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Originally Posted by fullmoon View Post

Well, AIOS isn't continued developed, the author have closed his forum. please use another add-on, waterfox isn't the problem.
Maybe try omnisidebar, it hasn't of vertical bar but you can put icon on horizontal bar and don't changed the page size. thumb.gif

Thank you for ignoring my rant and offering solutions rather than the other turko who decided to flame the thread instead. "wtg turko"

1) I learned that in FF 29 they removed the add-on bar (idiots) I found a solution with an add-on that adds the add-on bar back on biggrin.gif

2) AIOS did update itself to FF 30 and it is fully functional again. (The original AIOS went bust but I think this one is a fork. Not really sure. I'm getting too old to remember and sometimes care as I have kids now that take up all my extra remembering and caring time tongue.gif )

3) At least if they are going to use an australis design they could have chosen a nicer one. You really have to wonder what the monkeys are doing over at Mozilla these days. I still greatly dislike the new options layout. Why bother changing something for no reason. Especially if you are going to make it more complicated than it once was and needs to be. (idiots)

Thanks again & cheers thumb.gif

(Still keeping 28 on my laptop for now just in case I am not fully satisfied with 30)
Edited by blackshap9 - 7/10/14 at 3:59am
post #5922 of 7359
mozilla operates on finding the most appropriate design, performance, and features desired by the user base, and then ensuring they are never implimented.

someone high in their structure was impressed by chrome and is directing the monkeys to turn firefox into chrome come heck or high water.

the steering committee monkeys only have one brain cell between them, and the one who pushed australis on us was not borrowing that cell on that occasion.

all hail mr. alex for navigating the mine field to get waterfox 30 compiled in spite of mozilla.

oh, and real monkeys, sorry for insulting you by calling them monkeys. y'all are better than them.
Edited by kronckew - 7/11/14 at 12:24am
post #5923 of 7359
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Originally Posted by kronckew View Post

mozilla operates on finding the most appropriate design, performance, and features desired by the user base, and then ensuring they are never implemented.

hehehe:thumb:

Their only competition is chrome and chrome is their main source of income. This relationship is unhealthy at best. maybe Mozilla should think about making their own search engine. I don't even use google and use startpage instead.

If people are so unhappy with the australis design why don't they just go grab a complete theme and change it. With that being said I agree with everybody that Mozilla's' browsers should look different than chrome but the truth is the kids like it and in order to stay relevant you have stay in style. At the same time they could have easily offered the choice to go back to the old style. (idiots)

These insults towards monkeys come s at a good time with the release of Planet of the Apes. Good monkeys, good. I'm stocking up on bananas just in case biggrin.gif


PS. Switched laptop over to 30
post #5924 of 7359
I'll be staying with 28 after seeing 30 when I updated the wife's laptop sadsmiley.gif. First thing I thought was O-Oh she is going to kill me for wrecking her browser axesmiley.png. Sorry but I hate the look of it and I can't stand not having the tabs on the bottom. If I do go to 30 if use the classic theme restorer.
post #5925 of 7359
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Originally Posted by blackshap9 View Post

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These insults towards monkeys come s at a good time with the release of Planet of the Apes. Good monkeys, good. I'm stocking up on bananas just in case biggrin.gif
...

hollywood(land)* exhausted the planet of the apes theme with the 7 films starting in 1968 when i graduated from university. now we have the 8th in 2014. not mentioning the tv series, which was unmentionable.

now i am a pensioner and hollywood STILL hasn't had a new idea since the 60's. how many remakes of remakes of remakes can they make? computer special effects may get better, but the same old story lines...

star wars - also beat to death.

and it continues.

* - the big iconic HOLLYWOOD sign that looms over the city originally read HOLLYWOODLAND and was an advert for the housing developement buiding at the time (1930's). the "LAND" fell down and was not re-erected, and history was made. it was derelect and falling down for quite a while till they figured out it pulled in the punters.
post #5926 of 7359
rly , what's the problem with australis? it is so clean.


post #5927 of 7359
I use it on my laptop and my only real beef is that the non-active tabs are too hard to see and I don't want to install Stylish just to get a fix for it.
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post #5928 of 7359
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Originally Posted by blackshap9 View Post

After all these years I can't believe I am thinking about switching to Palemoon thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
If you don't like Australis, why not? It's the only sane choice.
post #5929 of 7359
I no longer use Waterfox, I could not get support or the errors/issues i was having with upgrading.

Palemoon was really good when i was trying it, but it had similar issues.
I switched to Nightly. All problems were fixed.
I also use the two suggested addons in this thread.

'classic theme restorer' and 'classic button restorer' smile.gifthumb.gif

I'm good to go.
post #5930 of 7359
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Originally Posted by Quantum Reality View Post

I use it on my laptop and my only real beef is that the non-active tabs are too hard to see and I don't want to install Stylish just to get a fix for it.
I use tab mix plus for it, is light and powerfull (with only one window)
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