Hides the buttons from the Add-on Compatibility Reporter and Add-on Collector extensions so they don't crowd out the description. They're rarely used anyway, still accessible from the add-on details pages, and it's easy to temporarily turn Stylish off for batch operations. (It also removes them from places where they're useless, like the Stylish and Greasemonkey tabs)
Only show the back/forward toolbar buttons and the history drop-down when they are actually useful.
Hide the DownloadHelper toolbar icon when it's inactive and hide the count and dropmarker at all times to work around the wasted space when the count is disabled. (Recent versions allow the icon to show the same menu as the dropmarker via an option in General -> Behavior)
A trivially-simple, more efficient CSS replacement for a userscript of the same name. Removes those distracting on-hover submenus at the top of Fanfiction.net pages.
Removes the following context menu entries to provide a cleaner, more Chrome-like experience: Stuff that's already got its own place elsewhere: - Stop - Bookmark Page - View Background Image - ...and some separators Stuff that should really be optional and extension-provided: - Send Link... - Send Image... - Send Page... - Send Video... - Set Desktop Background The more addon-added menu entries you have, the more you'll appreciate this. Customization instructions on the accompanying blog post: http://blog.ssokolow.com/archives/2011/12/26/cleaner-firefox-context-menus-using-stylish/
Set the minimum tab width to the same as app tabs but specify a higher minimum width for the active tab to make room for the close button. Gives Chrome-like tab-sizing behaviour until the tabs eventually become so numerous that scrolling is the only option.
This style restores the border between the reload button and the drop-down arrow for two reasons: 1. It feels sloppy and confusing to not have the drop-down arrow the right-most thing in a combobox and the awesomebar is intuitively understood to be a very fancy combobox. 2. All the icons within the awesomebar are what Chrome refers to as "page actions". To me, the reload button feels more like a "browser action", which means it should be visually distinct. (That's also why I use the "RSS Icon" extension rather than the toolbar button) More details on my rationale on my blog. http://blog.ssokolow.com/archives/2011/11/16/how-and-why-to-bring-back-the-border-on-the-firefox-8-reload-button/
Forces toolbar heights to be 27px. May distort some icons (see the favicon in the screenshot) but is generally a clean, comfortable way to get rid of unsightly excess padding if you find yourself unsatisfied with "tiny" themes. The folder icons in my bookmarks toolbar were hidden using 1 - Bookmarks Toolbar - Hide Folder Icons
Removes the "StumbleThru ...", "Tag this ...", and "PhotoBlog It!" entries from your context menu. Perfect for anyone whose life doesn't revolve around StumbleUpon but still wants to use it. Goes well with Firefox - Un-cluttered, Chrome-like Context Menu.