The Options Dialog:
Emails or RSS Feed Entries. By default it's off.
2: Warn About
is set that will alert you when you click on a link that contains
3: Enable Button Titles:
By default this is on, it shows the words "Forward, Back, Refresh, Go"
on the buttons on the ThunderBrowse toolbar.
4: Change Window Title
for websites and email: If this setting is on, then Email
Subject titles and Website titles will appear as the Window title. Much
like you see in Firefox.
5: New Tabs should be
selected when created: When checked, this setting will
make all newly created tabs come into focus.
6: Remove to, from, and
subject bar while browsing: This feature clears up the
preview pane area so you will be able to browse in a bigger area. It
removes the to, from, and subject bar as well as the attachment bar.
Bars created by other extensions will probably not hide.
7: Use AutoComplete:
Like in Firefox, ThunderBrowse has the ability to go back to old urls
by simply typing part of the url. A menu will appear and will suggest
some recently typed in urls.
8: Autoselect the URLBar on click:
This option makes it so that you only have to click once on the urlbar
to select all the text inside of it
9: Hide the Bookmarks menu?:
When this option is checked, the Bookmarks menu will be removed from the window.
Uncheck it to make the Bookmarks menu visable again.
10: Enable Command Line Installs?:
When enabled, ThunderBrowse will take urls to extension files passed via commandline with the flag of -install and install the extensions. This is handy (and necessary) if you have TBExtInt installed for Firefox.
11: URLBar placed at bottom of window?:
When enabled, the URLBar will be placed at the bottom of the window, this requires a restart in order to work.
12: Clear History Button:
This button clears the history of the current session. ThunderBrowse
clears this data automatically when you close Thunderbird.
13: Change Key:
This allows you to change the default Ctrl+W key that opens up an
external window (as in just a simple popup window). If you change it to
a key that is used by another extension or by Thunderbird, you will
need the keyconfig extension.
14: Custom Browser
launcher: this preference is ONLY for advanced users.
DON'T tamper with it. This is for people who want to launch a browser
other than the default browser (which is the one that opens when you
click on links [on default Microsoft computers it's Internet Explorer
unless the user has installed Firefox or another browser]).
15: Mouse Functions Tab:
This is the part of the window that contains the settings for remapping
mouse functions. See below.
The Mouse Functions Dialog:
Middle Clicked Links Should Open in:
1: New Tab: Setting this will cause middle clicking on links to open in a new tab rather than opening an external browser (like Firefox)
2: External Browser: Setting this will cause middle clicking on links to open in an external browser (like Firefox)
Left Clicked Links Should Open in:
3: the current tab: all links within that tab will open in that tab when left clicked
4: a new tab: all new links will open in new tabs
5: Ask to launch browser on middle click?:
When checked, you will see a prompt asking if you really want to launch
an external browser. This helps for accidental clicks. This setting
means nothing if middle clicked links should open in a new tab.
6: GUI links should open in a popup window:
When checked, this option makes "Get Extensions" and "Visit Homepage" links for extensions and themes open in a popup window. Mr. Tech's Local Install conflicts with this option.