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Topic: DanbooruUp, tag completion for Firefox, Chrome, Opera

Posted under General

Kikimaru

The add-on isn't updating tags in Firefox, but it's working OK in Chrome.

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  • v571866

    Kikimaru said:

    The add-on isn't updating tags in Firefox, but it's working OK in Chrome.

    Try reverting back to the default update url.

    It worked for me.

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  • Toks

    Kikimaru said:

    http://danbooru.donmai.us/cache/tags.json connects but doesn't download any new tags.

    Have you tried this?

    Toks said:

    I managed to get it working by first clearing the entire tag history ("Clear tags"), and then updating. (And /cache/tags.json is the only address that will work.)

    There seems to be a bug that prevents it from downloading new tags until the old ones are deleted.

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  • Kikimaru

    Toks said:

    Have you tried this?

    There seems to be a bug that prevents it from downloading new tags until the old ones are deleted.

    That works, thanks.

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  • Apollyon

    Toks said:

    Have you tried this?

    There seems to be a bug that prevents it from downloading new tags until the old ones are deleted.

    I can also confirm that this works for me.

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  • Toks

    That looks like a bug with the site, since /cache/tags.json shouldn't 404.

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  • Toks

    /cache/tags.json is fixed. Try updating with it again.

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  • Apollyon

    Toks said:

    /cache/tags.json is fixed. Try updating with it again.

    /cache/tags.json is functioning properly again. I picked up 194817 tags after Clearing Tags and Updating.

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  • v571866

    Toks said:

    /cache/tags.json is fixed. Try updating with it again.

    amasingly, /tags.json is fixed as well.

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  • Kenaya

    After today update Nightly build uses a new cache "cache2". That means they completely disabled cache v1 API. So DanbooruUp stopped working. Here's the link that explains how to work new API. Can anyone update DanbooruUp?

    I think sooner or later this feature will stick to main Firefox.

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  • RaymooHakurei

    I'm having a bit of problems in the past few weeks with the plug in, as in everytime I open my firefox, I get a this pop http://imgur.com/F343YJ1

    Does anyone know the problem? removing and reinstalling the plug in doesn't help btw

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  • Schrobby

    It's probably related to the removal of the cache API. Try using Firefox 31 ESR.

    Sure would be nice if someone updates DanbooruUp.

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  • Tonny890

    Looks like there's a problem with uploading, starting today I've been getting various "Something Broke" messages from various sources.

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  • Schrobby

    Since the current Firefox ESR also doesn't have the needed API anymore I recommend the Firefox fork Palemoon. It's also a valid alternative for all those other AddOns that will soon stop working with regular Firefox since Mozilla seems to want to ruin that browser for good.

    Oh, and Palemoon has a 64bit release.

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  • wareya

    Have fun with your security holes.

    Just one more kick in the gut is the fact that Opera is refusing to open-source Presto.

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  • Fred1515

    Vivaldi seems to be coming along nicely. Still needs quite some time before a decent version comes out though.

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