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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.
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.
Does exactly what it says - it moves the sidebar panel to the bottom edge of the window. Tested on Firefox 4.0b9pre and Firefox 3.6.14pre under Trisquel 4.0 LTS. It still works in Firefox 31 and above. UPDATES: 12/17/2010: * Initial release.
Custom locationbar dropmarker style. Tested on Firefox 3.6.*/Ubuntu 10.04. WARNING: Probably does not work on versions of Firefox prior to 3.6, and has not been tested on Windows and Mac yet.
After doing some research on Firefox's history, I stumbled upon the quote "Cookies are delicious delicacies," which was seen in the Preferences dialogues of very early Firefox versions. There's an add-on to put this quirky quote back in, but it hasn't been updated in ages. So I decided to make this userstyle in order to get the job done. It might be a little sloppy, depending on your system's fonts and spacing, but it works for me. NOTE: Testing done on Firefox 3.6.4/Ubuntu 10.04, using Firefox's default theme and system fonts set to "Best shapes" under Ubuntu's Appearance Preferences. Windows and Mac OS X remain untested so far. EDIT: Despite my admitted neglect for it, this userstyle still works in Firefox 4.0b10pre/Ubuntu 10.10. NOTE: The cookies thing shows up in the "Privacy" tab under Firefox's Preferences dialog, with custom settings applied to the history.