Menubar does not gain keyboard focus when shown with Alt key Rated 4 out of 5 stars

This extension gives you the option to hide the menubar until you press the Alt key. Normally, in any program including Firefox, when you press the Alt key, you can then press the underlined letter of each menu item to open that menu. So, you can press Alt and then 'f' in almost any program to open the 'File' menu of that program, including Firefox. However, with Personal Menu installed and the 'hide Menubar until Alt is pressed' option enabled, this no longer works. You have to either use the mouse to click on the menu you want to open after pressing Alt, or you have to press Alt+f (for example) together. So, two of three long-time, well-known methods of accessing menus still work (mouse, and one method of keyboard shortcut) but one does not (the other method of keyboard shortcut, pressing the focus key first [Alt] and then the accelerator ['f', 'e', 't', etc.]). For this reason, although I like Personal Menu a lot, I have uninstalled it and installed Hide Menubar and Custom Buttons instead. Hide Menubar does not have this menubar focus bug.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (4.3.2).