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Re: [tor-talk] Tor Flashproxy Badge as Firefox Extension

Hi Christian!

  I don't have firefox on this computer right now, but I just wanted to
pipe up and say that this is cool. There are some ways in Firefox to run
pages in the background while the browser is open. If your extension hasn't
incorporated that ability, it is worth looking into =)

  Definitely put the code on Github!  I've been working on a Firefox
version of Cupcake for a while, but is a bit on the backburner at the


On Sat, Mar 23, 2013 at 2:31 PM, Christian Sturm <reezer@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I really like Cupcake for Chrome and recommended it to many friends.
> However, I didn't have a simple way to do this on Firefox, so I thought I'd
> create something like that.
> Since I never ever created an extension before and it's really just a few
> lines of code that should turn on the cookie and adds the badge it doesn't
> look really good.
> Currently it's basically what the iframe does (+adding the flashproxy
> browser cookie, so it still works, should it become opt-in only). I hope it
> is helpful to people using Firefox and want a quick way to become a relay.
> Sorry it doesn't look really good yet.
> I might put the code on GitHub or so later.
> https://addons.mozilla.org/de/**firefox/addon/tor-flashproxy-**badge/<https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/tor-flashproxy-badge/>
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