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|User since||April 1, 2007|
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This extension is GENIUS!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.2.3).
Can you make it so that if a minimum width is specified (like 10) that it does not chop off the search engine title? For instance, google is a very short search engine title and a short minimum width is okay for that. However, Wikipedia obviously has a longer title and it's possible it will be chopped off due to the forced minimum width.
I do not wish to set a minimum width to 0 so that search bar autosizer automatically decides for me. I would prefer if I have a minimum width of (example) 50 and not chop off extremely long search engine titles.
Great extension! Best one I've used in a long time. However, due to the slow nature or pure neglect of Tab Mix Plus not being available for Firefox 3 Betas, I have no way to control how tabs are closed. If you would include an option for tab closing that would focus the parent tab on tab close, I would greatly appreciate it! Thanks.
I was in need of an extension that auto hides the status bar. I find the statusbar to be useful occasionally, but annoying most of the time. By autohiding the statusbar, I can maximize my screen space without sacrificing functionality.
It should be noted, the default settings won't satisfy everyone. By default, it autohides the statusbar unless the page is loading or you hover over a link. I was seeking a more "manual' approach to unhiding the statusbar. The good news is, you can change auto unhide pixel sensitivity, and disable auto unhide during page loads or hovering over links. This extension has just about every necessary option to satisfy the pickiest of people. In my opinion, this extension is a Firefox essential.
This is definitely going in my list of Firefox extensions. www.logichaos.com
You should include some add-on options for your extension. I think remembering whether I want resurrected pages to open in a tab, a window, or current page would be a welcomed addition. Having to click the "tab" bullet every time is kinda annoying. Also, you should consider adding duggmirror to the list (at least for sites that make it to digg.com homepage).
Also, a quick resurrect feature would be nice. If we want to choose Coral cache every time, then not having to go through the popup would be even nicer. Otherwise, it's a great extension and you should consider expanding it. :)
It seems out of place to have two status bars in the Bookmark Organizer, especially since one of the statusbars (the lowest one) displays a temporarily relevant tip. You should consider removing the statusbar added by the extension, and replacing it with the default Bookmark Organizer statusbar.