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|User since||March 31, 2008|
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This Add-on is exactly what I needed.
Sadly it is not supported in current FF versions (6 at the moment).
So I got me a FF legacy version "Mozilla Firefox, Portable Edition 3.6.20 (Legacy Edition)" from http://portableapps.com/news/2011-07-16_-_firefox_portable_3.6.20_released
I had to download the xpi. Rename to zip. Then edit the install.rdf <em:maxVersion>3.6.*</em:maxVersion>
repack the zip file, rename to .xpi and the install it
works great, sadly there is not version for FF 3.5 and later. same goes for Thunderbord 3.x
0.10.7 worked good but I wanted to check for duplicates in my local inbox and my imap inbox which did not work :-(
At least not the way I've tried it, using the inbox smartfolder, or selecting both folders together.
support in recognizing gmail imap folders would be great!
well it sounds good but I wanted to check for douplicates in my local inbox and my imap inbox which did not work :-(
At least not the way I've tried it, using the inbox smartfolder
This is one of my most used add-ons, simple and functional. Currently it has some issues with Ff 3.6 but the Peter is working on it ;-)This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.4.4).
I've been using this add-on from my first days with ff and tb.
Until now I've used 'MR Tech Toolkit' to circumvent the version restriction.
Today I found a link on the mailing list with a 'fixed' version: http://myminimizetotray.googlepages.com/
A great tool for me to save time spend on non work related sites.
I use only the countdown method and have to admit I think it saved me already some time I would have spend senseless surfing around.
The option to save sites for later visits is nice but I elways end up not going back to them. I now bookmark them and look at home.
In the beginning I had some trouble getting it to work with our internal website and my local wiki. With some tweaking it works now perfect, so the given options of restriction and to allow are good. I had to add "0.0.1" to sites not tracked.
The 'interface' is split into a toolbar and a AJAX powered site for the statistics which I like quite well and it just works.
8aweek 0.3.3.1 brought support for firefox 3 which kept me from switching until now.
Keep up the good work guys!
In a future version I would like to see encrypted connections via https to 8aweek.com and the ability to export/download my personal settings. Another option would be to add the URLs saved to a bookmark "8aweek saved sites" folder.
BTW: Fuck this site, I just spend half an hour on writing a review, send it and the page gave me an error ... all was lost. I hate when this happens!
From the first firefox version I used this add-on was with me. I love it, need it and feel much to slow without it. I was quite sad when I realised that the add-on is not working with my Ubuntu hardy heron firefox beta :-(This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.18.0).