|Re: Does anyone out there use MyEclipse for web development??? [message #245194 is a reply to message #245190]
||Mon, 02 July 2007 16:42
Originally posted by: kwarner.uneedspeed.net|
I explicitly allow http://www.getfirebug.com/ to install.
I open the exceptions dialog and enter http://www.getfirebug.com/
When I click install on http://www.getfirebug.com/ I get dialog that asks me
what to do with firebug1.0-current.xpi -- Open with --Browse or Save to Disk.
If I save to disk then try to open it -- naturally nothing happens.
If I Open with Firefox -- nothing happens.
Nothing happens. I give up....
I've written Joe Hewlett twice. No response.
Eric Rizzo wrote:
> DemonDuck wrote:
>> unchecked them
>> and it at least attempted the install. Second problem. Firebug comes
>> in an .xpi installer. I'm running Win2K.
> The .xpi extension has nothing to do with Windows XP - it is just the
> name Mozilla uses for add-ons. I just installed Firebug on Win2k and it
> worked fine (after I explicitly allowed www.getfirebug.com to install
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