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Thunderbird 10 - Works with this hack Rated 5 out of 5 stars
To make this work in Thunderbird 10 you'll need to change:
chrome/content/markAllReadSubfolders.js (line 132)
var appVer3Orlater = version.substring(0,3) == "10.";
The only difference with this to the previous hack suggested by George is that the version.substring must also be changed - subtle, but important...
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Information on how to get this working in TB 5 can be found here: http://www.dezertdezine.com/blog/thunderbird-changing-email-headers
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
I've been a Custom Geometry user for years, but I've just come across a nice Windows freeware app that meets my needs better, so I thought I'd share.
It's called Sizer and can be found here: http://www.brianapps.net/sizer/
The thing I particularly like about it is that I can use it for all windows, so one small app and I can resize Firefox, Thunderbird, Chrome, Opera etc. Ideal for web devs. It's also very unobtrusive (right click title bar to activate).
As for Custom Geometry - Thanks Kertis for creating this great extension and sharing it with the world. The main reason I looked for something else is that I didn't like the way version 2.5 worked (sitting in the toolbar) and got a little tired of having to hack version 2.4 to make it work on all my versions of Firefox.
I rolled back to 1.3 Rated 2 out of 5 stars
See update below...
I also had problem getting the new version to work, although eventually I got my old settings to stick.
I much prefer the one click to resize that 1.3 had and also don't like the way it automatically resizes pop-ups to the default size.
I've rolled back to 1.3 for now (thankfully still available on the authors web site).
Update: 22nd July 2008:
Just upgraded to 2.2.0 and all is well again. Thanks for listening to our feedback..! I'd up the star rating to 5, but it's not possible..!
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Great Add-on Rated 4 out of 5 stars
This is just what I've been looking for.
My top wishlist feature would be the ability to set the position as well as size. Similar to Custom Geometry add-on for Firefox.
Thank you for sharing this add-on :)