After confusing SWP v2.x versions due to changes introduced in FF 20 private browsing mode, and comments and suggestions from users (thanks all!) I have rewrite SWP v3.0 to provide coherent and useful functionalities to modern FF versions.
SWP 3.0 places a button in the toolbar who has two major functions:
- Open a new window set in private browsing mode (just like the menu option does)
- Switch the current window to private browsing mode.
You can set which mouse button does each function in the extension preferences.
The button picture changes to reflect the current window mode.
For the switch current window to private browsing mode functionality you can specify in preferences if you want that all open tabs in non private browsing mode will be saved and closed when switching to private browsing mode and restored when coming back to normal mode (this way of work mimetics older FF behavior).
As I have been unable to force FF to update app button and window layout to reflect private browsing mode change (any help will be appreciated), the extension, as previous FF versions do, change the font and background colors of the URL bar. You can specify in preferences which colors use to reflect the change.
Thanks to supernova_00 for his idea and previous work.