Thursday October 26th, 2000
The Chameleon Mozilla Theme Builder is making steady progress. A new "border" function outlines all of the elements on a toolbar for easy selection. Also, you can now change the hover, hover:active, and disabled states of all of the elements. You can see the new features at the Chameleon screenshots page, and you can download the latest builds from their installation page.
It looks fantastic, but unfortunately changing bitmaps doesn't seem to work yet, or did I miss it?
Even in this early version I am able to get rid of the stupid "arrow" thing at the left of the toolbar... but I can't get it to save the theme properly, so I can't apply it properly. Still this is a 0.2 version so it's not bad at all.
So as soon as they have a working version, and one that also supports the personalbar and menubar, I can finally eradicate those stupid, useless 'collapse toolbar' handles. Without needing to learn how to code the CSS (ok, I know CSS, but I mean, specific to Mozilla's themes) or XUL or whatever. Yay :)