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|Location||(metro) Washington, D.C. USA|
|Occupation||IT Service Operations Coordinator|
|User since||March 5, 2007|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
This Theme actually makes Google's Chrome browser look FAT! hahaha
I disagree with everyone saying "the tabs are too small"... I actually LOVE the thinner tabs and it's one of the main reasons I love this theme! I also love the sleek, clean, silvery skin which isn't too dark or garishly junked up with images and the icons are clear, easy to spot/click and kind of cheerful! There is also much more space devoted to the web page and less to the toolbars! Even my Bookmarks Toolbar has slightly more length (rather than width) for an extra link! Great job and thank you so much! :-)
P.S. For those of you saying that only the "New Tab" button is too small, if you add it to your main/navigation toolbar below instead of the thin tab toolbar up top then it will be much larger and clearer! ;-)
Thank you so much for creating this Add-On! There are so many ways anyone can tweak it's features to customize menu options (and some buttons) in Firefox 4! I used to have the sidebar buttons for Bookmarks & History in Firefox 3.6 anyway, but I kinda missed the quicker access to the drop down menus for them with a streamlined, default FF4... but with this Add-On I was able to create the option to have those same sidebar buttons in FF4 with triple the functionality! I can now (left) click for the drop-down menu, right-click for the Side Bar or middle-click for the full screen access to "All Bookmarks" & "All History"! :-)This review is for a previous version of the add-on (22.214.171.124-signed).
I have been using this add-on for years (and Firefox since beta v. 1) and I have to confess that since Mozilla rolled PDF readability into Firefox IE Tab has jumped to the top of the list of #1 extensions! The next most likely candidate to be included in Firefox by default.
It isn't even just WHAT is does that's so necessary (viewing pages that only render properly in IE) or HOW conveniently it does it (as a tab rather than launching IE separately) - it's also the options included with the add-on that really takes it over the top. Like a "one click on the fly" button to add to your toolbar (navigation or status) and allocating specific sites to always render in an IE tab in future.
Adblock Plus is pretty much like adding a speed-inducing extension to Firefox. I am all for internet ads as they (like with TV and radio) help keep the wealth of content we take for granted free, but sometimes they actually interfere with the experience to the point that you need something to speed up and clean up your browsing... and prevent accidental click-throughs to what could be unscrupulous sites.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.1).
This is one of the Top 5 (if not the #1) Add-On Extensions for Firefox, especially after the PDF tab was introduced... and should be included by default frankly.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.5.20090207).
I have tried so many themes over the past few years - and my old fav was Silver Skin. I just like the combination of simplicity, beauty, and "screen real estate". The Outlook 2003 Blue theme by far has them all (including the old Silver Skin) beat hands down! If you have Windows/PC then it blends beautifully with the default for XP. In addition it affords considerably more screen space and bookmark toolbar space than all but the mini-skins... and it even matches or beats some of them! The icons are clear and colourful, and it is beautiful yet completely undistracting! THANK YOU!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0.1).