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Lets you print 'As laid out on the screen'! Yay!! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
When graphics on web pages disappear in Print Preview and the print "as laid out on the screen" option is missing, this wonderful add-on lets you do just that by clicking the 'Edit' button and then selecting the 'Web Style' option. Works like a charm! Kudos and hats off to the inventor of this great add-on.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (12.8.1-signed).
Superb add-on: simple and useful! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I always wanted to see a 'Cc' column in my Inbox and Sent tab and now I have it! Thank you Mic! I prefer to view all messages in their own window (not tab) and thus have only one tab open in TB at any one time. This add-on, together with Axel Grude's QuickFolders add-on are the best things ever to happen for Thunderbird, and make the program truly usable.
Install the Columns Wizard from the 'gear' icon in your Add-ons page--'Install add-on from file'. Then restart TB and, in your extensions page find ColumnsWizard 3.0 and click on the options button. Go to the Custom Columns tab and check the box for 'Cc'. Now you can pick the 'Cc' column as an option in your column picker when you right-click on the column headers in any folder.
QuickFolders: an essential add-on Rated 5 out of 5 stars
QuickFolders offers virtually instantaneous access to favorite folders and subfolders in an intuitive effortless manner, reducing clutter, and above all saving time in filing every day. It is more than an essential add-on for me: it is an existential one! Hats off to Axel Grude for this one.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.9.3).
Print Preview Button Works! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Simple and works just as intended. My only (very slight) beef with it is that if you have your toolbar display preference set to 'Icons & Text', the text associated with the button says 'Print Preview' in one line instead of two. This occupies a bit too much real estate on the screen. I changed my toolbar display preference to just 'Icons' and this issue goes away.