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Firefox Themes / Bee3 for Firefox 2.0

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Artist's Note

Port of Gerrit V's Bee3 Safari skin to firefox. Will be updated for higher versions of Firefox if Gerrit's themes are ported to Leopard/Snow Leopard.

07/15/2007 Update: It works with Windows and OS X now. So I bumped up the version number slightly.

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Comments (6)


ummm.... those are two of the main reasons to use ff... :)

anyway, i think the look is smooth... nice job

Fri, Mar 2nd at 04:53pm (10 years ago)
sinome says:

looks very simple and clean. if i used buttons, this would be the one i used

Sat, Mar 3rd at 04:18am (10 years ago)

nice looking, but im used to FF2.0s close buttons.

however, if someone wants to use it and have FF1.5's close methods, do the following.

- open ff and browse to about:config
- search for 'browser.tabs.closeButtons'
- change the value to '3'

you now have FF1.5s close tabs :D

Sun, Mar 4th at 11:58pm (10 years ago)
wraybling says:

thanks pyro!

Sun, Apr 1st at 12:43pm (10 years ago)
wraybling says:

oh, and the skin looks good vkeios. But I agree with StriplingRz -- i definitely need the search box.

Sun, Apr 1st at 12:45pm (10 years ago)

I tried this on Firefox on Windows XP, and pretty much half of the chrome is entirely missing, leaving Firefox unusable. It was actually kind of interesting - the place where a webpage should be displayed was gone entirely, leaving me with a view of my desktop. Bits of the options window chrome were also gone, making it impossible to uninstall - I had to manually find and delete the extension. So, uh, what was there looked pretty, I guess.

Sat, Jun 16th at 02:46pm (10 years ago)

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on March 2nd, 2007


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