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Appearance and Customization
Get international weather forecasts from AccuWeather.com and display them in any toolbar or statusbar with this highly customizable and unobtrusive extension.
Now Available for: Firefox, Thunderbird and SeaMonkey!
Allows you to resize the window to specific dimensions.
NOTE: Users of Firefox 29 and above must install "The Addon Bar" extension to use this, as Firesizer uses the add-on bar that has been removed in Firefox 29.
Displays tabs which allows quick navigation between time periods in Lightning calendar. All views of calendar are supported. Color of tab texts can be adjusted.
Customize menus : Helps removing, moving and renaming menus and menu items
Colorize important menu for ease of use! (use Style (CSS))
Change or disable any of used keyboard shortcuts
Support: Firefox, Thunderbird and SeaMonkey
Color your Folder Treeview Icons!
Add toolbar for toggling tags.
Lightweight Themes Manager No Restart
Manage your installed personas (lightweight themes).
A timer/clock residing in the toolbar.
An easier management of the user interface language
GNotifier No Restart
Add-on for Firefox and Thunderbird. Integrates Firefox's notifications with the OS's native notification system. It supports most Linux desktops and Windows 8.
Hide title bar if window is maximized.
This extension created only for GNOME 3. It can create problems with another DE (KDE, XFCE, etc). However, you can use HTitle at your own risk (need enable "legacy" mode on settings page).
Show All Body Parts No Restart
Enable the View | Message Body As | All Body Parts message display mode.
Removes the "Local Folders" entry from the folder pane.
Personas Shuffler No Restart
Change your Personas theme on each browser load.
Adds toolbar buttons to Mark All emails as Read, Mark Thread as Read, and Goto Next Unread Thread.
Adds a font size (in pixels), strikethough, subscript and superscript buttons to Thunderbird's Compose Window.
Makes Thunderbird looking like Outlook.
Maximize message pane by collapsing the thread pane. You can read a message in larger area without opening a new message window...