Thunderbird Thesaurus support

Not sure if this is the right place to ask this question but here
goes.  I am attempting to migrate away from Microsoft to Thunderbird
and Open Office products.  I would like to know if there is an add-on
for a Thesaurus function within Thunderbird.  I have read all the
posts (most appear to be a year or so old) regarding this subject and
it does not appear to exist.  The instructions for adding Snappy Words
or The Thesaurus along with the other options say download the file.
Only when you download nothing happens except the add-on is added to
Firefox.  The file is an HTML file and not an XPI file as was
suggested.  I am trying to get to the point where I can right click
the mouse and the Thesaurus option will appear and give me a list of
synonyms.  Or, as in Outlook hitting a function key such as Cntrl F7
etc=85.. Does anyone know if/when something might be developed?  Thanks
in advance for any information.


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On Thu. 19.11.2009 22:15, aztex77 wrote:
> Not sure if this is the right place to ask this question but here
> goes.  I am attempting to migrate away from Microsoft to Thunderbird
> and Open Office products.  I would like to know if there is an add-on
> for a Thesaurus function within Thunderbird.  I have read all the
> posts (most appear to be a year or so old) regarding this subject and
> it does not appear to exist.  The instructions for adding Snappy Words
> or The Thesaurus along with the other options say download the file.
> Only when you download nothing happens except the add-on is added to
> Firefox.  The file is an HTML file and not an XPI file as was
> suggested.  I am trying to get to the point where I can right click
> the mouse and the Thesaurus option will appear and give me a list of
> synonyms.  Or, as in Outlook hitting a function key such as Cntrl F7
> etc�.. Does anyone know if/when something might be developed?  Thanks
> in advance for any information.

Perhaps one of these add-ons:

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/search?q=Thesaurus+&cat=all&advancedsearch=1&as=1&appid=18&lver=any&atype=0&pp=20&pid=5&sort=&lup=

PS. Your question sounds like a support request. This is a developer 
newsgroup. Please post support questions in the support newsgroup:

mozilla.support.thunderbird

news://news.mozilla.com:119/mozilla.support.thunderbird

The people there will gladly help you.

FU set to mozilla.support.thunderbird
-- 
Regards,

Peter Lairo

The browser you can trust:  www.Firefox.com
Reclaim Your Inbox:         www.GetThunderbird.com

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Peter
11/20/2009 4:46:00 PM
Not sure, but I think those are all search engines for FF, mistakenly 
marked for TB.
Or maybe I missed how to install the search engine XML in TB?


On 20-Nov-09 8:46 AM, Peter Lairo wrote:
> On Thu. 19.11.2009 22:15, aztex77 wrote:
>> Not sure if this is the right place to ask this question but here
>> goes. I am attempting to migrate away from Microsoft to Thunderbird
>> and Open Office products. I would like to know if there is an add-on
>> for a Thesaurus function within Thunderbird. I have read all the
>> posts (most appear to be a year or so old) regarding this subject and
>> it does not appear to exist. The instructions for adding Snappy Words
>> or The Thesaurus along with the other options say download the file.
>> Only when you download nothing happens except the add-on is added to
>> Firefox. The file is an HTML file and not an XPI file as was
>> suggested. I am trying to get to the point where I can right click
>> the mouse and the Thesaurus option will appear and give me a list of
>> synonyms. Or, as in Outlook hitting a function key such as Cntrl F7
>> etc�.. Does anyone know if/when something might be developed? Thanks
>> in advance for any information.
>
> Perhaps one of these add-ons:
>
> https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/search?q=Thesaurus+&cat=all&advancedsearch=1&as=1&appid=18&lver=any&atype=0&pp=20&pid=5&sort=&lup=
>
>
> PS. Your question sounds like a support request. This is a developer
> newsgroup. Please post support questions in the support newsgroup:
>
> mozilla.support.thunderbird
>
> news://news.mozilla.com:119/mozilla.support.thunderbird
>
> The people there will gladly help you.
>
> FU set to mozilla.support.thunderbird

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Russell
11/20/2009 5:46:49 PM
Not sure, but I think those are all search engines for FF, mistakenly 
marked for TB.
Or maybe I missed how to install the search engine XML in TB?


On 20-Nov-09 8:46 AM, Peter Lairo wrote:
> On Thu. 19.11.2009 22:15, aztex77 wrote:
>> Not sure if this is the right place to ask this question but here
>> goes. I am attempting to migrate away from Microsoft to Thunderbird
>> and Open Office products. I would like to know if there is an add-on
>> for a Thesaurus function within Thunderbird. I have read all the
>> posts (most appear to be a year or so old) regarding this subject and
>> it does not appear to exist. The instructions for adding Snappy Words
>> or The Thesaurus along with the other options say download the file.
>> Only when you download nothing happens except the add-on is added to
>> Firefox. The file is an HTML file and not an XPI file as was
>> suggested. I am trying to get to the point where I can right click
>> the mouse and the Thesaurus option will appear and give me a list of
>> synonyms. Or, as in Outlook hitting a function key such as Cntrl F7
>> etc�.. Does anyone know if/when something might be developed? Thanks
>> in advance for any information.
>
> Perhaps one of these add-ons:
>
> https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/search?q=Thesaurus+&cat=all&advancedsearch=1&as=1&appid=18&lver=any&atype=0&pp=20&pid=5&sort=&lup=
>
>
> PS. Your question sounds like a support request. This is a developer
> newsgroup. Please post support questions in the support newsgroup:
>
> mozilla.support.thunderbird
>
> news://news.mozilla.com:119/mozilla.support.thunderbird
>
> The people there will gladly help you.
>
> FU set to mozilla.support.thunderbird

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Russell
11/20/2009 5:47:40 PM
On Nov 20, 9:46=A0am, Peter Lairo <Pe...@Lairo.com> wrote:
> On Thu. 19.11.2009 22:15, aztex77 wrote:
>
> > Not sure if this is the right place to ask this question but here
> > goes. =A0I am attempting to migrate away from Microsoft to Thunderbird
> > and Open Office products. =A0I would like to know if there is an add-on
> > for a Thesaurus function within Thunderbird. =A0I have read all the
> > posts (most appear to be a year or so old) regarding this subject and
> > it does not appear to exist. =A0The instructions for adding Snappy Word=
s
> > or The Thesaurus along with the other options say download the file.
> > Only when you download nothing happens except the add-on is added to
> > Firefox. =A0The file is an HTML file and not an XPI file as was
> > suggested. =A0I am trying to get to the point where I can right click
> > the mouse and the Thesaurus option will appear and give me a list of
> > synonyms. =A0Or, as in Outlook hitting a function key such as Cntrl F7
> > etc=85.. Does anyone know if/when something might be developed? =A0Than=
ks
> > in advance for any information.
>
> Perhaps one of these add-ons:
>
> https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/search?q=3DThesaurus+&cat=3D=
....
>
> PS. Your question sounds like a support request. This is a developer
> newsgroup. Please post support questions in the support newsgroup:
>
> mozilla.support.thunderbird
>
> news://news.mozilla.com:119/mozilla.support.thunderbird
>
> The people there will gladly help you.
>
> FU set to mozilla.support.thunderbird
> --
> Regards,
>
> Peter Lairo
>
> The browser you can trust: =A0www.Firefox.com
> Reclaim Your Inbox: =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0www.GetThunderbird.com
>
> Islam: =A0http://www.jihadwatch.org/islam101/
> Israel:http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/myths2/
> Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster: =A0http://www.venganza.org/
> Anthropogenic Global Warming skepsis: =A0 =A0http://tinyurl.com/AGW-Skeps=
is

Thank you Peter, the add-ons  you suggested are for FireFox not TB.
The support group has been helpful in providing the same information
you suggested.  It does not appear there is a solution to the
problem.  There is one workaround by using another set of add on I've
found (simple search and thunderbrowse) that sorta addresses the issue
but not definitively.  Thanks again.
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aztex77
11/20/2009 8:21:36 PM
aztex77 expressed an opinion:
> On Nov 20, 9:46 am, Peter Lairo <Pe...@Lairo.com> wrote:
>> On Thu. 19.11.2009 22:15, aztex77 wrote:
>>
>>> Not sure if this is the right place to ask this question but here
>>> goes.  I am attempting to migrate away from Microsoft to Thunderbird
>>> and Open Office products.  I would like to know if there is an add-on
>>> for a Thesaurus function within Thunderbird.  I have read all the
>>> posts (most appear to be a year or so old) regarding this subject and
>>> it does not appear to exist.  The instructions for adding Snappy Words
>>> or The Thesaurus along with the other options say download the file.
>>> Only when you download nothing happens except the add-on is added to
>>> Firefox.  The file is an HTML file and not an XPI file as was
>>> suggested.  I am trying to get to the point where I can right click
>>> the mouse and the Thesaurus option will appear and give me a list of
>>> synonyms.  Or, as in Outlook hitting a function key such as Cntrl F7
>>> etc�.. Does anyone know if/when something might be developed?  Thanks
>>> in advance for any information.
>> Perhaps one of these add-ons:
>>
>> https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/search?q=Thesaurus+&cat=...
>>
>> FU set to mozilla.support.thunderbird
> 
> Thank you Peter, the add-ons  you suggested are for FireFox not TB.
> The support group has been helpful in providing the same information
> you suggested.  It does not appear there is a solution to the
> problem.  There is one workaround by using another set of add on I've
> found (simple search and thunderbrowse) that sorta addresses the issue
> but not definitively.  Thanks again.

When you download add-on's for Thunderbird, you must save it to your 
hard-drive first, then use Thunderbird's add-on Install button.

Since the Thesaurus add-ons currently available are basically direct 
links to websites, yes, I think ThunderBrowse is your best bet for 
creating the illusion of a built-in thesaurus in Thunderbird.

-- 
KristleBawl
!daer ot ysae eb ot evah senilgat syas ohW
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KristleBawl
11/21/2009 12:00:03 AM
On Nov 20, 5:00=A0pm, KristleBawl <KristleB...@some.email> wrote:
> aztex77 expressed an opinion:
>
>
>
> > On Nov 20, 9:46 am, Peter Lairo <Pe...@Lairo.com> wrote:
> >> On Thu. 19.11.2009 22:15, aztex77 wrote:
>
> >>> Not sure if this is the right place to ask this question but here
> >>> goes. =A0I am attempting to migrate away from Microsoft to Thunderbir=
d
> >>> and Open Office products. =A0I would like to know if there is an add-=
on
> >>> for a Thesaurus function within Thunderbird. =A0I have read all the
> >>> posts (most appear to be a year or so old) regarding this subject and
> >>> it does not appear to exist. =A0The instructions for adding Snappy Wo=
rds
> >>> or The Thesaurus along with the other options say download the file.
> >>> Only when you download nothing happens except the add-on is added to
> >>> Firefox. =A0The file is an HTML file and not an XPI file as was
> >>> suggested. =A0I am trying to get to the point where I can right click
> >>> the mouse and the Thesaurus option will appear and give me a list of
> >>> synonyms. =A0Or, as in Outlook hitting a function key such as Cntrl F=
7
> >>> etc=85.. Does anyone know if/when something might be developed? =A0Th=
anks
> >>> in advance for any information.
> >> Perhaps one of these add-ons:
>
> >>https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/search?q=3DThesaurus+&cat=
=3D...
>
> >> FU set to mozilla.support.thunderbird
>
> > Thank you Peter, the add-ons =A0you suggested are for FireFox not TB.
> > The support group has been helpful in providing the same information
> > you suggested. =A0It does not appear there is a solution to the
> > problem. =A0There is one workaround by using another set of add on I've
> > found (simple search and thunderbrowse) that sorta addresses the issue
> > but not definitively. =A0Thanks again.
>
> When you download add-on's for Thunderbird, you must save it to your
> hard-drive first, then use Thunderbird's add-on Install button.
>
> Since the Thesaurus add-ons currently available are basically direct
> links to websites, yes, I think ThunderBrowse is your best bet for
> creating the illusion of a built-in thesaurus in Thunderbird.
>
> --
> KristleBawl
> !daer ot ysae eb ot evah senilgat syas ohW

Thanks KristleBawl, the Thesaurus add-on's are not for TB.  They are
for FF.  They are XML files and even if you save them to your hard
drive you can't load them in TB.  They are categorized incorrectly on
the web site.
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aztex77
11/21/2009 3:10:23 PM
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On Friday 20 November 2009 10:16 PM, Peter Lairo wrote:
> On Thu. 19.11.2009 22:15, aztex77 wrote:
>> Not sure if this is the right place to ask this question but here
>> goes.  I am attempting to migrate away from Microsoft to Thunderbird
>> and Open Office products.  I would like to know if there is an add-on
>> for a Thesaurus function within Thunderbird.  I have read all the
>> posts (most appear to be a year or so old) regarding this subject and
>> it does not appear to exist.  The instructions for adding Snappy Words=

>> or The Thesaurus along with the other options say download the file.
>> Only when you download nothing happens except the add-on is added to
>> Firefox.  The file is an HTML file and not an XPI file as was
>> suggested.  I am trying to get to the point where I can right click
>> the mouse and the Thesaurus option will appear and give me a list of
>> synonyms.  Or, as in Outlook hitting a function key such as Cntrl F7
>> etc=85.. Does anyone know if/when something might be developed?  Thank=
s
>> in advance for any information.=20

There is an extension to compose message in external editor.
"http://globs.org/articles.php?pg=3D2&lng=3Den"

You can map OO with Tb and take advantage of Thesaurus ( Ctrl + F7 )
feature of OO.

Unfortunately i can't test it in my system ( in nightly build this
extension failed to work and i currently don't have Tb2 installed in
system) and in extension page it is not clearly mentioned if this
extension will work with OO :( .


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11/21/2009 7:57:08 PM
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