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> 1. Re: cross-domain security problem in firefox extension
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> 2. Re: How can I set my own text into a browser? (Neil)
> 3. Re: How can I set my own text into a browser? (Ioana Giurgiu)
> 4. Re: How can I set my own text into a browser? (Neil)
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> Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2007 10:12:34 -0300
> From: Chris Jordan
> Subject: Re: cross-domain security problem in firefox extension
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> On 24-Aug-07, at 10:02 AM, Dave Townsend wrote:
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>> dou W wrote:
>>> it seem in Windows IE , the plugin or extension could not do a
>>> xmlhttp
>>> request to remote host which is not the current access web site,
>>> my question is, in firefox, is there still
>>> a cross-domain problem ? if yes, how could i work around it?
>>> thanks

>>
>> If you are running as an extension then your code can access any
>> server
>> it likes. Web content though is restricted to the same host I
>> believe.
>>
>> Dave

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> The cross site script issue is only a problem if the javascript is in
> the Webpage. Javascripts that are in extensions do not suffer from
> this problem.
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> Chris
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> Message: 2
> Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2007 14:36:14 +0100
> From: Neil
> Subject: Re: How can I set my own text into a browser?
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> Ioana Giurgiu wrote:
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>> Thanks for the extensive answers i got for my last post. Indeed,
>> the browser i was referring to is 'messagepane'. But how can I set
>> my own text into the browser (after I read the mail, I want to
>> take the content and add some font colors to certain parts... and
>> then set the modified text back into the browser).
>>
>>

> You can access its .contentDocument property and then do normal DOM
> manipulation from there on.
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> Message: 3
> Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2007 06:46:43 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Ioana Giurgiu
> Subject: Re: How can I set my own text into a browser?
> To: dev-extensions@lists.mozilla.org
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> Ok, so I did something like this:
> document.getElementById('messagepane').contentDocu ment. That
> extracts my content and I can add tags, since it is HTML. But my
> problem is after I put my tags, how do I put the new content in the
> browser?
> I know for editor, you have smth like rebuildDocumentFromSource
> (your_text).
>
> I don't know for browser how this is done.
>
> Regards,
> Ioana
>
> Neil wrote: Ioana Giurgiu wrote:
>
>> Thanks for the extensive answers i got for my last post. Indeed,
>> the browser i was referring to is 'messagepane'. But how can I set
>> my own text into the browser (after I read the mail, I want to
>> take the content and add some font colors to certain parts... and
>> then set the modified text back into the browser).
>>
>>

> You can access its .contentDocument property and then do normal DOM
> manipulation from there on.
>
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> Message: 4
> Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2007 15:21:57 +0100
> From: Neil
> Subject: Re: How can I set my own text into a browser?
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> Ioana Giurgiu wrote:
>
>> Ok, so I did something like this:
>> document.getElementById('messagepane').contentDocu ment. That
>> extracts my content and I can add tags, since it is HTML. But my
>> problem is after I put my tags, how do I put the new content in
>> the browser?
>>

> Well, the lazy way is to read and
> write .contentDocument.body.innerHTML
> otherwise you have to read up on how to use the DOM manipulation
> functions such as .splitText
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> Date: 24 Aug 2007 17:45:20 -0000
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