Tag Archives | minimal

Nautipolis

nautipolis review

The Nautripolis theme for Firefox is a blend of both new and old designs.  You get a mix of Areo and a mix of the Gnome art style too. In the past I have looked at this theme and didn’t really find it that functional – however, after giving it a second look I do have to say it is not that bad.

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Clean up the Add-on Manager

Think that the add-on manager in Firefox looks a little busy? Maybe there is a little too much wasted space there for your liking?  No matter what the reason is, I have an extension for you to try out that will give you a much more minimalistic add-on manager interface.

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Hide All Content Except Multimedia

Thanks to the Light Switch add-on for Firefox, you can hide any other content on the website you are looking for that is not some sort of multimedia.  Once you install and start using this extension, you can quickly "turn off the lights" when watching videos or checking out pictures too. 

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Add Tabs to the Title Bar

Tabs in Titlebar

Need more space in your Firefox toolbars and menus? If you want to eliminate some dead space in the browser, then you need the Tabs Always in Titlebar add-on for Firefox. This extension for Firefox will bump your tabs up a level – giving yourself a little more minimalistic view of your default Firefox GUI.

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Whitehart

WhitehartWhen you want a simple, small and to the point Firefox theme – you want Whitehart. Now from the name it reminds me of some brave knight that would go slay a dragon or two. Well, I guess you could think of this theme as a knight slaying the big bad Internet if you wish. The simple – yet elegant appearance makes this theme perfect for any minimalist out there.

+ Download and Install the Whitehart theme for Firefox!