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Posting details Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Love this extension. Used it for several years.
Post details to mozillazine forums - thunderbird general or thunderbird support, then post a link here.
(I don't think this system likes real urls, so just say where it it.)
New version works great Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Just installed your new version 1.2.1 for TB 3.1 (from the see all versions page). Works great! I can't tell you how many times I know an email is in there somewhere, but I'm not sure how to search for it, or when I do, I have to sift through a ton of results to find it.
It can be accessed from the main menu or its own toolbar which can be hidden. You can choose to go to the folder the message is in (with the message selected), open the message in a new window, or open it in a new tab.
The only thing this doesn't have is the ability to organize bookmarks in folders like in a browser. Hopefully, I won't have so many concurrent bookmarks that this becomes an issue. It does allow you to rearrange the bookmark list by dragging and dropping.
Overall, a really useful addition to Thunderbird.
Now, the only problem is remembering/deciding to bookmark it in the first place. Nothing you can do about that .
Makes TB much easier to use Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Just installed Folderpane Tools in Thunderbird 3.1. It was exactly what I was looking for!
I have four active email accounts setup in Thunderbird. The first thing I do every day is to hit my Get All Messages button (Magic SLR). Then, I go through all my accounts from smallest to primary which has the most mail.
Until I installed your extension, I had to first collapse whatever account Thunderbird reopened for me (regardless of how I left things when I exited it). Now, I have it set (using your extension) to open Local folders, which I don't use for much except collecting junk mail, so it's just the way I want it. I was also able to sort the accounts into an order I liked better.
Rated 2 out of 5 stars
I just installed Noia 2.0 (eXtreme) dark in Firefox 3.6.4 (ubuntuzilla) and Thunderbird 3.0.5 (ubuntuzilla) on kubuntu karmic Linux. I really like the way it looks, but I'm having some problems. In both apps, drop down menu items disappear frequently and reappear on mouse over. In Thunderbird, the theme disables drag and drop of messages to folders. Also, when I did a Message Move To to a sub-subfolder, there was a slight gap between the subfolder drop down and the sub-subfolder drop down. If I moved my mouse slowly, it noticed the message pane in the gap and made the drop downs close.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I've been really wanting this feature. Once you find a bookmark by searching in the manager or typing part of it in the address bar, there's no way to find it in the bookmark manager to modify it.
Someone, please update this for the new versions of Firefox!