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"Bureaucratic" is good in some cases ... Rated 5 out of 5 stars
... and this is one of them. At present I don't know you from Jack and I don't take chances. Yes, you have a great reputation, but when the only way I can get a working version of your add-on is to get it from somewhere other than here, I'm concerned. Even if I have no question about your integrity, I don't know if the server it's on is secure, and so on. Avoiding a possible disaster is more important to me than convenience.
Of course you have a job which most likely takes well over 40 hours/week of your time and energy. Working on an app (a good one) is more than laudable. Donations will most likely not be sufficient to replace the need of having a job, but ... it might not hurt to let those who use the app know that you need a least a small donation to have the motivation to continue (midnight pizza?). If Wikipedia (and others) can get away with that and you have enthusiastic followers, at least give it a try.
I finally got fed up with something that happens on FB to the extent that I took the time to google the issue and subsequently read about your add-on in some random forum; I then followed the link and was taken to the location you most likely reference. Immediate reaction: I went (instead) to addons.mozilla.org, was thrilled to find your app, installed it, and although it shows as being functional, I have yet to find a way to fire it up. I just want the ability to make FB stick with "most recent" sorting in my timeline. I *hate* having to change it every time I go to FB (and I'm only on FB when I'm actively interacting with it). If (as it appears) there are other benefits your add-on provides which improve the FB experience, I'll be thrilled, maybe donate. :-)
I have donated to big organizations like Mozilla and LibreOffice, to the makers of freeware apps (and it's exciting to see the app become popular enough that there's a point where from version X onward you have to pay for it--if it's really that good). I've donated to a very small # of Mozilla add-on developers because there are only a few I've stuck with. Most have, over time, fallen apart for one reason or another. Writing this missive and forcing myself to think about this has me making a couple donations next.
Anyway, my post is clearly too long. I wish you the best, I just thought I'd take the time to say, hey, I really wanted to try out your add-on but if I can't get it from the definitive authority on safety and function, it's not going to happen.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I like this so much I'm taking time to write a review. When I upgraded to TB 8 a lot of add-ons were disabled automatically and others by me because I couldn't remember what they were. When I opened TB 8 I was very unhappy to find that the "Total" and "Size" columns were no longer available in the Accounts pane. I have a lot of accounts and it was tremendously helpful to be able to see this info. I'd know when to compact a folder thanks to the Size column, among other things. Fortunately I figured out that it was an add-on not being implemented that was the reason for the change. I don't know why Mozilla didn't build this feature into the app--it's that good (and important!). Thank you for this terrific add-on.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.1.4).
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Thank you for spending the time to make Sun Cult work with FF5. The add-on is terrific and having it back is making me very happy. The number of customizable features is amazing.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3.20110715.1-signed).
Very useful and fun! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I love this, thank you for creating the add-on. Being able to change the color of the Jesus Button to work with the desktop backgrounds I cycle through is awesome. It really makes it easier for me to "find" the button quickly and if I pick the right color it looks pretty spiffy to boot. Great job. Win 7 Pro 64-bit FF4.0
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
As noted earlier, it seems the randomizer no longer works with the current release of tbird (.23 for me atm). I'm bumming.
Awesome! It's back! My favorite add-on! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This is, bar none, my all time favorite add-on, both for Thunderbird and Firefox.
Thank you, Joshua, for updating it! Thank you, thank you!
I was crushed when it stopped working almost two years ago. (Why? See below.) I left it "attached" to Thunderbird all this time ... just in case. When I started Thunderbird at home this evening, leaving it in place paid off, big time.
I use Thunderbird at home and at work and while I don't find email to be annihilatingly awful, I spend a horrendous amount of time reading and writing it. I easily write nearly 5,000 messages at work alone in a year.
One of the computer-geeky things I have is a substantial collection of funny (or alarming, or ...) sound files. I've been saving them for a very long time, simply because I found them to be funny, or ... well, something. I don't have any way to hear them short of firing them up individually, and I don't have much time for that, so they mostly sit in a folder and gather virtual dust.
This add-on brings the collection to life and makes receiving mail fun: I will, more likely than not, get a good laugh with each new message. Laughter is, I think, very good for many reasons, and it's more than great when it happens under circumstances which involve a lot of pressure and cause stress. Enough said.
On a serious note, the old interface was pretty slick, but the new one is equally good for different reasons: it's small, simple and direct.
So, thank you very much again for taking the time to update this add-on. I'm sure it took more time than was readily available and probably a significant amount of that. I'd give a PayPal donation if I could. I'm bringing a flash drive full of WAV files to work tomorrow, will install the add-on, and it's neat knowing I'll be getting a real kick out of new mail at work for quite some time to come.