Signature Separator doesn't honor Thunderbird settings Rated 4 out of 5 stars

I really love this add-on and thank you for making it.

However, I would really like it if your add-on honoured Thunderbirds settings for the use of the double-hypen -- signature separator.

I read your FAQ and the wikipedia article, but this is still inconsistent with Thunderbird itself. Also, the requirement of the -- separator as a standard is dying and even the wikipedia article you reference is under dispute on what is the standard for a separator.

This is most evident that even the coders for Mozilla no longer think that the -- is mandatory. In the Advanced Config Editor you can tell thunderbird to suppress the signature seperator and this works fine if you have signature set inside Thunderbirds account configuration. However, your add-on always adds the -- regardless of what setting thunderbird is configured.

Again, it would seem that if Mozilla is OK with signature separator suppression, then your add-on should conform to Thunderbird.

You can see the documented support for suppressing the separator here:

http://kb.mozillazine.org/Signatures_(Thunderbird)#Removing_the_signature_separator

Can you please update this add-on so that it does not override Thunderbirds own settings?

Thank you!!!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.6.9).