|Occupation||Linux/unix Sys Admin|
|User since||August 17, 2008|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I have used this extension for years. It's awesome and has saved my ass a number of times. The work you put into it is much appreciated.
There are two improvement's I'd like to see:
Like a number of people here, (and probably a good many who don't post reviews) please consider making it compatible with TT DeepDark. It certainly wouldn't be reasonable 'support' every theme out there, but in this case, TT DeepDark is a 'Featured' theme and one of the most popular dark themes available. Please consider working with the TT DD maintainer to resolve the issues.
The other improvement would be to color code the drop-down list of identities the same as the colors for compose window. It would just make the selection a bit more accurate/quicker for us more visually/color oriented folks. It is not uncommon for me to select the wrong one and realize it as soon as the compose window with the wrong color pops up.
Makes Windows acts like Linux (almost) Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Heh. I think an alternate name for this might be "Make Windows act like Linux" and certainly deserves 5 stars for that, though it all goes out the window when you switch to a different app. ...or should I say the functionality *doesn't* go out of the Thunderbird window when yo switch to a different app. :pThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (18.104.22.168-signed.1-signed).
Works as advertised. Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Works as advertised.
For the rest of you, you are pretty damn harsh:
KleinerKobold: While choosing your csv layout would be 'nice', it is extraneous and not needed. Why should he spend his time writing code that a 1000 other programmers have already written? Just suck it into any spreadsheet app and re-arrange the columns any way you like.
alanstancliff: Dunno where you are looking, but everything you need to know is at the bottom of the page under "Developer's Comments".
FccXPI: Really? 1. He works for Mozilla Labs. I don't think he's going anywhere soon. 2. You too need to check out the "developer's Comments" section at the bottom of the page.
huso: Check it yourself. See "Developer's Comments" section at the bottom of the page. It's all open-source.
boxggg: You didn't seem to have a problem finding the correct number of stars when rating pano, EPUBReader, etc. But yes, dark themes/styles can be problematic on FF. Often just high-lighting with your cursor (like you were going to cut/paste the stars) will show you what you need. If that doesn't work, then I just disable my darkness for a few minutes when it gets in the way, then switch it back on when I see what I'm looking for.
Adds great functionality... Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Thanks for creating this!
And apparently 'manfromearth' (comment April 10, 2011) neither read the description, looked at the animated GIF nor even tried it out. The crucial bit of information is the second word "any".
Does the built-in functionality work for dictionary.reference.com? Nope.
How about ubuntuforums.org? Nope.
Maybe www.si.edu? Nope.
Is it a problem with US based sites?
www.bbc.com? I think not
europa.eu/index_en.htm? Not a chance.
I hope this clears things up regarding the additional functionality this add-on provides over stock Firefox.