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|User since||November 4, 2010|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Extension très pratique pour se connecter automatiquement à son ENT (ce qui est généralement long et fastidieux.
Dommage que la gestion des informations d'authentification ne soit pas plus robuste (par exemple en utilisant le composant nbILoginManager, ce qui aurait donné une 4è étoile au moins).
I just install this addon.
I enjoy the idea, nevertheless, I confirm Nick2222's review concerning compact header (the header pane simply disappear when both extensions are active).
The error console shows an error at line 279 (this.expectReplyCheckbox is null).
I was really interested by this add-on, thus I installed it immediately when I read its description. It is a great Idea and it should be the default behavior of FF.
Unfortunatly, it doesn't work at all with my FF6 (under Linux -- Ubuntu64 Natty).
I don't remove this add-on for the moment, since I have many hopes this is a bug which should be soon fixed.
I give three stars which is the average between 5 for the idea and 0 because it doesn't work at all for my FF.
I use many add-ons for thunderbird/firefox, and this add-on allows me to use a little bit less space on the main application window.
For example, in TB, i put all lightning buttons in the status bar and in FF I put the search box in it, allowing me to display longer URLs at once.
I have nothing to say more than previous comments (I just want to promote this add-on that effectively should be integrated by default to TB).This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.1).
Many, many, many thanks for this add-on.
I do research in computer sciences and I was very often embarrassed to send latex equations to people as I wasn't sure they understand them. Not every people are fluent in LaTeX.