Category Archives: ToneQuilla

ToneQuilla version 1.0.1

ToneQuilla version 1.0.1 has been posted on AMO for review (or is available on this site here.) This fixes a bug reported in the forum, where for some users .wav files were playing in the default media player, instead of using Mozilla’s internal code.

ToneQuilla 1.0.0 released

I’ve now released ToneQuilla version 1.0.0 on AMO. This allows users in Thunderbird 3.0 and SeaMonkey 2.0 to play a particular sound as a filter action, so that different types of emails can play different sounds. In this release, I’ve fixed some bugs, plus added support for some new sound formats. If your operating system… Read More »

Updated ToneQuilla, FiltaQuilla, and JunQuilla posted

Recently I posted new versions of ToneQuilla, FiltaQuilla, and JunQuilla to mozilla’s addons site that support Thunderbird 3 beta 2, and Seamonkey 2 alpha 3 (SM is not supported in JunQuilla). In addition to version support, extensions have these changes: ToneQuilla mostly gets an important bug fix to stop playing from ending prematurely. JunQuilla gets… Read More »

Controlling notification with filters

Today I will write in a more practical direction, describing how to setup Thunderbird with MesQuilla extensions to control notification. Under stock Thunderbird, notification of arriving emails (sometimes called BIFF) may be controlled in two ways – and both of these are system-wide settings. These features are controlled from the General/Options dialog: “Show an alert”… Read More »

ToneQuilla now available in AMO

The ToneQuilla extension is now available here on Mozilla’s addons website. ToneQuilla provides a new message filter action to Thunderbird and Seamonkey to play a sound. A number of sound files are also provided to make it easy to get started. Details about ToneQuilla are available here on the website.