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Dorando keyconfig 需要重开
A modified Dorando's addon to rebind keyboard shortcuts. It is designed to be a drop-in replacement, keeping your old settings. (See details for upgrade instructions.)
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Disable the install delay in Firefox. New 2.0 version now includes GreaseMonkey scripts!
Unlike similar addons, this works on Firefox 4 and beyond.
I've been using this one for a long time. The Linux theme is just completely colorless. And a nice solid color makes things better.
Don't really consider it all that bright, but that's fine by me. It looks great.
You do the best solid themes
I like how this works. It's quite a nice experience. I can continue with the page I'm on, while having the video play in the top right.
There are a couple tiny little things that would make it better (and get that fifth star):
An option to include a close (X) button. Maybe on the top left.
An option to disable the animation when starting minimized. It's a bit distracting.
Also, a suggestion: add an option to get a lighter/brighter version of the backlight color instead of a random one. Oh, and maybe an option to choose how far out it goes.
It may say it's incompatible, but it still works fine. If necessary, download the checkCompatibility addon.
Seems to work well. The missing star is fpr two missing features. First off, you need a button (disabled by default). People who aren't developers are likely to remove Developer Options from their Firefox menu. A separate button is a nice fallback.
Second, you need to fix the table so that the columns can be resized.
I'm giving this 5 stars because it was good while it was useful. But now it actually breaks the password manager in Firefox 31 or higher. You need to make the addon incompatible with Firefox 31.对这个附加组件，此用户曾发表过1个评价。
Does what it's supposed to do. "
(AFAIK, Gmail doesn't need this addon.)
There need to be options for how to change the text labels on private tabs. Perhaps even an option to use a special favicon.
REPLY: If I'm understanding you correctly, I'd just put them in anyways (change the userChrome.css yourself) and, if an extension messes it up, it messes it up. But I don't see why it wouldn't also mess up the blue underline.
Thanks for the workaround, anyways.
Does exactly what it says it will! Sure, there are some files that won't work, but that's what the Force Content Type addon is for.
This addon does exactly what it's designed to do. The fact that somebody (nobutan) can't understand what it's for doesn't change the fact that it does what it' supposed to.
Seriously, if you don't understand something, don't review it. And especially don't be a jerk about it.
I think you might want to indicate what deminify means. I believe it means converting from a single line to tab-structured code, right?
Yes, the beta version works in 4.0b7, but it also breaks Update. In fact, on that date, you should have already been on 4.0b8这个评论是针对附加组件的一个早期版本的（1.0.11）。
Yes, it's there by design, But it's absolutely stupid. For one, you have to be really stupid to fall for the attack, For another, there's another less intrusive way to fix it: require two actions on different places on the screen.
And what's really annoying is that, for any site other than addons.firefox.org (which is safe), Firefox already does this with you having to allow the site to download content.
So, it's a completely pointless feature that keeps being thrusted upon us because people won't use their brain.
And that's not even covering the ability for other solutions. It's not like any other browser does this.