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With FF 39 the buttons from >FF> toolbar does not work anymore Rated 1 out of 5 stars
With 39.0 version of FF it does not work fine. Buttons from toolbar such as Download, Preferences does not work (only via Menu).
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
It is a great add-on. I have been using with TB 17.x and works great and helps a lot to control the number of emails and the unread ones from the total.
However, I have just moved to PostBox, similar to TB, several TB add-on work on PostBox just tweaking the rdf file however, this add-on -although I can install it- it does not show any information.
It would be great to make it possible also in PostBox. Thanks!
Great but some questions Rated 4 out of 5 stars
It is very useful in order to avoid storing useless emails sent however, when you use a shared smtp server for several accounts, if you choose a folder to store an email to be sent it makes two copies: one copy to the folder chosen and other for the folder associated to the shared smtp server configuration. Any idea how to avoid it?
Is possible to get the contact photo from Mac Address Book? Rated 4 out of 5 stars
The add-on is great (it is a good complement similar to the one that provides Mail in Macosx). Could it be possible to get the contact photo from Mac OSX Address Book instead of TB one?
Very useful with some details Rated 4 out of 5 stars
It is a great add-on to monitor the commitments that you have in order to answer some important emails. Thanks to Jeff I was able to link my Google Calendar (a specific for FollowUps) with Lighthing... so great resource.
However there is always a ... but ..... In this case is the fact that, when a Follow Up is created in the calendar the description is only "Follow Up: 1 email" but you do not know which email is referred to (email subject would be great to be added).
There is another comment, if you create a Follow Up for tomorrow Lighthing comes up with an alarm but you would like to get the alarm for instance tomorrow 9.00 not today when I am creating the FollowUp ...
In any case, a great reasource. Thanks!
Memory or CPU? bug still present with new version Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Although the add-on is excellent I am facing the same problem than before (I already included a comment here some time ago). There is a memory bug in the XPI. I do not know why but once the add-on is active TB starts to consume 20% of CPU as average... if I use Alert Switch it does not. I think that there is any process related to XPI that it seems to be checking something? but CPU increases to 20 - 22% of total and it should be not.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.16.1). This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
0.15.3 works as fine as 0.15.2... but I found that both have huge memory leaks and CPU hungry. When mailbox alert is working takes almost 25% of CPU, and after few hours of operation RAM increases to values from 450Mb to several Gb! until crashes TB. Any idea?This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.15.3).