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Firefox Quantum (57.0 …)

I'm aware that Save Image in Folder and Save Link in Folder are no longer compatible with the latest Firefox releases.
These extensions are based on Mozilla's XUL- and XPCOM-APIs, which are now obsolete and no longer supported.

Bringing the extensions back to life would require a complete rewrite using WebExtensions.
Unfortunately at the moment I can't give you any details on when (or even if) I will be able to accomplish this task.
I will look into it if time permits.

Thanks for your patience!

Achim


Signature Switch   Signature Switch - HTML-Signature

This is how a signature-file should look like when composing in HTML-style:


Achim Seufert<br>
<br>
Website: http://mozext.achimonline.de<br>
eMail: mozext at achimonline de<br>

or


<pre>
Achim Seufert

Website: http://mozext.achimonline.de
eMail: mozext at achimonline de
</pre>

By the way... there's no need to build a complete HTML-file including a header, body, CSS-definitions, etc. !!!
So you should avoid creating your HTML-signature using a WYSIWYG-editor; simply use a normal text-editor and just declare the tags you really need.

Another hint:
If you can't help adding an image-file to your signature, then don't forget using the "file:///"-prefix and the full path.


<img src="file:///c:/Documents%20and%20Settings/Achim/My%20Documents/sig.jpg">

(You also should "escape" the path if you have blanks, etc. in it.)



Check the "Hybrid-Signature"-instructions if you intend to use the same signature-file for composing your mails both in plaintext- and HTML-style.