# Position-Saving Bookmarker
## Add-On for XUL-Capable Web Browsers
by Apollia - [http://apollia.com/](http://apollia.com/)
12:46:30 02/11/2019. I started building this in Oct./Nov. 2016, but somehow never got around to releasing it until now.
It's not 100% done yet, but is actually useable, at least if you have a XUL-capable web browser such as [http://palemoon.org/](http://palemoon.org), or old versions of Firefox prior to Firefox 57.
However, I haven't yet tried it in versions of Pale Moon beyond 27.4.1, or versions of Firefox beyond 45.0.2.
<br>Thanks to the original creators of a very helpful example web browser add-on repo, which made it much easier for me to get started building my own add-on.
Thanks to Oxygen Team - [http://www.oxygen-icons.org/](http://www.oxygen-icons.org/) - for this add-on's icon, which I found here:
[IconArchive.com](http://iconarchive.com/) says it's under the [GNU Lesser General Public License](https://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl-3.0.en.html).
And this page - [https://techbase.kde.org/Projects/Oxygen/Licensing](https://techbase.kde.org/Projects/Oxygen/Licensing) - says the license's version is LGPL3.
<br>I slightly modified the icon in the following ways, using GIMP 2.8.4 (GNU Image Manipulation Program):
* I went to the Colors menu, chose Hue-Saturation, and set Hue to 47, Lightness to -26, and Saturation to 100.
* I cropped some of the icon's empty background space, thereby shrinking the icon from 128x128 to 110x110.
* I created 32x32 and 16x16 versions of the icon by going to the Image menu and choosing Scale Image.
However, I made the current icon while using [Redshift](http://non24.com/blog/software/redshift-a-wonderful-alternative-to-the-f-lux-screen-tinting-software-7.shtml#blogtoc) to tint my screen.
With Redshift, it's a nice deep purple, but without Redshift, it looks excessively blue.
So, hopefully someday I'll get around to making a less blue version which looks nice even without Redshift.