FlashTracer 2.1.0

Thanks to Chad Upton who sent me some suggestions on how to improve FlashTracer I recently updated this extension adding some new features beside those already installed.
Now it is possible to define rules ( using the options panel ), which allow you to style the output messages (defining font-weight, font-style, color and text underline); they can work also like a filter to discard all the messages which don’t match the rules.

Here a screenshot of the new rules panel:

I also took advantage of this update to write the extension from scratch. It was my first extension and so the code wasn’t so clear, moreover I learnt how to use xul commands and observers.
I tested this extension on Vista, Ubuntu 7.10 and OSX 10.4. Here some screenshots of the running extension on those different OS:

Note. In some case you should first remove the mm.cfg file first. In Windows and linux it is placed into the user folder, in OSX you can find it under “/Library/Application Support/Macromedia”

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P.S. Remember that you need the flash player debug.

UPDATE: A new flash tracer called fbtracer has been released. This new extension is integrated into Firebug. Read more here

SE|PY MAC mailing list added

Due to the growing requests for help on compiling sepy on mac I’ve decided to create a dedicated mailing list.
By the way, I hope to make some tests on a mac by the end of this summer, i really would like to offer a product as much as possible cross-platform.. actually the big problem for me is that i haven’t a mac
These are the current mailing list for SE|PY:

Compile and develop SEPY on MAC system

discussions about SE|PY develpement, features, python-flash related

If you want to be informed on cvs commits