Finally, it's to a point where I can release it. I began work on this theme in October, just before Firefox 2 was actually released. Yeah, it's been that long.
I'd love to hear suggestions. The antialiasing on the icons is hand-done; if you see anything that looks choppy or anything, be sure to let me know.
What, this is still for Firefox 2? Yeah, I finally think I've finished the theme for Firefox 2. Now that it's done, I'll be moving on to porting the theme for Firefox 3.
.// SPECIAL THANKS
~Centurion78- Came up with the name for the theme, and will be creating a logotype for the theme. Aronnax - Gave me tons of tips and helped me get those embossed tab titles. Ed Hume - Answered all my stoopid questions. Cameron Nicks (~Shift-Themes) - More answering of my stoupid questions.
.// INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1. Download the .jar file to a place where you can access it easily, such as the Desktop. 2. In Firefox, drag+drop the .jar file into Tools>Add-ons under the "Themes" tab. 3. The theme should begin to auto-install. 4. Once installation completes, select "Use Theme" and restart Firefox. 5. Browse in sexay style.
1.0 -Visual update: new tabs, new menus, new throbber, etc -More minor tweaks
0.75 -Now compatible with the "small icons" option -All dropmarkers for additional toolbars now visible -Toolbar buttons that open the sidebar (history, bookmarks, etc) no longer have a blue background, nor do they shift when selected -Background image added for additional toolbars
damn you Firefox, breaking useful things all the time! Update please, although I know it's A LOT of work There's some ugly skins running around the Themes section in Firefox that work for the newest version, but I want this one!
True - free projects like these always depend on how much free time the designer has that he/she can put towards development. And in my case, that's about zero free time haha. I did have a nearly-complete update for this theme for Firefox 3.6 (everything but the general icons were complete), but then came betas of Firefox 4. I dropped the project because I didn't want to release it just as Firefox 3 was dying out, and that's where we are now. Once Firefox 4 is released I may begin to try to put my free time towards making a theme (actually I'd really like to), even though Firefox 4 looks frickin' sweeet for the most part. But that'll probably be around this summer when I get a bit more time on my hands.
Just know that I'm not dead and buried - I'm still alive and kicking, just wrapped up in the relentlessness of life.