One More CCK Wizard Beta

I’ve got some updates to the CCK Wizard, but they’ve been taking a back seat to other work. I’ve finally got them together in this new beta. You can download it here.This one has the ability to remove the add-on discovery UI as well as support for modifying the default click to play list (thanks to Nils Sprenger and Tim Stecher).

I’m releasing this on Friday of this week, so if you have problems, please let me know.

There have been sporadic reports of bookmarks not working and certificates not installing. If that happens to you, I can’t debug it without the XPI, so please send that to me if you have the problem.

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4 thoughts on “One More CCK Wizard Beta

  1. Hi Mike,

    I don’t know if I’m doing something wrong (might be the case! :)), or is this the case you mentioned but when I add two site certificates to ff-cck they do not install – the “guest” browser still displays the “risks…” page.
    I exported the certificates from an existing FF (both 20.0) installation into pem format. Both certificates are self-signed, one is our own – I did it someday a good few years ago… I can send you the link privately.
    According to my limited understanding they’re not CA’s though.

    One other – not totally related – question would be that how do you exactly formulate the expressions in the Customize preferences page? I have to disable some settings (hw accel and pdf.js) and also set Adobe Reader as the default to display PDFs.

    Thanks a lot from Hungary! 🙂

  2. Since my previous post still waits for approval I’d like to note the moderator that I found out the expressions’ formulae. I thought it was more cryptic :))
    Certificates still don’t work though! 🙂

    • I’ve had some reports of certs not working, but I’ve never been able to reproduce. Please contact me via email and I have some test extensions we can run to try to debug.