http://) if that helps at all. Still two clicks, just a bit of dragging involved :P
- Firefox is still Dictated by your GTK theme... what did I say that made you think it wasn't?Personnaly I like my system to have the same look and feel everywhere and use my Gtk theme of choice, so different tabs is both a bad thing and a waste of human ressources.
The same can be said for the « one button menu »: non standard and requires one more click. Thankfully Firefox (24) under Arch linux does have a proper menu and not this button.
Then if the addon bar is gone, how will I be able to quickly change the settings of Cookie Controller, NoScript and Stylish? How will I see the current zoom value, and if Linkify, HTTPSEverywhere or AdBlock+ are enabled or not? I hope the status-4-evar addon will still work.
- The "one menu button" doesn't matter. If you want the "menu bar" you can always press Alt+v and select "view > toolbars > menubar" which also gets rid of the "one menu button".
- The addon bar is gone, but you can put all of those icons into the bars at the top of the page or in the menu (or nowhere?). Again, not a great idea but I think they had their reasons... Maybe the old addon bar was hacked into place and they're just writing up a new one atm?