Pokud si myslíte, že tento doplněk porušuje Mozillou stanovené zásady tvorby a správy doplňků nebo obsahuje problémy v oblasti bezpečnosti a ochrany osobních údajů, nahlaste nám je prosím pomocí tohoto fomuláře.
Nepoužívejte prosím tento formulář k hlášení chyb či žádosti o nové funkce doplňku, hlášení bude zasláno Mozille, ne vývojáři.
Вообще не нашел это тини меню. Хрень какая то.
Yes, this is mostly aesthetic extension, but it does its job for me. I have bookmarks, options, downloads and extensions as separate icons on locationbar. The rest of the menus I use very rarely. Tiny Menu makes these ugliness on top disappear.
Works with FX 30.0 and Classic Theme Restorer. Thank you!
In my Iceweasel it simple compacts the whole menu bar into a single item: it's neater but harder to use and still occupies the same space as the old menu-bar!
I use with both FF & TBird...move all other tools to the MenuBar (right click MenuBar>Customize), then hide the Navigation Toolbar (View>Toolbars>NavigationToolbar)....now menus, tools & navigation are all on ONE bar. So many useful items are missing from the new default condensed menu (esp. add-on menu items). This gives them all back AND still accomplishes the saved space.
Amazing for taking back space on Firefox. Especially if you have a small screen.
This "button" extension removes the standard Firefox's orange menu button.
And the new button don't hide the menu toolbar - so, there is the empty toolbar with one only button! In additional, this button can't be moved to any other toolbar to compact space.
Tested with Firefox 10.0.2
I love your addon, great job, but in thunderbird will be beneficial to have ability to move "tiny menu" button to tab area - right top conner of tabs.
Here already exists buttons for calendar, addressbook, todo list, quckfilter bar. By means of this we could economize even more space, as menu items are used so rear.
Thank you Anthony for this precious addon. Sad to see you can no longer maintain it.
It's been on the top of my list of Firefox addons i can't live without.
It's simple and effective and works better than most Menu replacement tools around, like Compact Menu or Personal Menu.
Combined with Menu Editor, i've had my toolbars and menus completely uncluttered from unwanted useless entries.
If it becomes incompatible on a future FF update i'll have a tough time finding an adequate solution.
Still a great space saving extension and works fine in Thunderbird 8 on Windows and Linux if you tweak the install.rdf file packed in the .xpi installer file. Update the maxVersion line to <em:maxVersion>8.*</em:maxVersion>
I use muCommander to easily edit inside the .xpi package.
I want to set it like the first picture. How do I do that?
Glad this is back working. Back in June this wasn't working with FF4.0 but here we are 3 months later and 3 FF versions later and now I have Tiny Menu back in Add-ons list and it's replacing the Compact Menu 2 (version 4.2.0) add-on because Compact Menu 2 (again, version 4.2.0) is incompatible with FF7.0 (as of this writing).
Works fine with new Thunderbird 6.0!
Thank you update to support Firefox 5.* :)
Removing the navigation bar seems too high a price for the minor change Tiny Menu makes. Surely that will affect other add-ons?
The Welcome to Firefox window frame in the screen shot is already replaced by the orange Firefox 5 button in the Tabs bar at the top, which itself contains many Menu entries, as well as add-on features, such as a Restart command from the Add-on Restart Firefox (the beta is perfectly OK), or that and more from the Add-on Personal Menu (which I am about to try).
Without Tiny Menu Firefox 5's default behaviour is that pressing ALT makes the menu headings appear neatly next to the orange Firefox button. Press Alt again and the menu headings disappear.
I don't see what Tiny Menu adds to that.
The homepage of this add-on mentions that, as of June 27th, there already is an adapted version (2.0.3) for FF5. You'll find the updated working version 2.0.3, if you click on the link "View all versions" at the bottom of his page.
Great addon. It's unfortunate that it hasn't been updated for FF4|5, but since there's nothing saying it has been dropped, I will wait patiently until an update.
Unbeknownst to you, some people actually have lives.
This is a great add on but if you're using FF4 then you might like to look at Compact Menu 2 while this remains incompatible.
@hage, thanks for the tip 2.0.1 does work on FF4
2.0.1 or some older versions work good on Fx 4.0.
- ｃonfirmed ver.-
2.0.1 / 2.0 / 1.4.10
yes update to 4.0 pleaseeeee
Please, update for Firefox 4.
This was a Fantastic Tab-bar space saver but sadly it's not being updated anymore... Is there anyone out there that can make a Tiny Menu 'Easy Alternative' for Thunderbird 3.6.xx? Not too complex for some of us older dummies that know nothing about developing add-ons! (No offense intended) Thanks to Ludicrum for the suggested alternatives for FF but I couldn't tell if any would work w/TB.
Here's an alternative for those who don't want to wait for Tiny Menu to be updated.
You will need the following addons:
Personal Menu: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/personal-menu/
Using Personal menu, remove all of the menu options and add "file, edit, view, history, bookmarks, tools, help" if you want a simple drop-down menu. Feel free to customize to your liking.
Download the following stylescripts and add them to Stylish.
FF4 Menu Button with Icon: http://userstyles.org/styles/45532/ff4-menu-button-with-icon-tabs-in-titlebar-0-4-4
Select "No, I only need the modified Firefox button" and have it activated at all times.
Move all of your navigational tools (your address bar, back/forward buttons, etc) from the menu bar to the navigation bar. Place the modified Firefox button anywhere on the navigation bar.
Install Hide Menubar: http://userstyles.org/styles/26233/hide-menubar-obsolete-in-firefox-3-6
OPTIONAL:You may also want to install the following addons.
FF4 - Increase Visible Space: http://userstyles.org/styles/44801/ff4-increase-visible-space
Firefox tab bar - hide scroll buttons: http://userstyles.org/styles/45330/firefox-tab-bar-hide-scroll-buttons?r=1300402765
The end result will be a clean, space-saving navigation bar. The custom firefox button should be invisible until you mouse over it, sparing you from having your eyes distracted by its garish orange color.
Hope this helps.