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@ajaxStardust
Jan 22, 10:14 AM
 i'm a bit confused. new to PaleMoon/ Basilisk after returning to Web Dev (any major browser use outside of chrome or whatever) after hiatus since circa 2014. I was a Seamonkey / FF user back in the day. I don't quite understand about the extensions. It seems they (PaleMoon / Basilisk) don't use the current avail at addons.moz.blah and sometimes will install old .xpi's, but they usually don't work (though some do). I'm not sure the purpose of this extension. Is the idea that you could export functional extensions to preserve their functionality prior to the changeover that happened when Firefox abandoned the Xul/ XPI developers for the whatever the new type is?

 I dunno. I don't really care that much, but I would like to change the default Basilisk Theme to more like the default PaleMoon theme. Is that possible?

 A lot of the resources seem to overlap, and it gets confusing. just trying to avoid dead-ends and be more productive. I do like using these browsers. :)

 Thank you!
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same guy
Jan 22, 10:25 AM
 ... that is, I've tried installing PaleMoon Themes, but Basilisk claims they are incompatible. I've got the Persona's type thing working fine.

 MOSTLY - i do not like that "Refresh" button on the right side of the Address bar. Otherwise, i'm find w/ the way it looks. I don't know of any way to change that w/out changing the theme. perhaps there's a way?
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RealityRipple
Jan 22, 10:28 AM
 This extension's purpose is simply to let you make backups of your extensions. It is not intended to run on any modern iteration of Firefox.

 I have nothing to do with Basilisk or any other browser development directly. This website is third-party. If you need help with Basilisk, please use the Basilisk section of the Pale Moon forums.
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420yo
Oct 16 2022, 7:52 AM
 doing weed, its not just a good idea, its the law! oh wait...

 :P

 trolol.jpeg/crazy juice.

 :PPPP
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George
Sep 23 2020, 8:09 PM
 Helpful extension, thank you! Can Dictionaries be made exportable, too?
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RealityRipple
Sep 23 2020, 8:23 PM
 I'll look into it.
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Timur
Nov 10 2019, 6:28 AM
 Thank you for keeping this extension, that I use in PaleMoon.
 But I also use Waterfox Classic, based on Firefox 56, and it doesn't work there. I see a note about overlays.
 But could you update it per https://github.com/MrAlex94/Waterfox/wiki/Engage-the-new-overlay-loader?
 Thanks anyway-
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NightTripper
Aug 4 2019, 2:10 AM
 Tried to install into Comodo IceDragon. "Could not be installed because file appears to be corrupt." Any suggestions?
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RealityRipple
Aug 4 2019, 2:15 AM
 Some browsers don't handle digitally signed extensions correctly. Try downloading the XPI, deleting the META-INF folder from the XPI file (it's just a ZIP file - you can rename it .ZIP and then name it back to .XPI when you're done), and dragging your modified XPI into your browser.
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