Certain sites have Extended Validation certificates. On top of the normal lock symbol, Firefox also shows the Organization name next to the lock symbol in green text. This gives users a nice, warm, fuzzy feeling knowing that nothing can happen to them *cough* heartbleed *cough*.
However, this text can take up a fair amount of space, eating into the URL. I don't always run Firefox maximized, and it looks very crowded when the extended validation text cuts off half of the previously available URL space or more.
Is there a setting in about:config that can be set to disable the text from showing? That is, make firefox treat Level 3 SSL certificates as the same as Level 1.
Note: this screenshot is from Nightly, so it may just be a bug that the EV text overlaps all of the URL and part of the search bar. But even still, I want to be able to hide the text, not fix a bug.