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Name Hoca
User since June 23, 2008
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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Since updating to Firefox 3.6 I now get this error when trying to open an .mht file with FF...

"UnMHT Error

File not found.

Tried on two machines...

XP Pro SP3 x86, Firefox 3.6, IE6= momentarily shows the above error then only shows a black page.

XP Pro SP3 x86, Firefox 3.6, IE8= shows the above error.

When I first updated to FF3.6 I had UnMHT installed, this is when I first noticed the error, I have just tried installing UnMHT 5.4.28 Development Version, but this has not helped.

Is this error due to UnMHT or Coral IE Tab?

Hope you can help?

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (5.4.0). 

Qute 3++

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

The missing blue arrows may benothing for you to concern yourself with.

I reverted back to build v1.4.8.20090429 and the blue arrows came back.

But then I switched to the default theme and they vanished again? Maybe it's something that's malfunctioned with my FF install/profile? :S

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Qute 3++

Blue arrow missing? Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Though build v1.4.10.20090816 - experimental is so far working ok, I have noticed that the buttons to scroll back and forth when you have multiple tabs open no longer have a blue arrow to them, but have the grey look of the default theme.

Is losing the blue arrows intentional?


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Qute 3++

'Find' Fixed! :) Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Thanks for correcting the Find issue so promptly!

v1.4.10.20090816 - experimental installed and so far so good! :D

Great work!

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One step forward, two steps back :( Rated 1 out of 5 stars

I've been a Qute user for years! But the current design of version 4.x is awful! The once 'cute' aspect of Qute has been completely spoiled! :(

Like others, I have chosen to modify the install.rdf of the 3.3.9 build so I can continue using this with the final build of FF 3.5 AND not be nagged that there is an update for Qute ;)

For a while Qute has been borrowing too much from the default FF theme, which kind of defeats the object of installing another theme if it's going to largely look like the native theme packaged with FF?! :S

My advice - should it be listened to - is to take things back to the basics of Qute that everyone seemed to love! Yet another occasion where the old adage of "if it ain't broke, don't fix it!" fits perfectly! ;)

Thanks, but no thanks :P

PS. As an addendum to this post I have just tried using "Qute 3++ (custom mod)" This theme thankfully captures much of the creativity shown by Arvid Axelsson's earlier releases of his Qute theme. It saves any messing around required to edit the install.rdf file of Qute 3.3.9, and also overcomes 3.3.9 failure to correctly show FF3.5's new 'Open a new tab' button. So for those Qute users expecting/hoping to see the theme they originally adored I suggest you try Qute 3++.

It's unfortunate that the developer of Qute 3++ has said he may no longer continue work on his modded Arvid Axelsson theme, but if enough of us choose to use it, who knows? he may reconsider? :)


This review is for a previous version of the add-on (4.0.1).