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I’m sure a lot of you have seen the new mockups for Firefox 4.0, and I’m sure you agree with me when I say that it looks wonderful.  Well, would you like to see how to get all of those cool new features now?  Well, with this collection of addons, you can get all of those cool new features and the brand new look.  Please note, that the exact look is determined by StrataBuddy, and most of these are needed to get this working properly.  So install away and enjoy the brand new features.

App-Tabs

This is one of the features that has been mentioned in the upcoming version of Firefox, it allows a person to shrink the size of an addon to the size of the favicon, it saves space for all of the tabs that you use regularly – for me it is Twitter and Facebook.

[Download]

Fission

For those who have used Safari, this will be familiar.  It converts the URL bar into a progress bar.

[Download]

Omnibar

Simply, this combines the URL bar and the search bar, much like that of Google Chrome, but also like the new version of Firefox.

[Download]

StrataBuddy

One of the two key apps that are used in the suite.  This is a MUST and needs to be used in conjunction with the Strata 40 theme.  I recommend the Beta version, as it has several new features.

[Download]

Strata 40

One of the two key apps that are used in the suite.  This is a MUST and needs to be used in conjunction with the the StrataBuddy addon.  I recommend the Beta verson, as it has several new features.

[Download]

Tab Progress Bar

This gives a small green line of progress at the top of each tab to reflect the state of loading.

[Download]



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