Pinstripe New Default Theme for Mozilla Firebird on Mac OS X

Sunday November 9th, 2003

The latest nightly build of Mozilla Firebird for Mac OS X now features Kevin Gerich's Pinstripe as the default theme. The skin received several enhancements in preparation for its inclusion in the standard OS X builds, including a new set of icons from Stephen Horlander. A screenshot of the new-look Pinstripe is available.

The Pinstripe theme was originally created for the Mozilla Application Suite before being ported to Firebird. The skin is designed to match the native look and feel of Mac OS X and better conform to the Aqua Human Interface Guidelines. As the theme relies on OS X's own Appearance Manager to draw some widgets and backgrounds, it is not available for Windows or Linux.

Mac OS X users can experience the new theme by downloading the latest Firebird nightly build.

#8 Re: Camino?

by erwan

Monday November 10th, 2003 1:46 AM

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Yes, I was hesitating between Galeon and Epiphany as an example. I end up thinking that Epiphany being the official web browser for Gnome, it should be compared to Safari on the mac, even if one is Gecko and the other khtml.

Galeon and Camino are for people who feel the need to have more features in their browser than the default one.