User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.1; en-US; rv:188.8.131.52pre) Gecko/20100225 MRA 5.6 (build 03278) Namoroka/3.6.2pre Firefox/3.6 Build Identifier: See Bug 523274 for details Reproducible: Always
This is the list of files in this 7zip package: communicator/bookmarks/bookmark-folder-button.png communicator/bookmarks/location-act.png communicator/bookmarks/location-dis.png communicator/bookmarks/location-hov.png communicator/bookmarks/location.png communicator/directory/file.png communicator/directory/folder-clsd.png communicator/directory/folder-open.png communicator/profile/migrate.png communicator/profile/profileicon-large.png communicator/search/category.png communicator/search/result.png communicator/sidebar/sbtab-twisty-open.png communicator/sidebar/sbtab-twisty.png communicator/toolbar/tbgrip-arrow-clps.png communicator/toolbar/tbgrip-arrow.png communicator/toolbar/tbgrip-texture.png
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
I can't view any of the files in attachment 429083 [details] with the latest version of 7-zip (4.65). I can extract them, but they all seem to be corrupt.
Please use the latest beta version (9.10) ;)
I'm not sure 7-zip is available on mac - it seems to be windows-only (?). Would you mind attaching the files in some other compression format?
repacked as normal zip.
1) Please leave out the bookmarks icons, the rewrite in bug 498596 is removing all the old ones anyhow. 2) Have you checked that all the icons are actually _used_ in our code/themes? 3) If this should ever land, we'll need it in the form of a patch and get review from Neil.
What is the copyright licence for these icons? If they aren't MPLv2 we can't use them.
> What is the copyright licence for these icons? If they aren't MPLv2 we can't use them. OK after googling a bit. Strata was the code name for the Firefox 3 Windows theme. http://mozillalinks.org/2008/05/firefox-3-tango-strata-firelight/ "Still under intensive polishing, the Firefox 3 themes now have names: Tango, Strata and Firelight, for the Linux, Windows and Mac OS X operating systems, respectively"
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