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nice style for my my ubuntu faience+australis firefox setup
This appears to be simply ported from a Windows development. It has that big, empty space above the URL field where Windows needs to put a menu bar. In Mac OS, applications windows don't use that space so it is now wasted real estate. Come on, dude! clean up the huge, empty space so it looks sleek in Mac OS.
i'm using mac osx 10.4 and when i click on the 'add to seamonkey' button i get an error 'install script not found'
would like to try this theme though
This theme is awesome (and much appreciated) and I plan to continue using it, in spite of this minor flaw which admittedly won't affect most people:
On my (1920 x 1200) display, I get a white horizontal gap at the bottom of my screen where it appears the gradient background graphic just isn't quite tall enough.
The 43 to 92 pixel vertical gap (depending on whether I'm in fullscreen mode) appears whenever I open a link in a new tab (just before the page actually loads) and whenever I open my bookmarks pane (Ctrl-B).
Like I said, I realize this issue won't affect most people but I thought I'd mention it, in hopes the author might consider doing something about it, in future updates.
Either way, I sincerely appreciate this excellent theme.
When Safari for Windows was released, I almost switched over just for its appearance - but Firefox's flexibility won out. Enter Gradient Gray. :-) Love the attention to detail, and hope to see some updates in the future.
On my Mac, this looks great except for one glaring flaw. The developer left a huge empty space above the address bar that would be used by Windows for the "application menu bar" but, of course, there is no application menu bar within individual windows on a Mac so it leaves this empty real estate wasted.