- Firefox 13 - Stripped Down Addons Manager


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This strips the add-ons manager. Removes buttons, add-on incompatibility warning, removes enable compatibility check link and is reduced to be compact. Strictly right click accessible or double click for add-on options in AIOS not Firefox's addon manager any longer, when add-ons are highlighted, they do not bounce, they stay still. Not only very useful for All-in-One Sidebar but also for Add-ons Manager.

Used some code and altered it from Firefox 4 or newer - Compact Addons Manager by darschne
Found some useful code that I used from

Code for the AIOS & Firefox's dropdown release notes moved, supplied from/by Luckymouse found here >

Thanks Luckymouse for the code!

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Firefox 13 - Stripped Down Addons Manager
Author MozillaUser233
License © MozillaUser233.
Created Mar 29, 2011
Updated Mar 27, 2012
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To darschne for Firefox 4 or newer - Compact Addons Manager

April 16th, 2011.
Remove Global Warning Container.

Optional option to remove new Stylish 1.1.2 links added to Add-ons Manager & All-in-One Sidebar-Stylish. Removes Go to link, Write New Style Link, Removes userstyle top container where the links were held at. Remove /* */ before and after the code located at bottom of style.

April 23rd, 2011.
Added an optional option at the bottom of this style to remove the header spacer in add-ons manager and AIOS, this option moves the check for updates box & search all addons box to the left instead of it being to the far right. Being more convenient. I've also made the style separate found FF13 - More Convenient Add-ons Update & Search Box .

Just removed "FF4" and "Firefox 4" terms out of the style. Nothing else changed.
Changed title FF10 > FF11.

Firefox's addons update manager release notes drop down moved above release notes.
AIOS addons update manager release notes drop down moved above release notes.
Updated description as Firefox's addon manager double click for options no longer is available. I believe when I put this style together, at the time it was functional. But still functional for AIOS.



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