Modern 3 and Autocomplete Test Build Available

Monday April 23rd, 2001

Asa Dotzler writes:
"For those of you who are interested in helping us test new features (or just like to get a sneak preview of things to come) there is an experimental Windows build with the new autocomplete widget and the new modern theme available at Please post theme feedback and autcomplete issues here until it is checked into the trunk."

Joe Hewitt wants to also let folks know that the new skin is only half way done, and to be gentle on him...

#89 Fake Screenshots rev1.2

by AlMalossi <>

Wednesday April 25th, 2001 12:04 AM

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I really like the idea to connect the tiny 3d line like Brendon done. Even as a webdesigner i do know that it's horribble to make such T-intersections looking good in a layout engine. It gives the impressions that the stuff in the bar is depending to each other, and not just a few widgets in a row.

I updated the stuff i made to make it more realstic

* the width is now 800px so like most of the users will see it.

* I don't prefer an darker blue in the menubar, i think that destroys the nice gradient starting in the menu through main nav bar and fading back in the bookmark bar.

* pushed the four main buttons tighter together to save some screen estage.. think that should also be possible in a layout engine.

* added the print button at the end

* realsize throbber from modern2 at the end

* the end is also pushed together

see all here: <http://www.phj.production…3_fake3_nav_menu_norm.png>

and here with the menu items (words) with more margin from Brendons image <http://www.phj.production…3_fake3_nav_menu_marg.png>

here an big screenshot with the old side tabs (sorry i had to fake the shadow so they don't look so smoth like they really are. but i think you all know how they really look like)

there is one with the navigator wheel <http://www.phj.production…ern3_fake3_with_wheel.png>

and one without <http://www.phj.production…odern3_fake3_no_wheel.png>

and the directory with the photoshop files. <>

so what you...