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Hexxya! Theme for Firefox

1237374348As the author puts it, capturing the theme of the 80’s era spirit, Hexxya! for Firefox looks to be a really unique theme that is very easy on the eyes. 

I really enjoy the simple icons and the softer use of colors in this theme for Firefox.  It all just works together very well.

Here is more about the theme from the developer:

You might notice that random arrangements of icons will not work with this theme. You will need to play around in the Customize Toolbar settings to get the icons to fit together in a manner that works, or just follow the order used in the sample screen shots for the best results. The large version has more space between the icons and is more flexible to different arrangements.

If the style of this theme looks familiar, the author of the theme also brought Slickerfox into the world.  The two don’t look exactly the same, but if you like one – I am willing to bet you will like the other.

Pick up the Hexxya! theme on the Firefox Add-ons web site.

Want a Slickerfox?

Are you searching for a unique theme that doesn’t go over the top?  Slickerfox might be your new favorite Firefox add-on then.  It promises to be slicker, simpler, smaller, flatter, fuller and foxier.  Can it live up to all that hype?

Slickerfox in Action

Here is a little more about Slickerfox from it’s creator:

There is a philosophy behind the shapes, colors and designs of all of the Slickerfox icons, which aspires to be user friendly as well as recall older Firefox designs. Simplicity and intuitive control is the overall goal of the theme. Slickerfox uses native OS Scheme settings just like the default Firefox theme, so it will follow the look of the rest of your OS.

Like what you see?  You can pick up the experimental theme, Slickerfox for Firefox from the Firefox Add-ons web site.