Response Rated 4 out of 5 stars

The add-on description says the zoom issue it's a bug and that the bug was fixed Firefox 33 and I'm using firefox 39 so I thought that it should be ok. Regarding the zoom issue: Cant you make firefox load a new image when page zoom reaches some number or after pressing a button or key? That way the scrollbar will change size but as soon as it hits a very noticeable point it would get replaced with the new image of the appropriate size.

Regarding the customization on the custom v2 you only get the option of circles instead of buttons it could be triangles or squares or stars or hearts also maybe you can put the option for the user to select an image file for the buttons cap slider and background as a custom v3 so the customization can be endless.

Also the transparent setting on the custom v2 it always makes the background black and in this option and the transparent and transparent v2 option there is an outline on the bar slider that looks bad.

Thanks for the add-on and the time you take to read and respond to comments.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.2.2.1-signed).  This user has a previous review of this add-on.

> 1. The add-on description says the zoom issue it's a bug and that the bug was fixed Firefox 33 and I'm using firefox 39 so i thought that it should be ok. Regarding that:

The bug with disappearing scrollbars on some zoom levels and the general zoom issue are/were two different things I summarized into one description. Sorry for that.

> 2. Cant you make firefox load a new image when page zoom reaches some number? That way the scrollbar will change size but as soon as it hits a very noticeable point it would get replaced with the new image of the appropriate size.
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Something like this is not possible. You can't "detect" the zoom level inside an add-on and even if it would be possible, you can't switch scrollbar appearance without reloading the website.

> 3. Regarding the customization on the custom v2 you only get the option of circles instead of buttons it could be triangles or squares or stars or hearts also maybe you can put the option for the user to select an image file for the buttons cap slider and background as a custom v3 so the customization can be endless.
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Squares and circles are what Firefox can change using one value (border radius, it already part of css), but you requesting to use completely different or own images. Something like this is currently not planned, but might be added in the future.

> 4. Also the transparent setting on the custom v2 it always makes the background black and in this option and the transparent and transparent v2 option there is an outline on the bar slider that looks bad.

Depends on the OS you are using, transparency may or may not work. That option is mainly for Windows AeroGlass UI on WinVista/7.