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Game server alerts from your browser!

This handy extension for Mozilla Firefox, Mozilla Thunderbird, and SeaMonkey will keep you constantly up to date with the status of JSW:O games registered with Ovine's server.

Once installed, the application will check in with Ovine at regular intervals to get the latest info on all running game servers, with alerts configured to popup whenever something changes.

Full details of all servers, games, and players can be viewed via a status bar tooltip, while the status bar itself displays the total number of running servers.

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In addition, you can choose to ignore passworded servers, and configure the various events which trigger alerts (including receiving popups when certain players join or leave!)

Installation Instructions

JSW:O Alert version 1.4.3 requires Mozilla Firefox 3.0 (or above), which can be obtained by clicking the button below. It can also be installed for Mozilla Thunderbird 2.0 (or above) or SeaMonkey 2.0 (or above)

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You can download JSW:O Alert for Mozilla Firefox 3.0 (or above), Mozilla Thunderbird 2.0 (or above), and SeaMonkey 2.0 (or above), to install at your leisure, by clicking the button below (download size is meagre 84.7kb).

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Firefox / SeaMonkey: Choose "Open File" from the File menu, then locate/select the file you downloaded and click OK.

Thunderbird: Open Add-ons from the Tools menu, click the Install button, then locate/select the file you downloaded and click OK.

For those of you who like instructions, a complete user manual for the extension is available in Adobe PDF format by clicking the link below (385.4kb download).

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Bug Reports? Suggestions?

If you get any problems, find bugs, have questions not covered in the manual, or have suggestions for improvements or features, send an email to:

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When reporting bugs, the more information you can give us (like what you did before it all went mental), the quicker we can identify and fix the problem.

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