rmd 1.2.2

I’ve just posted an update to the Remember Mismatched Domains extension for Firefox / Thunderbird / Seamonkey. Version is now 1.2.2. This release fixes the mess I made of the Polish language translation. Many thanks to Bartosz Piec who fixed the dtd files for me.

Its been awhile since I did this:

What is Remember Mismatched Domains?
The Remember Mismatched Domains extension for Firefox and Thunderbird adds a “Don’t warn me again about this certificate for this domain’ checkbox to the Domain Mismatch and Expired Certificate warning windows. When selected the domain name and security certificate domain pair (or certificate and expiration date pair) is stored in a Firefox / Thunderbird preference and the security error dialogue will be bypassed on subsequent visits.

How do I install the extension?
If you want to install the extension in Thunderbird, you have to follow these steps:
1. In your default browser, right-click on the download link. Choose the “Save link to disk…” option and download the XPI install file into a directory of your choosing.
2. Open Mozilla Thunderbird and open the ‘Extensions’ dialog by going to the ‘Tools’ -> ‘Extensions’ menu.
3. On the Extension dialog, there’s a button named ‘Install’ in the lower left corner. Click on it and browse to the directory where you saved the remember-mismatch.xpi.
4. Choose the file you downloaded earlier on and click ‘OK’.

Firefox users left click on the link.

2 Responses

  1. menet says:

    April 29, 2006 at 4:54 pm

    I have send to you a corrected french language version (fr-FR locale) because the DLD files of version 1.2.2 must be in UTF8 format not ANSI for accentuated characters.

    I have omitted to said in my mail that you should make bigger the window for the options because the french translation use words that are larger than in english and then the right part of the window is troncated.
    Regards ;)

  2. andrew says:

    April 29, 2006 at 5:50 pm

    Thanks for your email Menet. I was just looking at the options window bug when your mail came in. Strangely I tried replying to your mail but it bounces…
    Anyhow, thanks again, this should be fixed in 1.2.4

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