The new iPod sync extension is so simple that besides the options GUI (which most people will never need to touch), this is the only UI a user will ever see.
Update [12-26-2005]: It’s out, and available here.
Tags: extensions, ipod, mozPod, Thunderbird
November 4th, 2005 at 1:22 am | Posted in Apple, Mozilla
Is this an extension or a standalone (xulrunner) app ??
I’m worried that Apple is bamboozling us by these 6 month upgrades. I mean, it’s a great company but boy are their products expensive!
P.S. I’m, selling my iBook looking for a buyer:
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having the complete message, cover the underneath message is bad UI; the user may not have had time to read it and be worried about what it had said – and the back one dissapears first so you never get to see what it said! Shouldn’t just the text of the message change?
[…] I want it! That is a little video of how the upcoming iPod Sync extension for Thunderbird should work. […]
Kroc, that would be a problem if this were e.g. a nuclear waste management controller application, but it’s a contact sync program.
Also, I assume that the movie was made with a trivially small number of contacts to make the movie as quick (and therefore the flash file small) and that the notification biffs don’t overlap each other quite that badly in normal use.
Personally, I’ve been looking for something like this for months and just saw it in mozdev and just got so happy. Thanks Robert!
@Kroc: I didn’t say it was done :-D.
@Greg: It’s currently working on a set of about 50 address cards.
@Dave: please don’t spam.
“Synchronization” is spelled with an h…
Any hopes of a calendar sync tool?
@Tyler: yes soon
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