gryfon

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Name gryfon
User since January 22, 2008
Number of add-ons developed 0 add-ons
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My Reviews

Folderpane Tools

Latest version does not work Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Does not work. v 0.0.5.1, TB 3.0.4 for Mac

Installs. Select Preferences in Add-ons and gets the following message:

XML Parsing Error: undefined entity
Location: chrome://folderpane/content/folderpanePref.xul
Line Number 255, Column 19:

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.0.5.1). 

Firefox Classic

Battle of the Classic (FF2) Themes Rated 4 out of 5 stars

I've been looking for a better browser theme since upgrading to FF3. I've found two that do a credible job of restoring the look and feel of FF2 to FF3.

The first is Firefox Classic. Very much the same look and feel, except that it uses the navigation button from FF3. I'd rate it a five, except it doesn't run under Mac OS X.

That is where the second of these two, Classic Firefox 2.0 Extended checks in. Again, the same look and feel of FF2, and this one doesn't use the navigation button. Again I'd rate it a five, except the vertical scroll bar on the right side is extremely difficult to see, as is the toolbar separator (on the Mac)

Summary - If you liked the look and feel of FF2, and don't like the default themes of FF3, these are the themes for you. If you're a Mac user, then you can only use Classic Firefox 2.0 Extended, and for Windows, take your pick.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3). 

Classic Firefox 2.0 Extended

Battle of the Classic (FF2) Themes Rated 4 out of 5 stars

I've been looking for a better browser theme since upgrading to FF3. I've found two that do a credible job of restoring the look and feel of FF2 to FF3.

The first is Firefox Classic. Very much the same look and feel, except that it uses the navigation button from FF3. I'd rate it a five, except it doesn't run under Mac OS X.

That is where the second of these two, Classic Firefox 2.0 Extended checks in. Again, the same look and feel of FF2, and this one doesn't use the navigation button. Again I'd rate it a five, except the vertical scroll bar on the right side is extremely difficult to see, as is the toolbar separator (on the Mac)

Summary - If you liked the look and feel of FF2, and don't like the default themes of FF3, these are the themes for you. If you're a Mac user, then you can only use Classic Firefox 2.0 Extended, and for Windows, take your pick.