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Also not working in 41.0a2 (2015-08-04) Rated 5 out of 5 stars
In developer version I get just an empty window when I click on the icon. I tried the latest release and the beta.
It still works fine in the released firefox, which I need to remember to use for all forum posting.
Newly installed Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I've only just installed this so too soon for detailed comment but it looks as if it will be very useful. Far too many times I've had new messages go out on the wrong account, which creates confusion and makes it hard to find replies. I'm sure this will stop that.
One suggestion for an enhancement. I have five email accounts. Four of them I want replies to go via the default account. The fifth I have for a special purpose and I want replies to messages on that account to go via its own account.
So, the suggestion -- an option to create a separate configuration for a specific account.
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Some good, some bad. But thanks for what will be extremely useful, perhaps with some improvements.
For example, I tried it in the "what do you think" text box below. Highlighted two words, selected casey : all caps. It did indeed generate all caps -- but did it to the WHOLE text box. It would be better if you could do it only to the selected text.
Secondly, it works only in "plain" textareas. But many forums add some simple HTML mark-up buttons, often using TinyMCE as at http://tinymce.moxiecode.com/
Used together with TinyMCE, Casey doesn't do anything. Perhaps it's unreasonable to expect it to, I'm just pointing out that people who say it isn't working are probably unware that they are not testing it in a "normal" text area. Though of course, it would be great if Casey could be made to work in TinyMCE textareas too.
CacheViewer Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Very useful but I don't think it is finding as much as it could.
One thing I notice is that about:cache gives three types of cache: memory, disk and offline. I'm guessing from the display that CacheViewer only searches the first two ?