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Originally Posted by enorbet2 View Post

Ummm no Lazarus is not my project and essentially is "just a browser addon" but there are addons that only work with Windows' Firefox, others like Silverlight/Pipelight in some netherworld,etc so I think it is cool that Lazarus has no hoops to jump through for Linux and I found it and have relied on it more than twice exactly because of OCN. I would venture a guess that crypto can be an issue, not to mention simple encoding conventions (LUA, Latex, etc ) but people are often surprised at how smart Linux is at guessing file-types even once extensions have been omitted or changed. Just browse through your /tmp directory with a file manager set to "Preview" if you haven't already.

Bottom line is I'm certain many OCN subscribers will find it useful and if the Linux Community has taught us anything it is nobody can know it all and so knowing where to find answers is paramount and "enough eyes" covers a host of ills 'cuz it's all about communication and access.

cool stuff. i like the crypto feature but as a greasemonkey user i think i'd still rather do form saving with a script i can modify
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