Shinebright skin Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Could you look into supporting the Shine Bright skin? It's working just fine with V4 tab with Pale Moon 12.3 but with Firefox 15 the edges of the tabs aren't getting made transparent. Thanks.
Not quite what I had in mind.. A picture might help.
This appearance is what I'm hoping to maintain.
GMF is for default theme only, but you can use this Stylish css code and make GMFs tabs compatible with Shine Bright skin.
-moz-border-image: none !important;
border-radius: 2px !important;
text-shadow: none !important;
margin-right: 2px !important;
Now almost all of GMFs tab settings should look fine using Shine Bright theme, but I have a question: Why using a theme and GMF together? Making all toolbars transparent doesn't keep much of themes appearance, does it?
I see what you mean, but I cannot fix this. Tabs got corrupted on "Shine Bright" somewhere between FF14 and FF15.
The author needs to fix his tabs for FF15+, because they are acting weird and look broken on FF15+, even without other extensions installed.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
The tab displaces a pixel vertically when you enable any Glass with tab variations option with the Australis theme.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (18.104.22.168-signed).
Hi, take a look at the latest v1.1.2pre1 (-> versions page)
I also added three experimental tab variations for Australis themes, so tabs can get a glassy (non-curved) appearance. This should work with Australis and Australis redesigned 3 Alpha. Maybe it will work too once curved tabs enter default FF builds like already happened on Thunderbird nightlys.
Btw. why using GMF and Australis at once? GMF is indeed an extension but mainly acts like a theme.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Loving this, can we please get a transparent loading bar for display in the address bar? The scroll bar would be neat too, thanks for this!
*Using Status-4-Evar but it doesn't allow transparency. I think it would really polish the theme up a bit, thanks for the reply.
You are using "status-4-evar"-extension to get the transparent loading, right? I will take a look at this...
It is not possible to modify main window scrollbars from a bootstrapped (restartless) extension like GMF. But with "NewScrollbars" ( https://addons.mozilla.org/addon/noiascrollbars/versions/ ) you can set semitransparent default scrollbars (v1.0.3pre4+).