Fix for misaligned Min-Max-Close buttons and some others Rated 4 out of 5 stars

This is a great extension for saving vertical space on screen, and styling. A must have for laptop screens, especially used along with Tiny Menu or other menu shrinking addons.

Since 2.7.1 version the major issues caused by the changes in the browser UI after FF 12.0a1, has been solved. The only thing still around is making Min-Max-Close buttons to act as part of the upper bars, especially for fullscreen, but the solution provided is satisfactory. Also it seems the impact on the performance of the browser has been reduced, and the issue of the occasionally appearing buggy double upper bar has vanished.

Anyway if you still use (or actually get) the system buttons preference with the latests HCTP versions you may be still getting Min-Max-Close buttons misalignments problems (began with 2.6.0), I've made a userstyle to solve this, and also included some other small fixes (Stylish needed):

http://userstyles.org/styles/66071/hctp-titlebar-button-box-fix

This extension should be part of FF, or at least FF developers should pave the way for his author, to achieve the smooth integration this extension deserves to be absolutely great.

(FF 21.0a1 32-bit on win)


To 1nvisibleMan:
You can achieve that with Stylish, create a new style in Addon Manager/Styles with the following lines (or add the second line to ..\your_FF_profile\userchrome.css):

@namespace url(http://www.mozilla.org/keymaster/gatekeeper/there.is.only.xul);
#hcp-web-title-label-stbar{font-weight: normal !important}

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.7.2). 

Fix for misaligned Min-Max-Close buttons and other small fixes Rated 4 out of 5 stars

This is a great extension for saving vertical space on screen, and styling. A must have for laptop screens, especially used along with Tiny Menu or other menu shrinking addons.

Since 2.7.1 version the major issues caused by the changes in the browser UI after FF 12.0a1, has been solved. The only thing still around is making Min-Max-Close buttons to act as part of the upper bars, especially for fullscreen, but the solution is satisfactory. Also it seems the impact on the performance of the browser speed has been reduced (with FF nightlies at least), and the issue of the buggy random double upper bar has vanished.

Anyway if you still use the system buttons preference with the latests HCTP versions you may be still getting Min-Max-Close buttons misalignments problems (began with 2.6.0), I've made a userstyle to solve this, and also included some other small fixes, especially for hiding buttons on fullscreen (Stylish needed):

http://userstyles.org/styles/66071/hctp-titlebar-button-box-fix

This extension should be part of FF, or at least FF developers should pave the way for his author, to achieve the smooth integration this extension deserves to be absolutely great.(FF 18.0a1 32-bit on win)

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.6.0). 

Fix for bug: misaligned Min-Max-Close buttons Rated 4 out of 5 stars

This is a great extension for saving vertical space on screen, especially for laptops where it is a must have, and also for styling Firefox. However it has some downsides:

- It slows down Firefox a bit.

- The second is about the way it redraws windows, because HCTP is doing it unlike how other extensions and userstyles (with Stylish) behave, applying in such a way new windows open with them applied. This behavior causes problems sometimes https://code.google.com/p/firefox-hide-caption-titlebar-plus/issues/detail?id=191&colspec=ID%20Type%20Status%20Priority%20Modified%20Summary&start=100#hc1

- After the changes imposed by the new Firefox UI since version 12 (as seen in this addon description for version 2.6.0), a bug with Min-Max-Close button box have appeared https://code.google.com/p/firefox-hide-caption-titlebar-plus/issues/detail?id=197&thanks=197&ts=1337746512, but I also have released a fix for it (Stylish needed):

http://userstyles.org/styles/66071/hctp-titlebar-button-box-fix

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.6.0).