Skip to comments.Firefox/Chrome Users: Get FR Tree View for Nested Threads on FR!
Posted on 04/09/2010 7:15:31 AM PDT by Dan Nunn
Some of you may know about this gem, but I want to make sure every Firefox and Chrome user knows about the beauty of FR Tree View.
I'm not taking credit for it, I don't know which FReeper wrote the software. But it's amazing! It makes following long, nested threads much easier. See a screen shot here:
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Self-Ping for later!
It doesn't work in my Chrome either. Works on Firefox. But to me, the tree view is the most important part :)
It’s not working on mine either. ??????
Cool! Not fond of the colors but love tree view.
On my computer, the script is located in the following folder:
That's Win7 (and probably Vista configuration). On XP, it might be in C:\Documents and Settings\Username\Application Data\Mozilla\ etc....
Anybody doing this with Linux...Ubuntu or otherwise?
Dan I didn't see anything after installing the script...just did a complete System Restart...leaving Firefox up and when the System came up it all happened....
I am running Linux mint which is build on Ubuntu...
I'd love to try running linux, just to chicken to try it on my only computer. If we ever get another computer, I'll try it out on the old one. I use to play around with one of windows alternatives several years ago. It was freeware, can't for the life of me remember what it was called.
|10||Fast Moving Angel||4.5y||1||0||0.0|
|21||El Gran Salseron||6.7y||1||1||1.0|
Very cool, thanks!
Yup. Fedora FC12-32 and FC12-64 both work fine.
Using Mint Helena 8, looks great!
It is very well done.
You can try it with out installing it on your hard Disk....
Multiple window managers ,...KDE, Gnome, XFCE, LDE ....32 bit or 64 bit versions.
You can go here to download the code http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/13598
You can always just download a 'live' CD. Most distributions have them available. You basically boot your computer off the CD/DVD and can try it out. If you find you don't like it, you can just pop out the disk, reboot, and *poof*, you're right back to your old PC.
Once you do the treeview then it doesn't seem to do anything....probably the way the script runs...
Treeview also rearranges the sequencing of the replies...