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Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Still does not work with Firefox 26. Please update this to work, as it sounds very useful.
This is cool. Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Does what it says. Nonintrusive, simple, and real.
After playing a few times, I noticed the computer does not know how to counter the ol' put an X in the corner method of winning, and after the first game, which was a draw, I've won every match--even on its turn.
I recognize that having a computer that can't lose would be frustrating, but I'd like, maybe, to have an options component to this add-on, which allows changes in difficulty (maybe an "Impossible" mode where the computer knows every trick in the book).
Otherwise, great add-on that I will be using.
Question for Jason Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Most of my computer use is on computers that wipe data, including Firefox profile data, everyday, so I carry my Firefox folder around on my flash drive, and I rely on things like the FEBE add-on to keep my preferences with me.
I'm new to Stylish, so I wanted to know if there is anyway to save styles to a file, and then install them onto Firefox manually (similar, again, to FEBE's creation of .xpi and .json files, and using Firefox's "install add-on from file" option).
This theme is great, but about the old scroll-bar... Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Thank you very much for an excellent theme. It's my favorite, and the only one I find worth using. I've been using it for about half a year now.
I wanted to comment on the scroll-bar. At first, I was upset about the transparency like everyone else; but very quickly (in less than twenty minutes) I got used to it. The very next day, I couldn't imagine FT DeepDark without it. Later, I saw another update, but this time, the opaque scroll-bar returned. I was upset about that. It was funny how I felt like resisting further updates TWICE within just a few days.
I tried to find some way to keep the transparency, and I found that you made it a style. That made me happy. Thanks. I think for anyone who didn't like the scroll-bar at first should give it a second try. Try it out for a few days. I think it is a definite improvement to the theme: the whole point is for it to be a "sleek substitute", right? The opaque bar is sort of clunky in comparison.
Anyway, I hope that in future versions of the theme, the transparent scroll-bar will again be a native functionality; this time, hopefully, forever.