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- 2011-12-20: release 0.30 (support Firefox 9.0.*)
- 2011-11-23: release 0.29 (support Firefox 8.0.*)
- 2011-09-24: release 0.28 (support Firefox 7.0.*)
- 2011-05-24: release 0.27 (support Firefox 5.0.*, clean up metadata and packaging)
- 2011-05-14: release 0.26 (support Firefox 4.0.*)
- 2009-12-20: release 0.25 (support Firefox 3.6.*)
- 2009-12-09: release 0.24 (support Firefox 3.5.*)
- 2008-10-16: release 0.23 (support Firefox 3.0.*)
- 2007-04-09: release 0.22 (support Thunderbird 2.0.0.*)
- 2006-09-28: release 0.21 (support Firefox 2.0.0.*)
- 2006-07-15: release 0.20 (minor tweaks to WSH invocation)
- 2006-06-01: release 0.19 (adds support for Bon Echo)
- 2006-04-07: release 0.18 (adds support for Thunderbird)
- 2006-03-17: release 0.16 (fix GreaseMonkey incompatibility, see Bug 13476)
- 2006-01-29: release 0.15 (support Firefox 1.5.0.*)
- 2006-01-19: release 0.14 (support Firefox 1.5, fix context menu handling; see Bug 12432)
- 2005-09-25: release 0.13 (support Firefox 1.5beta, but now uses the correct maxAppVersion value)
- 2005-09-09: release 0.12 (support Firefox 1.5beta)
- 2005-05-08: release 0.11 (adds "Open Link Target as Webfolder" context menu entry)
- 2005-04-13: initial release
Welcome to the openwebfolder project
The modest goal of this project is achieve feature parity with Internet Explorer regarding WebDAV support. Internet Explorer itself does not contain any WebDAV support. However, it does offer hooks to Microsoft's WebDAV component, usually called "web folders".
In Internet Explorer, there are two ways to initiate opening a web folder for a given URL:
- by using the "open" dialog, selecting "open as webfolder", and
- by using the IE-specific "folder" CSS behavior, documented in "anchorClick Behavior".
What it does
openwebfolder itself does not contain any platform-independant WebDAV related code. It just adds hooks so that Microsoft's "Webfolder" WebDAV client can be invoked in a similar way like in IE. In particular:
- it adds context menu entries to invoke the web folder client for the currently opened page or for the link target,
- and it tries to emulate the aforementioned "folder" behaviour."
Note: Microsoft Vista does not contain the Webfolder client, thus this plugin isn't going to work out of the box. Installing MS Office may help (not tested).
Work on the initial release of this extension was sponsored by <green/>bytes GmbH.