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post #41 of 101
Using test build script, discussion & script found Here to go along with AIOS.
Edited by TwistedMind - 4/4/11 at 6:36am
post #42 of 101
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Oooh, moar aero glass
Too bad all those aero glasser addons don't work with my awesome MX-3 theme

Know anything that would dock the Download statusbar to the top of the screen and not the bottom?
Also just found an addon bar minimizer/autohider Stylish script.... awesome

I'm also a rather huge fan of this script... mmmm sexy glass panorama
Edited by xd_1771 - 3/25/11 at 2:33am
post #43 of 101
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Originally Posted by xd_1771 View Post
Oooh, moar aero glass
Too bad all those aero glasser addons don't work with my awesome MX-3 theme

Know anything that would dock the Download statusbar to the top of the screen and not the bottom?
Also just found an addon bar minimizer/autohider Stylish script.... awesome

I'm also a rather huge fan of this script... mmmm sexy glass panorama
Yea there are a lot of great script's floating around.

Um,if you cannot find something to dock the download statusbar to the top, create a account with userstyles.org, if you find a download statusbar script of any kind, most likely you can start a new discussion and politely ask one of the creators to create a script for you for your needs. They will most likely help you out .
post #44 of 101
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I just found this amazong addon called Stratiform
Looks amazing
post #45 of 101
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I just found this amazong addon called Stratiform
Looks amazing
Wish it worked for me, looks interesting.

Clicking on the button options in the addon does nothing. I might try it on a newly created FF profile. I believe one of my addons are conflicting with it.

Edit:
By the way, Classic Compact & Classic Compact Options for FF4 are being worked on & tested @
Need theme tested on Linux and Mac OS/X

Works great for me. With a little modification to my preference to make it even more compact.

Edited by TwistedMind - 3/27/11 at 3:10pm
post #46 of 101
Thread Starter 
I see your main purpose with firefox is to really compact it
I actually do have a "compact UI" firefox profile, I created it months ago in anticipation of getting a new netbook (however these plans have been pushed off until at least the summer when the AMD Zacate/Ontario refresh is out) - so it is still based on firefox 3.6 and not really as small as I would imagine now that I have Firefox 4 and know of Stylish and the other scripts. Nevertheless I think it was pretty good when I created it; this is how it would look on a 1024x600 screen:

Note the faviconized tabs (you can see preview & tab name by hovering on tab) and lack of bookmarks bar (visible instead in the "new tab" page) and omnibar.
Once I get this updated to Firefox 4 it will prominently make use of AiOS/Vertical Toolbar and use a different theme than MX-3 to make it a bit more compact.
post #47 of 101
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Originally Posted by xd_1771 View Post
I see your main purpose with firefox is to really compact it
I actually do have a "compact UI" firefox profile, I created it months ago in anticipation of getting a new netbook (however these plans have been pushed off until at least the summer when the AMD Zacate/Ontario refresh is out) - so it is still based on firefox 3.6 and not really as small as I would imagine now that I have Firefox 4 and know of Stylish and the other scripts. Nevertheless I think it was pretty good when I created it; this is how it would look on a 1024x600 screen:

Note the faviconized tabs (you can see preview & tab name by hovering on tab) and lack of bookmarks bar (visible instead in the "new tab" page) and omnibar.
Once I get this updated to Firefox 4 it will prominently make use of AiOS/Vertical Toolbar and use a different theme than MX-3 to make it a bit more compact.
That's nice & clean looking.
post #48 of 101
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Originally Posted by xd_1771 View Post
I see your main purpose with firefox is to really compact it
I actually do have a "compact UI" firefox profile, I created it months ago in anticipation of getting a new netbook (however these plans have been pushed off until at least the summer when the AMD Zacate/Ontario refresh is out) - so it is still based on firefox 3.6 and not really as small as I would imagine now that I have Firefox 4 and know of Stylish and the other scripts. Nevertheless I think it was pretty good when I created it; this is how it would look on a 1024x600 screen:

Note the faviconized tabs (you can see preview & tab name by hovering on tab) and lack of bookmarks bar (visible instead in the "new tab" page) and omnibar.
Once I get this updated to Firefox 4 it will prominently make use of AiOS/Vertical Toolbar and use a different theme than MX-3 to make it a bit more compact.
Wow. Looks good.
post #49 of 101
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An update to my personal flagship interface!

Actually it doesn't look different, just a bit messier. The vertical toolbar is still there; the addonbar is back, hidden in a corner, and auto-hideable, all made possible by an add-on called Burlesque - I keep a few rarely used icons there. The icons in search bar is a genius addon called quick search bar that allows me to click any of those numerous icons and search on that engine. And yep, that's right, with this addon I managed to add OCN and Newegg to the search bar. Also notice the use of Waterfox, an optimized 64-bit firefox.

Check out what happens when I press the ctrl key!

Hey what-- where'd everything go? Actually an addon called MinUI [<<LINK] allows certain things to disappear/appear by way of pressing the Ctrl key - without going into full screen mode. It really appeals to me because as you know, I'm sort of a half minimalist - only what I need on the screen, but sometimes there are a lot of other things I need, so I'd like easy access to those things if ever.

But eh, I prefer presenting my interface in "Tab Candy" form:


Most of the addons I use (now totalling 65 up from 42, and still with no performance penalty) can be found in my Awesome add-on collection.
Edited by xd_1771 - 4/2/11 at 4:19pm
post #50 of 101
Love Add to Search Bar 2.0, very cool, I found it the other day looking up how to make search engines for Firefox. I cannot find this so called addon Burlesque. Found Burlesque from one of your threads.

Yours is looking good.

Updated:

Edited by TwistedMind - 4/7/11 at 3:45am
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