Introduction to Mozilla Manual Available in Draft Form

Wednesday November 19th, 2003

Kevin Quiggle writes: "A new Introduction to Mozilla — A Manual for First Time Users is now available in draft form. This document provides an introduction to the most useful features and capabilities of Mozilla (1.5) for people who have never used it before. The author is currently seeking review and comment with a goal of completing the document by year-end."

#12 Re: Re: Re: Modern Skin

by Waldo_2

Thursday November 20th, 2003 11:39 AM

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Modern has a skin with these features that fit design "trends"... -anti-aliased images -and therefore, not so many hard lines (smaller images still have some, but that's unavoidable with pretty much any icons) -for some images a slightly off-center perspective that makes them appear more 3-D -hover states that usually consist of more color saturation, not just the addition of color

Essentially, Modern look fits in well with the newest OS look.

As to Classic being default (is it? I only use Firebird and I can't check on the computer I'm using now, but I thought Modern was default), I'd have to argue with that choice as well. I've actually never liked the old-style Netscape look, though - the purples and greens (? going off memory) that permeated the Classic interface were never something that looked even remotely good to me. (However, as I now use Firebird I don't have the interest to actually try to get any changes to any default theme, though.)