|User since||Sept. 30, 2008|
|Number of add-ons developed||3 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Rated 4 out of 5 stars|
Add-ons I've created
Orbit 3+1 Requires Restart
Orbit theme with three button sizes. Go to http://www.miksworld.de/orbit.html for configuration details.
Bookmark Indicator Requires Restart
Shows an icon on the location bar that tells whether the current page is bookmarked.
MailNews Status Icons Requires Restart
Adds status icons for replied and forwarded messages to SeaMonkey MailNews.
The Perfect Catalyst Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This is simply awesome. If you know what you want to code and you know how to do it, this extension allows you to integrate the functionality into the UI without hassle. Thanks to toolbar customization, you can place your buttons wherever you like. Transparency works, you can just create a PNG from a screen shot and be done in no time. Creating, editing and deleting buttons using the context menu is intuitive and well integrated (e.g. if you have an error in your code, clicking the entry in the Error Console will take you directly to the code line that triggered the error). In SeaMonkey 2 it works in the browser and MailNews components alike.
Admitted, it might not be too beginner-friendly, but then I don't think it's the extension author's responsibility to make coding easy. If however you know what you're doing, this extension allows you to focus on actual development (creating something that does what you want) instead of having to worry about the UI integration. Without this extension you'd have to write your own, in addition to the actual code, just to have that.
Well done! :-)
Works beautifully Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I just found this add-on while searching for hints on how to solve this problem for SeaMonkey 2.0. I was surprised to see that it does exactly what I wanted to have, and already works in SeaMonkey 2.0pre (including the options!) if only you disable the compatibility check. Can you bump the supported SeaMonkey version to 2.0.* please? :-)This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.1).