Needs redesign for E10S Rated 3 out of 5 stars

This Extension was a previous favorite for making Firefox usable in Microsoft® Windows® 6-up, which hid the menubars by default; the app-dropdown menu could be tailored for specific installations. I previously used this Extension with the Sparky Bluefang Extension Status-4-Evar and had no problems; this combination should still work in Ubuntu® 14.04.5-LTS, 16.04.1-LTS, 16,10, and 16.12a1 (which force single-process due to a dependency on the Package xul-ext-ubufox 3.2, an OS-specific issue).

However, the mainstreaming of multiprocess with FF 50.0.* has complicated coding matters. And with all due respect to rcmero, this Extension and the Aris Extension Classic Theme Restorer have serious mutual conflict. Recommend a beta release of a multiprocess-ready coding this Extension for field-testing in the e10s environment. (The functions this Extension cannot be replicated in WebExtensions.)

Has definitely adapted to new Firefox! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This Extension, versions 5.0.*, is the perfect tool for fine-tuning the App Menu in Firefox 4.0.*, allowing for substitution of custom menu folders for the standard menu-item expandables as appropriate. The Restart and Configuration menu items in this Extension are quite useful for developers, and additional items can be added to custom sub-menus from both default items and Menu Toolbar functions.

As an example, I have two set-ups in conjunction with the Chris Extension Extension Options Menu (which took up where the James R. Skinner Extension Options Menu left off), on one system running Microsoft Windows 7.0.8001 (which has Extension Options between the default Options expandable and the Help expandable in Column 2), and on another running Ubuntu 10.04.2-LTS (which has Extension Options, along with a custom Tools submenu, between the default Preferences expandable and the default Help expandable).

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

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This Extension is an excellent means of accessing a user subset of the Menu Bar functions when necessary; the included Bookmarks and History buttons complete the package. Combined with Toolbar Buttons, it gives me access to Master Defeat toggles for JScript, Sun Java, images, animations, Adobe Flash, Movies, IFrames, and Cookies from the Menu button.

I have been using this Extension with Strata40 0.6.1 and StrataBuddy 0.6.1 and have been able to test contingency proposals for UI amendments for the still-in-development Firefox 4.0. With Tabs on top, I placed the three included buttons at the left end of the Navigation Toolbar, with the Universal Print and Update Notifier buttons and throbber at the right (I normally pull the Search bar from the Navigation Toolbar, not having used it much at all in several years).

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (4.3.1).