452 critiques pour ce module
  • This is the best add-on for hiding caption so far!

    Quote:
    "what about moving?
    nice, but can you grab the window to move it?"

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars by ajina on June 27, 2010

    you can use status bar to move the windows~ :p

  • What to say, loved the last 3 months I`ve been using it.
    Just would like have the close/min/max buttons on the lest side (the beginning of the tabbar) so that would look better on ubuntu 10.04

  • Hi, the add-on is great and it's all I need :D Thanks for making it.

    But there is a little bug I want to report. The glass effect isn't glass at all. It's transparent and since I've icons at the top of the desktop I can see them clearly and becomes weird.

    Is there a way to fix it? :)

    Thanks and Congrats for the great work you have been doing

  • nice, but can you grab the window to move it?

    Réponse du développeur

    - also try SMART ALL option

  • Very good addon, congrats.

  • "Smart All" in multi-monitor mode would be just what I've been hoping for without success from Google Chrome for ages... if it weren't so damn buggy on Linux.

    Chrome-like compact WinDeco when maximized, native WinDeco when un-maximized (so the WM functionality for dragging and titlebar interaction is used), and an un-maximize button while maximized.

  • one of the best plugins out there for fire fox, it's a must for me, and i must say, it should be for every one, this one with tabs on top saves you great space while browsing. I just love them both

  • I thought you did a great job, dude. It does what it says on the tin, but I have a pretty odd browsing set-up, I'll talk about positioning in a second, first, about the buttons:

    I use Linux. If there's any way you can replace the buttons with the user's settings (GNOME, of course, and Beryl/Compiz, if that's possible), then that would be great. It's not a big deal, but I'd like it.

    Now, about positioning. What I have going on is that I browse the internet with *everything* but a tab bar displayed above, even the status bar. The buttons show up perfectly even with that setup, but only on the right. I prefer buttons on the left, myself, to be honest, and if you can force the tabs to bump to the right of the buttons, it'll be a great step. You don't really have to do that, of course, seeing how the next Firefox update will basically have customizable tab bars, too.

    Everything else considered, the function does great. Thanks for the dedication to a more simplistic and easier interface.

  • Great addon but it need some work with bugs.
    - minimizes instead closing
    - problem with window sizing
    - FF starts much longer with this addon

  • Excellent. Thank you very much for the nice add on.
    Work correctly on my FF 3.6.3

  • Excellent. Thank you very much for the nice add on.
    Work correctly on my FF 3.6.3

  • Thanx for the wonderful addon.. :) Works perfectly on my Firefox 3.6.3 on Arch64...

  • excellent add-on extension to chromifox theme

  • Nice. Just one thing. Is there a way to get rid of those "grippies" in the corners? They look like ladies pearls or jewels. Doesn't quite fit my dark theme futuristic desktop theme :)

  • It seems to work pretty well on Ubuntu 10.04 with native theme enable. I am very impressed! Great job!

  • Impressive, well done!

  • Could you please put an option to have the firefox icon on the left (like you put the min/max/close buttons on the right? )

  • It seems that some of the options only work with a restart of Firefox, and there is no indication of this. Other than that, seems to work fine. Even with Aero Snap (as long as you DON'T hide the caption when the window is restored).

  • This does what I want it to do to hide the caption bar, but it would be great if I could bring the OS caption bar back when the window is not maximized. This would give me all the control over my window when not maximized (like aero snap features in win 7), yet still give me the space I need when the window IS maximized.

  • "* Important note: FIXED Firefox 3.6's autohide menu-bar *customized* problem!: " - that's good, but plugin still have a problem with COVERING IN MAXIMIZED MODE WINDOWS TASKBAR if taskbar autohide option is not checked. (same problem on a single- and multi-monitor system)

  • Somehow I cannot edit my earlier post.. The screenshot was of a bad quality and I've fixed some stuff.\

    I've got the scrollbar problem working (with stylish) and with Tab Utilities I was able to pin and lock Gmail, Calender and Docs. Screenshot over here: http://nl.tinypic.com/r/33kde8y/5

  • (Please note that in Mac OSX there isn't yet a successful report about hiding the caption)

    Well... now there is: http://i39.tinypic.com/2i97b5z.jpg

    It's working together with strata40 and stratabuddy and a bunch of other addons. I changed the useragent to windows 6.1 to install the add-ons. The only thing missing right now is the scrollbar :D Hope I can fix that with a few tweaks in userChrome.js.

  • Yeah, I'm in the same boat as enriicololboxx. Losing the ability to use the top of the window for Windows 7 Aero Snap is a deal breaker for me. This addon looks great, dont get me wrong, but eh inability to drag the top of the window to pull it out of maximize, and then no snap functionality means I unfortunately wont be using it.

  • This would be perfect if the chrome functioned like Zune and Steam do when maximised (and the bar is hidden): i.e. the window can still be dragged around and use the Aero snap function in Win7 even without a title bar.

    Losing the ability of dragging a maximised window somewhere else doesn't make this addon worth it for me at the moment.

  • This would be perfect if the chrome functioned like Zune and Steam do when maximised (and the bar is hidden): i.e. the window can still be dragged around and use the Aero snap function in Win7 even without a title bar.

    Losing the ability of dragging a maximised window somewhere else doesn't make this addon worth it for me at the moment.