Mozilla Developer Day Slides for Firefox, Thunderbird and Advanced RDF Talks

Sunday March 28th, 2004

Although they have been available for several weeks, many readers are probably not aware that slides from three of the talks at the Mozilla Developer Day are now online. The Mozilla Firefox slides discuss the future of the standalone browser, while the Mozilla Thunderbird slides do much the same for the standalone email and newsgroups client. A set of slides on advanced RDF completes the trio.

#13 Re: Qute looks better on Windows

by Waldo_2

Monday March 29th, 2004 9:55 PM

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(assuming you're on Linux) And what, pray tell, is Linux-ish? Linux-ish can be any one of a million different ways; Mac and Windows have constant interfaces for which conforming designs can be made, but Linux doesn't. If the user changes the interface on either of these platforms, he will expect UI dissonance, but for Linux even the default theme may be completely wrong with whatever could be created.

That said, I think there's been some talk recently about a theme for GNOME (and possibly KDE as well - can't remember for sure).