Rated 5 out of 5by Stathis, 4 years ago
Great plugin! One suggestion it would be to give the option to obtain the colors from sites' icons. Thanks again. Thanks again!
Developer responseposted 3 years ago
Yes that is something I thought about I wonder what color to take from that little icon, and what would happen with the contrast because sometimes the color of the icon is exactly what is supposed to be the contrast color, the highlight,...
- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 13011485, 8 months agoThis addons is exactly what I"m looking for HOWEVER it doesn't seem to work with the current firefox (v96.0.3 as of article) which has Colorwave features that might have affected the addon. Please please PLEASE update this addon. I would love to try it. Also Windows 10 user here if the addon is not OS compatible?
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 14088988, 4 years agoI love this extension. It makes using Firefox even more worthwhile than it used to be.
Suggestion: Can you add an option that if the tab is supposed to be white (whether it is a tint or shade), the color of the active tab and toolbar reverts back to the theme currently being used in Firefox or a preset color defined in the settings?
- Rated 3 out of 5by Mellobob, 4 years agoI do like this ... but I'm removing it since I can no longer differentiate between the active and other tabs.
Grabbed version 1.9. Still like it ... but ...
Going to the settings (tools->extensions) I have "selected tab line" and "background from sites" ticked.
Some sites now have a hilited tab, but others don't. One example is the add-on manager page ... all the tabs are plain white. The page to dl the extension has it's page-tab hilited, but there is no visible text.
Developer responseposted 4 years agoHi Mellobob, the option to have highlighted toolbar and tab was only available in the options menu. I have made it default, so expect a highlight now, in the toolbar and also the active selected tab. Let me know if this is better. It will go into the version 1.9; thanks for helping the project.