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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.

Skin Facebook to Look More Stylish

Since the recent Facebook re-design, there are not many themes or skins out there that work with it.  However, I have found one that is fully compatible and (for some) a much more pleasant viewing experience, the Vista Ultimate Skin for Facebook.

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Vista Ultimate Skin for Facebook – Want to make Facebook look a ‘bit more Vista-like?  This user style will give Facebook the look and feel of Windows Vista.

Also, if you want just the Vista-like taskbar inside of Facebook, you can pick up this user style.

Facebook Vista Taskbar

For these two user styles to work, you have to have the Stylish extension for Firefox installed.  Once you do,  be sure to check out our entire archive of Stylish tweaks and tips.  Also, if there are any Firefox Facts fans on Facebook, be sure to look me up and add me as a friend.  Have any favorite user styles you like to use with Facebook to tweak the interface? 

Why is NASA Night Launch a Popular Theme?

NASA Night Launch Tweaks I have not spent much time with the NASA Night Launch theme for Firefox, but I did always wonder, why is it the most popular and downloaded theme for Firefox?  Sure, it is a dark (and very nice looking theme), but what else is there to it?  Well, if you do a little digging – you can find several guides on how to modify the NASA Night Launch theme to fit your own needs.

Here are a few example tips and tricks:

To use these tweaks and tips for yourself, all you need to do is download the NASA Night Launch theme from the Firefox Add-ons site – and get started.

Google Chrome Themes for Firefox

Want to dress Firefox up to look like Google Chrome? 

It is ok to look at other browser’s themes from time to time.  That doesn’t mean your a cheater, it just means you like looking at new things every once in a while.  Chromiefox is a coat of “chrome” for Firefox.  Available for Windows, Linux and Mac OSX, this theme will bring you the look and feel of Chrome without having to switch browsers to get your fix.

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Here are the other flavors of Chromiefox to check out, based on the OS you use:

Chromiefox for Windows Chromiefox for Linux Chromiefox for OSX

As a word of warning, the author of the theme does say there are some compatibility issues with some third party add-ons.  So that maybe something to keep in mind. 

chrome-icon  What about having your tabs on the very top of the browser like Google Chrome?  You can get this desired effect via Userstyles.org (must also have the Stylish add-on installed).  To pick up the experimental hack, go visit:  http://userstyles.org/styles/10470 .

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.

Rein Theme for Firefox Does Monochrome Right!

Rein, which in German means “pure”, is one of the best looking simple themes I have seen in a while.  Usually the more colorful themes catch my eye the most but this one is well worth checking into.

Here is a screenshot of this awesome monochrome flavored theme:

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You could definitely say this theme was offbeat and a ‘bit different for sure.  You can pick up the Rein theme for Firefox 3 and up over at the Firefox Add-ons web site.  Also, when your there scroll down to the “advanced details” section for a few more tweaks of your own you can add to this elegant skin for Firefox.

Curacau 3 Theme for Firefox

So what happened to Curacau one and two I bet you are asking. I wish I had the answers. The third of this unknown trilogy if pretty slick looking though. Slick if you like that blue wood feeling.

Curacau 3

It kind of makes me think of a house out by the lake. Why? I have no clue. I figured that would be a lot more interesting than the theme I found last week that made me want to cry. You see I only share with you the best of the best. Curacau 3 – welcome to that exclusive club.

+ Download and Install the Curacau 3 Theme for Firefox!

Baby Blue for Firefox 2

Want another cute and kind of girlie theme for Firefox? Well, from the creators of Pink Paula comes Baby Blue! Now unlike Pink Paula, Baby Blue is a theme I think I could see myself using.

It doesn’t make me feel like I should grow a set of boobs before I can use it. (Yeah, saying that is just asking for hate mail – I know!) It is nice, clean and cute. Everything I look for in a Firefox theme.

Baby Blue Theme

+ Download and Install the Baby Blue Theme for Firefox!

Industrial Theme for Firefox

When it comes to themes for Firefox, you should know by now that I like them to be easy on the eyes and I like for them to be simple. When you mix those two needs together, you can for sure get the Industrial Firefox theme. This will give your browser a slick new look and you will love what you see.

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Icons from the Tango Desktop Project. It is a variant of the “Tango” theme for use with Novell’s Industrial look, see more details there.

Looks pretty good to me, but don’t take my word for it – try it out for yourself.

+ Downland and Install the Industrial Theme for Firefox!

myFirefox – IE7 Theme for Firefox

Now if the Looks Familiar theme makes Firefox look more like Internet Explorer 6, then what does my Firefox do? It makes your Firefox experience a little more like Internet Explorer 7.

There is no reason you shouldn’t like the IE7 theme, even if you are the biggest Firefox fan in the world. Don’t hate the player, hate the game. Now you can have the slick interface of Internet Explorer 7 with your favorite Mozilla browser under the hood. Some might say it is the best of both worlds.

+ Download and Install the myFirefox Theme for Firefox!