We said no.
I released JS Toggle a little over a year ago and I'm proud to say that I still use it nearly every day. I created this extension because I wanted two things:
* An aesthetic that wasn't too ugly so I could tolerate the toggle button being visible in my browser menu.
There are similar extensions that are more robust (note that JS Toggle is only 4.74KiB), but I like code that strives to do only a single task without additional bells and whistles. No surprises here - just a simple, unobtrusive switch.