The 3.5.* compatibile release of QuickProxy has finally been approved by the Mozilla editors, after 6 weeks from the initial release. I hope that the time that this took isn’t going to remain for any future versions that are submitted, specifically for versions that are required for future firefox releases. Those using the previous versions should now be able to auto-update to the latest version through Firefox, or you can get it manually by going here.
I wish to thank all my users for being patient while this process ensued, as I wish there was more that I could do to get it pushed through Mozilla’s approval process.
This does bring some good news, as since the release is now public I can begin development and submission of new versions of QuickProxy, allowing me to work on some of the features that I’ve wanted to implement. I held off development while waiting for this to be approved, as last time I went ahead with dev work the extension got knocked back due to the code structure, and I had to re-write and re-test what I had planned anyway.
I want to give a big thank you to all the people that have donated to the extension through the Mozilla website. I initially developed the extension with no expectations of anything in return for the work, so just the fact that some of the users have found value in this extension has made me feel that I’ve accomplished my initial goals with the extension.