I need this! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Fancy Numbered Tabs is an outstanding add-on idea and implementation. However the add-on installation on my FF 3.03 does display differently than I expected. After installing this add-on I expected the close icon on the tab to display the tab number, but it does not. It displays four identically sized icons, the first and fourth icon showing the tab number and the second and third displaying the close tab cross. My expectation was that only one numbered icon would be displayed on the tab replacing the close tab icon and for this to be displayed on the active tab as well. Whilst all other tabs display this way, the active tab does not show any of these icons until it is no longer active.

This unusual behavior is undoubtedly due to the fact that I have a large number of FF add-on extensions installed (approx 160 today). More than one of these add-ons are tab function related. So I would not be surprised if there was some conflict between Fancy Numbered Tabs and one or more of these other add-ons. The specific tab related add-ons I use are Bookmark Current Tab Set, Close Duplicate tabs, Closy, Colorful Tabs, Control Tabs (disabled), Mutliple Tab Handler, Next/Previous Tab, Open Image in New tab, Open Tab Count, removetabs, SortBySize, Tab Catalog, Tab Control, Tab Focus, Tab Mix Plus, Tab Session History, Tab Scroller, URL Lister, Zaru. All of these have excellent feature sets as does Fancy Numbered Tabs. Open Tab Count is good for the total number of open tabs but Fancy Numbered Tabs provides a clearly visible number on each tab which is very useful at times to recall which tab you want to go back to. Great work I really appreciate it. Thank you.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.2).