New Modern Skin Soon
Monday April 2nd, 2001
Joe Hewitt writes:
"Mozilla will be getting a new look very soon. The Modern theme has been redesigned to be a little easier on the eyes. The new look includes a lighter shade of blue, colored toolbar button icons, and lots of other little touches. Bear with me as I land this sometime in the next week or so, as there will surely be bugs. The design is still evolving and there are likely to be frequent changes (for example, dialog buttons will not be black for long after landing)."
Joe also sent us a screenshot for you to check out, stay tuned for more info on this landing.
#32 Re: Re: What about grey?
by asa <email@example.com>
Tuesday April 3rd, 2001 11:56 AM
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Mozilla has "relatively neutral default skins" It's called Classic. Netscape is kind enough to donate a second (read 'alternate') skin to Mozilla. This gives us some variety and helps to stress test the underlying XUL and toolkit framework. Classic is still our default and is doing an increasingly better job of supporting system colors.