Thunderbird Conversations : feedback wanted!

Hi folks,

My Thunderbird Conversations addon is nearing completion, and I'm 
looking for feedback. This addon is about adding a gmail-like 
conversation view into thunderbird, including quick (inline) reply, 
contact tooltips, and other nice features that should enhance your 
productivity ;-).

I've been releasing dev builds for a few weeks now on 
http://jonathan.xulforum.org/files/gcv-nightlies/ and I've blogged about 
it several times on http://blog.xulforum.org/index.php . This addon is 
compatible with 3.3a1, which means you won't enjoy the nice interaction 
with Enigmail, Contacts for Thunderbird, and other 3rd-party addons, but 
still it should give you a very enjoyable experience (these addons 
haven't been made compatible with Thunderbird 3.3 yet).

If you are an extension author and you wish to interact with the 
conversation view, please spark a discussion on http://bit.ly/gPyUjL ! 
This is precisely why I'm posting now.

If all goes according to plan, a preview release with the corresponding 
screencast + blog post on Mozilla Labs should be due in a few week's time.

Regards,

jonathan (:protz)


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On 29/11/10 14:00, Jonathan Protzenko wrote:
> Hi folks,
>
> My Thunderbird Conversations addon is nearing completion, and I'm
> looking for feedback. This addon is about adding a gmail-like
> conversation view into thunderbird, including quick (inline) reply,
> contact tooltips, and other nice features that should enhance your
> productivity ;-).
>
> I've been releasing dev builds for a few weeks now on
> http://jonathan.xulforum.org/files/gcv-nightlies/ and I've blogged about
> it several times on http://blog.xulforum.org/index.php . This addon is
> compatible with 3.3a1, which means you won't enjoy the nice interaction
> with Enigmail, Contacts for Thunderbird, and other 3rd-party addons, but

Where do you want the feedback ?

Ludo
-- 
Ludovic Hirlimann MozillaMessaging QA lead
https://wiki.mozilla.org/Thunderbird:Testing
http://www.spreadthunderbird.com/aff/79/2
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Ludovic
11/29/2010 1:28:46 PM
Replying to this thread is fine for general feedback. If it's a very 
specific bug, I have a bugtracker 
https://github.com/protz/GMail-Conversation-View/issues or, for the 
specific case of the API for 3rd-party plugins, adding a comment on the 
blog post is fine.

jonathan
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Jonathan
11/29/2010 1:32:02 PM
On 29/11/10 14:32, Jonathan Protzenko wrote:
> Replying to this thread is fine for general feedback. If it's a very
> specific bug, I have a bugtracker

So I liked the assistant telling me all the things the extension was 
about to do to my config.
	I didn't like the reindex as that didn't go well.
	Before I restarted - It didn't load any messages - they started loading 
after the restart.
	Sometime loading messages is really slow.
	I like the hoover effect on the email addresses

I haven't tried the other goodies as loading messages was really painful 
for me - so I just uninstalled the extension - and that did a very 
proper job.

Ludo
-- 
Ludovic Hirlimann MozillaMessaging QA lead
https://wiki.mozilla.org/Thunderbird:Testing
http://www.spreadthunderbird.com/aff/79/2
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Ludovic
11/29/2010 2:58:25 PM
On 29/11/2010 15:58, Ludovic Hirlimann wrote:
> On 29/11/10 14:32, Jonathan Protzenko wrote:
>> Replying to this thread is fine for general feedback. If it's a very
>> specific bug, I have a bugtracker 
Using latest dev 201011292229-master.xpi on TB 3.3* it seems unusable,
because I can't see "send receipt" request.
Others: it seems that uninstall process has cleared my old preferences
about "reading-->automatically mark message as read" etc.

....but it's seems a great work! ;-)

Ciao.
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UTF
11/30/2010 4:21:53 PM
Do you mean that the fact that you can't send receipt notifications is a 
showstopper for you? (It hasn't been implemented yet).

Clearing your old preferences is not normal, can you tell me what was 
their value before you installed the addon?

Thanks for your feedback!

jonathan
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Jonathan
11/30/2010 4:35:56 PM
On 30/11/2010 17:35, Jonathan Protzenko wrote:
> Do you mean that the fact that you can't send receipt notifications is a
> showstopper for you? (It hasn't been implemented yet).

Yes it's, at this moment only because my collegues have some problems
with their ISP  and I must to set receipt all the time...

generally speaking, maybe isn't blocker but sure is a priority.

> Clearing your old preferences is not normal, can you tell me what was
> their value before you installed the addon?

The previous value was (on menu-->tools-->options, tab
advanced-->"reading & displaying"

[ X ] automatically mark message as read
      [ X ] immediately on display
      [   ] after displaying for

After uninstall I see this situation

[   ] automatically mark message as read
      [ X ] immediately on display
      [   ] after displaying for

And the message aren't mark automatically as read.

Ciao.
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UTF
11/30/2010 5:06:53 PM
spacebar doesn't scroll the message pane. Instead, it jumps to the next 
message.

I personally don't use spacebar, but I know lots do rely on it heavily.
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Wayne
12/1/2010 1:20:44 PM
After installation process my folders view changes from "All Folders" to
"Unified Folder"

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UTF
12/1/2010 2:16:38 PM
On 30/11/2010 17:21, "(:Aureliano Buendía)" wrote:
> Others: it seems that uninstall process has cleared my old preferences
> about "reading-->automatically mark message as read" etc.

Ok, now I have a STR for this issue:

1. fresh install of *.xpi file;
2. on wizard prompt select "ok, go ahead" button;
3. restart TB;
4. now I want to see custom preferences set by addon, then I select
wizard again and then I click on "let me check first" button;
5. restart TB

at this point I can see on

{"actionEnableGloda":true,"actionDisableAutoread":false,"actionDontExpand":false,"actionAttachmentsInline":false,"actionOfflineDownload":[[],[]],"actionUnifiedInboxSearchesSent":{},"actionSetupView":{"ftvMode":"all"},"actionSetupViewDefaults":[2,18,1],"actionEnsureMessagePaneVisible":"open"}

at point 3, I have being see "actionDisableAutoread":true! point 4
change it to false

I think that pref: conversations.uninstall_infos should be writed also
the first time that the wizard is runnig (if addon is installed)

I hope this can help you

Ciao.
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UTF
12/1/2010 2:30:44 PM
Uninstallation process don't remove conversations.version pref: then on
next installation the wizard don't auto-start
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UTF
12/1/2010 2:31:54 PM
if 3 pane is closed and reopened then conversation stops working - it's 
stuck at "loading" message.  Thunderbird must be restarted
1. open error console and address book
2. close main pane
3. reopen main pane via address book
4. access a message

2010-12-05 19:06:00	Conversations.Conversation	ERROR	[Exception... 
"Unexpected error arg 0 [nsIDOMWindowInternal.navigator]"  nsresult: 
"0x8000ffff (NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED)"  location: "JS frame :: 
resource://conversations/message.js :: KeyListener :: line 64"  data: no]

2010-12-05 19:06:03	Conversations.Conversation	ERROR	TypeError: 
mainWindow.gDBView is undefined


unclear if this is purely a thundebird bug or not - other things have 
been known to break when main pane is closed. I can't find the example 
bug I'm looking for in this list.  bienvenu or asuth may recall what it 
was about. 
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/buglist.cgi?chfieldto=Now&query_format=advanced&chfieldfrom=600d&short_desc=clos%20pane&field0-0-0=short_desc&short_desc_type=allwordssubstr&type0-0-0=anywordssubstr&value0-0-0=3%20%20main%20three&resolution=---&resolution=FIXED&resolution=DUPLICATE&product=MailNews%20Core&product=Thunderbird
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Wayne
12/6/2010 12:11:25 AM
On 12/5/2010 7:11 PM, Wayne Mery wrote:
> if 3 pane is closed and reopened then conversation stops working - it's
> stuck at "loading" message. Thunderbird must be restarted
> 1. open error console and address book
> 2. close main pane
> 3. reopen main pane via address book
> 4. access a message
>
> 2010-12-05 19:06:00 Conversations.Conversation ERROR [Exception...
> "Unexpected error arg 0 [nsIDOMWindowInternal.navigator]" nsresult:
> "0x8000ffff (NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED)" location: "JS frame ::
> resource://conversations/message.js :: KeyListener :: line 64" data: no]
>
> 2010-12-05 19:06:03 Conversations.Conversation ERROR TypeError:
> mainWindow.gDBView is undefined
>
>
> unclear if this is purely a thundebird bug or not - other things have
> been known to break when main pane is closed. I can't find the example
> bug I'm looking for in this list. bienvenu or asuth may recall what it
> was about.

er, https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=530779 is the bug I 
remember "With main window/3-pane closed, sent email cannot be copied to 
"sent"-folder and drafts cannot be saved - "There was an error copying 
the message to the Sent folder. Retry?""


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Wayne
12/6/2010 12:16:10 AM
Yeah, right, I never assumed the mail:3pane main view could be closed... 
I need to do a global review of the code for that issue. In the 
meanwhile, I'll try to find a workaround. Thanks for reporting this, 
this is typically the kind of bugs I never spot because I never close 
the mail:3pane view =).

jonathan
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Jonathan
12/6/2010 9:10:42 AM
I've only been using it for a short while, but I like the ideas here and 
generally I think it looks good and works nicely. My wife had about a 
minute of me showing her some of its capability, and she likes it as well.

I've had a quick play around and I've a few comments/possible bugs. Some 
of which may just be things you haven't considered yet. Anyway, here goes:

- In the first run assistant I thought that "let me check first" was 
referring to if I wanted to check in Thunderbird if there's any emails I 
should read/handle before the 15 minutes of stuff that conversations 
wants to change.

- The text of the first run assistant is a bit unclear wrt closing the 
window, am I able to close the window whilst it is working? You also 
leave the "ok, go ahead!" button enabled, so maybe change that to a 
close button if its really safe to close the window and start working.

- There's no option to customise the header buttons, which is a bit of a 
shame.

- If I click on the folder location in a message, it takes me to that 
location, but doesn't update the location displayed on the other 
messages (so I couldn't get "back" without reselecting the original folder.

- "always show remote content" isn't obvious that it is always show for 
that specific user.

- There's no ability to save the contact in your address book, or to get 
to their address book record.

- Where are the images for people obtained from? Are you not using the 
address book at the moment?

- Adding/removing tags by typing the number doesn't work.

- I'm not sure if I like the fact that when I select a message, the 
conversation view scrolls to the latest message in the thread (as gloda 
sees it). For example, I just selected an old message in my inbox (left 
there as I've still got to deal with it) there were several other 
messages in my sent and archive folders later than that message, and I 
got taken to the last one. This confused me as the message body wasn't 
what I was expecting.

Mark.
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Mark
12/6/2010 12:15:57 PM
On 01/12/2010 13:20, Wayne Mery wrote:
> spacebar doesn't scroll the message pane. Instead, it jumps to the next
> message.
>
> I personally don't use spacebar, but I know lots do rely on it heavily.

Yes, I use it quite a bit. spacebar functionality just seems completely 
broken at the moment.

Mark.
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Mark
12/6/2010 12:22:37 PM
I really like the fact that you save message text if I switch to another 
message without saving manually.

However, it doesn't seem to save the to/cc/bcc lists - the same applies 
to clicking the save button.

A few more bugs:

- Attachment reminder doesn't work in the mini-compose view. Not sure 
how necessary that will be though.

- If I have two messages in a thread that are both unread (e.g. like I 
frequently do when processing bugmail), I select the first either via 
space or some other method, it becomes unread. I then archive it.

At this stage the second message gets selected, but doesn't get marked 
as unread, and hence when I archive it, it goes into the archive as unread.

This may only happen with two messages in a thread, but I think there's 
something strange going on there.

- Start a reply to the message, click edit on the to: list, select a 
name. Press backspace or delete to try and delete the name but find that 
it deletes the message instead :-( (and loses the compose text).

Works fine if you have selected the empty space to get a box to start 
typing into, then press backspace three times (the second time 
highlights the name in the same was as clicking it).

- If I receive an email that gets filtered through my inbox to somewhere 
else, whilst composing a reply, the scroll position gets reset to the 
start of the message, and I think the save button may have got disabled.

I think this is probably a bug in Thunderbird that needs addressing, 
where we perhaps refresh the view unnecessarily, unfortunately it has a 
bigger impact on your extension.

Mark.
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Mark
12/6/2010 2:27:11 PM
On 12/06/2010 01:15 PM, Mark Banner wrote:
> I've only been using it for a short while, but I like the ideas here 
> and generally I think it looks good and works nicely. My wife had 
> about a minute of me showing her some of its capability, and she likes 
> it as well.
Awesome! I'm glad to hear that non-tech people actually enjoy this.
>
> I've had a quick play around and I've a few comments/possible bugs. 
> Some of which may just be things you haven't considered yet. Anyway, 
> here goes:
>
> - In the first run assistant I thought that "let me check first" was 
> referring to if I wanted to check in Thunderbird if there's any emails 
> I should read/handle before the 15 minutes of stuff that conversations 
> wants to change.
Ok, that's probably because English is not my native language, and what 
I thought was clear actually isn't. Any suggestions?
>
> - The text of the first run assistant is a bit unclear wrt closing the 
> window, am I able to close the window whilst it is working? You also 
> leave the "ok, go ahead!" button enabled, so maybe change that to a 
> close button if its really safe to close the window and start working.
It's safe to start working while the reindexing is going on, but since 
there's batch gloda indexing going on, the queries that fetch 
conversations will take forever to complete, and you'll get angry 
anyway. Closing the window will just make sure you won't be prompted 
with the setup assistant next time. If you or Bryan can suggest a 
clearer, better text, I'd gladly replace mine with yours.
>
> - There's no option to customise the header buttons, which is a bit of 
> a shame.
I used to offer some option to customize them, but that was removed 
during the big 2.0 rewrite. I don't really know whether it's relevant. I 
take it you'd like to be able to remove buttons? The icons / text / 
icons + text setting is not really an option since there's not much 
horizontal space. Bryan, what do you think?
>
> - If I click on the folder location in a message, it takes me to that 
> location, but doesn't update the location displayed on the other 
> messages (so I couldn't get "back" without reselecting the original 
> folder.
Filed 
[https://github.com/protz/GMail-Conversation-View/issues/issue/143]. We 
have a smart mechanism that doesn't rebuild the conversation unless it's 
really a different set of messages. But when switching folders, we 
should update those tags.
>
> - "always show remote content" isn't obvious that it is always show 
> for that specific user.
I guess I'll just reuse the Thunderbird wording, which is "always show 
remote content for xxx@xxx.xx"
>
> - There's no ability to save the contact in your address book, or to 
> get to their address book record.
We discussed this with Bryan, and there wasn't much space left in the 
contact tooltip, so we still need to find a way to fit these actions 
into the contact tooltip. It's absolutely trivial to do, I used to have 
them at some point, but what's missing is good UI. Suggestions welcome =)
>
> - Where are the images for people obtained from? Are you not using the 
> address book at the moment?
If the "contacts for Thunderbird" addon is installed, I'm querying it. 
Shane added support for local address book photos at some point this 
summer, so it should use the photos from the address book if present. 
Otherwise, it's just a gravatar.
>
> - Adding/removing tags by typing the number doesn't work.
This has been fixed in recent versions 
(http://jonathan.xulforum.org/files/gcv-nightlies/) although you'll have 
the restriction that only the messages in the message list will be 
tagged (they're a subset of the messages in the conversation view). I 
explain this in the screencast [http://vimeo.com/17431719]
>
> - I'm not sure if I like the fact that when I select a message, the 
> conversation view scrolls to the latest message in the thread (as 
> gloda sees it). For example, I just selected an old message in my 
> inbox (left there as I've still got to deal with it) there were 
> several other messages in my sent and archive folders later than that 
> message, and I got taken to the last one. This confused me as the 
> message body wasn't what I was expecting.
We have another mode for that. If you expand a thread, when you view the 
individual messages, the conversation view will scroll to them and 
expand them. Otherwise, if the thread is collapsed, it will assume 
you're thinking "I want to view this conversation", and it presents you 
with a conversation view.

In the past, I used to have one option (3 possible values) for which 
messages to expand, and another option (4 possible values) for which 
message to scroll to... so that's 12 combinations. I feel like the 
current behavior is the right tradeoff, but I'll let others give their 
two cents :-). There might be event better behaviors! Bryan, thoughts?

Thanks anyway for the feedback. I'll release tomorrow anyway, and I'll 
make sure I specify there's known issues that are currently being tackled.

jonathan
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Jonathan
12/6/2010 2:42:20 PM
More feedback! Awesome!

On 12/06/2010 03:27 PM, Mark Banner wrote:
> I really like the fact that you save message text if I switch to 
> another message without saving manually.
>
> However, it doesn't seem to save the to/cc/bcc lists - the same 
> applies to clicking the save button.
Yes it's a know issue 
[https://github.com/protz/GMail-Conversation-View/issues#issue/131]
>
> A few more bugs:
>
> - Attachment reminder doesn't work in the mini-compose view. Not sure 
> how necessary that will be though.
Since there's no support for attachments anyway... I doubt I'll add it 
unless I also add support for attachments. There's no spell check 
support either. I've filed anyway 
[https://github.com/protz/GMail-Conversation-View/issues/issue/144]
>
> - If I have two messages in a thread that are both unread (e.g. like I 
> frequently do when processing bugmail), I select the first either via 
> space or some other method, it becomes unread. I then archive it.
>
> At this stage the second message gets selected, but doesn't get marked 
> as unread, and hence when I archive it, it goes into the archive as 
> unread.
>
> This may only happen with two messages in a thread, but I think 
> there's something strange going on there.
There really is complex logic going on behind the scenes. Without 
delving into details, let's just say that if we blindly mark all 
messages in a conversation as read when we build it, we'll have trouble 
when:
- the conversation is refreshed in the background (user has selected 
thread A, new message arrives in thread A, nsMsgDbView.cpp refreshes the 
conversation view => message is silently marked as read)
- user has expanded a thread, and clicks on a specific message in the 
thread: we obviously don't want to mark all the other messages read...

So we have to be clever. However, I haven't been able to reproduce your 
issue. Do these two messages represent the entirety of the thread *in 
your current thread pane*?
>
> - Start a reply to the message, click edit on the to: list, select a 
> name. Press backspace or delete to try and delete the name but find 
> that it deletes the message instead :-( (and loses the compose text).
>
> Works fine if you have selected the empty space to get a box to start 
> typing into, then press backspace three times (the second time 
> highlights the name in the same was as clicking it).
That's a focus issue, the event gets fired inside the main window, not 
inside the conversation view. I'll add some extra focus() calls. Filed 
[https://github.com/protz/GMail-Conversation-View/issues/issue/145]
>
> - If I receive an email that gets filtered through my inbox to 
> somewhere else, whilst composing a reply, the scroll position gets 
> reset to the start of the message, and I think the save button may 
> have got disabled.
>
> I think this is probably a bug in Thunderbird that needs addressing, 
> where we perhaps refresh the view unnecessarily, unfortunately it has 
> a bigger impact on your extension.
Yes, nsMsgDbView.cpp is calling summarizeThread() all the time. We're 
not re-building the conversation each time (because it really fires the 
refresh events like crazy), but unfortunately, we have to re-do the 
scrolling and expand logic, just in case... I think I should tackle 
these issues, but I have so many items on my plate right now...

jonathan
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Jonathan
12/6/2010 2:55:44 PM
A few more bits of feedback:

- If the subject changes during a thread, that doesn't get 
displayed/indicated anywhere. This is worse if the thread doesn't get 
expanded (which is quite frequent from what I've seen). It causes me 
pain as there's various release driving emails where the subject is the 
message, because the message is so simple as a one-liner.

- Clicking the '...' at the end of a list of names, doesn't expand the 
list of names, clicking the details link does. However the details link 
is on the opposite side of the date to the ... and I think is a bit 
unclear as to what it actually does due to it being separated via the date.

- I'm currently viewing a thread and some of the collapsed emails have 
the details link showing even though clicking it doesn't really do 
anything (except hide the details link and give a bit more one-line room 
for the subject.

- Something that may be worth thinking about later on is to be able to 
forward an email in-line.

Mark.
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Mark
12/7/2010 9:17:28 AM
On 06/12/2010 14:42, Jonathan Protzenko wrote:
> On 12/06/2010 01:15 PM, Mark Banner wrote:
>> - In the first run assistant I thought that "let me check first" was
>> referring to if I wanted to check in Thunderbird if there's any emails
>> I should read/handle before the 15 minutes of stuff that conversations
>> wants to change.
> Ok, that's probably because English is not my native language, and what
> I thought was clear actually isn't. Any suggestions?

So I'm not good on short-clear things myself, and Bryan will probably 
have some better ideas, but maybe something like "Show me the settings 
that will be changed" or "View the setting changes", and maybe change 
the "ok, go ahead!" button to something like "Change settings without 
viewing".

>> - The text of the first run assistant is a bit unclear wrt closing the
>> window, am I able to close the window whilst it is working? You also
>> leave the "ok, go ahead!" button enabled, so maybe change that to a
>> close button if its really safe to close the window and start working.
> It's safe to start working while the reindexing is going on, but since
> there's batch gloda indexing going on, the queries that fetch
> conversations will take forever to complete, and you'll get angry
> anyway. Closing the window will just make sure you won't be prompted
> with the setup assistant next time. If you or Bryan can suggest a
> clearer, better text, I'd gladly replace mine with yours.

Well, I'd definitely suggest either disabling the button or changing its 
text and making it do something different. Leaving a button active 
(which I presume would kick off another settings change) is a bit 
dangerous...

>> - There's no option to customise the header buttons, which is a bit of
>> a shame.
> I used to offer some option to customize them, but that was removed
> during the big 2.0 rewrite. I don't really know whether it's relevant. I
> take it you'd like to be able to remove buttons? The icons / text /
> icons + text setting is not really an option since there's not much
> horizontal space. Bryan, what do you think?

My main thought was the fact that there's no junk button. I don't 
actually have the junk button turned on for the message header (I found 
I kept hitting it by mistake), but I know other people may want to 
customise it away. The archive button I can also see people wanting to 
change.

>> - There's no ability to save the contact in your address book, or to
>> get to their address book record.
> We discussed this with Bryan, and there wasn't much space left in the
> contact tooltip, so we still need to find a way to fit these actions
> into the contact tooltip. It's absolutely trivial to do, I used to have
> them at some point, but what's missing is good UI. Suggestions welcome =)

Well, maybe its because my contacts haven't got extra data, but there's 
a big space below the email address and there's also a space to the 
right of the two existing buttons. Though we'd have to be careful if 
this gets to be localised.

>> - Adding/removing tags by typing the number doesn't work.
> This has been fixed in recent versions
> (http://jonathan.xulforum.org/files/gcv-nightlies/) although you'll have
> the restriction that only the messages in the message list will be
> tagged (they're a subset of the messages in the conversation view). I
> explain this in the screencast [http://vimeo.com/17431719]

I think there may be a focus issue (maybe like the spacebar issue) - I 
had the 6 Dec build yesterday, and the same today, but today it is working.

> In the past, I used to have one option (3 possible values) for which
> messages to expand, and another option (4 possible values) for which
> message to scroll to... so that's 12 combinations. I feel like the
> current behavior is the right tradeoff, but I'll let others give their
> two cents :-). There might be event better behaviors! Bryan, thoughts?

I think some of it is just getting used to what's there, I'm certainly 
getting more used to it now.

Mark.
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Mark
12/7/2010 9:29:46 AM
This is excellent!! It works perfect for me and I use it both in Linux (Ubuntu 11.04 x64) and Windows 7 x64.
Great work! Excellent!
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hvnsystems
10/17/2011 3:31:32 AM
This is excellent!! It works perfect for me and I use it both in Linux (Ubuntu 11.04 x64) and Windows 7 x64.
Great work! Excellent!
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hvnsystems
10/17/2011 3:31:32 AM
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superreview granted: [Bug 273977] Thunderbird does not identify itself correctly to iListen voice rec application (Thunderbird.app vs thunderbird-bin ?) : [Attachment 220339] Patch that uses MOZ_APP_D
Mark Mentovai <mark@moxienet.com> has granted David Bienvenu <bienvenu@nventure.com>'s request for superreview: Bug 273977: Thunderbird does not identify itself correctly to iListen voice rec application (Thunderbird.app vs thunderbird-bin ?) https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=273977 Attachment 220339: Patch that uses MOZ_APP_DISPLAYNAME for executable https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/attachment.cgi?id=220339&action=edit ------- Additional Comments from Mark Mentovai <mark@moxienet.com> This comment isn't necessary: +# Executable should match ...

superreview denied: [Bug 273977] Thunderbird does not identify itself correctly to iListen voice rec application (Thunderbird.app vs thunderbird-bin ?) : [Attachment 217422] Patch against current bran
Mark Mentovai <mark@moxienet.com> has denied Josh Aas <joshmoz@gmail.com>'s request for superreview: Bug 273977: Thunderbird does not identify itself correctly to iListen voice rec application (Thunderbird.app vs thunderbird-bin ?) https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=273977 Attachment 217422: Patch against current branch files https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/attachment.cgi?id=217422&action=edit ------- Additional Comments from Mark Mentovai <mark@moxienet.com> The app bundle's name is ThunderbirdDebug during a debug build. I'd be pleased to...

superreview requested: [Bug 273977] Thunderbird does not identify itself correctly to iListen voice rec application (Thunderbird.app vs thunderbird-bin ?) : [Attachment 220339] Patch that uses MOZ_APP #2
Chris Andrichak <chris@grope.com> has asked for superreview: Bug 273977: Thunderbird does not identify itself correctly to iListen voice rec application (Thunderbird.app vs thunderbird-bin ?) https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=273977 Attachment 220339: Patch that uses MOZ_APP_DISPLAYNAME for executable https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/attachment.cgi?id=220339&action=edit ------- Additional Comments from Chris Andrichak <chris@grope.com> Getting the executable name from the variable at mark's suggestion, the make file now swaps it into the plist file also....

superreview requested: [Bug 273977] Thunderbird does not identify itself correctly to iListen voice rec application (Thunderbird.app vs thunderbird-bin ?) : [Attachment 217422] Patch against current b #3
Josh Aas <joshmoz@gmail.com> has asked for superreview: Bug 273977: Thunderbird does not identify itself correctly to iListen voice rec application (Thunderbird.app vs thunderbird-bin ?) https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=273977 Attachment 217422: Patch against current branch files https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/attachment.cgi?id=217422&action=edit ...

superreview requested: [Bug 273977] Thunderbird does not identify itself correctly to iListen voice rec application (Thunderbird.app vs thunderbird-bin ?) : [Attachment 217422] Patch against current b #2
Josh Aas <joshmoz@gmail.com> has asked for superreview: Bug 273977: Thunderbird does not identify itself correctly to iListen voice rec application (Thunderbird.app vs thunderbird-bin ?) https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=273977 Attachment 217422: Patch against current branch files https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/attachment.cgi?id=217422&action=edit ------- Additional Comments from Josh Aas <joshmoz@gmail.com> I know mark isn't sr, but I want him to review this and I can't request another normal review via flags... I suspect this won't be as sa...

superreview requested: [Bug 273977] Thunderbird does not identify itself correctly to iListen voice rec application (Thunderbird.app vs thunderbird-bin ?) : [Attachment 220339] Patch that uses MOZ_APP #3
David Bienvenu <bienvenu@nventure.com> has asked for superreview: Bug 273977: Thunderbird does not identify itself correctly to iListen voice rec application (Thunderbird.app vs thunderbird-bin ?) https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=273977 Attachment 220339: Patch that uses MOZ_APP_DISPLAYNAME for executable https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/attachment.cgi?id=220339&action=edit ------- Additional Comments from David Bienvenu <bienvenu@nventure.com> you need to request reviews of people - bugzilla should really complain about that! ...

Thunderbird
Hi all, I have a thunderbird install on a pc, I want to transfer all the emails on a new pc, how do I go about it? Thanks Anastassios On 17.10.2007 08:01 UK Time, Anastassios Giannaras wrote: > Hi all, > > I have a thunderbird install on a pc, I want to transfer all the emails > on a new pc, how do I go about it? No need to import - simply move/copy your whole mail folder to the new PC and tell TB where to find it. Please ask again if you need more detailed instructions (or someone else will probably provide them anyway). -- Herbert Eppel www.HETr...

Thunderbird To Thunderbird #2
Just downloaded and set up Thunderbird on my PC laptop. I transferred my contacts from Opera to Thunderbird. I set up a bunch of eMail Accounts. I put fresh install on my desktop PC. I see how to get the contacts from the laptop to the desktop. How do I get the eMail account setup from the laptop to the desktop. I do not see any export / import for that. Is there a file to copy over? Some utility to maintain the Accounts? On 06/20/2013 10:56 PM, OldGuy wrote: > Just downloaded and set up Thunderbird on my PC laptop. > I transferred my contacts from Opera to Thunder...

Thunderbird and Thunderbird portable
Hi I use thunderbird on my home computer but travel to other friends and family and would like to use thunderbird portable Pleas can someone give an idiot proff step by step on how to transfer my account settings etc to my U3 usb Thanks On 4/23/2009 10:16 AM, user@domain.invalid wrote: > Hi I use thunderbird on my home computer but travel to other friends and > family and would like to use thunderbird portable Pleas can someone give > an idiot proff step by step on how to transfer my account settings etc > to my U3 usb > > Thanks See: http://kb.mozillazin...

[thunderbird-feedback] thunderbird filter menu options extension request
Hello Thunderbird-developers, My mail system was netscape 4.79 with SUSE-Linux and was updated to thunderbird 2.0.0.12 with WinXP due to network problems on my new notebook. I will switch back to linux as soon as my network problems with linux get fixed. I am missing the possibility to page up or down a predefined number of filter list entries. At the moment I have to manually click through every single filter list item when repositioning a filter setup for grouping filters in a convenient overall look and feel, repositioning filter items that belong to one another to be setu...

Mac mail.app to Thunderbird conversion
Name: Jim Secan Email: jamesdotsecanatgmaildotcom Product: Thunderbird Summary: Mac mail.app to Thunderbird conversion Comments: Every 6-9 months I download Thunderbird to see if it has been modified to import Mac mail.app and Mac addressbook.app files. I just went through this exercise again, and see that yet again it's a hit-or-miss proposition using third-party "needs some cut-and-paste" routines. So, still not running Thunderbird, and won't until it can handle this import problem for me. Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10....

[thunderbird-feedback] thunderbird extended mail options request via signature config file
Hello Thunderbird-developers, what I already think is a good solution is being able to have more than one email-alias to choose from when composing an outgoing email. At the moment I also miss the ability to define more than one equal outgoing email account with the same outgoing smtp mail server and password accounting information. I won't be able to serve with an example for this request though. What I also miss is the possibility to have different signatures depending on different originating and destination email addresses or mass email recipients in my address boo...

[thunderbird-feedback] Missing config options in Popup Offline mode and installing available thunderbird updates
Hello Thunderbird-developers, it's me again, with another options wish: 1. Thunderbird config option offline mode: What's already there: Extended (german "erweitert") > network and memory > "Offline mode" config * remember previous online/offline mode * ask, if I want to work online * always start in online mode Missing button option, that I need: * always start in offline mode Missing button options for completeness: * ask, if I want to work offline * always...

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