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The new version fixes the compatibility with TB13, but the unexpected signature behaviour I reported in the pre118 version is still here.
Whenever there is some text in the signature textbox in the account parameters, the signature is added in replies and forwards.
That's even if you chose not to add signature in replies and/or if you checked the "add signature from file" box (which is supposed to disable the signature you typed in the dedicated textbox).
Please have a look at it and propose a workaround, it's quite annoying to have to delete my signature each time I answer an email...
Anyway thanks for the time you spent making it work again ;-)
Edit : Thanks for your answer ! I'm not angry at all, I'm actually very thankful for your hard work. I just wanted to report that this bug is still here, but it's no major issue, it's just annoying ;-)
Works great, but it pisses me to have to install an addon for this...This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.7).
It's the best smooth scrolling add-on I've ever tried for Firefox !
The fact that you can easily switch between different, fully customizable behaviours is nice also.
I have only on claim : is it possible to have it working for Thunderbird 12 also ? I'm using a similar add-on in TB, but it's far from being as good as this one... which is a shame, since I usually read a lot more in TB than in FF, that's where this gem would be most useful ;-)
Totally cool ! The best add-on I ever installed, when it comes to Japanese reading tools...
Great idea, works perfectly, and so much time sparing for people like me who suck with kanjis ^^
You need nothing more than this and rikaichan (mainly for translating and finding the jishokei of unknown verbs).
But you know what would be even more useful to me ? The very same thing in Thunderbird ^^
Thanks a lot for this anyway !