Here is another good theme that has been made for the Firefox 2 general layout. The designer of this theme describes it as a Clean modern theme for Firefox 2. A nice alternative to the default theme since the colors are lighter and easier on the eyes. I don’t know about you, but I think I will have to agree with them on this one.
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No, this isn’t the name of some low budget action film, this is one of the coolest new themes that right now only works with Firefox 2. Here is a little more of a description from the folks who created it.
ShadowThunder’s personal touches onto a combination of la crème de la crème (the best of the best). Pretty and pleasant icons on a cool, blue background designed to be soft on the eyes.
This is a nice sample of what is to come with new and updated Firefox themes.
So you don’t like the new Firefox theme? Personally, I think it is alright – but I really don’t care that much as long as it still works. There are some out there that enjoy the old theme more, so this is perfect for them.
This theme is made for everyone who doesn’t like the new default theme of Firefox 2.0. It is not meant to revert all GUI changes in FF2.0, but rather to change the icons back and to remove skinned stuff so that the default OS look is used whenever possible.
Need a new Firefox theme? The Modern Pinball theme is one that I really like because it does not try to distract me too much. Some themes are so active it is hard to focus on the Web site I am looking at. Modern Pinball keeps things pretty without demanding my attention.
The Modern Pinball theme is designed to please the eye without being distracting, and to be usable without wasting screen real estate. It provides a consistent modern look across operating systems, including MacOS, Linux and Windows.
It is never too early to start celebrating Halloween. Heck, most of the Wal-marts out there already probably have Christmas stuff out by now. How can you bring a little wicked Halloween cheer to your browser?
The folks over at CyberNet News have posted side by side comparisons of the even newer new theme that will be used for Firefox 2.0. The only problem I have is I can’t see the difference between the themes! Is Mozilla trying to pull a fast one on us?
I looks like a lot of people either love or love to hate the new Firefox 2 Beta 2 theme. I wouldn’t say that I hate it, but I think I like the older one better. Well, if you have something to say about it, Asa Dotzler wants to hear from you.
I’m reading a wide variety of opinions on the latest iteration of the Firefox theme. Some people really like it; others, not so much. I haven’t had the time to look for opinions outside of the regular watering holes, but so far it looks like the nos are outnumbering the yeas. What’s your take on the beta 2 theme?
When it comes to elegant looking themes, none can beat the Glowy series. Think I am full of it? Just check out the screenshots and be amazed by the royalty of it all. After installing them, I feel like the rest of my computer’s applications are just servants to the king.
Now I don’t know why you would want to do it, but it is possible.
We all know someone that is just a little too comfortable with that blue “e” but maybe there is something we can do about it. People love to use themes for Firefox and you will be able to use them to make it look like an entirely different browser. You can tell from the screenshots just how realistic it looks in both the Luna theme and the Classic Windows theme. I know plenty of people that would not be able to tell a difference.
Maybe this is the way you trick those family members that are scared of Firefox into using the better browser?
No, before you ask this Firefox extension has nothing to do with librarians. Think of it as a collector of your favorite extensions. The Compact Library Extension Organizer takes all your extensions and themes and makes them into one single installable .xpi file.