It has been a while since I changed my Firefox theme. I have been using Mostly Crystal most of the time these days, but I thought I would look around and see if I could find a different one I liked. That is when I decided to take a trip to Planet Mir and I do have to say I like what I see. This theme is different and cute. A real clean interface, and with time it might be one of the number one choices out there.
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I had this link passed to me via E-mail and I have to say things are looking really good. Once again Firefox blows the competition out of the water as far as user interfaces go. Think I don’t know what I am talking about? Go have a look for yourself and tell me I am wrong.
It has been a while since a Firefox theme shot out at me with some originality. iPox is a Mozilla Firefox theme loosely based off an iPod and Apple GUI. Now I know what you are going to say, “Yeah, so is every other theme that comes out for Firefox!” but I promise, you should give this one a shot. This theme doesn’t slap you in the face with the common Apple look. Instead it really does something different, as far as Apple inspired themes go.
Do you enjoy the theme of Flock, but don’t want to give up on your traditional Firefox browser just yet? If you find yourself in that camp, then you need Flofox Revisited. I do have to admit, that Flock’s default skin is pretty nice looking. Personally, I just didn’t ever get that into Flock as a dedicated browser though. So you know what? This theme is perfect for me.
Why is it that Firefox can let you know when there is a new version of the browser available, but will not tell you when your themes or extensions need an update? This is one flaw in the Firefox system that I hope will be worked out over time.
Till that day in time comes though, I have a Firefox extension that will solve your problems. The Update Notifier extension will let you know when it is time to update all those neat extra features you have plugged into your browser.
I want to thank Joe (sorry, no URL mentioned) for sending this link in to me. Fire up the Fox looks to create a starting point for anybody that might be new to the Firefox interface or ways of doing things. Extensions, themes, help, and more are all covered with a few examples for each. Now what I want to know is where is the link to the free Firefox Facts eBook? Fire up the Fox is a great resource and database for the little orange and blue browser that could.
With all the different Firefox themes out there, some of them have a hard time getting noticed. Today I have picked out three of my favorite runts of the litter to see if (with my help) they can get a little more fame and glory. All three are great and they all offer something unique.
If you have ever tried the Mostly Crystal Firefox theme, you know it is a work of art. I love it.
Did you know though, that There have been some extra tweaks and tips added to it? To unlock some of these hidden jewels, you’ll have to go check out CatThief’s Web site. There you will find lots of ways to make this great theme even better.
Yes, they are back and more “macish” than ever! The attack is on, and I have a few more Firefox themes that look like they came from the land of Apple computers. Once again, none of these are my number one favorite. However, they are better than the ifox themes.
There are way too many Firefox themes out there that have that “mac” look or “mac” name. Now when looking for a Firefox theme that delivers a new look, this isn’t always the best thing to find. Since there are so many “macish” themes out there though, I figured I would point out a few of the better ones.