ToneQuilla 1.0.0 released

By | November 10, 2009

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 will launch a .mp3 file in a local player, you can now ask it to do that as part of the filter action. I also support .ogg files using Mozilla’s standard Ogg Vorbis player, though my experience has been that this not reliable enough yet for real usage, at least on Windows XP.

You can download this from AMO, see a detailed description of ToneQuilla here, or see details of changes in this revision from the releases page.

I’ve also now submitted this for official review by the folks at AMO, so hopefully after a month this will be able to leave the experimental sandbox, and things like automatic updates should also work.

Make sure that you make a filter to play “We Are in Love” for the emails that you receive from your significant other!