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Firefox Add-on OneLiner Combines Navigation and Tabs bars To Look Like IE 9

OneLiner is an experimental add-on by Mozilla lab, which gives more browsing space for Firefox by combining the navigation bar and tab bar into one line with a button for search. This is similar to IE9 One tab and adds more attraction to Firefox interface.

In order to combine the navigation and tabs toolbars, the location bar is given a small fixed size while the search bar is collapsed to a single button.

OneLiner is a restartless add-on and has the following features.
  1. The location bar expands to cover the back/forward buttons when not in use
  2. Clicking the search button will pre-fill the search with selected text or clipboard data
  3. Ctrl-K keyboard shortcut instantly activates the in-tab search bar
  4. Fullscreen mode keeps the one-line look that doesn’t get auto-hidden
  5. Fullscreen “back” extends to the top and left edges of the screen for easy clicks
You can download OneLiner Firefox add-on from Mozilla add-on repository [via, via]


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