Rated 1 out of 5 stars

I guess Mozilla developers would prefer that FireFox is ugly -- breaking compatibility of Noia-Fox has left this browser back in its ugly, ugly state. Good show -- usability has never been at the top of Mozilla's list, and appearance leads to greater usability: quod erat demonstrandum. Noia, which I have used in one incarnation or another for years takes the butt-ugly out of many facets of the
FF interface, from the ugly bookmark bar to the elevator bar, from the tabs to the program interface icons. Now they are all in their butt-ugly default FireFox state again, the world is a little bit less nice with every use of the browser. Very republican!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Without Noia Fox Firefox is SOOOO UGLY! that I can not stand to use it. Please update Noia. We don't need (I don't need) any advanced features -- just the main look and feel!!!

Thanks for your consideration. It's been a number of years or versions, so many that I can't directly how long. Started with this theme when I began to use FF, and it is so much a part of it that I've been able to forgive all of FF's faults, slowness, changes that break my patterns in daily use, etc.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on ( 

Version 2.0.9 : https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/noia-fox/versions/?page=1#version-2.0.9