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|User since||May 11, 2007|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
Yes, it's true, they bolted an extremely annoying, cheesy piece of adWare into this add-on, and it was one of my absolute favorites. It watches your browsing and if it sees that you are looking at a PRODUCT then it makes a popup to suggest alternatives (oh, so useful.) It is garbage. I never review with anger like this. What is worse is that the text in the description of the add on claims that it is possible to turn off this "feature." it's not. there is no off switch. OK, so I say goodbye to a decent Extension. Well, I will see if it halts the adware if i Disable the app, and then I can re-enable it if I want screen shots.
Let's be honest: Perhaps this is the only way these guys can make a living with this otherwise excellent app.
When I first saw the description of this add-on I was a little skeptical -- all I wanted was the ability to hit Command-something to open up the Sent folder. This more powerful interface to navigate to any of an infinite number of folders was a bit much for me. But now I've come to know it and its other great features (the keyboard shortcut of back apostrophe -- ` -- is incredibly cool -- immediately shows you other mails by THAT same sender, and hitting it again shows you other emails with THAT same subject line...
[Note that I am using thunderbird version 10 for mac, and the app is working correctly.]
Clearly made by a person that both embraces "power use" of a tool BUT also someone who thinks hard about usability and good commands.
Great, thanks much -- if I use it without a problem for a week I'll do the $5.
thanks and good luck evaluating those derivatives (see the developer's home page)
great add-on. tells you basic stats about your email usage. Places these stats on the main pane when you click on either INBOX or on any folder. pie charts and diagrams give basic statistics, and also recent emails and handy links are shown.
I hope the developer upgrades with even more stats, possibly labels the axes of the charts more clearly, etc!
also, I'm not sure why the block for Inbox says Inbox (100) ... it is obviously calculating based on more emails than 100.
great, simple add on. this should just be built into thunderbird.
15 seconds after installing, this had made an excellent full-page screenshot for me and I was on my way.
I have used 3 other tools to make full-page screenshots, and each one either had its functionality disappear after version numbers increased, or choked on Flash content, etc.
This app does fine capturing the Flash content. And it has what looks like a very smooth annotate-and-upload-to-the-cloud feature, which I could possibly wind up using -- I use skitch for that now but using this would allow me to not have to hop to another app.
NOTE: one issue -- though it snapshotted the flash content OK, there was indeed one piece of the page it did not capture -- namely, an embedded Youtube video embed that we had on our page. I used image editing software to transplant back in. Can you fix that next version? thx. I paid the suggested $4, definitely worth it for me. good stuff.
hey guy whose name is "dickstick" -- I was wondering -- what is an "unattended area of the internet?" thanks! :)
Best extension I have. When you use this to create one set of bookmarks (ideally on the toolbar) that you then have appear in your various places that you log on, it's invaluable. your bookmark collection grows and becomes comprehensive and dependable. Truly great software.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.1).