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|Location||Satan's Kingdom, MA|
|User since||June 5, 2012|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
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Zombies mow the lawn.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I used to use TabGroups Menu by char101 with previous versions of Firefox, which was perfect for me; minimal, easy to use and instead of adding extra items to my workspace, it just modified an existing one so there's no extra clutter.
So far I'm liking this one even more, I've got it in the top left in my tab toolbar and it feels very nice - almost like a vanilla feature. I've always thought that the tab toolbar was the perfect place to have a menu for switching between groups, something more than just the group view button and this does exactly that.
The developer also seems very open to troubleshooting and fixed a bug that I had noticed immediately after I submitted it - high five for that!
Great for workflow, can't wait to see this evolve! Rated 4 out of 5 stars
This add-on is quite promising and I have high hopes for it. I run my tabs on top in the title bar so it seems kind of awkward having it below on my setup. I think it'd be great if the group tabs were like pinned tabs, at the very beginning of your tab bar before the actual pinned tabs. I use another add-on called AppTabs Plus which lets you adjust the pinned tabs a bit, you can put a separator between those and your regular tabs. I think if this add-on was separated from your regular tabs in that sense, it would be very aesthetically pleasing. With that said, I'd definitely give it five stars if it was more seamless with the interface but overall functionality seems great so far. Nice work!
Dark-Bright Aero = FT DeepDark by Steva, not sky. Rated 1 out of 5 stars
I used to run a website years ago back in the e/n blogging days called gaveup.net (aka. GU.N) and had a guy do this to me, he was known as Rice and all of us started a small ring of anti-rice banners against him. I created countless innovative layouts and designs that even inspired some of my peers, though they didn't rip me off, they worked from my ideas and even made them better in their own way. While I suppose it can be flattering that someone would do this - it's pretty crude. Steva is probably one of the best artists making themes for Mozilla, it seems quite ridiculous that you would do this. I can understand if you like what he's doing because he's doing a fantastic job but seriously, do your own thing man. Especially since you're actually asking for support. That's not cool in the least bit. Get a copy of Photoshop or even GIMP (it's completely free) and learn how to code and you can be making themes just as good once you've had some experience with the tools.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0).
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This add-on works beautifully with vanilla Firefox and does its job of tidying up your add-on manager quite well at that! I wrote a review a few years ago for this - having experienced a couple very minor bugs, mostly with layout incompatibilities - but that was with a themed setup. I just wanted to update this; running the most recent stable version of Firefox, non-themed, it is working wonderfully!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (6.0.1-signed).