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Name David.P
User since March 5, 2007
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Yet Another Smooth Scrolling

Does not work properly on Win 10 with touchscreen Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Good with the touchpad, but bad with the touchscreen (flicking the page stops instantly after lifting the finger).

For REALLY mind-blowing scrolling, try the new Microsoft Edge Browser :(

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does bloody not work Rated 1 out of 5 stars

I choose "load images from cache only" as standard setting, AND I check if that mode is also active in the current tab. Still ImgLikeOpera loads ALL images from the web, which costs me loads of money abroad.



Looses connection to tabs on FF restart Rated 1 out of 5 stars

...which makes it a PITA with multiple Gmail accounts because you have to re-sign in your Gmail accounts all the time, AND change the Multifox account on all respective tabs all the time.

The above suggestion to check the box that says "remember me" when logging in does not work either because the box is not there, and in order to make it appear you have to delete the cookies for Google which however is not possible when using other Multifox profiles than the standard profile.

As I said, the way it is it is a PITA.

Multifox does not even remember what account it was using ITSELF for a certain tab after a re-boot. It always changes back to the standard account.

I manually have to switch to the 2nd account like twice a day. This is FF 40 on Windows 10.

Copy Folder

Copy but why not MOVE? Rated 3 out of 5 stars

I'd rather MOVE than copy the messages. If copying, you'll end up with lots of duplicate messages because the copy process never runs through but you'll have to start over several times.

Btw, this is the typical WTF-moments you unfortunately get with Copy Folders after like three hours:


Lazarus: Form Recovery

Invaluable Rated 5 out of 5 stars

...for everyone who HATES loosing half hours of their lives!

MiniWebView Sidebar

Great, but leads to high CPU load Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Still amazing -- however MiniWebView Sidebar leads to constant high Thunderbird CPU load in my case (Gmail in the Thunderbird Sidebar). Maybe this can be investigated by the developer?

Edit: thanks for the quick reply -- actually I get the high CPU load also when I disable that script and even when MiniWebView Sidebar does not display anything (is empty).

If I disable MiniWebView Sidebar, then I get like 0,5% CPU load for Thunderbird. If MiniWebView Sidebar is enabled (no matter if empty or with website inside), I get 15% CPU load (Intel i5-2500K CPU).

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Correct Identity

Identity based on Folder not Account would be better Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Unfortunately, the standard identity when COMPOSING can only be set based on Account, not based on Folder.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.4.3).  This user has a previous review of this add-on.

Folder Account

Can't use it unfortunately Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Associating a folder with a standard identity is great for composing NEW mail. So far, the Add-on is perfect.

However, the Add-on overrides the standard Thunderbird behavior when REPLYING -- where Thunderbird beautifully chooses the identity, based on one's own mail address that the original mail was SENT to.

When the Folder Account Add-on is active however, it chooses the wrong identity most of the time when replying to an e-mail.

This problem applies when you use more than one identity in the same folder (e.g. when you have two work addresses and use both in the "work" folder, or two private addresses and use both in the "private" folder).

It would therefore be much better if the Folder Account Add-on would only jump in when composing NEW mail -- and leave Thunderbird to pick the correct "From" address when REPLYING.

Thanks already for consideration.

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Search term highlighter

Great, needs only URL exclusion list Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Amazing Add-On that only needs the possibility to disable highlighting on certain pages like for example on Gmail, because it keeps introducing color highlights in e-mails that are composed in Gmail!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (7.1.1-signed). 

MiniWebView Sidebar

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Still enthusiastic about Miniwebview-Sidebar (using it for a viewing a copy of Gmail).

Question: is it possible to restrict the Sidebar to a minimum width? Currently, it gets compressed when I open the Thunderbird folder tree sidebar.

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MiniWebView Sidebar

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Simply awesome! I have put gmail in the Thunderbird Sidebar which puts all email stuff in one place:

Thanks for the great work!

PS: a code snippet for scriptish that autohides the Gmail left sidebar:

@-moz-document domain('mail.google.com') {
body>div>div.nH>div.nH>div.nH>div.no>:first-child {
transform: translateX(-195px);
transition: transform 250ms ease 1111ms;
body>div>div.nH>div.nH>div.nH>div.no>:first-child+*>:first-child {
margin-left: -210px;
transition: margin-left 250ms ease 1222ms;
body>div>div.nH>div.nH>div.nH>div.no>:first-child:target {
transform: translateX(0px);
transition-delay: 666ms;
body>div>div.nH>div.nH>div.nH>div.no>:first-child:target+*>:first-child {
margin-left: 0px;
transition-delay: 555ms;

based on:

Vertical Toolbar

Amazingly useful Rated 5 out of 5 stars

...on todays wide screens.

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KeePass Helper

Indispensable Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Great for time tracking applications that track your time based on titlebar text!

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FindBar Tweak

Review can be deleted, see respective discussion on the support page Rated 5 out of 5 stars

As always, this add-on is great, in principle. One of the most important add-ons in my view anyway. However, and sorry for having to say that again, FindBar Tweak makes user editable text boxes on webpages almost unusable.

As soon as you highlight any text in an editable text box, FindBar Tweak goes completely crazy highlighting stuff all over the place. Even if you highlight one single letter only in a text box, every single occurrence of that very letter gets highlighted not only in the text box, but in the entire current webpage:

Sorry but this bug is pathetic, and I will continue to moan about it until it gets finally fixed -- still hoping that FindBar Tweak does not turn into abandonware after all because it seems that there has been no significant development and bugfixing since January.

Hoping for a fix which will make me donate a significant amount.

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Prevent Tab Overflow

Not working with FF29 Rated 1 out of 5 stars

FF19 with tabs in titlebar and Classic Theme Restorer: can't get rid of the Tab scrolling buttons


If you want to ruin your precious profile Rated 3 out of 5 stars

then use this extension before you have properly read the description.

It lists ALL extensions options, not just deprecated ones. So it's very easy to inadvertently delete everything...

Content Scrollbar

Settings are not saved Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Can't change the settings. Too many h-levels and respective scrollbar ballons.


has stopped working again Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Abandonware, like so many great addons?

Oh well

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Media Stealer

Excellent Rated 5 out of 5 stars

...at least Media Stealer still seems to find stream urls in FF 28. Haven't tried downloading though, since the find stream function is all I'm after.

Find stream URL, copy it and play it (without downloading) in SMplayer or VLC.

Would be amazing if a button could be added that simply opens the selected stream in an external player.

Keep up the good work!

Bluhell Firewall

Amazing, thanks Rated 5 out of 5 stars

BHF seems to block more ads than the big competitors, on the pages I frequently visit.

This is exactly the way software should be. Sleek, fast, and almost invisible -- yet functional.

Thank you Diego.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.1.1-signed).