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A Mozillan mockery of Internet Explorer 7. Restyles the Acid3 test to resemble IE7's render.
This style is a mock imitation of Internet Explorer 8 on the Acid3 test (http://acid3.acidtests.org/). It tweaks Acid3 to somewhat resemble how IE would render it, with some minor differences.
A Mozillan mockery of Internet Explorer 9's Acid3 render (http://acid3.acidtests.org/), based on screenshots of the development build. Based on Acid3: Internet Explorer 8 Simulator.
Opera is one of the few browsers that I actually regard as being on the same tier as Firefox, due to its stellar security, performance, and standards-compliance. This (slightly humorous) Acid3 style is made in its tribute.
Forces Chromifox Companion (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/10339) to use the "Chromifox Extreme Carbon" icons instead of the default blue ones. Useful for theme integration in some cases.
If you look at Google Chrome and its twin SRWare Iron, you'll notice the menus open from the right side. Unfortunately, with the Chromifox Companion add-on (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/10339), the menus open from the more typical left side. This style sets the menu direction on Chromifox Companion from LTR to RTL, and then sets the direction of the menu contents back from RTL to LTR, resolving the problem. Enjoy! NOTE: Some people seem to have issues with Chromifox Companion 0.9.9.5, the latest version of the add-on. However, version 0.9.9 seems to work. UPDATE (02/01/2010): Fixed menu background direction on Windows by using the -moz-transform property.
Applies Linux-native icons to Chromifox Companion (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/10339) for better OS-integration.
Applies Linux-native icons to the DownThemAll! add-on (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/images/p/18836/1204274475) for better OS-integration. UPDATE (3/19/2010): * Although it's a bit late for this, the Manager button is now included in the style.
On request from Browno, I've made this style. It moves the Facebook Chat bar over to the left side of the site. UPDATE: This style is now compatible with my other Facebook userstyle, Facebook: Better(?) site layout! UPDATE (Feb 18, 2010): Minor aesthetic fix applied to the right border. UPDATE (May 24, 2010): Overdue fix restoring functionality that was lost due to subtle changes in Facebook.
Unfinished and/or disorganized iteration of Facebook: Simplicity Styling (Fx4.0-stable), which is intended to provide a more recent codebase at the possible cost of both usability and design. Once this version is stabilized, its code will be merged with Facebook: Simplicity Styling (Fx4.0-stable) again, and the process will continue. Or in other words, it's the "beta" version of Facebook: Simplicity Styling (Fx4.0-stable). Use it if you so desire. -foxhead128 NOTE: If you haven't already noticed, the stable release can be found under Facebook: Simplicity Styling (Fx4.0-stable). FONTS: You may edit the CSS code to adjust the desired fonts used; this setting can be found right under the super-section titled "/******** START OF CSS CODE ********/". Basic instructions are provided within the code itself. INTERFACE: In a two-sided approach, the Home button is now visible on both the left- and right-hand sides of the Facebook dock. Hopefully, this will improve the user-friendliness for most people. > LICENSING TERMS: "Facebook: Simplicity Styling" has been made publ