Mozilla Theme Builder!
Saturday August 26th, 2000
Alphanumerica, recently acquired by CollabNet, has released their Mozilla Theme Builder under the MPL. You can find out more, see screenshots and download the Theme Builder here. It's still in development, but it's pretty impressive, and is going to be a boon to skin developers when completed. You need an M17 build or PR2 to run the Theme Builder in its current state.
#1 Looks nice, does little.
by Brendon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Saturday August 26th, 2000 8:12 AM
Ashame hardly anything is implemented yet, though it looks very promising. Another great addition to the Mozilla project.
#2 froze my system
Saturday August 26th, 2000 12:50 PM
Wouldn't run, instead made my system hang. Oh well.
#3 Re: froze my system
Saturday August 26th, 2000 7:16 PM
You must use M17 or nspr2. There are known problems on the mac. But it should run.
If selecting Task|Theme builder doesn't work, try loading the XUL file directly in your browser. Find this in your chrome directory: packages/theme_builder/theme_builder/content/theme_builder.xul
I did this and can at least view the interface without crash. However, there is quite no functionality built in. Let's wait for the next update ;-)
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(this is a joke)
#6 Re: 0k w/0 5k!1z
Thursday August 31st, 2000 11:38 PM
Is it supposed to be funny?
#7 I think I can translate...
Friday September 1st, 2000 7:39 AM
I'm not sure, but if you look closly, you can change the numbers into letters, and this might be it:
no leet wou1d ever use this. a real haxor on1y codes in assembly language. it's a tragedy that c++ and its object- oriented llk has taken over the programming world. of course if joo are not a real haxor and donut have the skinz then it's okay.
I thought it was funny. It says:
No elite hacker wou1d ever use this. A real hacker only codes in assembly language. It's a tragedy that C++ and its object-oriented ilk has taken over the programming world. Of course, if you are not a real hacker and don't have the skills then it's okay.
#11 Re: No news this week? :( <eom>
Friday September 1st, 2000 6:36 PM
Chris Nelson doesn't have time any more.
#13 Re: No news this week? :( <eom>
Friday September 1st, 2000 11:48 PM
Hey, sometimes no news is good news. The nightly's don't looks to bad and things seem to be moving right along.
The Kmeleon project is cooking up :) check out <http://www.kmeleon.org> for a windows browser based on mozilla
#15 Re: there's news
by gerbilpower <email@example.com>
Saturday September 2nd, 2000 11:52 PM
IE look-alike ... eewww.
Plus I need an integrated mail/news program (hate OE, Eudora doesn't do news), so I'll have to wait on Moz :)
When (insert the name of the person who made K-Meleon here) made it, they were propbably thinking that most people are used to the way IE looks, so they wouldn't have to search to find where the buttons went.
#16 Re: there's news
Sunday September 3rd, 2000 1:46 AM
Why was that link not converted like the rest of the links in Mozillazine posts?
#17 Because it wasn't an URL
Sunday September 3rd, 2000 5:06 AM
Because, in the immortal words of the Mozilla Bookmarks error message, `You must enter a fully qualified URL!'.
In English, the address didn't have the h-t-t-p-:-/-/ at the front (dashes inserted here so that the link detector doesn't pick that up by mistake:-).
Monday September 4th, 2000 9:39 PM
I like the way MozillaZine looks now. There is something that could make it better though. Is it possible to add a big rotating E in the top left corner?
A rotating E? What on earth for?
"Won't run on X" in the news posting. Neither theme builder nor theme changer work with the Mac version of M17. Yet it took me a while to find this on the web site.
the link of theme builder is broken who can help me ???