Looks like I found a version that has no lock to prevent us from using it.
The first thing I noticed was that it lacked the contractid.js that was part of the old mechanism that tried to prevented us (K-Meleon) from using Roboform.
Maybe Roboform will change policies?
Anyway I tried to get it going without Roboform (Company's) help.
Its usable after all.
Download: roboform-firefox-3.0-frozen.xpi it is e.g. @ http://www.roboform.com/dist/roboform-firefox-3.0-frozen.xpi
I uploaded the one I found & altered it. I attached roboform-firefox-3.0-frozen4K-Meleon1.6
(as 7zip). I tested with an added K-Meleon manifest.
chrome folder roboform.jar goes to chrome plus gets the roboform.manifest (from 1.5.4)
components all three files go 1.6 components. Remember to delete the two *.dat files so that the newly added items are in the regenerated dats.
Start the Browser & open the page:
Click on the green Roboform icon in the left hand middle.
Now it starts to show an opener next to its icon, looks like ">>"
Click on ">>" and You get options.
Second option from the top shows, log into site.
Choose the site You want. This triggers/activates the Roboform agent.
I have set Roboform to offer automatic site filling when possible.
I have set K-Meleon to replicate the same site when a blank tab is opened.
To do? A serious dev can probably hack the XUl of the Roboform jar to do better service/view?
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 10/15/2010 06:40AM by guenter.