This style automatically hides the menu toolbar until you mouse over where it should be, i.e. above the navigation toolbar. When you mouse over, it reappears and rolls the other toolbars down below it. It disappears again when you move the mouse away. This is great for saving vertical screen space and avoiding extensions which merely compact the menu toolbar into a single menu button. Inspired by the Hide Menubar extension (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/4762) which hides the menu until you press the Alt key, and NettiCat who submitted code for a mouse-based version rather than keyboard. Compatible with Firefox 2 and 3. ********** Tip: Add toolbar buttons to the menubar that you don't wish to clog up your regular toolbar. This way they are still there when you need them but out of the way when you don't. You may need to temporarily disable the style in order to drag buttons to the menubar. ********** UPDATE: Now hides the ugly 1 pixel solid line
Modified leoncub's Autohide menubar style so that this one autohides the Stumbleupon toolbar when you move away the mouse from the place where SU toolbar should be. Toolbar will show again when you hover over the place where SU bar should be. Original work done by leoncub. Update 08.05.2008: Modified the code a bit so now SU toolbar will become visible when you hover over Menubar and stay visible as long as you keep your pointer on SU or Menu toolbar. Update 27.11.2008: Works now like the original description says. Disabled update 08.05.2008 is included below this comment /* Update 27.11.2008 */ if you prefer to use it.
This userstyle lets you drag the window by the menubar and tab toolbars.
Places the Tab bar on top of Firefox's window and makes it transparent for Glasser extension (http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?t=649449) to apply Window Vista's Aero effect upon it. If you have a menu bar shown; it will be placed below it, I suggest using a menu-bar hider extension such as Hide Menubar to make the effect more pleasant. The colours of the selected and hover labels of the text can obviously be adjusted by altering the required CSS properties in the tab hover and tab selected sections at the very bottom of the file. Enjoy! Please Note: There is a strange bug which when only one tab is open, the bar is rendered completely white. To work around this you must set the value "browser.tabs.autoHide" to false, in the hidden about:config page in Firefox. History: 0.1 - 8th-Sept-2008: Initial Release 0.2 - 9th-Sept-2008: Cleaned up CSS and fixed a minor bug with all windows of Firefox having a 30px padding on the top. 0.3 - 9th-Sept-2008: Made the tabs
THIS IS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH FIREFOX 3.5. If you are using Firefox 3.5, than check out Aero Theme for Firefox 3.5. This is based on: http://userstyles.org/styles/10416 Full res screenshot here: http://dl.getdropbox.com/u/42655/eternity/fx1_big.png I didn't really test it... (It might eat your cat... etc...) I guess it requires the following at the moment: - Glasser ( https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/7336 ) - and maybe(I think it should work without it) Hide Menubar (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/4762) - set "browser.tabs.autoHide" to false - and you can have no extra toolbars - (Aero looks quite bad maximized, install vistaglazz to make it look good) ( http://www.codegazer.com/vistaglazz/ ) It is possible that a browser restart is needed after applying the style for the Aero effect to work properly... Give me some feedback pls :) UPDATE: findbar and downloadbar fix (kind of)
almost totally based on http://userstyles.org/styles/10416 from his page: "Places the Tab bar on top of Firefox's window and makes it transparent for Glasser extension (http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?t=649449) to apply Window Vista's Aero effect upon it. If you have a menu bar shown; it will be placed below it, I suggest using a menu-bar hider extension such as Hide Menubar to make the effect more pleasant." i use personal menu https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/3895 also used with style "global- my custom tweaks" http://userstyles.org/styles/12111 yes, it's ugly code. it works for me. should be easy enough to change to suit your tastes. update: to add the ie7/vista blue donut throbber to tabs, check out http://www.xuldev.org/blog/?p=62 update: complete the chrome experience with this extension http://www.krickelkrackel.de/autohide/autohide.htm . set it to always show navbar, taskbar, and tabbar.
Multiple Tweaks to the Mozilla Firefox (works in Firefox 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8,7, 6, 5, 4 & 3 too, with dark themes or skins, for example: "NASA Night Launch") User Interface!