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Sat Apr 28 17:45:05 2007 UTC (10 years, 5 months ago) by perry
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Bumped up .rdf to allow installation into Thunderbird 2.0

<h5 class="page-header"><a id="content" name="content">Installation</a></h5>

<p>AutoRewrap 0.005: <a href="">XPI INSTALL LINK</a> (Right-click or control-click and Save As)</p>

<h4>What's New in 0.005</h4>
Still nothing.  I just bumped the .rdf file again so it'll work in Thunderbird
2.0.  AutoRewrap still has some outstanding <a href="/bugs.html">bugs</a>.
<h4>What's New in 0.004</h4>
Nothing.  I just bumped the .rdf file to allow it to install in Thunderbird 1.5
since it seems to work fine.  (Thanks to Thomas Juerges for pointing that out!)
<h4>What's New in 0.003</h4>
        <a href="">bug 7379</a>
        (Don't rewrap the signature) and added a hidden pref
        <tt>extensions.autorewrap.wrapSig</tt> (true by default)
        to toggle this behaviour
    <li>Added a hidden pref <tt>extensions.autorewrap.graceMargin</tt>
        (defaults to 8) to address
        <a href="">bug 7159</a>
        (Investigate selective rewrapping).  If the longest line in the
        email body is shorter than your default wrap margins (set in
        Thunderbird's <em>Composition</em> options) plus the
        value of this pref, the email body won't be rewrapped.

AutoRewrap has been tested in Thunderbird 2.0 and Mozilla 1.7.2,
both on Linux.  I haven't tested it in other platforms (such as
Windows or OS X), but
it should work fine.  (If it doesn't, <a href="bugs.html">let me know!</a>)

AutoRewrap coexists happily with
<a href="">TagZilla</a> and with
<a href="">EnigMail</a> on my computer.
It <em>should</em> work fine with those (and other extensions) on your
computer too, but <acronym title="Your Mileage May Vary">YMMV</acronym>.

AutoRewrap is dually licensed under the
<a href="">Mozilla Public License</a> and the
<a href="">GNU General Public License</a>.

In Thunderbird, uninstall it using the Extension Manager.
In Mozilla, there's no automatic way to uninstall it; you'll have to
do it manually
<a href="">using these instructions</a>.

<h4>Older Versions</h4>
    <li><a href="">0.004</a></li>
    <li><a href="">0.003</a></li>
    <li><a href="">0.001</a></li>

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