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|Name||Echt Einfach TV|
|User since||September 29, 2011|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
Great plugin. However, the minimum reload time from the menu is 10 sec. And the user defined minium - when setting it to 1 sec - gets set to default 5 sec. Please allow 1 sec, it would help developers. Thanks.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (22.214.171.124-signed).
The guys at superuser.com helped me to find this exentsion. Great, it helps me continue reading text on the screen - when I hit space - by marking the current read position (last line). However, I do not need the highlighting for the mouse scroll. Please add an option to disable highlight for mouse scroll. Thanks for your work.
I have installed the plugin, set up the rules. Still the default identity is taken when replying to an email. It seems that the plugin has no effect. Maybe this is not the plugin but the new TB bug 933555?This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.4.0).
Searching the web for Google Reader alternatives, I finally found Brief to be the best replacement! Great interface, great features, nice and simple. + Even an import of my exported feeds!
The only thing I am missing: If in "List" mode, I would like to have the RSS item automatically marked as read when clicking on it (as it was in G.Reader). Brief's option "Automatically mark items as read after I *see* them" seems to mean that I have to *open* the item in a tab, only then it is marked as read. ... or is this a bug? :)
Again an addon that should actually be a core feature of Thunderbird.
The only thing that is missing: Right mouseclick on icon in system tray >Get all messages. Would save many users a lot of time.
I am not using "search for text when I start typing", so I always had to press Ctrl+F to focus the find bar, then ESC to hide it. Countless times over the last years.
I am happy that I finally found this extension. 5 stars for saving my time!
This is the addon that should come first in google search when searching for "thunderbird shortcut move mail to folder". It is fast to setup, and efficient to use. Makes me definitely more productive :) Thank you!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (126.96.36.199).
Feature Request: Shortcut to call the scuttle popup window (e.g. SHIFT+ALT+CTRL+S).