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Firefox Extension for coComment!

I have put up the Firefox Extension for coComment! I and a few friends have been using it for a day now and it seems to work fine!

Download coComment! for FirefoxDownload coComment! for Firefox

coComment! for Firefox allows you to coComment! from the right-click context menu and is of great help especially when commenting in a pop-up window where you can't access your bookmarks.

Also, with this extension you will not have to move from the comment area to your bookmarks to click the 'bookmarklet' and then back, before you click the submit button on the blog. With this extension, you can directly move on to the submit button after writing the comment and merely hit the right click 'activating' coComment before submitting the post. Simple Fitts' law and it makes your browsing experience a great deal better and faster.

Let me know what you think of it!


Tara said…
Could the extension do what the greasemonkey script does, ie permanent enabling of cocomment if the blog accepts it?
enginerd said…
I am afraid this one doesn't do that. I'll be looking for a way out.
Andrei said…
If I saw this before the Greasemonkey script then I would try it.

Since the Greasemonkey script require no thinking - and I LOVE not thinking - and I saw it first, I'll stick with it.

Good try, though.
ignazio said…
I've tried it on my Blogger blog comments pop-up window. The right click works fine but when I send the comment next message is shown: "Could not obtain the post url from this blog page"

enginerd said…
I just checked out the coComment! forum. Looks like "cocomment does currently not support pop-up windows for comments."
djchuang said…
This is incredible! Thanks for putting this extension together.. it can only get better, I'm sure! :)
nicolas said…
thanks guys,
we extending the support of coComment asap and learn really a lot from your feedabcks.
Patrick said…
Hello there - links dead at the top of this page?
Matthew said…
Thanks, this makes it even easier
enginerd said…
Patrick, which link?
Ceta Mac said…
ah, a right-click before comment posting, maybe easier to be forgotten than a bookmarket button. Even so, I often forget push the button before posting the comments.
rabsteen said…
thanks a lot, i was waiting for this!!!
Scott said…
What does "coComment" mean?
豬小草 said…
Many thanks for ths extension!
Qwerty said…
you rock mate! thanks

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