Can you please help me? I've just upgraded Firefox to 9.0.1, but it said that NAMFox was not compatible with this version and it automatically disabled it. How can I get NAMFox for FF 9.0.1?
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Dec 31, 11 at 6:38pm
Artificer ya that would be great i would contribute if i knew something about programming, my area of expertise is rather in the laws of men, but i am stil gratefull for making namfox in the first place.
Dec 31, 11 at 5:37pm
Yeah, it would be nice. I myself am using Chrome more now so I don't pay attention to NAMFox as much. I have seen people say that they "started" on a NAMFox version for Chrome, but in reality it is a very tough thing to do. You either make time for it or you don't. And since there's not much compensation besides "job well done", etc., it's not worth it for many people.
It would be nice if people started a project on github and then others could easily contribute to it as they had time. AuroraHraefnChiggins (not sure if you guys are working on this still but I have seen you mention it in the past)
Dec 31, 11 at 2:33pm
Good to see namfox alive, the sad thign, is that i have realized that fire fox is a medicore borwser compared to chrome, just to e clear chrome asks me less ram then fire fox, firefox takes of my system 250 MB's of ram (yeah i have 2 GB, but before i had a macbook with only 512 MB's of ram, and guess how it ended?) i believe this proyect should be ported to every browser.
Wait until Artificer makes a version that is compatible.
An addon called Nightly Tester Tools used to do the trick as well. I haven't bothered to use it in many many months so I'm not quite sure if it's still updated, but you used to be able to get around addon version compatibility that way.