Welcome to Thunderbird Add-ons.
Add extra features and styles to make Thunderbird your own.Close
Noia 2.0 eXtreme (v2.x) 2.36 Requires Restart
by Gerard D.
This is a full version of a previously (lite) theme developed by Kongkeat Kuatrakull (Kasteo) and first updated by Vadim Bodrov (in the lite version). The look is compatible with the equivalent theme for Firefox. Thanks to Kasteo for his...
About this Add-on
For recent TB versions, please use Noia 2.0 eXtreme (v3.x) : https://addons.mozilla.org/fr/thunderbird/addon/noia-20-extreme-v3x/
Noia 2 eXtreme may be installed on a computer where the Lite version for TB 1.5 is already there.
Not compatible with the "old" TB 1.0.7 or TB 1.0.8 versions. Sorry !
There is a newer version of Noia2 Theme, called v3.x. As it's a complete rewriting, this new version does not support old 1.5 TB version. Thus, update from 2.x version to 3.x is NOT automatic.
From v 2.25 : Options may be installed/validated automatically with an Option button in Themes window. (From codes found in Noia2 Extreme and Shifts themes for Firefox). As it is now, this option button does not work with TB 2.0. But, the option window is still available with a right click on the theme (always in the theme window) and the "about" submenu. To work properly, Noia must be the active theme.
But, if you wish, you call still set them manually :-) as follows :
Add these lines at the begining of your userChrome.css :
@import url("chrome://global/skin/subskin/no-zebra.css" );
To eliminate the alternance of white and blue lines in the message window. (option from Aaron Spuler's site, the smoke theme)
@import url("chrome://global/skin/subskin/noHead.css" );
This option eliminate the female head in front of the sender address in the message Header (for those who don't like her).
Option to invert the size change in taskbar.
Those next options are better for TB 2.0a
@import url("chrome://global/skin/subskin/defThrobber.css" );
To have the default theme throbber
@import url("chrome://global/skin/subskin/newThrobber.css" );
To have an other throbber