This is split from bug 233461. As part of that bug I developed a theme based on *stripe but using GNOME default icons where available. Quoting Ben comments on bug 233461: >2) changes to the browser's theme buttons (those designed by Stephen Horlander) >should not be part of a theme called "GNOMEStripe" - we use the "*Stripe" name >for themes that use that specific icon set applied to a theme designed for a >given platform's l&f. >4) whether or not the changes to the browser's theme buttons as designed by >Stephen Horlander etc are a different story - more of a policy decision >relating to hosting other themes in cvs, best to talk to brendan. Can we host the theme in mozilla cvs? I think it provides a more consistent (with GNOME desktop) look to firefox and as such would be useful to GNOME based distributions.
Any progress here?
Refreshing this bug; with the next version of firefox 2.0, it seems a linux/gnome specific theme is even more needed than before.
I have stopped using Firfox during the 2.0 develpment because of some design decisions I cannot stand... but after seeing Firefox 2 on Ubuntu Edgy it really makes me wanna cry, what exactly was wrong with the old theme hand how can *this* be an improvement? Guys, have a look at the Tango project and quickly redo the icons, this looks just horrible. [Then again, native Gtk+ theming would be "way to go" here...]
There is both a nice Tango theme and Gnome theme on the Add-Ons site now: GNOME Theme: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/3814/ Tango Theme: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/1565/ I would like to see one of these become the default for Firefox 3, or even better, we pickup the native GTK icons.
Isn't this a duplicate of bug 381206?
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 11 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 381206
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