User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.4) Gecko/20040107 Build Identifier: Mozilla v1.6 When the preferences -> appearance -> themes option is opened in the preferences, you get two choices: - Uninstall theme - Get new themes There is neither either on the page, or in the help file to explain how themes should be installed. As it turns out, downloading the theme gzipped package and "opening it" with Mozilla triggers the install mechanism, however this isn't stated anywhere, and if you try and "download" the theme to a folder instead of "opening" it directly, you're left wondering what you must do with the file. The dialog box should include a sentence to indicate that the theme bundle must be "opened" by mozilla for it to be installed. This will make mozilla easier to use. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce:
-> Help (for a short note how to install themes)
Preferences > Appearance > Themes has been removed for SM2 and the remaining options (View menu, Add-on Manager) are already covered in Help. As far as I know the intended way for users to install new themes is using AMO (either the website or the Add-on Manager integration) and installing themes manually is discouraged (though still possible using the Install button in the Add-on Manager's Themes section). Beyond that the Add-on Manager doesn't have help integration anyway. Suggesting WONTFIX.
Not really important for 2.0
As per comment 2, was for SM1.x, so no need to fix for SM2