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📥️Download Track Package v5.1
37 KB XPI File


Version 5.1 [Release Notes] rss
Released February 19, 2021
Scanned by VirusTotal: ☣️ 100% Clean!

746 Installations, 618 active users
2 this week
★★★☆☆ (6 votes)
Supports Pale Moon [25.0a1pre - 29.*], Firefox [14.0 - 50.*], Thunderbird [14.0 - 60.*], SeaMonkey [2.2 - 2.*], and Basilisk.   NOTICE: The Browser you're using may not be supported by Track Package. If you believe this to be in error, please check your browser's User Agent settings.

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Track Packages from the right-click menu. This extension was originally written by Dave Kahler, with contributions from Luke Horne and Robert Harmon. The supported Tracking Numbers for the default Definition list can be found here.
Since Track Package's final release for Firefox in December of 2013, Mozilla has abandoned its own technologies in favor of poor parody of Google's protocols (WebExtensions), leaving many developers, including this one, disillusioned with the direction the Mozilla is taking. In contrast, Pale Moon has stepped into place as an XUL-centric browser, keeping backward compatibility better than Mozilla's own flagship project. So, for now, Track Package may be considered a Pale Moon and SeaMonkey extension that still supports older versions of Firefox and Thunderbird.
Track Package is free for use or modification without limitation. It is released under the MIT License with no warranty or guarantee of any kind. That being said, you can still ask any questions in the Comments section below, or contact me directly for assistance.

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Dave Kahler
Oct 25 2020, 4:50 PM
 Just noticed this effort! Super cool!
If you have fifteen and you add
four more, what do you get?


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