Rated 5 out of 5 stars

One of the finest add-ons released on Firefox. Combined with Hide Caption Titlebar Plus, Classic Theme Restorer(with compact view enabled) and panel optimizations in my desktop environment, Xfce, this frees up a lot of unneeded space without sacrificing any functionality.
I especially like how the URL bar scrolls out whenever is in tact or new tab is open.
To any other new adopters of this add-on - after you install it, right click on empty space on bar, click on "Customize..." and move the Australis bar on top in order to not to lose any functionality after installing this add-on.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Please update. Settings button needs to be here. I can't figure how to change it's location.

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Tab min-width getting very small Rated 4 out of 5 stars

It shrink to become only an icon. In the UX Austrails builds.

Navigation bar gone! Rated 2 out of 5 stars

I really like(d) this addon, all up until the navigation bar disappered! Now I only have the magnifying glass to the left, then the tabs! Hitting cmd+L (this is on OS X) brings up a small popup like when you hide the navigation bar. Removing the plugin and restarting Firefox a few times restores the normal navigation bar.

Excellent but with tweaks great. Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Using this in combination with the UX nightly is wonderful. However the browser.css in this script is set to a minimum tab size of 40 which shows nothing but icons. With multiple tabs open from one site, this is a nightmare. Why this is specified in the script is curious, as it's completely unnecessary to override the user defined value elsewhere. Either removing this or adjusting it manually by unpacking the extension is recommended. I have mine set to 80 and it functions beautifully now. Here is the extension without search and at double width;
Works beautifully with Foobar and Omnibar this way.

MUST HAVE Rated 5 out of 5 stars

no puedo vivir sin este complemento, se a convertido en el impresondible aunque me gustaria que no desactivara el auto-hide, cuando estoy en pantalla completa

Okay but has flaws Rated 3 out of 5 stars

I agree with Arman - use this in combination with Omnibar and this will allow you to change search engines. Using Tab Mix Plus allows adjusting tab width. Search icon is totally useless.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Merged with Omnibar and Omnibar Plus add-ons, Firefox is now thinner than Google chrome and Internet explorer 10

Ideal of interface Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Exactly the look I want to have Firefox in the original. The best interface add-on. The only disadvantage is the lack of any configuration.

Need better support Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Looks like the Prospector experiment is dead. Or at least a very big part of it. This add-on is very good and very useful, but like many other from the Prospector experiment, is lacking support. I use a full themes for customizing the FF and it looks like this add-on is in conflict with some of them... I realy like it and hope someone to fix it. Or even better - to see it in the next version of FF by default.

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Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Nice extension! Is it possible to hide the search-button somehow? I'm using stylish, but the button has no ID...

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Good! but not work for some full screen mode youtube

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

like one said: the search-bar functionality is gone like this. looks nice, but the workflow stumbles.
Why not integrate the url-bar into the search-field? Use a keyboard shortcut or "scroll search engines" to switch between the "search engine" url-bar and other, real search engines. Funny enough, if you add a history of search terms for every one of the search engines (yeah, give it some "forget" options), you could use the back and forth buttons not just for urls, but for search terms per engine, too. But that's just m 2 cents.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Not flexible enough. The search button taking you to about:home seems cheap and lazy. It should provide a drop down list of what search engine to use when searching from the address bar, essentially mimicking the functionality of search bar.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Great concept, but wish it was more flexible.

I'd prefer the the tabs on the left, and URL on the right, as I'm more often looking at the tabs than the URL.

The deal-breaker right now is the search-button going to the google-default; I regularly search directly on wikipedia, amazon, ebay, and custom-search providers [and expect them to open in a new-tab, as per my configs]. While I love the condensed look of Prospector, the loss of specific-search-in-new-tab was a big disappointment.

Very good! Rated 4 out of 5 stars

it would be even better if one could get rid of the search button next... we use the address bar for searching.

Good Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This is a very useful addon for extracting screen space. I use it without any major hitches on Windows. But I face a problem while using it on Linux machines. On Linux machines, the Fx/Nightly button shifts to the right of the combined url bar. Is there a way to fix/get around this?

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Keep the good work!

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Good addon Rated 5 out of 5 stars

It's mysteriously simple but there some tips i would give to you to make this effect. Some other addons installed might damage this addon or probably changing modifications in about:config. Hoping for this addon to be protected from other addon's who's scripts might change its variable. But when i restart the settings of all addon it work fine.

A good start Rated 4 out of 5 stars

This is a good add-on. Here are some changes that I'd like to see:
- In Chrome you can search with an engine that's not your default by typing "google foo" or "bing foo". That'd be helpful here.
- With the search button and selecting text and right clicking to search, both default to Google even though Bing is my default. The latter of these in particular is a bit jarring.
- It'd be nice to have an option to keep the new tab button. When there's empty space I can double-click that for a new tab and I can usually Ctrl-T for a new tab, but that's not always the case and it's just nice to have that option. Same deal with Panorama.

I think that's it. This is a really neat solution; these changes would make it even better!