|User since||Nov. 18, 2011|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
Change is bad, and here's the fix Rated 5 out of 5 stars
It might be the pettiest of things to complain about, but given DeviantArt's failure to understand proper branding and aesthetics, as well as bolstering their choice with such a pathetic "story" to justify it, it's nice to know there's an easy fix. It's a lot more comforting seeing the logo I've seen for years, now if only they'd get rid of that "Get the app" ad that covers it, it'd be golden.
Works as high as 31 Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Mr Morton abandoning the classic look was quite disheartening and problematic, forcing me to basically jerry-rig a solution, which has lead to an enormous amount of problems. The uglyness of the current Firefox has always made me hesitant to upgrade...
So far I've gotten this version to work with up to Firefox 31, doesn't work with versions past that, but 31 at least doesn't cause half as much problems, so while I do hope for an upgrade to work with current versions of Firefox, and I really, REALLY hope the Aero version fix as well, this works quite well.
helpful but needs work Rated 3 out of 5 stars
It works, but it could use some improvements, such as a "block this user's posts" function.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.4.5.1-signed).
Needs updating for contemporary times Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Even if you're able to use the skin now, with each new release it becomes less and less functional.
I want to keep using it, but now bookmark menus, URL menus and right-click menus randomly don't physically appear when they're activated, and it's a real pain to work through it.
Nobody has so much as tried to create a replacement nor something similar to this skin, and it pains me to see it growing less and less stable to the point I won't be able to use it anymore.
comfort restored Rated 4 out of 5 stars
having to stay with Firefox 3.6 was starting to become a liability. More and more websites were updating in ways that 3.6 couldn't support and eventually I couldn't stand it anymore. Thankfully with this, I don't have to!
other add-ons are required to complete the experience however, such as the back/forward dropdownmaker tool and status-4-evar but without this it just wouldn't be the same
there are two complaints however. The inability to seperate the reload and stop buttons without a separator (or reordering) and the fact sometimes the back and forward buttons don't work and instead make the sound I've set to the dropdown menu sound. The latter only happens if neither button has been pressed in a while however, though still irksome. These are the only thing that prevent it from being perfect.