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|User since||March 25, 2008|
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yup, status bar too fat. should be an option to slim it down. also if you try to 'Uninstall' this add-on it simply re-installs. 'Disable' then 'Uninstall' does another re-install. grrrrrr!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.1.5).
what does this do? the Homepage link is dead so no joy there.
are people actually using this in the latest TB? all i get when i try to install is this error message:
[quote]Menu Editor II 0.0.5 could not be installed because it is not compatible with Thunderbird 126.96.36.199.
(Menu Editor II 0.0.5 will only work with Thunderbird versions from 1.1a1 to 1.5.0.*)[/quote]
long time FD user, too many bugs so i finally dumped it and switched over to SD. so far so good.
request #1: a way to set a default background for empty cells, possibly on a per-group basis. i use dark themes and the default white background is WAY too bright.
request #2: a way to move cells between groups, drag and drop would be ideal.
(is there a proper place to make feature requests?)
tried Speed Dial ... doesn't do nested groups AFAIK, but Fast Dial does. that can be a big bonus if you're into _lots_ of thumbnails. also, as of v2.1 (from their website), FD has a very simple import/export.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.90).
the FF3 version is not free, costs $10.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.5.03).
Trying it after bailing on ThunderBayes. So far so good, no outrageous Java load here.
Works great when it works but the errors -- sporadicly crashing, forgetting it’s settings, disabling itself -- are a PITA. Would’ve been nice if there’d been better support (see the man's site ... 59 comments on the Oct'07 release but nothing happening). As it is I've had to “Uninstall” it, and fix up all of my TB accounts after it was gone. :(
love it! now that i've been using it a while i can't imagine TB, or FF, without it. could use a couple tweaks here and there ("view reminder" for a given message in the thread pane would be heaven) but that's just me being greedy. :pThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.6.3).
Tried it, like it, but similar to the other reviewer the Notes column doesn't seem to be working for me. I have a 'merged' folder for work related stuff that is threaded. In there no indicator that a note is attached. :(