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|User since||November 23, 2010|
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it would be fantastic if I could push the button and then forward or print an html-mail as such (upon printing or forwarding thunderbird falls back to text-only).
I'm loving this extension. One suggestion I have: would it be possible to open the list of new / unread feeds in a permanent sidepanel (like the extension "brief" does)? Or could you make the flyout-menu stay open somehow? I don't like to repeatedly open this menu again and again, but would like to browse through the various rss-news as easily as possible. Extension "Brief" was very good for this.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.2.1).
Excellent. I've tried the addon "Google contacts" first, but ran into big problems (losing data). Zindus seems much more robust and carefully documented. It also allows you to easily use your standard Adress-Book in Thunderbird (if you want), which always is selected by default when opening the book. I am using Zindus now to sync two separate address books (private/work) using separate accounts.
Great Addon - saves me lots of printer ink!
Just one wish: a keyboard-shortcut like ctrl-p or something to call print-edit from the keyboard
Thanks to the new development version 1.6.x I can use brief again with no errors. It was very painful with the other readers. This is why I prefer Brief above all others:
1. simple, elegant user interface; no unnecessary blingbling
2. elegant integration with my bookmarks; brief takes on the same structuring/hierarchy as my bookmarks have.
3. Easy configuration; you can even sync your bookmarks at home/at work AND have different rss-feeds for both computers at the same time; simply place feeds you want to read at work in a different bookmark-folder than those meant to be read at home and configure your brief extensions accordingly
Plain and simple, just what I want and need. THANKS!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.2.5).