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|User since||July 4, 2008|
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Update on my review a few days ago, pleading for updating to be compatible with FF17.Nothing changed ... but this morning, FF (17.0 on Linux Mint 13 Xfce) seems happy for Rein (5.2.1) to be activated. So I did. And it's working fine. Very odd, but I won't complain.
I wonder if anyone else has noticed the same thing?
5-stars for *great* theme. But also, note what Hitman7112 said in 13 Nov 2012 review: does not work with FF 17!!! Hopefully the update is coming soon. Thanks for this superb theme!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (5.2.1).
Yep, this is the one. Like the other reviewers, I have long used and appreciated Aardvark, and was more than disappointed that it had stopped working. I'm delighted that "SilverWav" has picked up development, and with a slightly more transparent name, too!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.1.3).
Been using this for years; love it! PLEASE PLEASE increase max version for Seamonkey to 2.3+!!
Using 1.1.1 from author's website, who gave superb support in getting things working on 9.0.4 "Jaunty".
Can now effortlessly use FF 4.0 as my default browser.
Kudos on an excellent plugin!
Very cool! Took me a few minutes to work out that I had to switch the "stop" and "refresh" icons for a better fit ... only to see that the helpful intro to the theme already alerts you to that! (Doh!)
Initially grabbed this because one of my regulars wasn't ready for 3.6, but now I've got it ... I think I'll keep it! Thanks!
We haven't given up hope! Please update this theme for FF 3.5+ -- your 10s of 1000s of fans will be deeply grateful! Thanks!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3.51).
Glad to find this as earlier versions stopped working. I agree with others: why is this *still* experimental?! I can't work out why it isn't "built in" to FF in the first place.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.4).
I love the attractive simplicity (or is it the simple elegance?) of this theme. VERY much looking forward to it being available for FF 3.5! I miss it!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3.51).
On a relatively small laptop screen, this theme maximizes viewing area. The elegant simplicity of the design is visually appealing. Nice work!