Wednesday, February 02, 2005

» Saferfox Expanded theme for Firefox

Saferfox screenshot
For those who haven't tried Mankin's Saferfox Expanded theme for Firefox just yet: it's a killer. A little Safari-alike but very much a Firefox theme on its own. To install the theme, go grab the jar file and save it to some place on your harddisk. Then, download the Firefox offline theme installer (it's a HTML page, make sure to right-click and choose "Save Link As") and save it locally as well. Then, just open that HTML page from your disk (using File > Open File) and install the Saferfox jar file. It's definately worth it :-)


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, this is excellent, thanks

Anonymous Anonymous said...

what kind of skin are you using? The three button on the top right with different colours look awesome!

Blogger Loki said...

The window decoration is Baghira, (for KDE 3) which also provides a brushed skin engine.
The latest version is available as a SUSE RPM on my website.
It has several options (and actually includes 3 similar MacOSX-like windecorations), is very configurable and fast.


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