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|User since||March 5, 2007|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Excellent add-on, especially like autohide.
Is there a way to locate the popup on the right side of the browser?
My all time favorite theme. Thank you very much for updating it.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (126.96.36.199).
In 3.0, you can duplicate bookmarks by draggin tab or url favicon, but this makes it so much easier.
Another excellent extension.
I have the sidebar on right, and would like to have a rightside hover show. Possible?
All in all, excellent, especially the lock/unlock option
Just a note: I feel that several "reviews" detailing installation problems which are not the developer's fault deflate the ratings, so here's my five stars. I'm using several add-ons by this author, and all work as described, and I recommend they be un-sandboxed soonThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3).
note to developer: The downloaded xpi has 3.0b3 as max version in install.rdf
though page says 3.1a1pre
I like the idea, and it is useful, but it disables the middleclick open all in tabs feature, which, as I store many sessions in folders on the toolbar, makes it unusable for me now. Hopefully, this can be amended,This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.8).
Very useful for me, as I like to do as much as possible within the browser frame without hunting buttons on the toolbars, so this tab context menu is a timesaver.
I especially like the "go to start" feature which acts as a Safari-like SnapBack, and is ideal for my style of research
Works smoothly, and responds well to different window sizes and resizing (the userChromes are glitchy).
Thank you VERY much.
This should be out of "experimental" soon, and recommended to the public.
Using 3.0pre ID:2008051011
Was going to say the best sidebar tabs, but, with nested tabs, the best vertical tabs too.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.5.2008030303).
I'm using the penultimate 1.12 version in 188.8.131.52 and this feature doesn't work. Is this only available for the 3.0 version? Is it possible to be available for 2.0?
Otherwise, very fine in Default theme. Especially like the expansive tabs and adjustable tabbar.
Requested Feature: If at all possible, a toggle button between default tabbar and vertical would be useful. With only a few tabs open, the default tabbar works fine. With many tabs open, vertical tabs are best.
I've always enjoyed tour themes, especially the subtle gradations of tone and luminosity. But the is absolutely stunning.
There is nothing harsh or inorganic about your colours. I believe they are derived from crushed stone, plant fiber and velluma, as always, the code is seamless.
I've only seen your Midnight theme online, but it too is beautiful. You've claimed new territory as your own.
A lovely theme. a TEN. However, for me, it disables the extension Clear Fields https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2408
which I use frequently, so until this can be resolved, I'm forced to choose function over form.
I like the theme very much, both dropdown and sidebars clear and easy on the eyes. However, the text on the status bar has to be darkened, or skin the status bar fully with appropriate text coloration, otherwise a 10.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.00).
Very nice theme, I like the colors and layout very much, and would use it, except that I find the unfocused tabs very difficult to read. I use no tab extensions, perhaps one could darken the text.
Otherwise, very fine.
I am trying to keep Firefox light and agile, and have only a few bookmark extensions. Nautipolis adjusts the default theme just enough with clear, attractive icons and excellent sidebar, all with a very small, unobtrusive footprint.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.7.14).
I have both installed, and have no problems. I also have Mr.Tech Local Install, and that may help.
I use Split Pannel frequently, and am very pleased with it. The only problem is that a few themes, such as the BlackJapanMax doesn't show a closing x in the pannel.