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I liked this addon, but it has one flaw. If you like to doubleclick on titlebar for maximizing/restoring windows quickly (instead of wasting time to click maximize/restore button on the right side of screen) - this addon is not really suitable for you. Although this could be fixed, if "Drag Window Control" button (provided by this addon) would not dissapear in maximized mode. Currently you can doubleclick it to maximize window (which is good), but as soon as window becomes maximized - button disappers, and you can't doubleclick it again, to make window smaller.
I was looking for this all over. Thanks. That's what all wide-screen users need :) Also, I find the titlebar totally useless.
I didn't like that I wasn't able to "disable" dragging the window from the "Menu Bar", because I always unintentionally drag it :(
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Nice work but is there an option to leave the Windows Taskbar on the screen. I just want to hide the top caption bar, not the Windows Taskbar.
Loving it so far.
one suggestion: make an option to leave a tiny portion of the title bar visible for windows 7 users, as the current configuration prevents windows snap from working
I loved this add-on, one of my favs.
But it doesn't work on FF 4 Beta 2. I hope the programmer will be able to update it soon, great plug-in and has everything I need for hiding the title bar.
Didn't work correctly for me. Couldn't resolve the "disappearing menu-bar problem".
I have a suggestion, You could add a resizing handle or something, so that you could resize window when restored.
I've put dedicated resizers borders and corners for a restored window, when standard caption is hidden).
If It's still not working for you please post this in the support page and include a screenshot please!.
It does not work with 4.0b2
Very very NICE! :)
Hello, it is excellent, specially with FF4.
But, could you enable support to FF4b2?
Any possibility to get a bit button version for
these button. I just want to put them on the toolbar and
would like it as bigger as a normal button.
extrem praktisch für benutzer von portablem mit begrenzter bildschirmfläche
__ und natürlich auch sonst :)
Those who miss page title, might want to give this a try :)
Genial, el diseño es excelente y funciona correctamente.
Excellent ad-don. Gives tons of screen space. I love it! Thanks for creating and sharing.
Worked flawlessly on my 6 old laptop on Windows XP SP3. I am so happy to get rid of the title bar and recover almost 1 cm of vertical screen space! I tried to play around with each setting but I discovered all the default settings are just perfect. I would have given it 5 stars except for the really tiny Minimize/Maximize/Close buttons that it offers irrespective of the theme that I choose. And it also interferes somehow with the Alt+SPACE+Minimize/Maximize/Resize/Close combination. Other than that it is ONE AWESOME add-on. Great job by the developer!
This is the best add-on for hiding caption so far!
"what about moving?
nice, but can you grab the window to move it?"
Rated 5 out of 5 stars by ajina on June 27, 2010
you can use status bar to move the windows~ :p
What to say, loved the last 3 months I`ve been using it.
Just would like have the close/min/max buttons on the lest side (the beginning of the tabbar) so that would look better on ubuntu 10.04
Hi, the add-on is great and it's all I need :D Thanks for making it.
But there is a little bug I want to report. The glass effect isn't glass at all. It's transparent and since I've icons at the top of the desktop I can see them clearly and becomes weird.
Is there a way to fix it? :)
Thanks and Congrats for the great work you have been doing
nice, but can you grab the window to move it?
- also try SMART ALL option
Very good addon, congrats.