Closed Bug 943365 Opened 7 years ago Closed 6 years ago
Offer a simpler solution to disable lightweight themes when window is not maximized
Hi. I use GNOME3 with the Mutter window manager, which doesn't allow title bar painting, so applying for example the "Black" lightweight theme results in something not pretty at all . But when maximizing the window and hiding the title bar with Maximus , it actually looks great . So I built a set of userChrome.css rules in order to use my lightweight theme _only when maximized_ . → Does my (ugly, needs-maintenance to adapt to browser.css changes) userChrome.css  sound like something that might be fixed in another way? Do you have something else simpler to recommend? Any plans to make this "feature" easier for GNOME3 users in the scope of Australis? Note: I know my use case is extremely specific! By all means, do NOTABUG/WONTFIX it, I've been living with this kind of userChrome.css for years and am happy with it. I was just updating it for Australis, and thought that since you are working on that kind of stuff for Australis, now would be a good opportunity to ask for a better solution. Thanks!  https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/368761/bugreport/firefox-australis-userchromecss-lightthemeonlywhennotmaximized/1-lightweight-theme-and-unpainted-titlebar.png  https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/354/maximus/  https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/368761/bugreport/firefox-australis-userchromecss-lightthemeonlywhennotmaximized/2-fullscreen-lightweight-theme-and-hidden-titlebar.png  https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/368761/bugreport/firefox-australis-userchromecss-lightthemeonlywhennotmaximized/userChrome-disable-lightweight-theme-when-not-maximized.css
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