two plugins I already miss in Leopard

psychofreak

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Inquisitor! I may have to not upgrade...

SafariStand is not yet compatible, and I have heard the same about httpmail...

Here is an old article on DW's blog about the future of Inquisitor on Leopard...its a plugin thats good enough to switch someone to Safari....
 

benj07

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The first is mail.appetizer and the second is Inquisitor. Will there be updated versions for these great plugins?
Instead of mail.appetizer, try Growl with GrowlMail. That should work fine in Leopard.
 

byakuya

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Inquisitor! I may have to not upgrade...

SafariStand is not yet compatible, and I have heard the same about httpmail...

Here is an old article on DW's blog about the future of Inquisitor on Leopard...its a plugin thats good enough to switch someone to Safari....
true...I am one of those safari users because of inquisitor...

I guess I'll be using firefox when I switch to leopard...

byakuya
 

benj07

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Oct 26, 2007
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true...I am one of those safari users because of inquisitor...

I guess I'll be using firefox when I switch to leopard...

byakuya
Yeah, Inquisitor, sadly, is done for.

Growl on the other hand, I expect will be updated to work with Leopard.
 

snowman51

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Oct 27, 2007
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Inquisitor IS compatible with Leopard !!!

Listen up! Inquisitor is NOT dead. Simply get PlugSuit at http://millenomi.altervista.org/PlugSuit/

Once installed, it gives inquisitor to use the input manager stuff it needs, which is turned off by default in leopard. It'll make your other safari plugins will work too, since they probably rely on the same mechanism.

Now, has anyone figured out how to get growlMail working?
 

yetanotherdave

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Apr 27, 2007
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Listen up! Inquisitor is NOT dead. Simply get PlugSuit at http://millenomi.altervista.org/PlugSuit/

Once installed, it gives inquisitor to use the input manager stuff it needs, which is turned off by default in leopard. It'll make your other safari plugins will work too, since they probably rely on the same mechanism.

Now, has anyone figured out how to get growlMail working?
not the two that I want, namely acidsearch and saft.
I really hope they both get updated soon.
 

jesstech

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Jun 12, 2007
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Um... what? You guys, Inquisitor was re-packaged for Leopard days before Leopard's release. Just upgrade to the latest version.

Even Saft has been updated for Leopard now. Most inputmanagers will still work, despite what you may have heard. They just need to be packaged differently to live up to Leopard's security measures.
 

spyker3292

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Um... what? You guys, Inquisitor was re-packaged for Leopard days before Leopard's release. Just upgrade to the latest version.

Even Saft has been updated for Leopard now. Most inputmanagers will still work, despite what you may have heard. They just need to be packaged differently to live up to Leopard's security measures.
Yup, I'm very confused with this thread. Here you go!
 

dstein

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Nov 5, 2007
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Just update Inquisitor...I found it after getting my new MBP after finding out Acidsearch isnt working yet:mad:
 

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petvas

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I installed it but how do I activate it? Before I could activate it using the preferences of Safari. Now the option is not there. I have tried that on both my macs
 

typer16452

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not the two that I want, namely acidsearch and saft.
I really hope they both get updated soon.
Yeah AcidSearch is my favorite. I don't understand why more people don't talk about it, and encourage (and/or pay) the developer to continue working on it. (Just being able to right-click highlighted text and dump it into a customized search engine is incredible to me.)
 
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