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|User since||June 28, 2011|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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David P wrote:
"However, the Add-on overrides the standard Thunderbird behavior when REPLYING -- where Thunderbird beautifully chooses the identity, based on one's own mail address that the original mail was SENT to."
Well in MY case TB did exactly the opposite and was sending mail with the wrong address when I did not pay attention to choose the correct account whereas the Seamonkey mail client did it correct. But as I use some addons that have no equivalent in SeaMonkey I was very pleased with this add-on. In my case I always route mail to certain folders, connected to a certain account and in the past replying to lists always picked the right mail address as "sent" but that behaviour suddenly disappeared and it took me a lot of effort to first find out why and changing settings in the about:config.
So: Big thank you for creating and maintaining this add-on!
Your xpDefault is very good in Linux too. I had some pull-down menu issues with other "retro-like" themes but yours beat hem all and works perfectly.
I do not (and will not) understand why the developers of Firefox chose the monochrome "apple" like icons. All the time I update I have to start searching again for a colorful theme and one by one the developers of the themes drop their update efforts for the theme gets incompatible again. I wonder if Mozilla checks how many people actually like this default theme... Nearly all Retro themes are now incompatible with Firefox 17. How long will this go on I wonder...This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.6.3).
Ik haal deze steeds weer terug. Zo net leek het er op dat er een incompatibiliteit met de vorige update was maar dat was gelukkig van korte duur. Prima werk!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.2).
Works OK in FF 5.0 provided you install the Add-on Compatibility Reporter 0.8.5 add-on and switch it on with the aid of this.
I have tested it both in Windows and Linux and used the report function to notify it's working fine.
In my view the message "not for FF 5.0" can be removed but of course the author should agree...