Why was ANTHEM created?
I always wanted to create a FF theme but never gave it a shot till now. I probably have at least 1 idea per day about a new theme so it just boils down to how much time I can fork out to work on this and others.
The lack of originality in most themes is what drove this one. I wanted to create a set of icons that weren't just another ripoff of ones you can find on kde-look or similar "free open source icon sites". Don't get me wrong, there are many good themes out there today and we are lucky to have so many talented folks who spend their own precious time, donating work to this project.
So there is still much more detail work to do in the behind the scenes menus and panels, slowly but surely I am getting there.
What's next for ANTHEM
The menus need a good bit of work. I would like to do a complete skin for all the backgrounds in each menu and add -on panel. I also have support for 3rd party add-ons coming in the next release. So if you use an add-on and it does not show up well or look good in ANTHEM, then leave a comment on my blog (http://www.jroller.com/wesleyhales/entry/creating_a_firefox_3_theme) about it (preferably with a screen shot).
About the Developer
|User since||November 16, 2008|
|Number of add-ons developed||1 add-on|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Rated 4 out of 5 stars|
Who is wesleyhales?
I'm an open source developer for JBoss, a division of Red Hat by day, and a entrepreneur by night.