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Did exactly as I needed. Was having a devil of a time saving a page as PDF using Chrome or Firefox -- tried pdfit - worked perfectly. Thanks!
Tip: If you use Excel, save your CSV as an "MS-DOS Comma Separated (.csv)." Any other of the CSV choice in Excel will fail.
Request: Add a "cancel" feature to the mailmerge process. On those occasions when the CSV file is incorrect, MailMerge hangs, cannot be stopped or closed, and Thunderbird must be force-quit. Quite a pain in the petard. Have a "Cancel" feature that can be invoked during a failing merge would be huge.
used to work well. no longer. calls a nitro page - which has apparently moved: "We're sorry, mate! That page cannot be found."
OpenSearch breaks switching between tabs using keyboard shortcuts (i.e. CTRL-PgUp and CTRL-PgDn)
Mozilla pushed Thunderbird 15 to me today, which I installed along with Lightning 1.7.
Some very cool new features (like integrated chat and slick new UI)
BUT – Tbrd 15/Ltng 1.7 broke my Google calendar integration. I could no longer create events and could not dismiss events already in my calendar. Essentially, all the write functions to my Google calendars were broken.
THERE IS A FIX!
Posted by Darth8878 on August 28, 2012
Thunderbird 15, Lightning 1.7 – Google calender broken UNTIL I stumbled upon the 0.16pre version of provider here: http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/calendar/lightning/candidates/1.7b3-candidates/build1/unsigned/win32/gdata-provider.xpi
I wrote a little blog post on how to install the fix here: