- by Sławek, 4 months agoRated 4 out of 5To jeden z najlepszych dodatków. Mały, prosty i nie wymaga uprawnień. Jedyny minus to brak współpracy z motywami.
This is one of the best additions. Small, simple and requires no permission. The only drawback is the lack of cooperation with the themes.
- by Morten Toudahl, 5 months agoRated 4 out of 5Still working despite not being updated for some years. Does what it says.
I would rate it higher if it worked with the new build in themes. But unfortunately it forces a light theme.
- by Pavarotti, a year agoRated 5 out of 5This is an absolute life-saver for me.
Would very much appreciate the ability to customise the font / background color, etc. And also to remove the annoying & useless box around the field! Even more if you could figure out how to integrate this into other Firefox themes.
- by PERCE-NEIGE, a year agoRated 1 out of 5I use Linux, it shows no profile indication. I tried to edit the customisation, to display the menu bar or the browser title bar, but it still shows nothing. Outdated? Not compatible with my Linux?
- by ReduxPL, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5Incompatible with the dark theme and any other themes, misplaced unless you enable the title bar (which IMO takes away too much in terms of Firefox's look), doesn't allow you to quickly switch profiles.
meh/10Technically, this is what Mozilla calls a dynamic theme. It is clearly stated both on the Preferences and the Usage page (link to the Usage page is in the Preferences page) the problem with using this addon and themes at the same time.
Actually, it can work even without enabling the titlebar. The layout is different, since the window min/max/close buttons are moved within the actual window in the upper right, since there's no titlebar. To handle this, there is a setting in the Preferences for Titlebar enabled or disabled. Again, this is covered in the Usage page, along with screenshots.
There actually is no switching profiles, but rather it starts another instance with the desired profile, which you can get to quickly by opening a new tab and entering "about:profiles" into the address bar.
- by Firefox user 14657163, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5Could be so much better. on the latest firefox this will overlay over the close / maximise buttons unless you throw in a lot of spaces to the right of your chosen title. Also it would be good to allow an Avatar, or even font choice / style (Perhaps this isn't possible in Firefox but without it it just looks poor)
plus ditch that black outline as it looks very untidy.Perhaps you should check the Preferences setting for the Titlebar enabled/disabled setting. There is a lot of info about configuring the spaces in the Usage page (link to the Usage page from the Preferences page).
I think it might be possible to set font and perhaps color. You might think the outline is untidy, but I found it made it easier to see because it sets it off, but I could also make it optional. I've actually given this some thought, probably using the sidebar for the dialog, so one can easily see the changes. However, unless a lot of people start using this, it's hardly worth the effort.
I primarily made this because I personally wanted it, couldn't find one that worked well, and thought others might find it useful. It's definitely more about function than looks.
I'm not sure that an avatar (like Chrome?) is feasible. I'm definitely not interested in such eyecandy. :P