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   <h2>Annozilla 0.3.5 Installation</h2>
   <ul class="spaced">
   <li>Firstly <a href="javascript:triggerURL('http://downloads.mozdev.org/annozilla/annozilla-0-3-5.xpi');">install the package</a>, now at version 0.3.5.
   <li>Please then <b>restart your browser</b> and return to this page to continue
   installation.
   <li>If this is the first time you have installed Annozilla, make sure your
   sidebar is visible, and go to this URL:
   <pre>chrome://annozilla/content/addpanel.xul</pre>
   This will add Annozilla to your sidebar panel.
   <li>Now go to the preferences window (Edit -&gt; Preferences -&gt; Annozilla) and set the server, user name and password. Please note:
   <ul>
   <li>You will need to have an account with an annotation server.
   To try the W3C test server, get an account at <a href="http://annotest.w3.org/access">http://annotest.w3.org/access</a>.
   <li>The "Server" preference should be set to the URL of the annotation server. (For example, the W3C test server is at http://annotest.w3.org/annotations.)
   <li><b>NB</b> when you request the body of an annotation, you will be asked for your user name and password again, this is because the body of the annotation is retrieved by a different mechanism. You can use Password Manager to remember the values here though.
   <li>If you are using the W3C test server, then you can probably find some annotations attached to <a href="http://www.w3.org/2001/Annotea/">the Annotea page</a>.
   </ul>
   <li>You can also configure:
   <ul>
   <li>whether the annotations, when you select them, appear in an area in the sidebar, or in a new browser window
   <li>whether to (a) try to determine the text that the annotation applies to, and (b) insert an icon in the main browser window to indicate the annotation.
   <li>whether to load annotation bodies in an area of the sidebar, or in a new window
   </ul>
   <li>For languages, the options are these:
   <ul>
   <li>You can specify "only view annotations in my preferred language". This only
   affects annotations which have a language specified.
   <li>You can decide whether or not to view annotations without any language
   information specified. (At the moment, I think that Annozilla is the only Annotea client which can specify the language of annotations).
   </ul>
   </ul>
   
   <h2>Annozilla Annotations Service Installation</h2>
   
<!-- MAIN CONTENT --><p>This is an <b>experimental</b> set of code that may see inclusion in
<p><b>Installation</b></p>      Annozilla 0.5.  You would install this <b>instead</b> of 0.3.5,
<p>Here's the procedure for installation. <b>Please note</b> that the syntax      not concurrently with it.  It is currently tested to work 
for XUL (Mozilla's user interface language) has changed recently, and the                  with versions of Mozilla from 1.0 to 1.2.1. Phoenix
preferences window here will only work for the old syntax - so 0.8.1 builds                  support is not yet included.  It adds multiple server support, local
will be OK, but more recent nightly builds will not work.  <a      server support, enhanced icon insertion, and icon insertion without
href="mailto:matthew@mjwilson.demon.co.uk">Mail me</a> if this is a                  running the sidebar, among other things.</p>
problem.</p> 
   
 <ul>  <ul>
<li>Firstly <a href="#" onclick="triggerURL('http://annozilla.mozdev.org/annozilla.xpi');">install the package</a>.<li>First <a href="javascript:installPackages({'Annozilla alpha
<li>Next you will have to restart your browser.                      test':'annozillaAlpha.xpi', 'Annotations
<li>Now go to this URL:                      Service':'annotations.xpi', 'XPointerLib
<pre>chrome://annozilla/content/addpanel.xul</pre>                      0.4':'http://xpointerlib.mozdev.org/xpointerlib.xpi'});">install the necessary packages</a>.</li>
This will add Annozilla to your sidebar panel.<li>Please then <b>restart your browser</b> and return to this page to continue
<li>Finally go to the preferences window (Edit -&gt; Preferences -&gt; Annozilla) and set the server, user name and password. <b>NB</b> when you request the body of an annotation, you will be asked for your user name and password again, this is because the body of the annotation is retrieved by a different mechanism. You can use Password Manager to remember the values here though.installation.</li>
 <li>Now go to the preferences window (Edit -&gt; Preferences -&gt;
                     Annozilla).  The Viewing Preferences will give you
                     two options for viewing annotations.  You may view
                     annotations in the Annozilla sidebar tab <b>AND/OR</b> view them as
                     icons inserted into your browser window.</li>
 <li>Next, set up your Server Preferences.  You will need to have an account with an annotation server.
 To try the W3C test server, get an account at <a
                       href="http://annotest.w3.org/access">http://annotest.w3.org/access</a> You may also download or install your own server. See <a href="http://www.w3.org/2001/Annotea/">the Annotea page</a> for more information.</li>
 </ul>  </ul>

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