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|User since||August 4, 2010|
|Number of add-ons developed||1 add-on|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Rated 1 out of 5 stars|
Are you tired of over and over again looking for all the html/php/js-files you are working on in your web application? Then this add-on can help you and save loads of time by launching the files in your editor for you. Just select and launch...
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This add-on doesn't work for me in Thunderbird 24.6, which was released long after this add-on was made, but the idea is interesting.
Actually, I would like to see the opposite, I would like the Reply template to behave like the Forward template. The default reply template doesn't hold enough information for me.
I've been using Outlook via the webmail for some time, which is a huge pain. The webmail times out very fast, hardly anything can be configured, and it is crazy slow. Very bad for productivity. Then I tried Thunderbird with ExQuilla, and things work like a dream. My productivity has gone up immensely. I will do some more testing, but expect to role it out in the company soon. The costs are nothing compared to the productivity increase. Try it and you will see. I also tried DavMail with Thunderbird, this is much slower, but seems to work. You will need to run DavMail separately to get this working, which is not so nice in a corporate environment. Running DavMail on the server is possible, but will not work for people who bring their laptop home to read email.
Config: Thunderbird 24.6, ExQuilla 24.6
Great plugin, excellent work, thanks! I use the Chinese dictionary and found a little bug. Check the given pinyin for: "省略", it should say "shěnglüè", but it gives "shěnglv:è". This is because the "u:" is not replaced by "ü" if it does not get a tone. The used CEDICT is quite old, and could be updated.... One more suggestion, you can also convert the given pinyin in the description to pinyin with tone marks instead of tone numbers.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.1).