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Test Results for Add-Ons from ca-archive

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Latest change 2019-01-19 13:50 { heavens-above | Save as PDF | R-kiosk }

Here I will publish results of (very) short tests of my tests for add-ons from Classic Add-ons Archive with SeaMonkey, until we will have found a better place.

  • MeasureIt

    👍 MeasureIt 0.4.15 by Kevin Freitas: After conversion add-on installs and works fine with WIN SM2.53 (separate User Profile for tests). Creates a launch icon for the add-on in the SM Navigation Toolbar. After click on icon you can mark a rectangle on the screen, dimensions in px will appear. I haven’t a clue for what I should need that, but it works.

  • R-Kiosk

    👍 R-kiosk 0.9.0.1-signed.1-signed by Kimmo Heinaaro
    After conversion add-on installs and works fine with WIN SM2.53 (separate User Profile for tests). After relaunch of SeaMonkey the browser will be in “Kiosk Mode”, no Menu Bar, no Navigation bar or similar is available. But it is not a perfect Kiosk, Sidebar is still active, so that Bookmarks, search and so on still can be used. May be you should disable Sidebar before relaunch?
    ⚠️ R-kiosk only can be disabled after SeaMonkey Browser has been launched in Safe mode.

  • Save as PDF Screenshot

    👍 Save as PDF 1.5.1-signed.1-signed by Pdfcrowd Team
    After conversion add-on installs and works fine with WIN SM2.53 (separate User Profile for tests). After relaunch of SeaMonkey the browser will show a Save as PDF — Icon at the right end of the navigation Toolbar. Works fine, PDF- results look very similar to source page, contain working hyperlinks, what makes those PDF documents much more useful that the output of printer solutions like FreePDF (my one might be outdated).
    But unfortunately there also are pages where the results of this add-on are completely unusable, for example heavens-above.com/skychart2. Result here!

 


For your own results please leave a comment including a link to a screenshot, I will move your results from Comment to this blogpost.

 

Rainer Bielefeld

 

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Author: rrbd

Freelancer, Engineer, Camper, Canoeist

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