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|User since||December 17, 2013|
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I used this addon while it lasted and was very pleased with the attention to detail. Some time after Netscape Navigator 4, and once it had became standard to be able to rearrange the UI in browsers, I would always return the back / forward / stop / reload buttons to their classic (or expected) positions. I didn't like the trend of combining buttons, such as in the case of reload and stop, or the situational hiding of buttons, such as the forward button when there's no forward page. I would like for things to not move.
Firefox v29.0 brings a lot of the new-way UI without being customizable. That's not enough for me to stop using the pinnacle free-software browser. I can adapt to having stop/reload inside the end of the address bar, where I totally never expect it, but hardly need it. I will miss having the flying-comets throbber and the rest of Foxscape, however.
Unfortunately, Foxscape isn't shown as compatible with the extended support release v24.5.0, either. I suspect there were customization improvements between v24 and v28 that Foxscape took advantage of.
Thank you for Foxscape while it was possible.
After installing the plugin, I was able to configure it for my Exchange account very easily without manual futzing. Auto-detection worked perfectly. In contrast, settings auto-detection did not work for my Android phone's mail app, though I *eventually* got that right. This indicates to me that the author has a much better than average understanding of Exchange and takes the plugin seriously.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (24.5.3).