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removing functionality for the sake of vanity is exactly the problem with Mozilla's firefox design choices as of late. there seems to be no end to the dev team stripping out core functions that were always standard in place of useless and petty ones. while you may think it is "too" busy, that doesnt change the fact you're still removing functionality, justified/deliberate or not. sorry i don't subscribe to the way of thinking, in fact i oppose it vehemently. really wanted to like the addon, what a shame.

reply:your addon manager window is insanely small, im not trying to tell you how to run things but ...no wonder, and i suppose resizing it is out of the question? i am happy to hear you plan on making this an option when you do your re-write, glad to hear it. i might just come back to this addon. i really did give it an honest go. i just got tired of not having the buttons accessible. anyone like myself, often installing/uninstalling gresemonkey scripts will also find the missing buttons a pain. hope to see that make it in sooner than later.

Tento používateľ má predchádzajúcu recenziu tohto doplnku.

It was less for vanity and more so that the buttons don't take up over half the dialog. It looks like this with the buttons enabled: https://i.imgur.com/zjQ3hGV.png.

I intend to add options to this when I rewrite it, but I have so much other crap to fix in Firefox that I haven't managed to get to that yet. In the meantime, you should still be able to use right-click -> Remove, double-click -> Remove, or this in Stylish:

@namespace url(http://www.mozilla.org/keymaster/gatekeeper/there.is.only.xul);
@-moz-document url(about:addons) {
.addon button.remove { display: inherit !important; }