Maybe you should be more a little specific, and use a little better grammar. That way, we can understand the problem.
As far as I know, Firefox doesn't have any conflicts with visual styles except for a few rare, minor display glitches. I'm betting it's a site you're visiting that's causing the Firefox window to "shake."
That could mean just about a million things. Somehow, I get the feeling you aren't advanced enough to be using different shells, so I'm going to assume that you're talking about visual styles. Which visual style are you using?
"some themes make my firefox like, shake"
Which themes? And please, explain this "shaking" behavior a little better. Is it spontaneous? Does it happen when you click on a certain button or buttons? Like I said, specifics.
And I still think it's a site you're visiting that's causing Firefox to "shake."
I have had the same problem with shaking. I've tried multiple styles(at least 10). When I disable Style XP and go to the same site (Google for instance) it stops. the minute I enable any visual style and open up firefox it happens again. I can definitely say it is not specific websites. It's some sort of conflict or incompatibility between the software.
I found a simple solution for this shaking problem everyone! If anyone gets this again, all you have to do is open Firefox and go to the "View" menu. Go to toolbars and disable the "Bookmarks" toolbar. All shaking stops! Anyone tell me if this doesn't work, but it worked immediatetly for me. I found out by accident when i went fullscreen cuz the shaking stopped, so i disabled this toolbar and it stopped. Good luck and keep on skinning! By the way, i recommed getting the Panther style in Syle XP and getting the program ObjectDock. It makes windows look like a mac, just beautiful and if you want you can get a widget program (I have Yahoo Widgets) so you have basically Mac functionality with crappy windows behind the scenes. Still looks good though!
smells45: this did the job for me brilliantly, at least so far. Panther and XPMC themes both caused shaking (though CodeOpus did not). The few things I was able to do to get the shake to reproduce on most any site (resizing browser, show the Find bar) no longer cause the shake to reproduce. Dunno what is the root cause and frankly don't care. On to making this beast look like a Mac!!!