Linking to WebExtension URL within an iframe on a website?
licy at usc.edu
Sat Jan 13 01:31:50 UTC 2018
Thanks for the discussion link. Truthfully it doesn’t matter for me, my extension takes no sensitive user info, it’s just a game. I could pop open a new window but it degrades the experience compared to doing it inline. Just annoying that the API is different than chrome.
> On Jan 12, 2018, at 3:23 PM, Richard Z <rz at linux-m68k.org> wrote:
>> On Thu, Jan 11, 2018 at 12:40:22AM -0800, Christopher Li wrote:
>> I'm trying to replicate the behavior of my Chrome extension in Firefox, where I have an extension page (let's say at moz-extension://355b0e74-736e-304b-9050-a8354cfb4374/html/toll.html?r=http%3A//example.com/ <moz-extension://355b0e74-736e-304b-9050-a8354cfb4374/html/toll.html?r=http://example.com/> ) that's overlaid onto an arbitrary website inside an iframe.
> are you sure you want to do this?
> The problem is the same in all browsers that support it.
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