Mozilla’s prospector team testing new features for Firefox browser by continuously releasing experimental add-ons, till now they followed Chrome in minifying the UI controls and now Firefox interface can be turned into IE9 by installing OneLiner add-on (reminds you OneBar of IE9). This add-on moves the navigation bar to the tab bar, Mozilla here trying to provide more space to the webpage.
Using Oneliner Firefox add-on
Download and install OneLiner restartless add-on for Firefox browser. After installing it, the add-on combines navigation bar and tab bar into one-line. This add-on allocates small fixed size for location bar with search button and thereafter tab bar occupies the space.
Performing searches with the Search button
Those who were using search bar more often till now will find it difficult to perform a search, clicking the search button after entering query activates in-tab search in Firefox homepage with pre-filled search with selected text or query. You can use Ctrl+ K shortcut instead to activate in-tab search bar.
Location bar expands to cover back/forward buttons when they are not in use. One-line will visible even in full screen mode as it doesn’t get auto-hidden.