User-Agent: Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X Mach-O; en-US; rv:1.7b) Gecko/20040225 Camino/0.7+ Recent builds of Camino suffer from the same problem as Firefox - the design of the navigation buttons is inconsistent with both the design of Cocoa buttons in Mac OS X applications, as well as inconsistent with the appearance of other toolbar buttons. For example, the Previous/Next/Reload/Stop buttons are uninteresting, black-and-white arrow-or-cross-surrounded-by-black-square buttons, while the Manage Bookmarks, New Tab and Send Link buttons are colorful and are not bounded by a square box. The latter ones are also more consistent with the appearance of Cocoa applications. Compare the navigation buttons with buttons found in other Aqua "White" applications, such as Mail, Sherlock, Disk Utility and even Camino's own Preferences window. It seems like Camino is trying to copy Safari's navigation buttons, however the difference is that Safari uses the "Metal" appearance, and like iTunes, Address Book and other Metal applications, uses simpler widgets so as not to compete with the metal window appearance. On the Aqua "white" background, these buttons look boring and inconsistent with the other buttons that can (and are by default - the Bookmarks button appears on the right of the default toolbar) be added to the toolbar. The new Camino (and Firefox) nav buttons do not look more Mac OS X-like than those previously used, and in fact look more out=of-place because of the colorful revisions to the other icons, such as those in the Preferences window. Granted, Camino's are less unattractive than Firefox's (the Stop button is just awful), but they look just plain wrong. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Open Camino 2. Click View > Customize Toolbar 3. Drag the Send Link and New Tab icons to the toolbar 4. Click OK Actual Results: Got a toolbar full of buttons with inconsistent appearance. Expected Results: Buttons that look consistent and use actual Mac OS X appearance, suitable for the rest of the look-and-feel of the application (ie: those nav buttons are only suitable for the metal look).
we look like the finder and keynote as well, they use a combo of square buttons and non-buttons on toolbars. thanks for your feedback.