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|User since||March 18, 2009|
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... and doesn't get in the way. Just about perfect.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.0.14).
Works on Pale Moon too. Just what this browser needed. Thank you.
Just had a thought: now that you made the browser so much more netbook-friendly.... could you make it work in full-screen mode? If so, then this would be one of the best add-ons ever.
...and so far I think it works fine on Pale Moon.
Tree Style Tabs got screwy on me for some reason. I don't mind whether I have groups and all that jazz. This appears to be fast, and not screwy, so I think Joshua is on the right track. If you want extra features, try Tree Style Tabs. I'd rather have a light add-on that doesn't hamper FF's performance. Thanks!
Took me a day or so to remember to differentiate between reminders and todos, but now that I have tweaked everything to my needs, it's the best such software I've used. I can't get the FTP sync to work, even after verifying file permissions, but that's a minor issue, and I might sort it yet.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (220.127.116.11).
Uh... also, can't get it to actually send mail, whatever SMTP settings and mailer app I use. I haven't tried with TB or SM yet — but wanted this app specifically to avoid bloat, so I don't think I will.
Good idea, but has a busy interface and seems to lack an SMTP authorization function.
I really like this because it's so easy to add a feed. I've installed and uninstalled so many RSS readers because they were just such a hassle to get working and then maintain .... but this one, you just install it and right click the ticker when you're on a page with a feed you want to subscribe to. And it's unobtrusive - doesn't take up extra screen space. I'm not sure I understand all the options and they don't seem to be explained, so four stars rather than five — but I'm certainly enjoying using it.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.4.4).