Fix FireTray incompatible with Thunderbird 60.2.1

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Fix FireTray incompatible with Thunderbird 60.2.1
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DanieBlog - When you update Thunderbird, you will get a error that “FireTray incompatible with Thunderbird 60.2.1”. That’s the current version of Thunderbird at the time of this article.

You know, FireTray is one of the most used add-ons, and it has the effect of minitraying Thunderbird into your taskbar. This is extremely useful, it gives you more space to work but still does not leave any new emails.

“Tray” add-ons are not compatible when updating Thunderbird

At first, FireTray wrote that their add-on works only with Thunderbird 7.0 – 50.0. It’s clear that it’s not compatible with Thunderbird 60.2.1, at the moment, I just think that only FireTray is faulty.

But when looking for other similar add-ons, they are not compatible with Thunderbird 60.2.1.

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Tray add-ons are not compatible with Thunderbird 60.

Fix FireTray incompatible with Thunderbird 60.2.1

So, how do we use FireTray on Thunderbird 60.2.1?

After a while searching, I saw some people have had a solution.

Step 1: Remove old FireTray from your Thunderbird

Just go to Tools -> Add-ons on Thunderbird, select Remove old add-on FireTray.

Step 2: Download a new version of FireTray

You access the link below to download the new FireTray file.

https://github.com/Ximi1970/FireTray/releases
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Link download FireTray new version for Thunderbird 60.

Right click on firetray-0.6.2.xpi and select Save link as ...

Step 3: Install the new FireTray and restart Thunderbird

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Install new add-on from file in Thunderbird.

Now go to Thunderbird Add-ons Manager, click Install Add-on From File... and select the .xpi file you downloaded above.

After that, Thunderbird will ask you to restart to apply the add-on. You just have to select the restart and experience the newly installed FireTray.

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