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|User since||October 10, 2008|
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I'm on ff 31 and the addon works but when used with "Tabs on bottom 0.5", it moves bookmarks to top when Hide Tab Bar With One Tab triggers hiding the tab.
It was fine on ff 30.
Console issues seem to be on Firefox side.
This is a shame most features of this addon aren't integrated into Firefox. Not to mention they tend to screw things up more and more with newer versions...This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2013.02.16.23).
.QuickJava_StatusIcon_Container[status="-1"] /* from: .quickjava-button[status="-1"] */
You were hiding only label element but it was in a container (statusbarpanel) which had a tooltip and some extra spaces. What is interesting, container status is being set properly so this simple change fixes this issue.
Firefox 15.0, Linux. Doesn't work.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.1.0).
Thanks for clarification, it changes a lot. IMHO you should put that in description for others.
Now I wonder if hiding icons is supposed to hide them completely or change to spaces? (using Status-4-Evar)
Is this a bug or feature?
Adding icons manually would solve the problem but original bar is not removable and it doubles the icons then.
Flash blocking should work like in Flashblock.
Proxy should be changed to manual, not system (or be configurable).
It could be a nice all in one addon, but for now it looks like in it's early stage so I'll stick to Flashblock, QuickProxy and hope this one will evolve...
I won't type how awesome this addon is but what I'm missing in it - one feature: temporary suspend Flashblock for a tab (or site?).
If you normally browsing (for example) youtube, everything is fine, Flashblock does it's job.
But when you start a playlist, everytime new video is loaded, it requires your action.
Or sometimes you may want to watch a site with all features but only for a while.
It would be great if there was an option in a browsers status bar when you could do it with simple click.
Eventually it could be even static (or with both options) - determining that way flash blocking would make this addon perfect(?).
Simple and powerful. I love it.