Diff for /quickfilters/www/index.html between versions 1.14 and 1.15

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 <h2 class="page-header">quickFilters :: homepage</h2>  <h2 class="page-header">quickFilters :: homepage</h2>
   
<p>This is a new extension of mine that extends some of the new filter behavior already seen in QuickFolders and brings it to the folder tree. <p>Thanks for installing quickFilters! <br/>
It can be used independantly of, or in conjunction with quickFolders.</p>
 This extension makes it much easier to create new mail filters, by simply dragging emails into folders and let quickFilters do the "heavy lifting" 
 of filling in the sometimes complicated settings in the filter settings. Filters are usually used to move emails to other folders, automatically, so it makes
 sense to show Thunderbird "what to do" by dragging one typical email manually, rather than filling in all the complicated details.
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 <a name='messageFilterAssistant'>   <a name='messageFilterAssistant'> 
 <h3>The Filter Assistant</h3>  <h3>The Filter Assistant</h3>
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 <p>  <p>
 With this, it is very easy to create new filters very quickly.   With this, it is very easy to create new filters very quickly. 
</p></p>It will prefill the destination folder and other relevant fields after you have dragged the email into a different folder in the tree.
<p>I actually invested 2 weeks of work over the last Christmas Holidays in order to write the "Filter Wizard"; this will  
prefill the destination folder for you after you have dragged the email into one of the folders in the folder tree. 
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   <li> Click on the quickFilters button on the main toolbar<br/>    <li> Click on the quickFilters button on the main toolbar<br/>

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