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|User since||April 19, 2008|
|Number of add-ons developed||1 add-on|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Rated 4 out of 5 stars|
A modified iFox with Photoshop CS3 style icons
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Absolutely perfect and very functional. I wish there was an option to do it from the tab context menu and not have the button, but this is not a major issue.
I really like this addon. However, I suggest you allow the use of the native minimize/maximize/close buttons within windows. As some people (such as myself) use custom windows themes, being able to use the native buttons from these themes would make Firefox blend in a bit better with everything else on the system.
Thanks for the addon, it goes great with the Hide Menubar extension.
Not a bad theme, but it could be greatly improved if 1) The icons on the main buttons were white instead of black, 2) A lighter blue gradient were used on menus, and 3) The same shade of gray on the menus be used on the context buttons, again, instead of black.
An absolutely brilliant theme. In addition to behing perhaps the most compact theme I have come across, it is very easy on the eyes. The continuity is flawless, as everything fits together perfectly. My only gripes would be with the tiled menubar icon background (A solid gray color would be less distracting), and the color schemes when visiting https sites, as they could fit in a bit better with the theme.
Overall, it is very professional, and in my opinion should become a recommended addon.
Absolutely wonderful add-on. I only wish that it had support for forums like IPB and social networking sites like Facebook.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3).
Virtually everything is functional, but in my opinion there are some aesthetic flaws. The lines in all of the buttons are one pixel wide. I believe that if you increased that thickness, then you would solve your aliasing (the dotted line-ness) problems. This would also improve visibility. My other concern (again, a preference) is that your theme is very basic. While for the most part this is good, I think you could really improve things by having a slight white to transparent gradient overtop of your buttons when people mouse over them, as opposed to grey with a white border.