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|User since||March 5, 2007|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
Meh. I tried this add-on, and I fail to see the need for it since it doesn't add to the message viewability. I click a link in an email, and it opens in my default browser, no problems.
This mostly works. When creating a new event on Google Calendar via ThunderCal, it always defaults to an all-day event even though I have Google Calendar itself (via the web browser) set to default to an hour duration. And the view via ThunderCal does not give me the ability to access my Google Calendar settings.
I like the look of Lightning, but it's showing my Google Calendar as "read only" which renders the entire add-on useless to me.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.9).
Needs more field mapping or the ability to just use the fields on Google. I have some contacts with two "work" numbers on Google, and only one shows up in TBird.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.6.41).
After reading some of the reviews, I took a look at the referenced theme, and even the description is a copy&paste job.
On almost all pages I've tried to use this on, it does not work right. It is either saving completely blank pages or with a page and a half of whitespace before the page content. There also needs to be a way to prompt for a save location (which would default to the last-used directory).EDIT: Dev replied that there's a bug with it with FF18, he's working on it.EDIT 2: I misunderstood a setting that caused part of my initial issue. The leading blank page is from setting it to include a Table Of Contents, I was expecting it to create a TOC that shows in a sidebar of the PDF viewer.
EDIT 3: Most images do not print even when set to print them - both foreground and background images.
Installing this add-on completely removes the ability to start a new message from within Thunderbird, and clicking on a Mailto link from outside opens the default composition window. Using TB 17.x
Needs to be updated for TB2.0.
It interferes with the functionality of the "mark as junk" command - with this extensions in use, "mark as junk" does not move the junked messages to the Junk folder.