98 reviews for this add-on
  • Would give it five stars if it would get updated!!! I run Thunderbird 7 and it still is not updated, and never worked on Thunderbird 6! Update your addon please.

  • I was wondering if it is "that" difficult to update this add-on to the newer FF versions. And if the developer isn't gonna update he might as well leave a note I guess. And since I can't reply without giving a star it gets one allthough a -1 would be better

  • I already using Firefox 6.0 and Thunderbird 6.0, No splash available yet!

    We urgently need something that, as soon as possible after double-clicking the icon -- confirms that FF or TB is being loaded. At times it takes pretty long before anything visible happens. So a splash is really needed!

  • Needs to be updated to FF 4

  • Splash always makes firing up firefox a delight i really hope there's an update for 4.0

  • Hi there. Really great add-on, i've been using it since i found about it ;) even made my on splash screen image (witch i'm sending to you next)
    I'm running Firefox 3.6.12, and when i installed Splash i was using 3.6.12, now the thing is that it says it's not available for 3.6.12, and i wanted to install it on a friend's Firefox without recurring to the "about:config" or somewhere else to make it compatible. Any suggestions??

    PS: It still runs fine on my 3.6.12

  • Please UPDATE for Firefox 4 (final?) Now is FF 3.6.10. Very nice add-on!

  • Please Update This For Version 3.6.8

  • Please update..... it's a really fine program and I enjoy using it. Now I want to continue using it...

  • have it updated please.(>﹏<)

  • Please Update This For Version 3.6.8 .. =(

  • Nice Addon, could work a bit more accurate when detecting loading of the program window.
    Indeed Seamonkey2.0 compatibility is missing in the install.rdf file.

    @bztsilversleeves: You just need to add



    {92650c4d-4b8e-4d2a-b7eb-24ecf4f6b63a}
    2.0
    2.0.*



    to the install.rdf file
    - or -
    set extensions.checkCompatibility to false in about:config

  • How about adding SeaMonkey 2.0 to the compatibilities list? it's a MozDev product after all? Or: what would one have to edit or tweak in the current version to get it to work in SM 2.0.6, for instance?

    BZT

  • This is an awesome add-on! makes me wish Firefox had a native splash screen...

    anyway, this needs be updated for Firefox 4!! please and thanks :)

  • if you can't wait: download the .xpi https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/downloads/latest/2995/addon-2995-latest.xpi , open it with 7zip, edit the install.rdf (edit the version-number to 2.0.2b and the firefox-entry to 3.6.* ) in this way you can use (and update -- if the next official version is uploaded --) it

  • please update!

  • this is great add-on, all thu it needs be updated

  • can you make a version for Firefox 3.6 Please!

  • Great contribution, but the splash screen doesn't show the default png image in Thunderbird 3, please adjust it to work with TB3. TIA.

  • Sucks on successive FF-starts!

    This Splash is nice on the first start, because it gives a feedback when ff is loading the first time. But
    on the second start libs and binaries are cached in RAM and the the Splash!-Screen DELAYS the startup!!!

    To fix this behavior:

    1) go to defaults/preferences/splash.js
    and set "closeWithMainWindow=true;"

    2) this part must be re-enabled in the code to:
    chrome/splash.jar/content/splash.js
    then goto line 110/102 and remove the "//"-Comments.

    That's it.... now the startup is AFAP!

  • Sucks on successive FF-starts!

    This Splash is nice on the first start, because it gives a feedback when ff is loading the first time. But
    on the second start libs and binaries are cached in RAM and the the Splash!-Screen DELAYS the startup!!!

    To fix this behavior:

    1) go to defaults/preferences/splash.js
    and set "closeWithMainWindow=true;"

    2) this part must be re-enabled in the code to:
    chrome/splash.jar/content/splash.js
    then goto line 110/102 and remove the "//"-Comments.

    That's it.... now the startup is AFAP!

  • Sucks on successive FF-starts!

    This Splash is nice on the first start, because it gives a feedback when ff is loading the first time. But
    on the second start libs and binaries are cached in RAM and the the Splash!-Screen DELAYS the startup!!!

    To fix this behavior:

    1) go to defaults/preferences/splash.js
    and set "closeWithMainWindow=true;"

    2) this part must be re-enabled in the code to:
    chrome/splash.jar/content/splash.js
    then goto line 110/102 and remove the "//"-Comments.

    That's it.... now the startup is AFAP!

  • Sucks on successive FF-starts!

    This Splash is nice on the first start, because it gives a feedback when ff is loading the first time. But
    on the second start libs and binaries are cached in RAM and the the Splash!-Screen DELAYS the startup!!!

    To fix this behavior:

    1) go to defaults/preferences/splash.js
    and set "closeWithMainWindow=true;"

    2) this part must be re-enabled in the code to:
    chrome/splash.jar/content/splash.js
    then goto line 110/102 and remove the "//"-Comments.

    That's it.... now the startup is AFAP!

  • Sucks on successive FF-starts!

    This Splash is nice on the first start, because it gives a feedback when ff is loading the first time. But
    on the second start libs and binaries are cached in RAM and the the Splash!-Screen DELAYS the startup!!!

    To fix this behavior:

    1) go to defaults/preferences/splash.js
    and set "closeWithMainWindow=true;"

    2) this part must be re-enabled in the code to:
    chrome/splash.jar/content/splash.js
    then goto line 110/102 and remove the "//"-Comments.

    That's it.... now the startup is AFAP!

  • Il est évident qu'il faut désactiver le splash d'origine :

    Copie le fichier :
    x:\Apps\PortableFirefox\PortableFirefoxCode\PortableFirefox.ini

    vers :
    x:\Apps\PortableFirefox\PortableFirefox.ini

    ( x est a remplacé par la lettre du lecteur de la framakey)

    Edite cette copie et change :
    DisableSplashScreen=false

    par :
    DisableSplashScreen=true

    Et le tour est joué