Is there a downloadable extension template available? That would really help would-be extension authors... --Maian 03:07, 9 October 2005 (PDT)
- There's one from another similar article: http://mozilla.doslash.org/stuff/helloworld.zip --Nickolay 12:15, 9 October 2005 (PDT)
Could someone elaborate a little more on what this means? "window is the localName value of the root element of the XUL document..." Where else, for example, does the corresponding word window also appear? I don't see how it is chosen. --Randomandy 06:00, 2005 October 11 (PDT)
- It means the part of the tagname excluding the namespace prefix (if it exists) of the document's root element. So if you have some document that looks like <?xml version="1.0"?><xul:dialog xmlns:xul="(xul namespace)">...</xul:dialog>, dialog would be the localName of the root element. If it were just <dialog>...</dialog>, the localName would still be dialog. At least, that's what I think it's saying. I'm not familiar with XUL. --Maian 06:43, 11 October 2005 (PDT)
It's good that this article encourages the use of a locale file, but it doesn't really tell you where to put your locale file or how to write an entry for it in your manifest. Perhaps a snippet like the following under Create a Chrome Manifest?
locale sample en-US chrome/chromeFiles/locale/en-US/
--Ox336699 13:54, 5 November 2005 (PST)