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Downloadable Chrome News

Sunday March 28th, 1999

Two news items for those interested in Mozilla's "Downloadable Chrome". First, David Hyatt has posted to news.mozilla.org his first draft at the downloadable / configurable chrome spec.

Second, Steve Morrison has announced the creation of his "XUL Tool" site. Steve's site is a repository for Mozilla themes, and soon you will be able to create your own theme via a simple HTML interface.


#23 Re:Downloadable Chrome News

by Kovu <Kovu401@netscape.net>

Tuesday March 30th, 1999 9:19 PM

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Great Waldo, so don't click the button. That's why it's there, and no, you don't need back and forth buttons, the one will be fine, and if it's on the personal toolbar, that means it can be deleted just like the Netscape AOL Instant Messenger one that comes with 4.5. Hopefully it would be non-annoying like the Netscape Mail Notification that sits in the bottom right of your taskbar now, and would just wave at you when you happened upon a site that had a Netscape registered skin/theme. If you don't want to use the themes, DELETE THE BUTTON. It is, after all, your PERSONAL taskbar.