Love it! But... Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Thanks for a great add-on! It brought me back to firefox from using chrome. :) However, I recently updated to version 1.2, and my add-ons, bookmarks, history, etc no longer have transparent backgrounds like they used to :( I'm using All-in-one sidebar, too, so I don't know if it's some sort of conflict, but it was working before. You look to be very active, so I would appreciate some help :(

- A

Update: I installed the dev build 1.2.1 and enabled main window, tabs, library, pref windows/dialogs/etc, dropdown menu (I even restarted), download window, buttons, and toolbar tips. The Downloads window is semi-transparent, but bookmarks, add-ons, history, info and multi-panel are all still non-transparent. I'd like to be able to set all of these to transparent or at least semi-transparent :/

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.2). 

You have to go to your add-ons manager -> GMF -> options and select the FF areas you want to be glassy. Before v1.2 there was one setting for all areas. Now users have more settings to customize FF by enabling/disabling "the glass effect" for major parts of the FF gui.

I suggest to use the latest devbuild from here:
https://addons.mozilla.org/addon/glassmyfox/versions/

It has more settings for tabs and some other fixes 1.2 doesn't have.

UPDATE

Could you uninstall GMF, restart FF and reinstall GMF? Maybe there is something wrong with some settings.

This is how it looks here, if all main glass settings are enabled:

http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/716/96371209.png/

Can you upload a screenshot too?
Are you using any toolbar add-ons that could have a breaking effect on the GMF gui?