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|User since||January 28, 2010|
|Number of add-ons developed||1 theme|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
This add-on doesn't work on Firefox if Adblock Plus is installed and active on facebook pages, meaning that FB secret emoticons is actually a disguised adware.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.2.5).
I've been using this great add-on for quite a while now. Unfortunately, it prevents Adblock Plus (starting from version 2.2.3) to show both in tools menu and add-on bar, as well as Add-on Compatibility Reporter, only in add-on bar. I know I shouldn't be writing about bugs here, but I thought I had to inform people using Adblock Plus as well as MasterPassword+. They have to revert to Adblock Plus version 2.2.2 so that it still shows like it's expected.
Oh I forgot: everything works fine in Thunderbird using both add-ons.
This extension is most useful only for the ones who don't know how to create a shortcut to "about:sync-tabs" in their personal bar. It's pretty easy to right-click the personal bar, choose to create a new bookmark and type about:sync-tabs in the address field. Then the user might want to erase the name of this bookmark so that it looks exactly like your button!
Nevertheless, what might make your button a bit more interesting than this tip is that it can go in any firefox's bars, which is not the case of a bookmark.
Don't update this add-on. Delete the previous version and install the new. Indeed, the new version 1.5 works fine... except that I had to uninstall previous version 1.4.4 before to make it work properly. Also, the new version doesn't support my native language (french) while the previous did.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.5).
The solution as proposed by baskak works indeed. Reported crashes can be worked around: on the first sync using funambol, you have to replace all present data (contacts, calendar events and tasks) with that from the server (recover command). Of course, consider to back up all these data before you proceed.
Beware that automatic sync and/or sync at startup can cause thunderbird to crash.
I successfully tested this solution both on Windows XP and 7.