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Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Dynamically Resizing Search Bar in Firefox

A lot of users of Firefox 2 have complained about the size of the searchbar. It's a lot wider than in previous versions, taking up more screen real estate. With the Searchbar Autosizer extension, you can set the minimum and maximum width of the searchbar. What's more, it'll dynamically resize the searchbar so if there isn't any text in the searchbox, it'll shrink and take up a small amount of space. Once you start typing, however, it'll expand to give you more room.

Another interesting feature is that once you submit a search, the text in the searchbox will automatically be cleared so the searchbar collapses after every search.

Searchbar Autosizer [via CyberNet]


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