Add extra features and styles to make Thunderbird your own.Itxi
|Erabiltzaile noiztik||February 23, 2011|
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...that plus session manager.
I've been using the dev versions since they came out, but what bugs me for the couple of the latest builds is that the changelog is not updated to let us know what's been changed. Oh well, one can only ask for so much and I completely understand that the developer might not have the time.
...I would revise my rating of this addon to 5 stars if only it supported MFFAB:
The main (if not the only) feature I use from this other addon is that it adds an "Other E-mails" tab to each contact allowing you to add up to another 5 email addresses to each contact besides the already 2 allowed by TB by default.
When opening a contact from the Contact Tabs interface, these additional email addresses are not shown neither are they available through the edit mode. So in order to add more than 2 addresses to my contacts, I have to keep going back to the old Tools -> Address Book menu and use the crappy UI that TB has by default (the reason I'm using Contact Tabs in the first place).
Would love it if you supported this life-saving addon that actually solves a problem that people seem to be having with TB for more than a decade now:
...been some time now that the addon hasn't been updated and it doesn't work with the latest versions of firefox - especially now with the new Australis UI that has landed in the latest nightlies.
I'm giving it 3 stars because it used to work fine for years. I will revise my rating once it works with the newest versions of firefox.
Edit [April 6, 2014]: ...I just gave the 0.2.9 version a spin and it does work. Still not changing my rating because:
a) took quite some time before it got fixed and the drop-down looks big and bulky with a large gap between the back button.
b) in the meantime I switched to using Classic Theme Restorer + Classic Toolbar Buttons that work perfectly providing a minimal drop-down history button attached to the right of a combined back/forward button.
So, sorry, still 3 stars for old times sake ;)
...been some time now that the extension has not been updated and it doesn't work with the latest versions of firefox - especially now with the new Australis UI that landed in the latest nightlies.I'm giving it 2 stars for old times sake. Willing to give it another go once it's updated and revise my rating.
Edit: ...well it seems that Backward/Forward History Dropdown 0.2.4 doesn't work either but fortunately Classic Theme Restorer 126.96.36.19931125a has an option to enable a dropdown that so far works fine. Sorry, but my 5 stars will go to that addon.
Doesn't work with the new Austalis UI (firefox nightly 28.0a1) + the Classic Theme Restorer extension.
...5 stars because it used t work great all these past years ;)
After the last upgrade of nightly and the switch to the new Australis UI, the drop-down in the icon doesn't work (it shows up empty). Hope this is solved soon.
Been using it for years. 5 stars from me.
Edit: ...as expected the problem was resolved in a blink of the eye!! Totally worth the 5 stars - if we could add more, I'd give it 10 ;)
Yes, the conflicting addon seems to be Classic Theme Restorer 1.0 that tries to "fix" some of the new elements changed by the Australis UI. 2.8beta of EOM fixes the issue.
I disabled CuteMenu and CuteIcons over this addon and it works great!
...the only thing missing that I somehow cannot get to work are the checkmarks and radio buttons icons (I'm using the default theme that comes with firefox).
...after the last update of the nightly and the upgrade to the Australis interface I either do not see the icons in the customize toolbar tab at all or when I finally do (after lots of restarts), then either their place is not remembered or I only get the session save button (the one with the blue disk) and not the tab restore one (with the red cross).
Still 5 stars from me though because of all the hard work but into it and for being a life-saver all these past years. I believe that these issues will be resolved soon.
PS: I see the above issue on a fresh profile with a bare minimum of addons: TMP, Nightly Tester Tools and the newly created Classic Theme Restorer.
I'm giving this a 4 star rating merely for the fact the the icon/button is locked in the addon bar. This leaves users that want to keep the addon bar hidden with no alternative.
I'm willing to change my rating to 5 stars if the maintainer would make it so that the icon can be placed in any toolbar ;)
...if only it provided configurable keyboard shortcuts as others have previously requested and/or buttons that can be placed on the toolbar.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.8).
Only a minor issue: the toolbar icon is a few pixels larger than the default and thus causes the rest of the toolbar buttons to grow in size to match it. This wastes a few pixels off of the vertical screen space.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.1.0).
The latest version 8 that was supposed to fix compatibility with latest nightlies worked for a couple of days and has now stopped working again :/This review is for a previous version of the add-on (7).
Unless this is some conflict with another recently updated addon, this addon stopped working in latest nightlies. It only displays a "The address isn't valid" message.
Oh, well. It was good for as long as I had it ;)
The "Empty searchbar when a query is submitted" feature no longer works in latest 21.0a1 nightlies (even tried the 2.0.15 version from SourceForge).This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0.14).
I'm currently using the latest 20.0a1, but I rememebr having this issue with 19.x nightlies too (perhaps 18.x as well - not sure).
The image is not saved on disk. The copy function works though and the image is loaded in the system clipboard for further use.
Amazing addon! It's been some time now though that it simply doesn't save images. The save dialog comes up, you can edit the filename and hit the "Save" button, but nothing happens?!?This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.6.9).
One of the must-have can't-do-without addons I have installed.
Since I saw you updated it after a long time, I thought this is the perfect time to mention this issue I'm having since previous versions too. I'm trying to save .xpi files from addons.mozilla.org like I save files from other websites by right-clicking -> Save Link in Folder, but I get this error:
No reference to a file!
If I use the Save Link as... context menu item built in with firefox, the save as dialog pops up as normal and the file is saved. This though makes it impossible to save files from addons.mozilla.org using this addon. Can you please look into it? Thanx in advance.
I would have given it 5 stars! My right-click menu is already too cluttered and I'd like to have the option to replace it with a toolbar icon.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.0.14).
Very useful addon. A few glitches though:
- No matter what I choose in the addon options, I cannot remove the extra menu (intention is to only add a drop-down to the panorama button).
Of course, if I could disable it, I wouldn't care for the rest of the glitches (and I wouldn't have noticed them in the first place either), but here it goes...
- Selecting the option to *only* show group count shows an empty bracket next to the button name. Like so: "Tab Groups ()"
- Selecting to show *only* the tabs count shows an unnecessary forthslash in the next to the count. Like so: "Tab Groups (15/)". This might be required for when showing both tab count and group count, but not when there's only one of them shown.
- When starting up firefox the menu count on the new menu shows empty until I click on the panorama button drop-down. Shouldn't it be populated with the count(s)?
Hibernated tabs get a "data:text/html...xyz</title>" as a tab title (where "xyz" is the last part of the page title - it gets truncated to fit tab width). Their favicon is not removed though - which is a good thing in that it helps you guess what site/page was there before. For some of these tabs, this text replaces their url too, so reloading the tab produces an error.
(some) Tabs with google searches that get hibernated loose their search query part of the URL. The actual URL that was there before the hibernation gets replaced by the domain only part of the URL. Don't know if it is relevant, but my home page is set to Google and is fired on every new tab.
Giving the addon 2 starts for the effort and the idea behind it. The mechanics behind the procedure that fires the tab hibernation seem to work. The code that is executed in order to do the actual tab hibernation though is buggy. I'm confident this will be fixed in time. Keeping the addon disabled for now (in order to be notified of future updated versions so I can give it another spin then).