ritchie58 wrote on December 25, 2011 11:00 PM GMT ():
After updating to version 9.0.1 of Firefox I noticed that the icon on the right of the address bar would sometimes look like it’s vibrating along with Flagfox. Also when this behavior occurs the CPU usage for Firefox increases significantly. I disabled Locationbar2 and that stopped the behavior. Some kind of incompatibility issue (with version 9 itself or Flagfox maybe) I would venture to guess?
Christian wrote on January 9, 2012 09:37 AM GMT ():
Hello, I think I found a bug or at least a unwanted feature: If I copy a part of an URL including the protocol, the pasted text looks like: “http://http://mywebsite.tld/”.
Maybe the plugin interferes with some other settings? (I’m using Firefox 9/Win64)
tuggyne wrote on January 24, 2012 04:44 AM GMT ():
Like the two posters above, I came here to report the double http:// copy bug. It began occurring, I believe, with Firefox 8, but I know it occurs every time with Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.0; rv:9.0.1) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/9.0.1.
I much appreciate your fine extension; it is an essential part of Firefox to me.
ccondrup wrote on January 24, 2012 11:46 PM GMT ():
I tried to pick apart the extension to see if I could prevent double http:// when protocol hiding is on, but without luck.
I constructed this regex for actually detecting and removing double protocol, but couldn’t find out where in the urlbar.xml file it should be placed. – http://jsfiddle.net/LmD73/3/
The closest I got was to put it on line 244 in the setter, before storing this.inputField. This makes the copying work as intended but display is borked. Leads me to believe the http:// is added outside this extension, just weird how it only does so for http and not ftp.
Thanks a lot Dão, for this very useful addon. Curious: Have you stopped using it yourself?
I have a bug to report: when hiding the protocol (http://), I get gaps on both sides of the host name, regardless of the “Margin between segments” setting. (Firefox 14.0.1 on Ubuntu).
Same for me w/ FFox 14.0.1 on Win XP …
Bill Dee wrote on August 28, 2012 11:16 AM BST ():
Is this where we are supposed to notify about bugs?
I don’t know if this is a locationbar issue or a Firefox (14.0.1) issue.
Or maybe it’s an Adobe PDF reader issue, or a Reader-locationbar conflict.
For PDF files, the ability to click on the various sub-directories and such to jump to those
locations doesn’t work, and it doesn’t format the address with the different parts like usual.
Also, you can’t even modify the URL in the address bar. It’s read-only.
If this isn’t your issue, can you let me know so I can contact Adobe support. Thanks.