anyjive

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Name anyjive
User since November 22, 2010
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My Reviews

Keyfixer

Ditto... PLEASE UPDATE!! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

UPDATE: .... THANK YOU!!!!!!

The update for v6 appears to work fine from what I can tell...
all the keys I use are back to normal!!!

Btw, you may want to put a "Donate" button somewhere...
I'm sure many people are thankful for KeyFixer.

Thanks again, you rock!!

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Yup, me too... stupidly updated to Thunderbird v6 (expecting better support for OSX Lion)... that was dumb, Mozilla won't be addressing Lion until v8... yeah, another TWO FULL VERSION CYCLES!!! (will Lion still be the current OS by then????)Anyway, I'm trying to get by without the KeyFixer mod... but it sucks... who knew the Home/End keys were so critical to writing a fast email???As a customer service rep, this is a brutal issue... I'm constantly being tripped up by my habit to use those two keys... now I'm looking at downgrading Thunderbird back to v5... but what a nightmare.I even opened the .xpi file for KeyFixer, tried to edit it myself... but even with hand-coding web design skills, I have no idea what's going on in that file!!Someone please update... such a simple, but wicked addon for us hybrid computer users!!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.5). 

Menu Editor

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

This doesn't work with Thunderbird v3... in fact, it doesn't even work with Thunderbird v2... that's a shame, since this functionality should really be BUILT-IN to both Firefox and Thunderbird. And since there are NO ALTERNATIVES to this addon... this excellent feature is no longer available to most Mozilla users.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.2.6). 

Allow HTML Temp

Old version... Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Please re-include the RIGHT-CLICK menu option...
that was the only method that was FAST and easy to turn on and off,
all the others you've replaced it with are slow and cumbersome.

Lots of people don't use Thunderbirds expanded header buttons...
on large resolution screens, the buttons end up way off to the right side of the screen,
it's a pain to mouse over there and click them, so the expanded header becomes useless.


The RIGHT-CLICK menu was perfect, it was fast...
you never should have removed that one feature.


I hope you bring it back. Thx!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.0.3).