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|User since||April 8, 2009|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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For me this is must-have. It saves precious vertical space, which is especially useful, if you have a limited vertical resolution. In most cases I can think of the title bar is a waste of space anyway. I hope this add on will continue to be maintained in the future.
Dieses Add-on ist an sich eine sehr gute Idee, aber es funktioniert nur gelegentlich, meistens aber gar nicht. Da es seit über einem Jahre kein Update mehr gab, gehe ich davon aus, dass es nicht weiter entwickelt wird. Schade.
It works as promised and removes annoying double-posts and updated headlines.
I like the minimalistic approach but what is a feature for some user (ignore Text left of a colon) is kind of a bug for me. I would like an option to disable (or change) this, because headlines often contain a colon and my favoured news-feed does not use a colon-separated prefix anyway.
Accidentally moving a folder can take a lot of time and can even hang TB. This little add on asks if you really want to move the folder. This behavior should be standard for Thunderbird. ConfirmFolderMove is a must-have add-on.This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Pro: This add-on ist very useful when restoring a session, because tabs are no longer loaded all at once (often making the computer unusable for a minute or two). Instead only one tab is loaded on start-up and all other tabs are loaded once you click them.
Con: Un-loading a tab does not seem to free any memory (according to WinXP task-manager).
Sometimes when you log off ebay account A and log in to another account B, for example to create an auction, you end up creating the auction in account A, because for some reason ebay doesn't log you out completely (BTW ebay hasn't addressed this problem for years). I use "selectivecookiedelete" to really log off in ebay by deleting all cookies containing "ebay". You don't even have to click "log out" any more ;-)This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.5.1-signed).
Just what I was looking for. Works well, didn't cause any problems for me.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.5.0).
@tezzat: In TB3 you can rename attachments without any add-on
What is wrong here? Like ChrisC47 wrote, the author published version 0.5.0 in 2008 but here is still the outdated 0.4.5? Please get this thing updated, because it does exactly what I was looking for! PS: I use TB 220.127.116.11.3
The settings dialog doesn't work
This addon ist very helpful when reading larger texts. I wonder why there aren't any more similar add-ons yet.
Some improvements are still needed:
-The settings-dialog only leads to a xml-error-page
-instead of alt+R I would prefer to enable focusreader via context menu (or drag and drop)
-width of focussed area sould be adjustable
-option to enable focusreader by default
Does exactly what it's supposed to do. Prevents accidental moving of folders - should be a standard option in TB!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0).
Good work! The add-on works and didn't cause any problem for me. Like user "double-six" I also think, that it would be better to include the "rename attachment" button into the context-menu when right-clicking the attached file.
Just what I needed!
Just what I needed!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.6.080815).
Thank you Christopher, for the great add-on. Works really well and should be part of Thunderbird by default! BUT: Please allow it to work together with "correct identity" (or include its functionality). That would be perfect :-)This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.84).
Great Add-On! Should be included in Thunderbird by default. BUT: Please, Dennis, try to make it work together with the Add-On "Folder account" (or include it's functions).This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3.1).