Amazing Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Just loved it

Super Add on Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I like this program, it makes it easier to keep an eye on my favs themes.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Yes, it works well.
Thank you for this add-on.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Pretty, I like it.


To the developer,

Thanks you for this addon. I would like to suggest the following improvements.

1) Basically, add the features of Persona Switcher at that allows the user to automatically rotate through all of his personas on a time interval that he selects.
It is this important feature that would really complement and improve your addon a lot. At least for those who do not use Personas Plus that I assume already has this feature to rotate through a set of personas.
Thanks to consider this suggestion.

2) Add a counter of the number of personas currently used. Say at the top of the page for this addon.

3) When no personas have been added, it does not show the default page where it would list the default persona. You could add such a default page.
You could also add a refresh button to the default page listing the personas, as when you add a new persona, it does not refresh the default page of this addon to show the newly added persona and I have to press the the "reload current page" to see the new persona that I have just added.

4) By the way, I do not have installed Personas Plus for several very good reasons and I will not change my mind on this matter in the future.
I assume Personas Plus might already provide this feature of rotating through a set of personas. If it is the case, you could still add this feature to this addon for those who do not use Personas Plus.

Thanks to consider these suggestions to improve this addon further. Thanks to the developer to provide this addon that is really very useful to save the personas.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This add-on is awesome. I have so many personas loaded into Firefox (over 400) that I cannot open my "appearance" screen as it just freezes. So I could never see exactly which personas were in there, nor could I delete any. With this add-on, I can see every persona I have loaded, and delete as I please. Wonderful!

Great Persona Manager Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This is a nice way to manage personas (lightweight themes that only change the toolbar graphic, leaving the icons alone). You can hover over each theme, and see what it looks like without actually changing the theme. In the FF default theme manager, you have to enable the theme, and if you have a lot, you might forget which one you had originally. Helpful.

One bit of advice--I found that the Compact View was easiest for me to use--all I want is the ability to enable/disable each theme; the default view gives you all sorts of incidental crud that the theme author inserted.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.1rc1.1-signed.1-signed). 

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

When many lightweight themes are installed, this add-on makes managing them extremely easy, including (but probably not limited to):
-- telling lightweight themes and complete themes apart from each other (in the Add-on Manager they appear interspersed in a single list; this extension opens a page listing only lightweight themes);
-- checking how a lightweight theme other than the current one would look like if it were enabled (by hovering the mouse over the thumbnail);
-- finding which lightweight themes were installed from an obsolete URL (such as and need to be refreshed if they are to be used again in the future. (These "obsolete" add-ons are shown in the LWTM without a thumbnail.)
---- WARNING: Reinstalling the same lightweight theme, but from a working URL (such as, which can be done by means of the link in the LWTM page, won't make the obsolete entry disappear; and AFAICT there is no [_Uninstall_] button for lightweight themes. AFAIK the only way to uninstall a lightweight theme consists of removing the corresponding {...} entry, with one (but not both) of the separating commas around it, in the value of the preference lightweightThemes.usedThemes in about:config. Since that value can be extremely long, especially if many lightweight themes are installed, I recommend to do this as follows:

1. In about:config, find the preference lightweightThemes.usedThemes, right click it, and select "Copy Value";
2. Paste the value into your favourite text editor and edit it there;
3. Copy the new value (as it appears in your editor) to the clipboard;
4. in about:config, double-click lightweightThemes.usedThemes (the old value will appear, selected, in an input box in a popup) then click Ctrl+V (to paste the new value which you copied at step 3) then click the [_OK_] button at the bottom of the popup. If you then refresh about:addons or the LWTM (or both) you should notice that the unwanted entry has disappeared.

P.S. Of course, in Thunderbird, about:config is the "Config Editor" which can be opened by means of a button in the "Advanced" preferences.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.1a10.1-signed.1-signed).