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Always show the tabs bar

This style provides the ability to show the Tabs Bar in Full Screen mode. One of my favorite extensions is "Auto Hide" which allows one a choice of hiding or displaying individual toolbars and status bar when in Full Screen Mode (F11), or showing a Firefox window without toolbars (Shift+F11). Firefox itself provides Full Screen mode (F11) and in Firefox 3.6 also Firefox Window without toolbars (Shift+F11) As it turns out the only toolbar I have to see when in full screen mode is the Tabs Bar. I can use Ctrl+L to enter a url and I can use Ctrl+K to enter a search, or move the cursor through the top when in Full Screen mode to see all my visible toolbars with or without the "Auto Hide" extension.

Updated: Feb 17, 2010 Installs This Week: 0 Average Rating: N/A
Bookmarks Toolbar Blue/Folders, Red/Bookmarks

Bookmark folders shown without icons in BLUE, and any bookmark not in a folder would be considered special and would be shown without icons in RED. The idea here is to use minimum real estate for Bookmarks Toolbar, so folders are used almost exclusively, and try to keep the folder names to 1-4 characters. I know what my folders are so they don't need long names. The Firefox 4.0 and up version can be found at Bookmarks Toolbar Fx4 Blue/Folders, Red/Bookmarks (46947)

Updated: Oct 7, 2008 Installs This Week: 4 Average Rating: N/A
Bookmarks Toolbar Fx4 Blue/Folders, Red/Bookmarks

Bookmark folders shown without icons in BLUE, and any bookmark not in a folder would be considered special and would be shown without icons in RED. The idea here is to use minimum real estate for Bookmarks Toolbar, so folders are used almost exclusively, and try to keep the folder names to 1-4 characters.  I know what my folders are so they don't need long names. This is the Firefox 4 and up version. The Firefox 3.6 version can be found in Bookmarks Toolbar Blue/Folders, Red/Bookmarks (9091)

Updated: Apr 22, 2011 Installs This Week: 2 Average Rating: N/A
Color Toolbar(s) to identify profile (DM*)

Use  "Color Toolbar(s)"  to help identify an additional profile such as might be used with a TEST profile, or to distinguish a different user, or version of Firefox with a unique color choice per profile. Choose a color which will be used in your profile on the Firefox Window, on Customize Toolbars, the Dom Inspector, Organize Bookmarks (Library), Stylish Manage & Edit, and several other dialogs choosing a different color for each profile, some suggestions for light pastel colors are within the code.

Updated: Feb 17, 2011 Installs This Week: 2 Average Rating: N/A
Google - Highlight harmful site alert

Adds reddish highlighting for Google search results with "This site may harm your computer.". Firefox itself should prevent you from accessing such sites identified by stopbadware.org as both Mozilla, Google, and several others are partners. The highlighting will help you avoid clicking on the site. Even though Firefox uses the same data, there will be timing differences between what is available from Google servers and what Mozilla has downloaded to you for your protection.

Updated: Jan 16, 2011 Installs This Week: 3 Average Rating: N/A
Keyword addition for Add/Change Bookmark (Fx3)

Include Keyword, Location URL, and Description when adding bookmark (Ctrl+D), or with the Firefox 3 bookmark star to add or modify a bookmark. The description will fill in automatically from webpages that include the description META tag, and you can change it to what you want. By including the keyword in your bookmark Name it will show up in a location bar autocomplete search (AwesomeBar) and a bookmark search.  I place the keyword at the beginning of most of my Name/Title line and most of my public keyworded bookmarks are in the "K" folder of my Bookmarks Toolbar to help me remember the keyword assigned.

Updated: Feb 15, 2010 Installs This Week: 1 Average Rating: N/A
Launchy button remove space wasting drop-down(DM*)

The idea behind many of my styles is to use minimum real estate for toolbars. ============================================================================ STYLE NO LONGER NEEDED ONCE YOU UPDATE LAUNCHY Launchy 4.3.0 finally changed icon, this style was created 2008-12-17 and is no longer needed as of 2010-01-27 will have to make some changes in my Navigation styles as well -- Navigation/Location Bar Presentation Height (DM*) (10881) -- Navigation/Location Bar BIG Presentation Height (18864) -- Navigation/Location Bar Minimal Height (9349) There are some tweaks to Dom Inspector here as well, will check on them later ==============================================================================

Updated: Dec 19, 2008 Installs This Week: 0 Average Rating: N/A
Menu and SearchBar Minimal Height (DM*)

The idea here is to use minimum real estate used for the Menu Toolbar, and other toolbars, so that you have more screen space to use your browser for it's intended purpose of looking at web pages not space hogging graphics. This is one of several styles to minimize size of toolbars, look for other styles under my name, David McRitchie, that include "Minimal" in their style names. Currently there is some overlap in toolbars, since I've not learned how to reduce the size of the selection bubbles to be within the toolbars height, but it is quite usable.

Updated: Dec 21, 2008 Installs This Week: 1 Average Rating: N/A
Navigation/Location Bar BIG Presentation Height

This style has a much larger font on the the Navigation Bar than was used in Navigation/Location Bar Presentation Height (DM*) (10881) which had a font-size 110% of original font. The location bar font-size is 140% of original size and would only be used at or close to a full width window (1024 x 768) strictly for use in presentations so viewers of projected image can see the url easily. Use right-click on Back/Forward button to see drop-down.

Updated: Jun 20, 2009 Installs This Week: 1 Average Rating: N/A
Navigation/Location Bar Minimal Height

The idea here is to use minimum real estate used for the Navigation Toolbar, and other toolbars, so that you have more screen space to use your browser for it's intended purpose of looking at web pages not space hogging graphics. This style uses roughly about 1/3 of the height of the original toolbar. The red outline is the Navigation Toolbar itself and is the most wasteful of the toolbars. This is one of several styles to minimize size of toolbars, look for other styles under my name, David McRitchie, that include "Minimal" in their style names. Currently there is some overlap in toolbars, since I've not learned how to reduce the size of the selection bubbles to be within the toolbars height, but it is quite usable.

Updated: Aug 4, 2008 Installs This Week: 2 Average Rating: N/A
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