Works fine with seamonkey also!
Hope it gets continued to the firefox 57
I find it essential to my 'collection' to minimising the Firefox interface, thus maximising the viewing area.
Sadly development seems to have halted.
Kills additions panel added Classic Theme Restorer. You understand that the Classic Theme Restorer more necessary.
Thank You very much Milly. 5 Gold 1's! Not have to squint to read Fx menu bar now. YAY!!! Wish I knew how to get the button into the navigation bar tho. drag in customize not work. But still absolutely wonderful addon.
This extension is working in the latest Firefox, but notice the custom Icon option hasn;t worked at all for the past few Firefox builds.
It's sad because I used to like the ability to use something other than the blue ball.
Hope this comes back someday.
Works perfectly with one exception described here:
When first logon FX or restore from minimize, menu dropdown button appears as it should however the menu buttons appear individually in a row at the right side of the nav bar (in addition to the Menu drop-down button): Pushing the drop-down button a single time causes those superfluous buttons on the right to disappear. They do not reappear again until FX is reset to screen or restarted. There is a minor bug somewhere. [email protected]
Edit: The same malfunction as described above still exists when this extension is loaded into my v56.0.2. I am running Classic Theme Restorer also so do not know if that is the cause of this issue. In any case the standard Menubar appears once upon start/restart with Classic Menu 2 and disappears with a selection of any buttons in the menu bar, any!!! Does not reappear after that. Cannot find any way of resolving this issue. [email protected] 11/7/2017
Seem this extension still works with 2.32 but is listed as incompatible, perhaps there is a bug I haven't discovered yet, would be nice to see this addon updated, since it's very nice.
Works as described on FF 32. Using Kubuntu 14.04.
My Title bar did not change at all.
This is now 2.5+ years old but still works on FF 28.
The Title bar is replaced with orange 'Firefox' button (no mention of this in the description).
I use the Title bar to ascertain the webpage I am on, so I removed the add-on. Thanks anyway!
Thanks especially for supporting a custom icon. With some hamburger bars I can have all the nerdy goodness of SeaMonkey and still look like one of the cool kids.
For some reason, in Nightly on Ubuntu 14.10 I have no Firefox icon menu.... So I wanted a way to add it without having to use the Menu Bar. This does the job quite well!
bookmark this page doesnt work anymore,
I have Tab Toolbar on top/above (?)
Firefox 25, Linux (OpenSuse Tumbleweed), gives awesome menu and awesome icon, both optional. Works, unlike TinyMenu.I don't use any extra Bookmarking addons, so no conflicts here. Combine this with Omnibar = Perfect!!
Unfortunately, edit bookmarks doesn't work anymore.
To all who have posted here since July of 1012... I posted this back then... check out Franks fix for at least the bookmarking issues....I'm not sure what's up with Milly.
A version which will not break bookmarking Rated 5 out of 5 stars
by Richard Foulkes on July 30, 2012 · permalink
Yes, this extension on AMO currently breaks a number of basic bookmarking features.
But Frank Lion has a couple of versions of the same extension and they do not break bookmarking.
He has them named Compact Menu3 (two display versions)
Dear Milly,I like this add-on very much, but it stops "Add Bookmark Here 2" from working. Can you get together with the author of CM2 and sort this out please?Thanks.
like "Mitko1239" says, i confirm that it's interfering with the new Downloads Manager in Firefox 20.
It's a really neat add-on, but it's interfering with the new Downloads Manager in Firefox 20. It's really good though.