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Australis, unsurprisingly, broke part of this in OS X. Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I've loved this add-on for quite some time, but the introduction of Australis into the mix caused some problems. The tabs display properly, but the problem is the title/URL bar. When the tabs become vertical, the URL bar moves to take their place in the title bar. Unfortunately, that results in everything getting cut in half. URL bar, icons, Chrome (oops, Firefox) menu, etc.
Otherwise, this add-on works fantastically. Especially under version 28 and below.
Perfect variety of customizations, hooray! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I truly don't understand why most of these options can't be available by default, but I'm glad one add-on combines them into one place. The only thing I wish is that the refresh button could be moved to the right of the back and forward buttons, but my understanding is that the address bar is now one awful conglomeration of buttons that can't be moved or customized. (Who wants customization, right?) So I'll settle for at least, blessedly, being able to move it to the left of the address bar instead of it being a tiny half a pixel dot to the far right inside of the address bar where it makes precious little sense.
Anyway, thanks for doing what you can with the arbitrary limitations that have been given to you.
Excellent... except for transparency. Rated 4 out of 5 stars
This add-on is perfect save for one major flaw: the transparency. When you have auto-hide (or auto-shrink) enabled, the background behind the tabs becomes translucent. More times than not, this means that you can't read the title of the tabs.
An option to disable transparency would make this a five star add-on without question. Please consider it!