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Don't let the version number scare you. I've been dogfooding it since I started, so it should be pretty stable. Of course, having said that, you're trying this at your own risk.
In Firefox 0.9+ and Thunderbird 0.7+, you absolutely positively MUST install JSLib BEFORE you install TagZilla! Otherwise, the program won't appear to start once you install TagZilla. If you get yourself stuck like this, here's how to recover:
- Ensure the program isn't running at all (check your process list, however your host OS makes you do that, to be sure)
- Run the program in Safe Mode (there's a shortcut in Windows, or
--safe-modeoption on the command line)
- Either install JSLib now, or uninstall TagZilla
- Exit the program and restart it normally
TagZilla has been tested and is known to work with EnigMail. However, you should install EnigMail before you install TagZilla.
- XPI Download/Install Link (Shift-click, or Right-click | Save As... to save)
- Firefox 0.9+, Thunderbird 0.7+: Use the Extension Manager to uninstall TagZilla.
- If you have a recent version of TagZilla and of JSLib: Use the Uninstall button that appears on TagZilla's About window.
- None of the above: Follow the instructions given here.
Note to Linux users
If you installed Mozilla as root, you must be root to install TagZilla and other such Mozilla extensions to the program directory. In addition, you have to restart Mozilla as root after you've installed TagZilla, so it can update its chrome registry. (That probably goes for other multi-user OSes too, but I don't know which off the top of my head.) If you installed Mozilla into your own home directory, or another directory for which you have write access, this won't be a problem for you.
TagZilla 0.001 is singly licensed under the Mozilla Public License.