UX Priorities.

Tech163 tech163 at fusionswift.com
Thu Mar 29 20:26:20 UTC 2012

On 3/28/12 21:20, Advrk Aplmkt wrote:
> YES, the Modern Address Book would take Thunderbird one giant leap towards becoming a killer app. I know *so many* people who absolutely can't wait for this feature to be fully implemented.
> If Mozilla provides a way to donate to specific projects, my money is definitely going to the Modern Address Book.
> Nomis101<Nomis101 at web.de>  於 2012/3/28 17:39 寫道:
>> For me, Australis for Thunderbird and the Modern Address Book are the
>> two main things which will bring the Thunderbird UX a big step forward.
>> So I'm anxious waiting for that. :-)
>> What I also was using for a while and liked (but I don't now what the
>> status of this is) was the Attachment Tab experiment
>> (https://bitbucket.org/clarkbw/attachments).
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On a related note (to the address book), not being able to right click 
and copy email address (or select it for that matter) is quite annoying. 
Hopefully that's something that comes along with the web-based? modern 
address book.

Another thing I thought of is some sort of built-in "Minimize to Tray" 
feature similar to bug 208923 - 
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=208923 for both Linux and 
Windows. Perhaps something to prompt the user on their first time 
closing Thunderbird, and checkbox in TB Options/Preferences same place 
as where it asks about default mail client.

Also https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=724100, perhaps 
something that can be fixed along with everything else related to the 
message header.


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