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|User since||April 26, 2012|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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the same here, I'm using TB 24.1.0.
I've got a lot of extensions installed, e.g. Thunderbird Conversation what is not showhing the button.
When I switch to classic view I see it but when I click it nothing is a happening.
Is the any way to support you by troubleshooting, I would really like to see that add-on running
works like a charm but how about multiple users since I have a (public) users for videos and my own private users account which have different download folders on the NAS.
works like a charme but how about multiple users since I have a (public) users for videos and my own private users account which have different download folders on the NAS.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.13).
is not working for unified foldersThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.5).
Nice approach but as mentioned before is not working out of some other add-on as thunderbird conversations, which is a quite important add-on for me.
Any way to get a work around done, can it replace the original thunderbird adressbook editor, saying make it the default one.
It's not working with Silvermel 1.5.5
there's no button (TB 17.0.2) and can't find anything in toolbar buttons menu. Even tried it as the only installed add-on.
works excellent now :)
great stuff but would be nice to show the sub folder path as well in reverse direction (lowest to root) or normal direction (root to lowest) since I have some sub folders with the same name.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.9).
what is about skype?
great stuff but you are still working on it because the last update was quite a while ago?
There's just one more think, why are those additional tool bar buttons only available in the main tool bar and not in the one of the calendar?
it's realy a great app.
May there's one thing to improve.
Why not offering an additional pane for the link content instead opening a new tab/browser?
That would be the same as the vertical 3 coloum view for emails.