Dosn't work Noté 3 sur 5 étoiles
Just shows empty URL bar. Maybe it's a conflict with other addons. The addon it was forked from back in the day works fine: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/page-title/
Nice add-on Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles
page title is still important.
Excellent add-on; One wish Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles
This add-on works exactly as described, and it seems to be bug-free. Works in Pale Moon, as well as in Firefox.
My wish: Provide options to gray out or NOT to gray out the URL parts other than the domain. Why? Because what is more readable for some people is less readable for others. For people with impaired vision, graying out text tends not to work very well; such people would likely prefer to keep the entire URL black. I would prefer this!
Very good extension Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles
But two improvements would most-liked:
- Add "chrome: //fastdial/content/fastdial.html" on pages does not show url.
- And an option to hide the www in the address
Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles
- the domain and path parts are separated by a space - I would like to disable that
- the URL is cut off (not visible completely) though there is enough space; please contact me at thehacker at azet sk as I did not find any way to directly contact you / submit a bug report.
Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles
Good but still not compatible with "status-4-evar" -- address got truncated. If title is too long, it'll extend out of the location bar, overlapping the search bar.
Further more, if S4E is set to render progress in location bar, the area occupied by the TITLE added by this addon won't get rendered, resulting in interrupted progress bar.
It works fine. Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles
Never mind. I needed time to investigate for possible incompatibility with other add-ons and as it turns out, actually Status-4-Evar truncated the urls if this add-on was also installed (I set S4E to display urls in the right side of the url bar).
I switched to Link location bar (from S4E) and it seems to work well with this add-on. Now I have in my urlbar from left to right:
current url (not trimmed), link url if I hover over a link on the curent page and finally the page title. Which is excellent since I'm using widescreen displays both at home and work with small fonts.
Could you please make screenshot?
So I could see how to reproduce the effect.