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|User since||December 10, 2008|
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Someone mentioned the little light-colored sliver next to the forward arrow's drop button. It is a little distracting, but I think it reads more like a highlight, defining the edge of the button. Perhaps this could be made darker and slightly less distracting.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.0.4).
Despite what SOME people might say, brown is a fine color for themes, and I'm actually here looking for a nice brown tonight. (Not "walnut" theme.) PitchDark is less brown and more dark taupe, anyway. It's a matter of preference, but saying something should "always" or "never" be something is daft.
This is a great theme, more complete than others, but as other reviewers have mentioned, it could use a little more personalization in the buttons and links. I'd love to see this theme done in other dark, rich colorways, starting with something of a true woody/milk-chocolatey brown, maybe with orange or gold buttons/accents; deep blues, red, green - this theme would look great wearing any colors.
Overall, I love it and it's my most used theme.
...also, I used it with my Pro account; that did not change either.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.3).
I really liked this suite of scripts, but at some point a few weeks ago, several of them quit working, like name/icon reply and more links. They are enabled and this did not coincide with an update or anything. I'll un/reinstall it sometime and see if that helps. For now, 4 stars for what it does when it does it.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.3).
Very nice, does just what it should with nothing fancy. The easy commands are a nice touch too - I can imagine using hide occasionally.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.3).
I love this add-on and have used it for months, but it does have issues. It seems to work perfectly with some themes, such as PitchDark, but with others, like Chromifox, I get what Mia Junk reports - four icons, rather than one. They're the four versions of the icon, but instead of changing with their function, they're all shown lined up together (as in #XX#).
Some themes, such as Aquatint Black Gloss and Aquatint Redone treat it differently still, in that there seem to be more than one icon as above, but only the center of it is shown, so it looks like two different halves. Unlike Mia Junk, I do not have tons of add-ons installed, and the tab-related ones I have are Ctrl+Tab, Duplicate Tab, Submit to Tab (disabled), Tab Counter, Tab Scope, and Undo Closed Tabs.
Disabling Fancy Numbered Tabs, restarting FF, and enabling the add-on again, and other work-arounds don't seem to help. I currently have FF 3.0.4 but I've had this issue with previous builds. Regardless, it does seem to work properly in any state, so this is primarily a cosmetic issue, albeit a pretty annoying one. I hope this is fixed and updated soon. In the meantime, I may try the two newer tab numbering add-ons.