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Turn Firefox all Black and Blue with Gradient iCool

Want to get Firefox all black and blue without entering it into a no old bared street fight with Internet Explorer 7? (We all know who would win that one…) Well, you can with the Gradient iCool theme for Firefox. 

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I noticed the blog author was bragging about 4,000 downloads. Lets see if we can get him a few more thanks to FirefoxFacts.com.

The Gradient iCool theme is a dark theme based on Windows Media Player 11.  It is also the successor of Ozone Black x Blue.  To follow more information on it’s development, be sure to check out the official blog for it.  If you want to pick it up and use it yourself, get it at the Firefox Add-ons web site.

Vixpa Theme Has Vista Style is XP Feeling

The Vixpa theme for Firefox is an attempt to refresh the Windows XP-style icons with the more polished Windows Vista feeling.  Your not getting the same old icons though.  All icons have been redrawn from the ground up, with a few original icons to replace those of XP’s. 

Here you have Vixpa with the normal sized icons:

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Here you have Vixpa with the small sized icons:

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Well worth checking out if you are missing that old Windows XP look and feel.  You can download the Vixpa theme over at the Firefox Add-ons web site.

Darkest Popular Themes for Firefox 3

Browsing through some of the most popular themes out there, the dark themes always seem to hold the top spots.  So which dark themes out there are the most popular?  Here are the top ten choices people have been making.

+ Check Out the Lightest Popular Themes for Firefox 3 too!

Aero Fox – All black and blue, kind of like how I ended up after the last Internet Explorer 7 fan club meeting I attended.

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NASA Night Launch – Want to shoot off to the stars?  Well you might not be able to go to space yourself, but why should you?  Bring space to you!

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Aquatint Black Gloss – Another shinny black and blue theme with icons so glossy I can see myself in them.

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