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|User since||June 11, 2009|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Works well most of the time and has very customizable integration, but there is one glaring defect. Multiple accounts are shown in alphabetical order in the right-click menu, but the underlying order is actually the one that you entered them over time. Hence the usernames don't match with the logins and you need to remember the right order every time...
Great add-on, but there seems to be a little problem in FF4.0RC1. Sometimes the progress bar does not span the entire tab, but is squished in a corner: http://imgur.com/K2FnWThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.3.2011020301).
I really like the add-on functionality wise, it performs great when many tabs are open (in contrast to some competitors) and it works well with the BarTab add-on. I do have one problem though: when I set a user defined URL to load when I open a new tab, the address bar isn't focused. This means I can't enter a new URL or tab over to the search box, when I'm not interested in the user defined URL. I therefore wish the address bar focusing was the same as when opening blank new tabs.
[[[Edit]]] Thank you for the tip! The implementation is a bit tricky however: the address bar only becomes available once the user defined URL has loaded. This means that there is no-response if I press too quickly, for example when moving to the search box with a single 'tab'. TMP's method of having the URL always selected seems to work better (still sticking with TU though ;)).
Couldn't do without this add-on.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.4.6).
Love the add-on. I'm however wondering about the goo.gl support, because another quarter has gone by since the "it's coming soon" promise.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.2.0).
I'm using Firefox4.0b11 with "tabs on top" disabled. When I install Webmail Notifier it breaks the Windows (7) interface integration and it makes the background of the tabbar the same blue solid color as the WN-toolbar. Even when I disable the toolbar through "View -> Toolbars -> WebMail Notifier". I really like the extension, but I don't want it messing up interface components that have nothing to do with it.
Had a nicely quick response from the developer and this seems to be a problem with Firefox itself and also occurs for other add-ons with toolbars.