Brian Murray brian at
Mon May 13 16:13:15 UTC 2013

On Mon, May 13, 2013 at 01:36:41AM -0700, Benjamin Kerensa wrote:
> So as many of you are probably aware the firefox-lp-improvements
> add-on has stopped working and I have talked to Brian Murray about it
> and apparently we have hit a roadblock on trying to fix it. Is there
> anyone who might be able to fix it on the mailing list? Perhaps
> someone familiar with making Firefox Add-Ons.

To be clear, the whole add-on has not stopped working rather the
functionality of reloading the standard responses and tags to add has
stopped working.  Additionally, the greasemonkey scripts, of which the
Firefox add-on is a compilation, continues to work.

> Here is the PPA
> and source package

I looked at this a bit more just now and as I've already mentioned the
issue is with loading the bug tags or standard responses.  (It is still
possible to tag the bugs using the add-on.)  You can view the specific
code that does this here:

Using the error console, accessible in the Tools menu under Web
Developer,  in Firefox I see a message regarding 'syntax
error' and 'undefined'.  That wasn't very helpful to me at least.

Brian Murray
Ubuntu Bug Master
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