Discussion about official Mozilla Firefox builds
Yes, they should remove "Nightly" button, curved tabs doesnt look as good in fullscreen mode (I mean not F11 fullscreen, but maximized window)
I'm terrified just thinking how long it will take them to get this done for Linux if they're taking their sweet time for Windows.
The Window Control buttons are drawn by the OS. Firefox draws the titlebar and leaves a cutout for the buttons. This is the look for Vista and W7. No doubt W8 will require special compatibility hacks, if not it's own theme, that's a totally separate issue.
"They" claim Firefox doesn't draw the buttons in a bug I commented in once, and all Firefox does is basically leave a space in the titlebar for Windows to draw the buttons. But the buttons are 1px more to the right that all the other windows I have open, because the window frame seems 1px narrower.
In other words, what Patrick said.
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Australis tabs for Windows landed on UX Branch!
As usual, nothing on the mac. I don't even think there are try builds for it.
Please stop spamming this thread about OSX. NO movement will happen on OSX until work is finished on Windows and even then there are some serious issues dealing with hacking the titlebar that will probably require Mozilla dropping support for older versions of OSX before it happens.
Not bad, but I have expected more.
Or less, which is what I seem to have gotten on my 32 bit XP version. Looks very strange to have those 'separated' titles in the tab bar. You'd think the devs could have compressed non active tabs to better use the space. Oh well, it is what it is, an alpha version. Time will tell.
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Yes, but the first version of these tabs came out in June. And this is same, changes are minimal. So tell me, what they were doing since June to November, what they have changed? Maybe the fog, but sorry, fog is not work for almost 6 months.
I think tabs should be thinner, like in Thunderbird, I think it looks better.
As soon as you have more than 5 or 6 tabs they will be the same width as TB's. And you can always change the width if you don't like it.
Yes I know that, but sometimes I have only one or two tabs.
How is it possible?
I actually prefer the look of the Australis userstyle than the recent trybuild. The fog on the trybuild is too light, and diminishes the glass look. But it's still a work in progress, so maybe the final version will get it right.
I'm guessing I've adjusted to the new UI, because when I disable the userstyle and get the old UI it seems so chunky and boring in comparison. But that's just me.
Why does it matter? There's more title in the bar to read per tab all the way up until the bar gets crowded. Then it shrinks down.
Latest: Firefox/39.0 *ESR/38.1.0 - Mobile/39.0 - Thunderbird/38.1.0 - SeaMonkey/2.33.1
Nightly: Nightly/42.0 - Mobile/42.0 - Daily/42.0 - SeaMonkey/2.35a1
Sorry for my bad English. Even if there wasn't a mistake.
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