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Discussion in 'Windows 7 Software' started by Master Chief, Jul 20, 2009.
Check 'em out here and here.
Here's an extension that gives the all glass appearance to Firefox. I'm using it and I like it a lot. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/12181
Very nice!! Some excellent ideas...
Notice the Neowin screen looks a lot like Chrome lol. Hopefully when they release this they havent just focused on the UI improvements. Firefox just seems so slow now compared to Chrome. Here is a downloadable mockup theme of 3.7 you can install now.
If you want Firefox to look like Chrome check this out. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/10674
The download didn't work for me.
How did you go about trying to download it?
There's a checkbox that you have to click to allow it to install. It's experimental. Then there's an EULA to check too. Then when you install it you can't use any theme that adds it's own color to the window frame. I use the Kempelton Theme or it works with the default theme.
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Nice post my guitar playin buddy I love it also the one farther down about the color.
As long as I have the option to put the menu bar back on there, it'll be great.
The menu is missing on my screenshot that I posted for the All Glass extension because I also use "Personal Menus" https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/3895 I save myself a little more room for my window by using this. All the menus are in a little button on the Navigation toolbar. For the "Chromifox" theme you can also use the "Chromifox Companion" https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/10339 This adds the Chrome style menu buttons. Update: It looks like the menu buttons are already there in the new version of Chromifox.
On Win7,,, IE8 is better than FF 3.5.x On other systems, FF3.5.x is still slower than the 3.0.x versions.