The results are in for the Add-ons for Australis contest. The judges have selected the add-on entries that best capture Firefox 29’s new design and customization features, so check them out for yourselves! Congratulations to the winners!
Maximizes browser viewing space while keeping it user-friendly.
Absolutely magnificent. This add-on works like a charm and will not only give you back maximum browser screen space, it does it in very cool style.
Restore squared tabs, appmenu, add-ons bar, small button view and more in Firefox 29.
Inlays a simple and quick access profile manager into the new panel-based main menu. Designed for the Australis update to Firefox.
QuickMark provides a lightning-fast way for creating bookmarks and keeping them organized. Create and place them in a folder in one mouse sweep or use the shortcuts so your hands won’t need to leave the keyboard.
I do a lot of Internet research reviewing and returning to specific web pages under changing topics – often bookmarking 20 out of 200 pages. I’ve gotten so tired of the normal process of getting to the bookmark dialog. Thank you so much for this simple, elegant and quick bookmarking tool.
The Feed Sidebar is an extension for Firefox that displays the items from your Live Bookmarks in the sidebar.
Type in “What about:” in your awesome bar to see a list of “About:” Firefox URLs.
Best Complete Theme
An old favorite, completely updated for Firefox 29.
I use multiple Firefox profiles to organize my work as a coder. David Vincent’s Noia Fox theme + Noia Fox options is an integral part of that setup: I can skin each profile with a different persona while keeping the same basic look and feel.
Compact and elegant theme for Firefox 29.
Walnut for a wooden look and feel. Walnut is a complete skin redesign so that all windows, widgets, panels, and many extensions have a wooden look and feel.