Pre-Chameleon: SeaMonkey 2.36 (Firefox 39) Pre-Australis: SeaMonkey 2.25 (Firefox 28)
Firefox is currently changing styles of several Toolkit pages. Since we are inheriting pages and/or styles from Toolkit, this requires respective action on the suite/ side. Possible are: - adapt XUL/XHTML pages to match CSS style changes on Toolkit side - adapt CSS pages to match XUL/XHTML changes on Toolkit side - fork XUL/XHTML/CSS pages to retain current styling This is currently work in progress for various about: pages in the 38.0 cycle and tracked by bug 1097111 on the Firefox side. Not all about: pages are actually coming from Toolkit, thus may need individual per-page investigation. Modern /may/ be easier than Default given that it comes with its own self-contained styles, whereas Default uses more of the Toolkit pages.
(Quoting firstname.lastname@example.org from bug 1133380 comment #9) > [...] many of them are specific to Firefox so don't affect us; > about:neterror appears to be in that category. However there are some that will > affect us such as about:about, buildconfig, cache, crashes, license, rights. (Quoting rsx11m from bug 1133380 comment #10) > Add about:support to the list, [...]
It is my understanding that the changes made in bug 1189918 and bug 1190465 now enable us to fork Toolkit style pages for the classic/default theme without harming theme developers, thus I've filed bug reports for affected about: pages that I'm aware and added those as dependencies.
[Placeholder for blocking bug to be filed] While bug 1222818 (to be amended by bug 1296433 for button appearance) found a nice set of styles for this specific page, it would be good to solve the common issues (like fonts, backgrounds, button appearance, etc.) in a global override of the Toolkit styles, thus avoiding having to do this for each about:* page individually.
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