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|User since||March 5, 2007|
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I installed it. I enabled it. I restarted Firefox. It did nothing. I have a bookmarks toolbar that still runs off the right edge of the screen. Multirows do not appear.
I would post a bug on your bug reporting system, but I just get a 404 not found on that link.Clicking on "Close Right Tabs" does not close the right tabs in the group. Instead, it closes all tabs in the last group. Significant problem there.This user has 3 previous reviews of this add-on.
The problem under FF 19 is that TGM and Tab Mix Plus conflict. I got back to almost exactly my preferred layout by disabling Tab Mix Plus and enabling Tab Utilities in order to get multi-row tabs. Only problem is that Tab Utilities cannot precisely control variable width of tabs, so all my tabs must now have the same width. That is a small price to pay to get back TGM and multi-row tabs.This user has other reviews of this add-on.
Even if I recreate all my groups using TGM in FF 19, the next time I load FF the groups are gone, even if I load a saved session.This user has other reviews of this add-on.
It appears that Firefox 19 messes up TGM. For example, my groups are now all gone. Instead, FF 19 loads all my tabs in a single group called "Start." Alex, please issue an update to make TGM work with FF 19.
First, there seems to be no way to delete duplicates only in a folder and not also all of its subfolders.
Second, I ran it and it supposedly searched through 200,000 messages and then did nothiing.
I am running FF 3.6.10. After installing the extension and reloading FF, I right click on a tab, and one of the items in the context menu says Open in New Identity (or something similar). But if I then right-click any other tab, or even the first tab again, that item is not shown in the context menu at all.
As a previous reviewer stated, "the install.rdf's maxversion is easily modified in all xpi files with just something like winrar to open it and any plain text editor." Yes, you can rename the xpi file to zip and then edit the rdf file to change the maxversion parameter for Thunderbird. You then save that change and zip up all of the files into a zip file, which you then rename to xpi and install in Thunderbird. The result indeed works in 3.1.2.
But why doen't the author of this extension do that so we all individually do not have to do it? It is a huge waste of our time.
This needs an update; does not currently work with TB 3.1 RC, which has replaced TB 3.1b2This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.9.1).
This does not work on Tbird 3.03. The emails do not get sent out at all.
After working for a few hours, the extension stopped auto-extracting from incoming emails. Even selecting a message and manually extracting the attachment stopped working. I restarted Tbird 3.03 several times with no improvement.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3.5).