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It's useless for me as it's impossible to set up the position of signature if answering (I use signature above quote). Don't understand why it can't be done... Pity.

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first of all, let me tell you that I love this extension. I use it constantly to automatically switch signature flawlessly when I choose to switch a sending account. used to work perfect in the past, and it still does when composing HTML messages (well, it enters an extra carriage return when inserting the new signature, although I can live with that), but it has recently stopped working for plain-text messages: it just adds the account's signature at the bottom of the message, and if I choose to deactivate signature it only removes the last signature inserted. any ideas why this is happening? is it a TB3.1 issue, or could it be a SS1.6.6 problem?

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This add-on would be perfect if it had the option to put the signature ABOVE the quote.

It's also a little buggy when trying to add images (ie. logos) into the signature.

Having said that, this is a very useful add-on despite the issues stated above.

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On 8 July 2010, the developer posted ver. 1.6.6 on his web site and I would expect that it will be available here soon. Said to fix the 3.1 compatibility issues. See Developer Comments above for URL.

Good news, as this extension provides essential functionality for those who use TB for business.

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using the (usb)portable version of thunderbird, is it possible to specify paths to sig files relative to the executable?
if so how?

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I can confirm that: uninstalling TB 3.1, installing TB 3.05, setting up Signature Switch, installing TB 3.1 again works for me.

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3.1 Compatibility? Ohodnoceno 4 z 5 hvězdiček

Getting "chrome registration failed" errors attempting to install in TB 3.1. But on another 3.1 machine that had Sig Switch installed prior to 3.1 upgrade, it continues to work.

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Confirming: It doesn't work with TB 3.1! Same symptoms here like Escuincle has it.

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Big fan of this app - if only it worked with Thunderbird 3.1! As noted, you can't find the icon in the 'customise tool bar' window.

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Confirming: It doesn't work with TB 3.1! Same symptoms here like Escuincle has it.

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... confirming larry54's problem.
I can't use the add-on with TB 3.1 either. Klicking the options button in the add-on window freezes it up. The signature switch icon can't be added to the compose window toolbar because it doesn't show up in the "customize toolbar" window.
I'd be more than happy for any kind of fix/update/workaround.

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This wonderful add-on doesn't work with TB 3.1 :(. The options button in add-ons window just freezes up when you click on it and the toolbar button isn't present in the compose window.

Possible to update it?

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Great Extension Ohodnoceno 5 z 5 hvězdiček

It does what it is suppose to do ! Great Add-on

Thanks you Achim

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Beautiful, does what its supposed to do.

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Excellent. You can add file signatures, such as HTML files. Does the work.

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It works if you understand how to use it. Ohodnoceno 5 z 5 hvězdiček

Signatures go at the bottom of the page. Headers go at the top of the page. If you want your stuff at the top of the page, then I'd suggest that you look for a header add on or find a stationery add on.

Please stop criticizing the developer of programs for writing a program that does EXACTLY what it's supposed to do. If your used to the the bug that was in Outlook causing it to put the signature improperly at the top then please use that instead.

If you want a larger font or a line break or any other formatting then learn to use HTML but stop complaining when you don't know how to use a program. It works just as advertised. You just need to learn how to use it if these are your complaints.

Read the authors FAQ if you don't understand something BEFORE you start complaining. You can read it here.
http://mozext.achimonline.de/signatureswitch_faq.php

I'm sure that people will keep complaining about what they don't understand, but I guess there's just no helping people like that.

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wonderful, support html signatures format, switching without problems in single click... essential addon

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2 thumbs down
1. Can't figure how to insert line breaks - so signatures are a continuous line of text.
2. Signatures are treated same as Thunderbird's signatures - i.e. in small grey font. So don't see the point for this add-on when TB 3.0 suffers same fault.
3. As others have already mentioned - instead of inserting signature at the cursor point or end of your message, it always places signature at the end of the message.

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I don't know why everyone is complaining about the developer or the extension. This extension does exactly what it's supposed to do, and that is to comply with the IETF's RFC 1845. It supports text sig blocks and also more complex HTML sig blocks the way I would expect it to support them. In other words, it works.

Regardless of what people think about this extension not supporting top posting, it works as it was intended to work and, for the most part, works well. You shouldn't drop your rating because you don't like bottom posting. After all, bottom posting is still the Internet e-mail standard. Suppose you like interleaved posting. Are you going to rate this extension lower because it doesn't support interleaved posting? Interleaved posting, just like top posting, isn't part of RFC 1845, either.

I'm not sure about this, but I believe top posting was propagated by Outlook and it top posted due to a bug, not by design. Imagine buggy software coming from Micro$oft!

Be that as it may, I think most people top post because that is the way Outlook worked and they got used to it. Plain and simple.

An RFC is not a standard. It's a recommendation. So maybe this developer is a little opinionated. The fact of the matter is that, in Internet e-mail parlance, a signature always appears at the very end of an e-mail and is always preceded by two dashes followed by a new line code. E-mail servers, if configured properly, recognize the double dash followed by a new line code as the beginning of a signature block, or the beginning of the end of an e-mail.

The developer could, if he wanted, support top posting by developing code that would insert a signature block without prepending two dashes followed by a new line code, perhaps prepending only a blank line or some other codes (like a double equal sign or double tilde) that an e-mail server would not interpret as a true signature block. That is how Evolution, the Mac version of Outlook developers chose to implement top posting. He could also support interleaved posting, too, if he were so inclined. It probably wouldn't be too much more difficult to write that logic than the logic to support top posting.

Many of the IETF's RFCs were written in the early-to-mid 1990s when many people used dial-up and people paid their ISPs by the minute. It was more efficient to read e-mails from top-to-bottom because the natural flow was preserved by bottom posting. Corporate America uses top posting partly because of Outlook's bug but also because the most recent and relevant information appears at the top of a business e-mail; if someone needs to know the history of the communication, he or she knows enough to read the e-mail from the bottom up. There's really no big deal.

Not that my opinion means anything, but I think many of the IETF's RFCs that date back to the "beginning" of the general public's use of the Internet need to be revisited, especially those that make recommendations for Internet e-mail.

Maybe Achim will read this review and have second thoughts about his stance... and, then again, maybe he won't.

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The fact that you have to create the signatures as files manually is a big drawback.
I created my signatures as UTF8 files using textedit on the mac, but when i insert them the æøå charectores are encoded incorrectly. Editing the files and saving them in a differet format didn't change the signatures (i pressed the edit button in the extension), picking a different file didn't change it, even on reboot the signature still was the same when i originaly picked the file.
Bottom posting is also a big issue.

Tato recenze je pro předchozí verzi doplňku (1.6.5).