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By glazou on Thursday 7 April 2005, 13:07 - Mozilla
I am working on a new very cool extension for Firefox. An early version already works here but it's not yet ready for release. Trust me, you'll want it in your own Firefox... Stay tuned.
Why the tease, why? lemme try french pourquoi? pourquoi?
Let me be the first to guess:
"Edit this document in Nvu (CTRL-E)"
Umm lemme think... WYSIWYG shared annotation.
"Edith This document with Nvu" would be Great, but to make this really efective the extension should allow re-upload automatically the edited file. ... I would pay for something like that =)
Edit with Nvu ? This makes me think of Launchy:
But even more about Dead Simple CMS:
With this program you can download the webpage, edit it in Nvu and then upload it again.
what would be really cool would right-click on any element of the page "give me the CSS style". that would really rock. i though t webdeveloper would do it, but apparently it doesn't.
for now AFAIK we're left with "get selection source" and for myself i wrote a script getting all the CSS for one page in one single file.
I always thought that the ability to suck the colour scheme from an existing webpage (html and css) would save a lot of time.
Following on from that will webpage/website creation wizards (possibly to include the likes of www.hypergurl.com/colorma... functionality) be on the roadmap for 2.0?
Emmanuel, you might want to check out the editCSS extension (editcss.mozdev.org/) for Firefox. It displays all the CSS styles in the sidepanel and the coolest part is that you can make changes in the sidepanel and those changes will be automatically applied to the page.
It's been a week.. come on... give us a preview or atleast some more hints
Co-chairman of the W3C CSS Working Group, entrepreneur, software engineer, geek, father of two, polyglot, unashamed French, duck lover. Nah.
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