if I wanted icons above the bookmark bar I would have placed them there; I don’t. More brilliance from the mozilla intolerance foundation: hating conservatives with frothing mouth breathing all the day long
“customize firefox to work the way you do so long as its what mozilla allows”
Not much unlike the “progressive” ideology to which they subscribe: agree with liberalism or — no or.
mozilla motto: COMPLY!
you will be assimilated?
Many Add-ons used to place an icon in the Status Bar that gave you quick access to their features. Now they have their own toolbar called, you guessed it, the Add-on bar. The Add-on bar isn’t shown by default — it’s only shown when you install an Add-on that uses it.
nope. I want my extension icons where I had placed them
mozilla fascism strikes again: “freedom” to submit muslimese style
The Add-on Bar gives you quick access to add-on features
You know what else did that? The status bar: quick access to user grouped extensions.
Gives me? Coerces you mean, mozzy?
Use the Classic Theme Restorer to bring the Add-on bar back
Here’s a thought: offer the user a choice. You know, like double opt-in.. that concept that interferes with privacy raping profile employed by morally-deficient developers ala Carlo Zottmann.
Oh goodie! Install an unwanted extension to partially revert retarded UI “choice”
search bar is extra inflexible. It can be moved but not widened (without CSS).
So much easier to have fewer choices; fascism is so liberating.
Mozilla enhanced dictionary of freedom
enhancement: reduced functionality
tolerance: terminating conservative ceo
customize: accept new status quo
choice: C or C… or even C
simplification: less is better to facilitate freedom of enhancement
“new” tab concepts purveyors of tab management extensions have provided those who usify the interwebs wiff more than a dozen tabs per window. :gopher:
All a mere twenty-five firefox versions after innovation.
Will AMO editors pull head from [noun]?
firefox design values mostly whitespace less to distract for more contemplation of obedience to mozilla:
[actual screencap of page one of PDF]
mozilla “[decides] for you” yet respects “user sovereignty”?
mozilla good intentions from cradle to early grave