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Funktioniert tadellos. Großer Dank an den Entwickler dieser wichtigen Erweiterung. Damit haben wir die altbewährte Rechtschreibung auch für Thunderbird.
Thank you for the important Calendar add-on for the nice Thunderbird, or TB in short.
There's one little problem when Lightning uses ICS calendar files on a FTP server (like ftp://server.com/Kalender.ics) _and_ events with reminding alarms:
When Lightning first opens such an ICS file, it asks for the FTP user-name and password and stores these two words in TB's keyring (if you ticked the store option). So next time when Lightning synchronises its calendars or when you start TB, Lightning opens the ICS file from the FTP server with the stored user-name and password from TB's keyring.
So far, so good. But, when an event in such a FTP calendar uses a reminding alarm, the reminder window pops up asking when to repeat the reminder, and then asks for the FTP user-name and password _again_. In the next TB+Lightning session this asking will happen again, and so on.
Looks like Lightning ignores these two stored words in the case of reminding events. Is this a bug?
(Some people suggested to use the ftp://username:password@server...etc syntax, which works but is not nice for non-private environments when you've to double-click the calendar name which shows the entire URL including passwords in clear-text.)
Excellent. Thank you very much for this fine add-on, dear developers.
One little question, though: When I open the add-on page/tab in Thunderbird, the other Thunderbird dictionaries (like for example the German one) are being listed under the icon/section "Dictionaries".
However this British dictionary is not being listed there, but under the icon/section "Add-ons".
Is there a simply way to move the British dictionary from the latter section to the first one named "Dicitionares"?
Greetings from Germany to my British friends!
Works like it should. Thank you, dear developer, for bringing back these easier to see and easier to distinguish classic icons.
Don't know why the TB devs "think" that monochrome icons would be of any help, because they aren't. All of us who started to work on monochrome monitors will know what I mean. :-)
Unverzichtbare Erweiterung für Benutzer von S/MIME. Diese Funktionalität sollte von Haus aus in Thunderbird vorhanden sein. Herzlichen Dank an den scharfsinnigen Autor, und schöne Grüße nach Österreich!
And now for my English friends:
This add-on is a must have for S/MIME users. Its functionality should be implemented in Thunderbird per default. A warm thank-you to the smart author, and many greetings to Austria!
I'm a long time Thunderbird and Lightning (formerly: Sunbird) user, but when Thunderbird upgraded from version 8 to version 9, suddenly Lightning version 1.0 didn't work at all anymore...
Then I upgraded Lightning from version 1.0 to 1.1 and it showed up but doesn't work correctly because it justs shows an empty calendar where I can't create any new alarm, let alone a new calendar...
In Thunderbird's settings in the tab "Lightning" there's the selection box "Timezone" but I can't select anything there because it's just an empty field. This seems to be an error, related to what the Russian Ubuntu user reported here some time ago, but I don't know what it is.
How can I solve this serious problem, because for now I've to stick with an outdated Thunderbird 8 (dangerous) because of Lightning 1.1 not working on my German Windows XP SP 3... ?
Any help much appreciated! Thanks.
Very helpful, very intuitive, very nice. Thanks for this great software!
This nice add-on reports very helpful information(s) about the currently visited website.
It's simple to use and very well organized. It does exactly what it promised to do and is easy to configure.
Excellent work! Thanks a lot!
Wonderful tool, very readable paper pane.
However, ALT+C doesn't work for (localized) Windows (XP), because that opens the "Chronicles" menu of Firefox...
This could be different in other localized Windows / Firefox'es.
Would it be possible to configure the ALT+key to start the calculator?
Should be integrated into Firefox Version 3.2+, really.
Does do what it should do.
Thanks to the autor!
The "list of blocked sites" window could be made resizable, though.
Also, I wonder if there's some help pages, which explain the use of wildcards. "Somehow" they seem to work, but not always like I'd expect...
It's a must have add-on.
Does exactly do what it's supposed to do.
* Finally easy access to the whitelist and the cookie list (there's an own ad-on just for the latter, but it's obsolete now due to this ad-on).
* And the red symbol/button: that's just wonderful. It allows to temporarly access cookie data collector sites (like Google), which are not on the whitelist, just with one click on the red button, and when you're done with that site, click again.
Alexander, thanks for this ad-on!
P.S. Oh, it doesn't work with Firefox 3. That's pity! Will this change soon? Please! Thanks.