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|Ligging||Cleveland, Ohio, US|
|Gebruiker sedert||March 5, 2007|
|Aantal byvoegings ontwikkel||1 byvoeging|
|Gemiddelde gradering van ontwikkelaar se byvoegings||Rated 5 out of 5 stars|
Byvoegings wat ek gemaak het
Simple and to the point Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Was looking for a way to manage all the many folders I have and was annoyed that you could mark a folder as a favorite but to actually show that view required a lot of clicking. Now it's just a single button I can click to switch between the two views. This is now the second extension in thunderbird (enigmail was first). Maybe in a few years I'll find another one...
BTW for those that may have trouble finding it. It's not added to your toolbar by default so you have to right click on toolbar and choose customize and you'll see it at the bottom of the list.
Still needs work Rated 3 out of 5 stars
What is there works but for example I use the read later feature all the time. Also I made another bookmarklet that will mark the read later as private. I haven't seen any extension that implements the private read later.
So instead of having all the options in a dropdown if they were added as extra toolbar icons this would be much more useful. Also please add private read later.
I've semi taken over updates Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Like others I found this to be an extremely useful addon for my cookie managment workflow. So I've taken control over updating it for new versions.
Search for "permit-cookies" on github and my project (under vrillusions) is the only project available. Or the direct link to the downloads page: https://github.com/vrillusions/permit-cookies/downloads
I only plan to bump the maxversion and make any necessary changes from one version to the next without adding any additional functionality since I like the "do one thing and do it well" approach.