Add-ons like Flash and VLC and others are more obvious, and the general notion stands that “any add-on is a risk to make your online fingerprint unique”, but I'd still like to think a simple Appearance add-on might be retained internal to the code (although I know that even the window size you surf with is broadcast, and makes you stand out from the crowd. [Why on earth can't we override that window size value with a bland fake hard-coded value?)
Anyway, so specifically, will adding my favorite ~”SuperFudgeChunkPurpleMonkey”~ Appearance add-on from Mozilla.org leak to every website I visit? (Obviously I just made that name up, so don't go looking for it.)
Also – I like to customize and drag the Onion and NoScript buttons to the right side, and remove the Search bar entirely because I habitually use the URL box itself. May I assume that those three simple UI customizations are in no way exposed externally, making me a unique flower on the Internet horizon?