Makes the Awesome Bar Transparent until you hover your mouse over it. * Thanks to Diago for introducing me into the realm of Transparency with Vista Transparency Theme Features: + Awesome Bar text is Transparent until it is hovered over with the mouse - or focused with key combination + Transparency can be customized to allow more or less opacity through. Works on Firefox 3.5 only Gives more Focus to Firefox 3's new Awesome Bar. Integrates with the following styles: Awesome Bar Background Color Based on Type (WOW) * Works on: - Firefox 3.5+ (LocationBar is see-thru) Changelog: 188.8.131.52 + Updated code to work on Firefox 3.5 (Shiretoko) Final 184.108.40.206 + Updated code to work on Firefox 3.1 (Shiretoko) - No longer uses -moz-opacity, it is now just opacity. + aestival, this style should now be working for you.
Allows you to add a Custom Background to the “Customize Toolbars” popup. This popup appears when you right click on the main menu – navigation toolbar, and select Customize… from the context menu. ** Idea came to me when looking at the style Customize Toolbar window - dynamic columns by the pile0nades. Thanks!! Features: + Background image will be a faded Firefox logo with shadowing + Supports a huge list of Fonts (discussed below) + Image supplied in default code is hard-coded - allowing you to view the background, even when offline! + Background image is static and is centered on the window. = Optional - Text size of the update details will be larger (must uncomment) = Optional - Bold text for easier readability (must un-comment) Fonts Supplied (Supported): - Currently, I supplied the following Fonts in the Code: 1. Segoe UI (User Interface of Vista) 2. Calibri (Text of Vista) 3. Verdana (XP Font) 4. Helvetica (XP) 5. Tahoma (XP User Interface Default Font) 6. Arial Global Font Applies to: +
Allows you to change the color and background image of the Check for Extensions (Add-ons) Updates progress bar ** Thanks to ChoGGi for the Gecko - ProgressBar. This style is a modification of Gecko - ProgressBar, allowing me to add a background image to the progress bar! Default (Supplied) Code will perform the following functions: + Progress meter itself will be a Firefox image, faded white. + Remaining progress meter area will be the color Red. Instructions: - Change the #HEX Colors in the code to change the look of your custom progress meter. - Add change the Background image in the code to add your own background to the progress meter. The background will repeat. Integrates with Styles: - Check For Updates - Colorful Progress Meter Works on: - Firefox 3 - Firefox 2 Changelog: - Initial Release
Other available themes are just not to my liking, too much bright colors, or the contrast is too high. Anyway, here it is. Hope you'll like it. ( I also use the "painted black - forms" style http://userstyles.org/styles/3865 ) 20100901: remove some white background 20100815: fix due to hotmail changes: set background-image to none to some elements 20100703: testing the new feature of userstyles.org, not sure yet if that's a good idea, I can still revert it anyway, default choice are marked(*) feel free to suggest me other colors. thanks for trying:) 20100312: updated the login page css: fixed the white background on login name
MBlue Nav-Style Statusbar Vista --------------------- Description: 1. Combine Statusbar + Findbar + Download-Statusbar in one line! 2. Gives the Statusbar the Nav-Buttons style (Vista). 3. Gives the Findbar the Nav-Buttons style (Vista). 4. Gives the Download-Statusbar the Nav-Buttons style (Vista). 5. Supports a lot of extensions. 6. Transforms "GlaZoom", "YASS", "Clear-Fields", "Find in Numbers". 7. Create a Dynamic Icon that changes aspect based on state and when hovering different type of links (*). 8. Highly customizable. 8. Changeable background colors. 9. Integrates with the other Nav-Style styles. Notes: -Using other Styles/Extensions/Themes may interfere with the Statusbar/Findbar/Download-Statusbar margins/settings. If so, try not using other styles that changes margins/settings in the Statusbar/Findbar, and use the default firefox theme. Try keeping the statusbar clean. -Some extensions may place some icons/buttons on the Statusbar left side, jus
Add to Bookmarks popup will be Transparent (until hovered over), and will have rounded edges. ** Extreme thanks to gialloporpora for Add to bookmarks Plus, upon which this is based, supported, and an addon for! * Thanks to Diago for introducing me into the realm of Transparency with Vista Transparency Theme The Add to Bookmarks Popup appears when you click the Bookmark Star on the Awesome Bar, just to the right of the Awesome Bar. This dialog also appears if you press the key combination Ctrl+D (Command+D on mac) The popup allows you to assign a tag, keyword, title, and description of the new bookmark, also allowing you to remove it. Features: + Background of the popup will be invisible (see through - transparent) + Bottom two edges will be rounded (bottom left and bottom right corners) + Background will return to opaque when the mouse is hovered over the popup (will be transparent until mouse cursor's hover event occurs) + When hovered it is still "transparent", but it is so low that it is a
Allows you to Customize the text and background image of the Update History popup. This popup appears when you go to Tools/Options, choose Advanced tab, then the Update tab, then click the Show Update History button. The "Software Update History" popup will then appear. Features: + Background image will be a faded Firefox logo with shadowing + Supports a huge list of Fonts (discussed below) + Image supplied in default code is hard-coded - allowing you to view the background, even when offline! + Background image is static and is centered on the window. = Optional - Font size of the popup will be larger (must uncomment) = Optional - Bold text for easier readability (must un-comment) Fonts Supplied (Supported): - Currently, I supplied the following Fonts in the Code: 1. Segoe UI (User Interface of Vista) 2. Calibri (Text of Vista) 3. Verdana (XP Font) 4. Helvetica (XP) 5. Tahoma (XP User Interface Default Font) 6. Arial Global Font Applies to: + Firefox (mozilla)
Firefox, tested on 2+ Have you ever clicked any scrollbar arrow button? Sure not. And how long is it that you dragged a scrollbar to scroll some content for the last time? Yes, you cannot remember, because since you use mouse wheel (or other device with similar purpose) and/or Firefox extension such a "Scrollbar Anywhere" or "Grab and Drag", scrollbars are useful only to let you know that the content is larger than its container and which part you are actually looking at. So, what about removing those arrows and making the rest of it tinier? Helpful extensions: - "Scrollbar Anywhere" extension (simple, recommended): http://pagesperso-orange.fr/marc.boullet/ext/extensions-en.html - "Grab and Drag" extension (fancy): http://grabanddrag.mozdev.org/index.html Thanks / see also / notes: - Scrollbar hidden / hide scrollbars totally (more 'radical' :] ) - Fx: Scrollbars, adjustments (this one actually inspired me) Why it didn't (?) not work in FF3: http://userstyles.org/forum/comments.php?DiscussionID=955