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|User since||June 19, 2008|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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I've recently switched to using Ubuntu. Now that I've installed the 12.10 release, I migrated all my firefox addons, only to find out that the most crucial is not working properly:
The ONLY thing I really use are the rocker-gestures for navigation, but now when I right click in FF on ubuntu, the context menu pops up and my gesture is immediately interrupted. I've gotten so used to this function that I cannot live without it anymore - can anybody point out how to disable this blasted menu?
The only behavior I want to have is when right-clicking on a link opens the context menu to open in new tab etc., nothing else... Didn't have the issue on any other OS.
Thanks for fixing the close-tab-icons in 3.01, now it looks perfetct!
@Jorrit Stroosma: Download the original favicons, save them in 16x16 and use the add-on "Favicon Picker 3.0" to override the websites' default. Not a fast, but at least a working solution ;)
Thanks a lot for updating!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.00).
Firefox 3.0: If you use the addon 'Nightly Tester Tool' you can use this great theme with firefox 3.0. Just right-click on it in the 'Themes' section and select 'Force install'. The only things I've noticed is that the 'close tab' icon is missing - however if you hover the spot where it used to be it becomes visible. 2 other icons are missplaced ('Download add-ons' and 'Plugins') but that doesn't harm the usability of this amazing theme in my oppinion.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.05).