Essential for most of the Linux distros. Rated 4 out of 5 stars

That extension should be included almost every GNU/Linux distro's default installation!

From Firefox 4, the titlebar of Firefox has been removed in the Windows version; however, GNU/Linux version of Firefox 4+ still has titlebar... That well-prepared nice extension succesfully removes the titlebar of Firefox in Gnome 2 and MATE. Moreover, "Floating Main Menu" option gives the user to have traditional main manu without pressing "ALT" key; just move the cursor on the Firefox menu button and here is you menu...

Thanks to this extension we may avoid the titlebar even in the non-maximized mode; which is not possible in the default Windows version of Firefox. Since the netbooks, tablet-like computers which use narrow wide-screen are getting popular, the extensions which saves screen area are needed nowadays.

Thanks for that brilliant extension which makes the browser more esthetic and usable...

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.6.0).  This user has a previous review of this add-on.