A light-weight Firefox theme for Windows 10 that doesn't suck.
Styles Firefox to look like Safari 9 from OS X Yosemite and above. In addition to the basic Safari layout, many of the main icons and animations are reproduced using embedded SVG and CSS transitions. Additionally, under OS X 10.11+, the San Francisco typeface is used in more locations than stock Firefox. ***This style was designed for Mac OS X users and currently does not work properly under Windows, Linux, etc*** Designed with Firefox 50 on a HiDPI Retina screen.
Not so WIP anymore, pretty happy with these colors now. Still not too sure what to title this though.
Dark theme for Thunderbirds main UI. If you have any issues with this style, please open a ticket at https://github.com/NiklasGollenstede/stylish
Changes the background of the Firefox menus to Aero transparency. Designed for visibility on both light and dark backgrounds.
Very Firefox, such transparent. Wow. Works well on both light and dark backgrounds! (Windows Vista or Windows 7 required) UPDATED to work on new versions of Firefox!
A darker version of the firefox start page made to match with the FT DeepDark 9.4.7 theme.
Userstyle made to turn my FT Deepdark theme(s) rounded scrollbars into squared one.
Solarized Light Firefox theme using, well, probably Solarized Light colour pallets maybe. Theme fit to suit you material flat google raping MUH MINIMALISM!! hipster faglords. 1. Any top bar items must be removed for it to look properly. 2. You can use "The Addon Bar (restored)" (firefox extension) to have your items visible on the bottom without breaking the CSS theme aesthetics. 3.Use "Customize" to drag any items to a blank area in the "Customize" firefox option. 4. Use that same menu to then drag your items to your addon bar extension 5. "ctrl + /" to toggle view/hide "Addon Bar (restored)" bar.
A bit like Gmail/Outlook look&feel, based on chrissi4u's 'CLEAN ADAPTION no1' designed for vertical message view. Note that you will have to adjust the width of the panes for the message list to display correctly AND you should arrange the columns in the following order: STARRED, ATTACHMENTS, SUBJECT, SENDER, DATE, SIZE. Or you can experiment with those. Not guaranteed to work with every window manager.