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|User since||May 15, 2008|
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Many thanks to the developer for bringing this to Firefox. A major add on for me and I have been using it for long. Came here today due to recent problem with this add on (Oops! Something went wrong trying to start Internote) but the new version (3.02) fixed it and I'm so grateful !
This addon does not work. At least not with the recent versions of TB. I need to create lists of clients using complex email searches from within my messages directories. My wish is to make a search, select all messages found in the search, right click them and see an option to export all "recipients" and/or "senders" to a csv file or text file or whatever simple list format to create lists and/or to a TB address book. Anyone able ? This is really missing.This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Where can I find a simple and detailed method of creating buttons with this addon? I'm not a programmer (but I'm not a newbie either) so I need instructions!!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.0.5.2).
Seems to work well, but the toolbafr button lacks customization options, it's too big and it eats up a lot of screen real estate. A pop up listing the options would work better for me as unique tool bar button for this extension. Another thing, where are the emails stored after your "send them later" ? they are not in the "unsent" folder.
If those two things where corrected, I'd give it 4 or 5 stars.
I used to be an Internote user when it was compatible with the latest FireFox (it no longer is) and was missing a lot the tool until I found this one.
In my personal opinion, xsticky is not exactly as good as Internote (as Internote was lighter, less bulky, quicker and more flexible) but it is still very good and it does the job.
One question :
Can you please indicate where (in which file) does xsticky store the data ? Knowing this will allow me to back-up my notes since I'm starting to have quite a lot of stickies here and there now.
I'm a developer and I use this tool all the time to monitor the changes needed on the pages I manage, it's great! Many thanks for your work!
I used to think I could rely on this add-on to secure my Firefox setup. That is before the need came to restore my profile. Forget it, this add-on does not do what it says it does, trying to restore a profile hangs with a progress window forever and nothing happens. It's useless and worse, it's letting you down when you thought you could rely on it. So basically I'm left with no back up of my setup. Way to go FEBE !This review is for a previous version of the add-on (6.3.2).
It's a GREAT extension, but it does make TB hang and even crash. Please fix it, I'd love to use it, I deactivated it until the code is reviewed and updated.
I think this addon is very useful although it misses the important feature of being able to save the crawled result as a text file or csv file to import directly into another email system or program without the need to export form the Thunderbird address book. This option would give a lot of extra power to this tool and all the freedom to the user.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.8.0).
This addon is useful but it's a real weakness that the keys are not configurable but the user. This is especially true for the use of the "J" key that is already configured by defaults in ThunderBird to send the selected email to the Junk folder. Now suddenly with this addon installed, the key becomes a "move selection" command. That's weird. Why not allow the user to assign his own key to the command? Much more complicated? Thanks anyways for your work, I'm still going to use the addon but I'm hoping for an update to solve this problem.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.6).
Could you explain a little more what this extension does ?
I'm looking for something that will allow renaming windows titles, both for the windows AND its occurrence in the taskbar. I'm so much looking forward to replacing the useless "Compose:" I see everywhere in my taskbar with something more relevant like the title of the email message being composed....
Regarding my last comment, I'm sorry, it does work in the igoogle page, where it does not work is in my igoogle sidebar addon, that is where i would like it to work, as this is the place form which I access my igoogle widgets.
it does not work for me, what a shame, this goggle little addition is sooo annoying!
Great add-on BUT the calendar integration into Gmail (which would be my preffered feature in this add-on) does not work, it simply opens a sidebar on the right and stays forever with a "Loading Agenda..." mention at the top.
What a shame...
This add-on would be really nice for me if it did behave the right way, that is, displaying its left column (the only one I'm enabling the add-on to show) to the same width as it is on the igoogle webpage. I posted this bug on the developer's blog/site (issue #54). It would also be great if it did reload it's content automatically according to a customizable user setting. I find this add-on to be the only way for me useful to use Igoogle, I would love to see those features fixed. BUT it seems some people do not have this problem with the width so set it up and see for yourself, it's a great addition to Firefox for anyone who uses igoogle.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3.6).
This add-on would have been perfect for me BUT, sadly, each time I download messages it seems to rebuilt it's library. I manage a very large amount of mail, this library (or index) building process takes forever and it significantly slows down my Thunderbird application making it useless to use. I uninstalled the add-on but I really hope this will be fixed so I can install it again and use it in the future.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.510).
I installed this update hoping to be able to use it to save email messages in Thunderbird. It does not seem to do that as I only get the FavLoc options when I want to save attachments. I rarely need to do this. But I very ofter need to save email messages in folders of my office network. So this addon does not work for me, I do not understand why message saving is not enabled in the addon, it would then have been perfect for me then.
Please, ANYONE !! Develop the version for Firefox V3 ASAP, it is a must for all of us who started working with this add-on and now moved to FF3. We count on you !This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.1.5).