Freebase MonstAr
Freebase MonstAr
1.4

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Freebase MonstAr free download for Mac

Freebase MonstAr

1.4
16 July 2014

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Overview

Freebase MonstAr is a Safari Extension that delivers Freebase search results that are typically seen when searching for people, movies, TV shows, artists, etc. on Google. From any Website, simply highlight a Name or Title and use the hotkey, and then click on the Name to see if Wikipedia has further Info for you. Searches:
  • iMDB
  • Spotify
  • Freebase
  • Wikipedia

What's new in Freebase MonstAr

Version 1.4:
  • Added a Match Type Label to each Bubble too indicate the match kind
  • Further Improvements to the Search Logic, to detect better Matches based on Everything Search
  • Added the Changelog Section to the PopOver Window, also auto opens on Extension Updates
  • Added the History Section, each Lookup gets logged here for review later, click on each Item in the List to check details
  • Various UI Improvements
  • More Spacing and Margin added to make the Result Bubbles more clean to view

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1 Freebase MonstAr Reviews

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As of July 14, 2014, I'm not able to properly download the file. When I click on the download link, instead of a download to my disk, I get a web page with logs of garbage text. I'm thinking that maybe the suffix/mime settings may be wrong.
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Version 1.3
As of July 14, 2014, I'm not able to properly download the file. When I click on the download link, instead of a download to my disk, I get a web page with logs of garbage text. I'm thinking that maybe the suffix/mime settings may be wrong.
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Version 1.3
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Atxx
Atxx
16 July 2014
Sorry, as i tried several times, it just works here fine for me, maybe you tweaked your safari Settings a bit too much or your Download Manager makes a mistake, the Server proved the File correctly for me here, download with Safari or Speed Download work well
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Thinking-Differently
Thinking-Differently
17 July 2014
I tried it again from a couple of different machines. The two machines that would not properly download it, were both running 10.6.8 Snow Leopard. Maybe if it was zipped first, or something else?
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Atxx
Atxx
17 July 2014
Nope, its barebone safariext file or whatere it is called, mail me, the dev so i can send it to you via mail
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Thinking-Differently
Thinking-Differently
17 July 2014
Sorry, I think that was a misunderstanding. I'm suggesting, that perhaps if it were zipped before being posted, that Snow Leopard could likely download it.
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Atxx
Atxx
17 July 2014
basically yes, but it also means you need maybe to unzip it first before you can install if you tuned off save file opening in Safari, there are 2 sides of each story, also, i mean Snow Leopard is a bit out of time, it is shown as required because if don't know if leopard supports Safari 5 with Extensions..
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Thinking-Differently
Thinking-Differently
17 July 2014
I don't know either. But, my expectation would be that if Snow Leopard's Safari can't download it, that Leopard's Safari is even less likely to do so. Anyway, thank you for taking the time to develop your application.
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