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|User since||March 25, 2008|
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Reply all broken in TB 17.02 Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I've been using this add-on for a very long time and it always worked like a charm! So generally: thumbs up!
However, recently, I noticed the Reply-all button does no longer work as expected. When using this button, only contacts which were in the to-field of the original message will get the reply; CC-ed contacts will not.
Using TB 17.02 on Ubuntu 12.04
Works nice on Thundrbird, but Lightning support can be improved Rated 4 out of 5 stars
This plugin is a real space-saver on smaller screen... The only flaw I'm experiencing, is it lacks support for Lightning's 'edit event' dialog... Would be nice to have this added!!
Breaks reply-all in Thunderbird 13 Rated 2 out of 5 stars
In Thunderbird 13, clicking on the reply-all button behaves like clicking on reply button after installing this extension...This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Works like a charm! (pre.: Reply-all broken) Rated 5 out of 5 stars
The extension isn't broken after all. It appeared to be an other extension which makes reply-all behave incorrectly... Granted this on the 5 stars it deserves...
I've been a users of this plugin for a long time and would have rated it 5 stars (sorry for not effectively doing that). But as of version 13 of Thunderbird (running on Ubuntu), reply-all is broken...
Does what it'supposed to do Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Works nicely and almost perfect. One small bug prevents a message from beeing marked as read when the reply-all button is used (using TB 12).
Also would like to suggest to extend the add-ons functionality to mark messages as read on forward.
Note to the developer: I've adjusted the extension in order to solve the bug and implement the forward behavior. However, I do not find any information on how bugs or feature requests should be filed (no support section on the add-ons webpage). In case you are interested, please let me know...
Excellent support for vanilla Thunderbird and Lightning Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Although not yet listed as the default download, the upcoming new version (1.3) takes care of all my previous remarks regarding lightning integration. Works like a charm now! Really nice to have Thunderbird and lightning visually almost fully integrated in my gnome desktop!
Some small bugs/ wishlist items:
* In the statusbar, the 'Today Pane' field shows a calendar around the actual date with the stock theme. This calendar icon is not shown when using this theme
* When viewing a message with attachments, the attachment bar at the bottom of the preview pane shows a grey bar before the number of attachments instead of an attachment icon as the default theme does.
* Support for lightning-buttons (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/lightningbutton/) would be wonderful ;-)
Thanks for all your work!
Good Thunderbird support, broken when used in combination with lightning Rated 2 out of 5 stars
Theme has really good integration with used Linux icon theme. I did not suffer from any of the errors reported in other reviews (Quicksearch bar is visible and has correct size, searchbars take fixed amount of space in toolbar (this is not the case when using Elementary.Human)).However, if you are also using Lightning, things get broken... Editing an event will use the current day and time as the events day and time (thus overwriting your calendar data). This is a real issue! Also, the dialog box shown for adding or editing an event is more complex compared to the default one (probably because of the same bug).I would rate this 4 stars if used without lightning, but please be careful when using the addon with the calendar extension! Developer warns for limited Lightning support which is true, but it actually also breaks Lightning, which is a pity!
Tested with Thunderbird 3.1 - Lightning 1.0b2 and Thunderbird 6.0.2 - Lightning 1.0b5
Very nice theme Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Installed this theme on Ubuntu 11.04 and it really is nice! I'm wondering too if a version for Thunderbird is on its way becsue this would be so cool... :-)
Thanks foor the great theme!
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Very nice extension. Works flawlessly!
The only change I would really appreciate, is to make it possible to indicate which accounts are taken into account when unread messages are count. For instance, unread RSS feeds are not that important so I don't want them to be incorporated...
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Although the extension did not work at first, it appeared to be a configuration related problem. In the account settings, you can select which SMTP server must be used for the specified account. If this entry is not set to "Use Default Server", the extension will not have any effect.
A small request: is it possible to provide an option to set whether the default SMTP server should be changed or whether the message should just be send for this time by an alternative SMTP server.
Thank you very much for this extension!