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|Usuario desde||March 5, 2007|
|Número de complementos desarrollados||0 complementos|
|Calificación media de los complementos del desarrollador||Sin puntuar aún|
firstly- People! calm down! sure, the Bing thing isn't done as diplomatically as it should be, but unless you've taken the time to design a theme, you don't understand the effort, and trying to get some small compensation for your creative efforts is OK -- just click "Close" and Uninstall it from Add-ons.
OK - this theme shows just the right amount of 3D details without being distracting ... upon first install, however, I noticed that the menubar and the statusbar were blank white, so I copied [win\browser\]bookmark-bg.png and modified it for both the menubar.png and statusbar-bg.png ... these small mods unified the very handsome look in my FF3.6.10
thanks to Virtus for this fine work
yes- as others have mentioned, this extension really does give you good download function from media sites, including the main one, whose coding changed drastically on August 23rd ... but - I'm puzzled at to why the two program use buttons are reversed ... ("huh?" the reader might say) here's my thinking: the interesting red-green-blue ball anim (and thanks for the option to turn the anim off) implies motion, and THAT should be the button which shows us the available media files for download, NOT the microscopic little triangle! ... users with darker FF themes are put at a further disadvantage trying to find a black triangle on a dark menu bar background ... the visible user target for a function should be as easy to click as possible, and if I could find the graphic file in the .jar file, I'd make it bigger, but I can't find it ... but - getting back to my earlier observation, the primary (download) function button should be bigger than the supportive function, which just shows a list of sites ... don't get me wrong: I appreciate the work, it's just puzzling as to why the site list is even shown, since it's more a Preferences function ... I welcome commentsEsta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (2.4.1).
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