pvaladares wrote: mike-bronner wrote:
Timbones wrote:How hard will it be to port this to Chrome/Firefox?
I was thinking about this, but will need to do some more research. In theory, all the meat and potatoes is there, it would just need to be wrapped as a userscript.
Rename the .safariextz to .gz and see for yourself
. Might just work as is (but I'm not that experienced extension coder, but you seem to be
That probably won't work, but you never know. I think the Framework that Safari Extensions are built upon is very different from other toolbars or userscripts like Greasemonkey.
I managed to unpack the .gzip safari extension.
At the Chrome Extensions Page, chrome://chrome/extensions
, there is a "Pack extension"...
Looking into getting this working in Chrome, this requires actually quite a bit of coding, too much for the moment. I have plans for converting this into a UserScript for non-Safari browsers, but that's only once I have this code-base shored up and stable. Sorry for being the bearer of bad news (you could
install Safari for Windows -- I know, there isn't any new development for it, but the latest version will support the extension).