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Follow up on my previous review.
For those of you that have a problem with opening pdf files in TB when this extension is installed, the author's suggestion of creating a boolean variable in about: cofig named "extensions.linkPropertiesPlus.download.forceFakeURIHack" (without the quotes ""), when set to "True", solves the problem.
If the variable is set to "False", when attempting to open a pdf file, both the pdf opening dialogue screen and TB hang will continue to hang as previously reported.
I'm now happy to up the rating to 5 stars, and am very pleased that this extension, unlike the original extension, supports TB.
Much better than the original and works well on FF 17.0.1.
On TB 16.0.2, however, prevents attached pdf files from being opened - crashes TB when an attempt is made to open an attached pdf file.
I have the same comment and problem as the previous reviewer, Knight Yoshi. In my case the problem is caused by a conflict with the "Memory Fox" add on. If I disable Memory Fox, MinTrayR works correctly on FF 17.0.1.
I think it would be more convenient for users if FF/TB could be opened from the Tray with a single, instead of double, click of the left mouse button. Alternatively, consideration could be given to using a single click of the middle mouse button to open FF/TB from the Tray.