Keep up the good work Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Love it, works great. With FF29 ti looks a bit weird but it's five stars without question.

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Was great until FF29. Now it's fixed but with new looks. Rated 5 out of 5 stars

The new update fixes all of the problems, but I would much rather use the nicer button from Classic Theme Restorer (that weird solid block just doesn't look right). A true option to completely disable it would be nice. This is its only flaw for me.

I am giving this five stars because the problems started with FF29, which was Mozilla's fault.

Keep up the good work! :)

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Worked yesterday fine works today somewhat... Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Alright so yesterday I installed this addon along with classic theme restorer because I just got the new firefox update and I did not like it at all... After installing this addon I was able to turn off my menu bar saving space! Ony issue I am having now is with bookmarks. I have bookmarks added into the custom menu and it won;t let you copy them when you right-click them any more... A bug that is really annoying me right now... So it is a good add-on with some bugs.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Works great with Classic Theme Restorer

I don't know what these other people are complaining about. I had the new version 6.0.1 of this and now have 6.1.0, the current version, and both of them are perfectly compatible with Classic Theme Restorer. Just set Classic Theme Restorer to NOT show the Firefox button, and then have Personal Menu show ITS Firefox button instead. Not that complicated. All you people who say it's incompatible, you're doing it wrong. Disable the Firefox button in Classic Theme Restorer, and use the Firefox button from Personal Menu instead. Then it'll work perfectly, flawlessly, no incompatibility between the extensions at all.

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works great with FF 29 under Ubuntu 14.04 - replace the stupid Australis Firefox button Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I've had this installed less than an hour, but it works great for me. Like many I am annoyed as heck by Australis which sucks as much as Gnome 3. But with this to replace the dumb Firefox button and Classic Theme Restorer for other reasons, I think I can live with it. Contrary to the previous poster I'm experiencing no compatibility problem with Classic Theme Restorer.

For those to whom it means anything, you can edit this menu with a gui a lot like the old a la carte editor for the the gnome 2 menu. I haven't tried to see if I can add a de novo custom item yet, but if it that isn't an out of the box feature, I bet you can make it work by using this with Custom Buttons (I might have that name wrong). Total thumbs up.
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Added later by edit:
"Yea, I know it is not a great, or even good name for its functionality."
I'm confused. I didn't criticise the name of your addon. I think it is a fine name. On another page for another addon, I mentioned that THAT addon (Close Button) could use a better name. What I called "dumb" here wasn't this but the standard "Firefox" button that Awful Australis comes with. The point being that this addon, which I presume has been around a while, is wholly superiour to Mozilla's worthless "innovation" of the Firefox button and a great replacement for it. For that matter "Tiny Menu", while not as good as this, is better than the standard Australis button and it's been around since the neolithic. Mozilla reinvents the wheel, improves it by making it pentagonal instead of round, and expects applause for innovation.

They need to wake up to the fact that it isn't their hired staff that made Firefox so popular - it's all the addon devs, each pursuing their own individual visions of how to make something better, that made Firefox a success. Mozilla needs to quit screwing around with makework BS like Australis, and simply maintain a stable platform for you guys to work with. There is a beautiful metaphor there if you think about it. Mozilla is like the State, valuable as long as it keeps to it's core responsibilities, but when it becomes "activist", look out, it's just going to start stepping on people and getting in the way.

Anyway, this was working great but some update broke something. Now I can't find it in the customise-toolbar dialogue.
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added later: I'll leave the above evidence of my attack of acute stupidity. All I had to do was shutdown Firefox completely and restart it. Duh. About the name, now I see what you mean. Yes, I suggest you change the text label of the button to "Personal Menu" so it won't be confused with the other one. Everything is working fine here now, and it looks fine on THIS non-Windows system, which is Ubunto 14.04, 32 bit, using Openbox as the DE, not just the window manager. And I'm not seeing any conflict with Classic Theme Restorer. Thanks for a great addon.

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Thanks for your explanation.
Yea, I know it is not a great, or even good name for its functionality. I just don't want to torment myself so much with the "right" name, ha.

Weird behavior. Rated 5 out of 5 stars

New version is not compatible with classic theme restorer :(
It does'nt shows all options and wont work when using the button that CTR provides (it looks better with the theme). For me PM 5.1.0 is working well.

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Great! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Only thing I miss so much on the new version for FF29 are the History and Bookmarks Menu Button Options, like middle- and right-click options, and a way to hide all items before bookmarks/history.... hope they'll be back in the future.
Thanks anyway for the good job!!!

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userChrome.css can help you.
http://kb.mozillazine.org/index.php?title=UserChrome.css

#BMB_subscribeToPageMenuitem,
#BMB_subscribeToPageMenupopup,
#BMB_subscribeToPageMenupopup + menuseparator,
#BMB_viewBookmarksSidebar,
#BMB_viewBookmarksSidebar + menuseparator,
#BMB_subscribeToPageMenuitem[disabled],
#BMB_subscribeToPageMenuitem[disabled] + * + menuseparator,
#BMB_bookmarksToolbar {
display: none;
}

#appMenuViewHistorySidebar,
#appMenuClearRecentHistory,
#sync-tabs-menuitem2,
#PanelUI-recentlyClosedTabs-separator,
#PanelUI-historyItems-separator,
#PanelUI-recentlyClosedTabs,
#appMenuRestoreLastSession,
#PanelUI-recentlyClosedWindows-separator,
#PanelUI-recentlyClosedWindows {
display: none;
}

Fantastic! I hope it will continue to work in future Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This was an absolute god-send (especially seeing as 'Menu Editor' has long since been abandoned).

Personal Menu worked flawlessly and intuitively, and it was one of my most important add-ons; Firefox was a complete annoyance to use without it.

Regrettably, it no longer works in the latest version of Firefox (v29 Australis) and it will be desperately missed.

Mozilla has removed the original Firefox menu altogether (replacing it with something totally different), so there's not much that this add-on can do if the menu does not even exist. However, Classic Theme Restorer (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/classicthemerestorer) does a pretty good job of replicating the original Firefox application menu, so it would be amazing if Personal Menu could be made to work with that.

https://addons.cdn.mozilla.net/img/uploads/previews/full/118/118352.png?modified=1396443041

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Works great with Pale Moon

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Great add on Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Hope to see it soon compatible with Australis.
6.0.1 still not fully functional.

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Awesome extension Rated 5 out of 5 stars

It's no longer functional under Australis, but I will never forget the old times.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Awesome, but needs fixing for FF 29.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

It's no longer functional on the current V29 Beta 1 - maybe the culprit is Australis.

However full 5 stars for all previous efforts.


cheers,
^ _ ^
Chew Internet Explorer

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A must for any power user Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Now power users can have quick access to any menu and option without giving up screen real estate to the menu bar

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Added sharing Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I added sharing to almost everything. I feel like the master of the webspace

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Very good, with a bit of fiddling you can get rid of the pointless double menu design too.

Great stuff and lots of options make it quite a powerful tweaker.I spent a while thinking that the "open in sidebar" bookmarks click didn't work, until I realised that I was clicking the default button while Personal Menu had added another : )

Nice add on, thank you. Please don't break it Mozilla!

(After thought ... having spent half an hour getting my app menu "just so", an Export Settings option would be handy!)

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

It is a very convenient Add-ons. But, it does not correspond to the Australis of new UI of Nightly for now. Australis of new UI (Firefox29) will be released around April of 2014.
Do you have any plans to Personal Menu (Personal Firefox Button) corresponding to this new UI?

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Awesome, Спасибо! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Thanks, this is a Thousand Times Easier / Quicker than editing mozilla config files!
Landis.

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Wonderful Way to Clean Up Toolbars Rated 5 out of 5 stars

To easily add toolbar items... just make sure they are removed from any respective toolbar location, then choose the 'toolbar box' item from within PM, and you will have the ability to add any item that is available from the 'customize toolbar' dialog to your Firefox app button.

Great for hiding items that don't need to always be immediately visible, but still keeping them easily accessible.

PM also provides great methods for accessing menu bar items.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Best extension I have! My Firefox would be lost without this!

Thank you!!!

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