Extension Test for Thunderbird logo

Extension Test for Thunderbird

By Kris Maglione Free
Download and save the file to your hard disk, in your Mozilla Thunderbird, open Add-ons from the Tools menu, and from the options button next to the add-on search field, select "Install Add-on From File" and locate the downloaded add-on.

Developer's Description

Extension Test for Thunderbird is a simple add-on for extension testers, AMO editors and developers who plan to submit their add-ons to AMO. It tests variables defined in the global window scope, DOM node IDs defined in shared namespaces, properties added to native prototypes, new XPCOM classes and interfaces, JavaScript global augmentation categories, dangerous uses of setInterval, setTimeout, and XMLHttpRequest in chrome code, and remote documents loaded into chrome-privileged windows or iframes. New values for these items are displayed in the status bar or Add-on Bar, as well as reported to the Error Console and the process's standard output when the browser.dom.window.dump.enabled preference is set. New values are detected based on the set that was defined when the extension was first installed. This can be reset at any time from the add-on's Preferences dialog.

Full Specifications

What's new in version 2.11


Release December 12, 2012
Date Added December 12, 2012
Version 2.11

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 2003, Windows 2000, Windows Vista, Windows, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows XP
Additional Requirements Thunderbird 5.0 - 18


Total Downloads 34
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