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|User since||June 4, 2009|
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Thunderbird 5? Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I like this for FF5, but could it also be made available for Thunderbird 5?
clear button please Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I really like this (on TB 3.1 so far) as I always confused the new global search with the one below.
I do really wish for a clear button (and possibly also a 'read/unread only'-button, as the current one is hidden in the QuickFilter bar and needs two clicks to activate, even if I stop using the quickfilter,
volume control? Rated 4 out of 5 stars
It woudl be nice if the add-on could also provide a volume control for the alerts, so that one can mute all (or specific) alerts to more acceptable volumes, w/o having to adjust the whole system's volume. A master volume (on a button in a toolbar) with sub-sliders for relative loudness of specific alerts would be idea.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.13.1).
clean inside Subject? Rated 2 out of 5 stars
works nice, but I receive some mail through a listserver, which removes its '[xxx]' tag from anywhere inside the subject line, then adds it back to the front, so that the subject lines appear like:
[xxx] re: Re: RE: aw: ....
re: [xxx] re: Re: RE: aw: ...
It would be nice if I could have a way to preseve that tag (anywhere on the subject line) but ignore it for the purposes of removing prefixes. I tried defining a prefix '(\[xxx\])' that should be recognized as prefix but left alone (everything between () is not deleted). However doing that, it deletes everything after the [xxx] Tag and the actual Subject is also deleted.