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#41
It will still be later rather than sooner, at UNi right now and don't have a lot of free time.

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#42
Will be standing by until you get to it.


Here's an idea for a button. Don't know if it's possible, but it would be handy. Sometimes, if there are internet problems while opening Firefox, you can wind up with a whole bunch of tabs with page load errors (due to timeout or whatever). Would it be possible to have a button which would reload all tabs with errors?
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#43
Reload all tabs with errors is a little to specific though I can see in some cases it would be very useful.

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#44
Could you please add a toggle button to show/hide custom user toolbars.
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#45
Do you mean all user toolbars togeather? Or just selected ones? Doing all of them at once would be possible.

There is already a button that has a drop down of all the toolbars so you can hide/show them.

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#46
Can you add a option to toggle the zoom style? Firefox 3 will zoom the page instead of the text, but they have a option under the menu to change it to do just the text like in Firefox 2 and older.

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#47
Yeah that sounds reasonable.

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#48
Definitely i would suggest the "zoom +" and "zoom -" buttons.. Thanks!

I was looking for this buttons when I stumbled upon this page..
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#49
There are zoom buttons in the extension, just Firefox offers two zoom modes, which was the point of the last poster. If mine are not good enough you could try http://www.accessfirefox.org/Page_Zoom_Buttons.php (Friend cloned my buttons and started to add extra features with a bit help from me and another of his friends)

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#50
If there are already buttons for this I apologize and please point me to them.

How about a button each in FF and TB to switch to / load the other.so you could easily go back and forth without using the task bar or Windows alt-tab? This would give functionality more like SeaMonkey.

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#51
There is a button to open the email client from Firefox. Not the other way around. And that is not switching between them exactly. It is not easy to make them interact as they are different programs. So I am not going to add anything more to the extension down this line of things.

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#52
Unfortunately, the button to jump to Thunderbird, that existed in previous versions of Firefox, is nowhere to be found in FF v3.0.
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#53
http://codefisher.org/toolbar_button/make_button?buttons=read-mail

That should install one of the Custom Button Extensions with the Read Mail button in it.

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#54
Hi, Michael

First of all, your extension is very useful.
I'd like to suggest a "new tab" button. (I think it's a very simple thing, but it's not in Toolbar Buttons yet...)
Well... that's it... my 2 cents to your add-on... ;-)
Tks in advance.

Rgds,
Cristiano
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#55
Well since Firefox 3.1b1pre does not seam to have it anymore (Fx 3 does) and it was one of my must haves I guess it is up the top of the list ;)

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#56
Since you already have Gmail, is there any chance you'd be willing to create a button for Google Calendar? That would be fantastic. Thank you!
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#57
Nope, I might actually remove all the link buttons. Use http://codefisher.org/toolbar_button/link-button-maker if you want one.

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#58
Would you add a button to Firefox to minimize it and open the default mail client (Thunderbird).

Also would you add a button to Thunderbird to minimize it and open the default web browser (Firefox).

I would also like a open home page button for Thunderbird

Also where did you get the icon you are using?

Edited by az on Oct. 15, 2008, 5:06 a.m.

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#59
There is already a button to open Thunderbird. Not going to add another similar one. Hate that button though it has given me a lot of problems, certainly not going to add a similar one to Thunderbird.

Open home page for Thunderbird? How am I supposed to know what your home page is while in Thunderbird?

The icons came from various icon packs you can download around the web, and a few of them are now my own. Will be changing them all to my own eventually.
http://www.icon-king.com/ http://www.everaldo.com/crystal/ and http://codefisher.org/pastel-svg/

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#60
i meant a button that would minimize Firefox and open Thunderbird in one click and vice-versa

i meant the page indicated under tools-> options (Thunderbird Start Page)

but, how about a favorite page button for Thunderbird it would be made able to do the same thing if its easier to make it would have more uses anyway, lol
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