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Connecting to RDF:bookmarks in XUL

Posted on 2007-04-01
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I am trying to develope an XUL extension to pull the rdf:bookmars file in firefox & display when you right click.  I am having difficulties reading rdf:bookmarks. I am using an example that simply makes a button for each bookmark.  The code is correct, as it was from a mozilla tutorial.  When it runs, the window comes up but is blank (same goes if i tryt o make it a tree).  It's like I cannot connect to the file.  Does anyone have a good tutorial for how to do this??
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Hi,

I don't know if you've already had a look at the XUL tutorial: http://www.renater.fr/Video/ATHENS2006/P/DC-XUL/Slides/Presentation.pdf

It might be worse a look if you haven't seen this XML User-interface Language tutorial yet!


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Raisor
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