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|User since||March 5, 2011|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Those icons in the picture are from AwesomeBar HD, another Mozilla Labs Experiment. You search with them. You can AwesomeBar HD then hover over the text and click Show Icon Instead. That is how you get those icons.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1).
I think that this is a great add-on! It needs a little UI change and a little more customization, but it's a great start. It should become like the new Ubiquity integrated into the Awesome Bar. They should make commands like that of Ubiquity and the ability to add more. They should also allow you to only start typing the first letter then auto select the category. It is easier for me to type "g [space] [What I want to search]" then to type"search: [What I want to search], I should only have to type the "s". If they did that then it would become one of the most useful add-ons in my opinion. Keep up the great work Mozilla!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2).
You can get a feature very like this that is built into Firefox. You can see the tab thumbs and close buttons, there is also a tab search. YOU DO NOT NEED THIS ADDON TO DO THAT! All you have to do is go to about:config, click I'll be carefull, then in the filter put "alltabs" then the first one will be "browser.allTabs.previews" right click and hit toggle to change this to true. Then were you would usually see the list all tabs button will be a button with four squares, click this to see all tabs. Enjoy!
Note: I put five stars even tho I have not used it.
Great addon. Before I was wondering how to move the Firefox button, but you can't without this. The only thing is you can't make it where it says Firefox, only the icon. Also if you want to remove the menu button so you can't see it, then in customize drag it to where the menu bar is the hit done and it won't show.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.1).