it's a good plugin.
Strata 40 + StrataBuddy are superb, but it would be better if it compatible Strata 40 with "personas" or even to include in StrataBuddy the "background style" and a black or dark theme (background style) .Thank you very much ! (I apologize for English)
Не хочу разбираться,начните с этого.Первое что попросило-удалить Tab Mix Plus!?наверняка подумал шутка..дальше ещё интереснее,строку адреса не выделить и в поисковых плагинах то же самое.За идею 5+,за реализацию..в Опере и в её копии уже давно есть.Не так страшно,что в любимом браузере нет.
Best theme , but Why not work with Ubuntu
can you creat one for ubuntu
Bug? The option 'Window: Background color' changes back to default on restart.
Excelente! Um visual fantástico e incrível!
i cant select aero glass
Great job as always. I wonder if you can make the title bar disappear just like Opera 10 :D
This is an awesome extension... great features, but could the home (button/tab) actually function as a tab?
that way you could save space on the tab bar
Very neat theme with a very cool addon also!
It only misses some extra language support.
To install Strata40+StrataBuddy 0.6.2 in Linux:
1. Download & install 0.6.2 from "View all versions".
2. In ~/.mozilla/firefox/*.default/extensions/StrataBuddy@ReduxTeam/chrome/content, edit StrataBuddy.js, replace showhistory.css with ShowHistory.css.
Very good theme extension!
Cool theme. I combine this theme and
and create my super firefox
And i add description, but it on russian
The 'Combined Stop Reload Go' button in 0.6.2 restores important functionality.
I still find it weird that addresses drag from the Tabs now.
Otherwise, StrataBuddy 0.6.2 + Strata40 0.6.1 are working very well and the Aero interface is beautiful.
Muy Buen Trabajo. Excelente complemento para Firefox junto con Strata40. Saludos
Everything seems to be fine with 0.6.2. It fixed the rendering issue for Gizmodo sites and also the urlbar progress line being missing. Those were my only two issues from 0.6.1 and they're both fixed in this newest build. Good job!
Horribly buggy add on that messes up reddening for site, wouldn't let me press the back button, or open my homepage at startup (it opened a blank tab). What is with pushing Alpha updates?
Nice effects, but try AeroBuddy, it's beta, but it way less buggy.
Serious rendering problems on some big sites like Gizmodo etc - as previously mentioned by others in version 0.6.1. Using Firefox 3.6.3 on Windows 7.
Love the look of this theme, please fix these problems soon. 5 stars if the problems weren't there !
After I upgraded to version 0.6.1, sites like gizmodo.com and wordpress.org/extend/plugins/ do not render correctly. Worked perfectly before that.
I too love this theme, but the theme affect website that i visit which is a bad bad thing.
Hope this is fixed soon.
Feature suggestion: An option to show 'recently closed tabs' in the drop-down instead of 'recent history'.
I don't like the selected tab , exactly design of the selected tab,this is not stylish,shine ...
Can you make a button that gives a menu of the bookmarks toolbar?
I use the addon toolbar buttons and the button on there that toggles the bookmarks toolbar menu (not the main menu with all the tags and recent bookmarks and such, because I never use the menu) does not fit this theme.
I would really appreciate it if you could make a button like that, because I use the bookmarks toolbar a lot, but overall a 5 out of 5.
I had the same exact problem as other people. Also as stated in the review below me, removing the !important interger from the #sidebar section in glass.css fixed the issue on Gawker sites like gizmodo.
I hope the developer of this application issues a update soon.
I love the Strata 4.0 theme and StrataBuddy extension! I too am experiencing the same problem as docmars and skitrain where the Glass.css file is adding a border to elements with the #sidebar ID. I removed the !important declaration from the #sidebar border properties in the Glass.css file and it fixed the problem for me. The border on the sidebar in Firefox looks like it's supposed to and it doesn't override the borders on pages with #sidebar elements.