables and stuff behind the addresses or write "ws.g" (which would e.g. affect ne ws.g oogle.com)
If you want to, you can add wildcard-characters (*) before and after the address, but there's no need for it.
Just make sure you only put one entry per line
Wondering, why some websites show "CSS PrefixR is inactive on this site" although you didn't specify any sites for exclusion?
That's because some websites are excluded by default in order to minimize interferences with other extensions, namely: google, facebook, ebay, youtube, twitter, yahoo & opera.com
You can add them for fixing, if CSS PrefixR is disabled by default. However, I don't see any point in it.
I hope you will enjoy this update. If you do, please rate it in the extensions catalog
And as always: any kind of feedback is always appreciated!