Add-ons for Australis Contest – Overview

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AMO_Australis_contest_650x250 copyMay 13, 2014 – The winners are announced!

Firefox is about to get more beautiful, streamlined, and customizable than ever before, and we’re challenging you to create add-ons that look and feel great in it.

Between March 11 – April 15, 2014, create add-ons that take full advantage of the new design, which opens up new customization opportunities and streamlines the add-on experience in your browser. A panel of judges will pick one winner and two runners-up from each prize category.

All winners will receive Firefox OS phones, and the first-prize winners in each category will also receive a collection of Mozilla gear.

Contest Categories

  • Best overall add-on – an add-on that best makes use of the new Australis features, like the new toolbar widgets and tab appearance.
  • Best complete theme – a complete theme that most creatively alters the look and feel of Australis.
  • Best bookmark add-on – an innovative bookmarking add-on that works well with the Australis theme.

How to Enter

  1. Create or update an add-on
  2. Submit it to AMO (addons.mozilla.org) for approval
  3. Fill out the entry form and include a link to your add-on. Submissions are closed now.

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Fine Print

  • Up to 3 entries per person per account, but each person may only win one prize in one category, even if the winning add-on has more than one developer.
  • Open to all countries
  • Add-on must be compatible at least with Firefox 29 (the first version that supports Australis) and Firefox 30.
  • Entries may not be a forked version of an existing add-on.
  • Mozilla paid staff and contractors may not participate
  • Read the complete contest rules »

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  1. PETER wrote on :

    NO ME GUSTA

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    1. ikario wrote on :

      A mí me gusta.

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    2. Leslye wrote on :

      Es muy similar a Chrome en muchos aspectos, sin embargo en lo que falla Google lo ha mejorado Mozilla con su propio toque. El viejo diseño empezaba a carecer de futuro.

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  2. mike wrote on :

    we like the way firefox looks already.
    i understand its good to change over time, but why copy chrome

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    1. Momizer wrote on :

      Firefox did addons first.

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      1. Puli wrote on :

        Nobody said anything about addons, but instead of crappy “intuitive”, “modern”, “clean” “etc” design stuff which we do not need.

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        1. Umar wrote on :

          Speak for yourself. I love the new interface. Intuitive. Modern. Clean. Absolutely nothing wrong with it. If you’re so hurt by the direction they’re taking the browser by all means there are older versions that still have full support. Stick with it.

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      2. Brandon wrote on :

        Actually, Internet Explorer had browser helper objects (basically addons) since 1994. Mozilla was thumbing around with Netscape around the same time, but Firefox didn’t exist then.

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  3. slapstick wrote on :

    It’s kinda sad you have to promote your new design with a contest nobody cares about. Had you made Australis useful (i.e. adding features instead of removing them and relying on users to create addons to re-add them), it would have had a better acceptance. Yet instead, some incompetent UX Team members decided that the code is too complicated and the features are too confusing for users, so instead of educating users on this matter, they have been removed for good.

    This is going to make a lot of users angry. Mark my words.

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    1. Frederic wrote on :

      slapstick, YOU don’t care, thus “nobody” cares? I had a friend who was a megalomaniac, but now he’s ok : there’s still hope for you… ;-P

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  4. He_Who_complains wrote on :

    So will the winner be the plugin that reverts austrifail (austrypholis) back to normal?

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    1. Hand of Fate wrote on :

      I see what’s happening, here. Whoever actually makes an addon which performs said rollback wins a phone. I suppose I’m up to the challenge, but now I have second thoughts about the phone…

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      1. Brandon wrote on :

        Jason Barnabe already won, because he made an addon that allows people to undo most of these visual changes. 😛

        That and he’s working on a userscripts.org competitor named Greasy Fork, which should allow for some older features to be restored in Greasemonkey in a safer environment via Javascript.

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  5. RainyShadow wrote on :

    Fully agree with slapstick, the new UI would’ve been fine only if it didn’t remove existing features.

    Can’t you just pack Australis as an addon or patch and keep the already established Firefox interface?

    For now i just stopped updating and will keep my Aurora 28.a02

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    1. Shirou wrote on :

      Install Cyberfox, it will be shipped with old interface even when australis will come out so you can still update your browser and gain the new stuff.

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      1. RainyShadow wrote on :

        “Windows XP: Not supported.”

        Thanks, but no thanks.
        All my systems run XP, so Cyberfox is a no-no.
        Besides, i doubt those “Windows 8 SDK & Intel Composer XE 2013″ optimised builds would work on my Pentium-III laptop 😛

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        1. Grant wrote on :

          XP is soon to be not supported. I am mostly linux but have one XP system on old hardware.

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        2. Ben wrote on :

          Sorry RainyShadow, but if you’re using a thirteen year old unsupported operating system I sincerely doubt the usability of Firefox’s interface is the foremost of your issues.

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  6. haythem wrote on :

    we like the way firefox looks already.
    i understand its good to change over time, but why copy chrome

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  7. He_Who_complains wrote on :

    Since it is good form to de-couple ui from code that does the work, can’t we just slap the old frontend on the new firefox?

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  8. Emma wrote on :

    Look people: if I wanted to use Chrome… I’d be using it already. *gasp* Crazy, huh ??
    I would not install Australis even if I was given a phone just for downloading it, so developping an add-on… lol thanks, but no thanks. I won’t update, that’s for sure. And if for some reason I’m obligated to do so down the line, I will simply uninstall my beloved Firefox use a fork browser based on the last version of “normal” FF instead. Or another underdog browser. After all, that’s how Firefox gained in popularity and became the community it is, right? By offering the users what they wanted and NEEDED. I bet there will be a serious competitor in the next few years if Mozilla keeps acting like Google’s lackey. Especially if the current and future developpers switch to it and make it great.

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    1. RaphaniacZX wrote on :

      I recommend Palemoon, that’s what I’m using now.
      This interface is coming with good or bad feedback. I honestly think despite all the complaints the last interface of Firefox was already mimicking Chrome. And this interface does look nicer overall and goes on the same path as Chromium-Opera. All that said I prefer the interface that they’ve kept until now. It saddens me to see they’re just killing the theme selection for stupid Personas themes and I’m not planning on using Firefox with Australis any time soon since I like better my black theme and I honestly think it’s BS.
      Here’s a run down on how Palemoon is different:
      http://www.palemoon.org/history.shtml

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      1. Emma wrote on :

        Thanks for the recommandation. I’ve heard of it several times but never took time to check it out.

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  9. jhosep wrote on :

    no me gusta es muy feo :p

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    1. Aadharsh wrote on :

      No es feo porque es bonita y nuevo

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  10. Peter J. Sloetjes wrote on :

    Please consider providing Firefox OS phones to ALL developers who update their extensions to support Australis.

    Please fix ALL the panel bugs before releasing Australis. Australis is USELESS without flawlessly working panels.

    Please make sure that the icon sets of bootstrapped extensions are UPDATED during upgrades to prevent dangerous situations.

    Please do some temporal hiring when running out of time.

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  11. nik4name wrote on :

    Too bad Classic theme restorer already won this competition:( the best way to deal with this new design, is to revert it.

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  12. Hand of Fate wrote on :

    My idea is for an add-on which — in one click — returns the menu bar, reverses that tabs-on-top bullshit, restores and realigns the status bar to the right instead of the left. Basically it just rolls Firefox back to version 25 and automatically removes Australis… with or without telling Mozilla off.

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  13. M. Straver wrote on :

    Are you really that desperate to create a contest like this in the hopes that add-on developers will actually want to support Australis?

    There’s a trend I’ve seen: add-on developers have stopped updating for later versions of Firefox (plenty with maxversions 25.*, 26.*); why do you think that is? Could it be because you’ve systematically started to remove UI features? Or could it be because add-on developers don’t want to develop for Chrome (or clones thereof), but for the browser they have appreciated over the years? Maybe both?

    Why can’t you just throw in the towel and admit that the UX team effort and design investment was a mistake, and go back to keeping Australis as a THEME on the current UI (with all its customizability) the way it started out as?

    Food for thought, if you are willing to actually think for once instead of marvel at what your “designers” (who obviously have no clue about UI affordance and UI expectation) cook up on their Macs. Keep in mind that 90+% of Firefox users are on Windows and want a Windows-conformant UI.

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    1. Jorge Villalobos wrote on :

      There’s a trend I’ve seen: add-on developers have stopped updating for later versions of Firefox (plenty with maxversions 25.*, 26.*); why do you think that is?

      Because most add-ons don’t need to make any changes to remain compatible (Australis included) and Firefox has been ignoring the maxVersion value for a very long time now. Update rates have remained fairly stable for years.

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  14. HKMSoft wrote on :

    Australis is the worse change of Firefox!! It seem just copy Chrome, make Firefox become a FAKE Chrome. Please give me a reason to keep using the FAKE Chrome instead of the real one!!

    Australis is a foolish design. If I use it in public, the others are difficult to recognize … it is a Firefox. I think most of them are mistakenly thought, it is a Chrome. Because Chrome UI is more well-known. That mean Mozilla give up the chance to promote Firefox by users using Firefox. The principle is same as the reason of Google banning Samsung’s magazine UX.

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  15. Enlin wrote on :

    Australis? Sorry, thanks to your Chrome copy plans i moved on to Maxthon. Guess what: I can have tabs at Bottom WITHOUT add-on usage and i can have a full status bar also WITHOUT add-ons. Two features a browser at least must possess that it is acceptable for me using it.

    Does Australis feature this options? No? Then goodbye Mozilla!

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  16. Daniel Ponce wrote on :

    All the bad commentaries above are coming from people who are sitting and waiting to talk bad about something instead of helping the community with something usefull. I invite you in helping and giving your ideas to the Firefox team, maybe, you have wonderfull ideas for it.

    In my opinion, my best wishes to the Firefox team and Mozilla, they’re doing a great work. This is not copying any other browser, this is getting better than others, and also, Firefox is improving their ideas, of course it’s something Mozilla knows about very well.

    Cheerz!

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    1. SaphirJD wrote on :

      Australis does plain and simple suck. Being forced to accept the fact that i only can customize the browser now with add-on usage is unacceptable for me.

      No usage at all for Power users… this new design is only of value for lovers of minimalistic design without much UI customization options.

      I rather would use IE before i would ever use Australis

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  17. LEE wrote on :

    with out the orange menu on the top-left, is it still Firefox? It is just a copy of Chrome.

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  18. kayovas wrote on :

    Hurray for Firechrome!!! Guys who told you that rounded tabs are modern, cool etc.? There аre no designers in Google… You have copied the worst browser design ever. Sad…. and pathetic :(

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  19. SaphirJD wrote on :

    Sorry, this Australis crap is an insult to a once customizable browser. You really expect tons of add-ons upcoming for this Chrome similar monstrosity? Chrome sucks and so does Australis because it is the complete opposite now for what Firefox was once standing.

    Customization is not outdated. Your Dev team should be fired and replaced with the Firefox 1-3 guys which had at least a vision about creating a customizable browser!

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  20. fox wrote on :

    my like the firefox becaous it is very sambel

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  21. Mike wrote on :

    It’s a shame, really. I’ve Always Used firefox, because its plain, simple, and EASY TO CUSTOMIZE.

    Australis TAKES AWAY one of the only reasons I use it!! I’ve tried it out, and I cannot make it the way I like!

    Firefox, You’re ALIENATING your users… At the very least, Give us the OPTION to opt out of australis! Its clear that a lot of people don’t like it… so don’t do this to us!

    Not to mention, there are no good alternatives to firefox, so… Its *REALLY* a shame.

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  22. Huluti wrote on :

    Mozilla thank you!
    I utlise your browser for 4 years now and it is a real treat. The interface change is essential to survive in the browser wars. I do not understand those who complain. To use the new interface is even more convenient.

    Congratulations Mozilla and long live the free software!

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  23. aldo wrote on :

    Muy chrome

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  24. Pablo wrote on :

    Thanks but if I wanted Chrome I’d switch to it straight instead of using a copycat.
    The most horrible update ever, going back to altenative Firefox builds without this crap.
    I’m sure you will get some new users but you are alienating most of the long time users, the ones who put Firefox where it is.

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  25. zeomal wrote on :

    Keep up the good work, Mozilla, and ignore all the hate comments.

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  26. Oldschool-Man wrote on :

    “FireChrome” ? No Thanks, I don’t upgrade since v19.

    I don’t choose Chrome because of Google and it’s interface and now what ?
    Firefox copy Chrome ? Sorry I can’t endure that.

    DESKTOP IS DESKTOP, NOT MOBILE !

    I just want a FULL UI not a “mini-compact-button” that do all…

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    1. InoY wrote on :

      Bro, update to 26 version when Mozilla optimize memory use and never update. Listen my advice.

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    2. Luke wrote on :

      Please update! That version is over a year old, so you have over a year’s worth of security exploits that could be used against you!

      If you really don’t want to have the latest in new web-technologies, major improvements to the Firefox devtools, etc, please use the Firefox ESR, which is an older Firefox version with security updates!
      http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/organizations/faq/

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  27. Win wrote on :

    “Firechrome”
    :v

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  28. Паштет wrote on :

    Польность согласен с “Pablo” ! Firefox уникален тем, что он уникален! Не надо склонятся до уровня Хрома, кто захочет поставить себе Хром, тот и так его поставит. Смотите не обосритесь ребята, многое пользователи заслуженно чтят непоколебимость Mozilla, в этом и его уникальность. И кроме этого много в Firefox других скрытых плюсов, о которых рядовые пользователи не догадываются, и лишь с годами постигают секреты Огненной Лисы)

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  29. Good work wrote on :

    No round back button for linux? Do that and you’ve won me over

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  30. InoY wrote on :

    I think we have a winner!
    https://addons.mozilla.org/ru/firefox/addon/classicthemerestorer/
    (restore old UI)

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  31. mediochrea wrote on :

    You people are bloody obnoxious. Have you even tried the new UI before posting these insightful comments? If you have, then you would probably realize that it’s the best thing that happened to Firefox in regards to user experience. But no, all you did was parrot “LUL CHROMEZILLA NON ME GUSTA XDD”. Well, good on you.

    My compliments to Mozilla for sticking to what you think is right and moving the web forward.

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    1. Enlin wrote on :

      Best thing ever? I have lost tabs at bottom, i have lost my add-on bar, i can not combine tab bar and url field anymore, i can not move Navigation bar elements in the add-on bar because it is gone, small icons are gone and the list is going on.

      If this is the best thing ever, i do not want to know what is in your opinion the worst thing ever. Perhaps a feature rich browser? 😀

      Australis abandons power users! Customization should not be removed away from the browser. And Australis is the very reason why i am not using a product anymore from that Chrome addicted wanna be Open source organisation.

      And to top it, their leader is against gay marriage! What the fuck?

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      1. Clicker wrote on :

        You’re clicking things. You aren’t a power user.

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      2. zeomal wrote on :

        Against gay marriage?
        Seriously?
        THAT’s your reason for hating the new UI?
        I understand if it’s the reason for hating Mozilla under the new CEO, but the UI?

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        1. Emma wrote on :

          Unless I can’t read, Enlin said “and to top it”. Which means “main comment” + another, albeit unrelated, opinion. So I don’t know where your response comes from. Anyway.

          I happen to agree that Mozilla is getting… let’s say disappointing. Very disappointing. On many levels. The image they’ve been projecting lately is pretty appalling. I hope it’s not to late for them to react and take users and devs opinions into consideration, because it would be really sad to see what once was a TREMENDOUS browser become yet another tasteless, spiritless, spineless, mundane piece of software like hundreds of others. Mozilla manages Firefox but not the community behind it. Where freedom is (including freedom of choice and customization), the community will inevitably go. It’s not rocket science.

          I don’t see most independent devs, especially those developping for FF only, sticking with FF long term (or at all) while also spending time on an inevitable promising newcomer that can – and will – take FF’s place if they insist on forcing users to adjust to something they don’t like like Google always does (Google, Gmail and so on).

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          1. zeomal wrote on :

            Okay… I seem to have a problem with my reading.

            But then again – right to freedom of expression, people! The view of the former CEO was solely his own, personal one – he promised that this would not affect his professional life. I can’t say that I’m for it (him being against same sex marriage), but as somebody said, intolerance of intolerance is STILL intolerance.

  32. Grzech wrote on :

    Few months ago opera did the same and… lose a lot of users. But eweryone can support projects like otter-browser :) it’s alpha but looks very nice

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  33. german tom wrote on :

    What really bothers me is, you don’t ask the user.
    We can write what we want… :/

    Don’t need an Australis FIRECHROME.

    For the future, I recommend also:
    https://addons.mozilla.org/ru/firefox/addon/classicthemerestorer/

    But first, i take a look at Palemoon.

    Very pity what’s happened to Firefox over the last years!
    It gets worse and worse.
    Makes me sad. Really!

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    1. zeomal wrote on :

      Change will come. It has to. If Mozilla doesn’t change now, then it will most certainly be left behind in the browser race. With Australis, Mozilla stands a better chance of surviving a world dominated by browsers which are developed solely by paid developers. All that the new interface does is reduce the amount of “browser” that you see – to the casual user. It also gives the user the power to customize easily. Just try it – there’s almost nobody who wouldn’t love it.

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      1. Mandy wrote on :

        @zeomal, I noticed that you wrote, ‘All that the new interface does is reduce the amount of “browser” that you see – to the casual user. It also gives the user the power to customize easily’ ..and I have to ask, have you ever actually used Australis?

        I ask because this is the reality of it –

        REMOVED:

        * Small icons mode for toolbar buttons
        * Text-only mode for toolbar buttons
        * Icons-and-text mode for toolbar buttons
        * Addons toolbar
        * Custom toolbars
        * Bookmarks / History sidebar buttons
        * Firefox menu button
        * Separators / Spaces / Flexible Spaces
        * Activity Indicator (Throbber)

        LOCKED:

        * Back/Forward/Urlbar/Stop/Reload locked into group on the Navigator toolbar
        * New Menu button locked onto end of Navigator toolbar
        * All tabs button locked onto end of Tabs toolbar
        * Cut / Copy / Paste locked into movable group
        * Tabs toolbar locked on top and always visible
        * Navigator toolbar locked as always visible

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        1. zeomal wrote on :

          Yes. I’ve been using it even before it came into the Nightly channel (via the UX builds, in case you’re wondering). So, I pretty much know what I’m talking about. And I’ve already stated my opinion.
          A few comments on the “realities” of Australis:

          REMOVED:

          * Small icons mode for toolbar buttons
          * Text-only mode for toolbar buttons
          * Icons-and-text mode for toolbar buttons
          – The smaller icons defnitely look better, and are available when the user wants them – i.e. when the user searches for these icons.
          * Addons toolbar
          – True – and that’s why this competition is there.
          * Custom toolbars
          – Easily enable custom toolbars using Customize.
          * Bookmarks / History sidebar buttons
          – You can enable this easily using the “View Bookmarks Sidebar” option available by clicking on the Bookmarks icon.
          * Firefox menu button
          – Firefox’s old menu buttons caused more problems than it solved. You call still revert to the (even older) menu (File, Edit and all their siblings) by using the Customize option.
          * Separators / Spaces / Flexible Spaces
          – True – though I didn’t particularly find them useful.
          * Activity Indicator (Throbber)
          – Notice the loading icons (similar to the throbber) on the left of the name of the tabs, that gets replaced by the icon of the website once it’s loaded. I’m pretty sure that’s a good and viable replacement for the activity indicator.

          LOCKED:

          * Back/Forward/Urlbar/Stop/Reload locked into group on the Navigator toolbar
          – How many people you know use ANY browser WITHOUT the back, reload, stop and URL bar on a desktop? (The forward button appears only when the action is valid.)
          * New Menu button locked onto end of Navigator toolbar
          – That’s where it should be – where it’ll be noticed when it’s necessary and completely out of the view when it’s not required.
          * All tabs button locked onto end of Tabs toolbar
          – I can’t kind of figure out what you’re referring to.
          * Cut / Copy / Paste locked into movable group
          – Cut / Copy / Paste and three common functions used complementary to each other by a very large majority of users.
          * Tabs toolbar locked on top and always visible
          – I’m pretty sure every user would want to view which tabs they are using – unless they’re used to still opening every new web page in a new window (old IE style :-)).
          * Navigator toolbar locked as always visible
          – Most people would want this open, wouldn’t they – if YOU don’t, there’s always an addon to take care of that.

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  34. teroromai wrote on :

    No! c’est la copie conforme de chrome! Inventez un pour Firefox, c’est mieux sinon autant mieux utiliser Chrome! Je ne l’aime pas!!!

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  35. german tom wrote on :

    Why do you delete my comment?

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  36. german tom wrote on :

    aaah, sorry now i see it (Your comment is awaiting moderation)
    after I posted the 2. comment…

    Sorry again.

    Have a nice day!

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  37. 文科 wrote on :

    几乎都在攻击Australis 不知道2014-04-29火狐29正式发布会是什么样场面

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  38. Ki-Ra wrote on :

    we like the way firefox looks already.

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  39. Ki-Ra wrote on :

    mozila is grreat!)))

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  40. chbahrey tommas wrote on :

    mozila firefox is the best for app

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  41. Franz Drinhaus wrote on :

    Ich bin begeistert von Firafox, besonders da ich schon älter bin ( 72 )
    nutze es immer und beteilige mich auch an den kosten !

    M.f.G

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  42. Noitidart wrote on :

    I don’t get why people are unhappy with Australis. It’s really beutiful. I just miss the addon bar that’s it.

    Also this crap about copying Google Chrome. Mozilla and all of its design notes are open source. Google is copying Firefox. Like the new icon in the far right thats a three horizontal lines. Google used to be a cog or wheel remember? They changed it to copy Firefox.

    Because google chrome has faster development, because they have money i guess, those guys are just looking at Firefox’s upcoming features and impelmenting them in google chrome before firefox lands.

    However there are some things I want firefox to copy from chrome, the translating, and the remembering of forms credit cards etc is very nice in chrome. I don’t dare use that stuff in chrome because chromes security is absolute crap. I want these features by official firefox dev in firefox.

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    1. Noitidart wrote on :

      Also my favorite part of australis is the active tab is so easy to diffrentiate from the others, you don’t have that in chrome. The menu in firefox is also beautiful.

      Im also kind of sad that the bookmark star came out of the url bar, i was hoping that the star could remain in the url bar and like a right click on the star would open the bookmarks menu.

      Another just super duper cool feature of chrome is when its smaller in window size the overflow in toolbar is put into a beutiful elegant panel.

      Australis is great.

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      1. Noitidart wrote on :

        What I mean by not trusting the authors, is that I don’t trust they do as good a job as the official mozilla devs would do. I trust the review process of the addons and trust that the addons are safe in what they do.

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  43. santiago wrote on :

    como lo instalo???

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  44. AYISSI TSIMI wrote on :

    Je suis fiert du fonctionnement de google, en ouvrant mon modem avec Mozilla-Firefox, cela m’apporte un plus dans le monde de mes activités au Cameroun, ils oeuvrent pour que vive la croissance des techniques artisanaux partout ou il y a des lenteurs.

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  45. muckSponge wrote on :

    Hey, I just submitted an entry for Pseutro, which was developed by me and another dev. I forgot to write the other dev’s name. It is SoapyHamHocks and you will find him listed as one of the developers.

    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/pseutro/
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/user/soapyhamhocks/

    Cheers.

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  46. ali wrote on :

    good

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  47. phaivong wrote on :

    verry good

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  48. Monceber wrote on :

    Way to go, Googzilla Firechrome, way to go. Why did you even bother creating Mozilla account? Shouldn’t you use a Google one, seeing your unnecessary love for Chrome? Can you tell us what’s the next feature you are planning to axe?

    If you ask my opinion, I think that you should axe preferences. C’mon, really? New window for preferences? And that’s just too much of options to select from. Advanced? Nah, not needed. Application? The hell? Who need that stuff?

    *Sigh* I’m disappointed.

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  49. Freedom wrote on :

    I am very disappointed with Firefox 29. Lose flexibility, only consider mobile but ignore desktop, copy Chrome, didn’t respect user, that’s really foolish, shame on you Mozilla.

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  50. Sam wrote on :

    Assignment for Firefox team ( From CEO of Google)
    “Take the best browser and UI on the planet and wreck it.”
    The team have accomplished the task with flying colors.
    Australis will now go the way of Australopithicus – extinct.

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