Firefox added a new argument to the saveURI api (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Tech/XPCOM/Reference/Interface/nsIWebBrowserPersist) which broke our MyWebSteps. Version 1.3 has been updated to address this change. In addition, from version 1.3, to save the users storage space, MyWebSteps will only save the thumbnail of … Continue reading
From Firefox 36, MyWebSteps cannot capture and save the thumbnails of webpages. We will investigate the problem and fix it. In the meanwhile please don’t update your browser.
Firefox removed the status bar since version 29. We have updated MyWebSteps so its controls are now placed in the Firefox’s toolbar. The new version has been uploaded to the Firefox add-on centre for two weeks but it is still in … Continue reading
MyWebSteps has been uploaded to the Firefox add-on centre. You can now install MyWebSteps here https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/mywebsteps/
For the user’s privacy, MyWebSteps has been designed not to capture https webpages. Today, Firefox uses Google secure search by default. Therefore, MyWebSteps now keeps blocking https pages but Google secure search. However, capturing a search session becomes challenging now. … Continue reading
MyWebSteps was initially designed to capture Google search http. Recently, Google has also used https. MyWebSteps will be updated shortly to deal with the new https.
After several iterations, finally the first public version of MyWebSteps is ready for testing by the members of the Computational Science and Engineering group, School of Computing, University of Leeds. After this test, we will launch MyWebSteps to wider audience.