Rated 5 out of 5 stars
First of all, many thanks for creating this great extension, it makes Thunderbird similar to Outlook Express/Windows Mail.
Anyway, as rightly mentioned by ouyang, I cannot deselect the messages if the message pain is full; I cannot find blank space to click, as in OE/WM.
I apologize if I do not speak English: what do you mean by “you can deselect a selected message by control clicking on it for Win”???
Thank you again for the attention and congratulations!
Yes, “holding down the control key and clicking on the selected message”. Thanks!
Since I like how Outlook Express & Windows Mail work, I would have preferred a blank space near the columns. Great add-on anyway.
With regard to "what do you mean by “you can deselect a selected message by control clicking on it for Win”???"
Assuming you are on a Windows machine you can deselect by holding down the control key and clicking on the selected message. On a Mac you can do the same thing by holding down the command key and clicking on the selected message.
Nice and need help Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This is quite efficient when I use "mail summaries".
But in practice, when I have many mails in the same folder, I have to scroll down to the very bottom to find a blank space to click. Can this be improved? Like clicking on the folder name or somewhere else? Thanks.
P.S. I am using "quick folders" and have folder (also search folders) tabs on the top.
If the message pane is full you can deselect a selected message by control clicking on it for Win (command clicking on Mac).
I created this add-on for my personal use and decided to share it. It is highly unlikely I will refine it other than to make sure it works with future versions of Thunderbird.