Plastik Firefox Buttons

Various KDE 1.-4. Styles

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A hack to make form buttons in Firefox look like those in the Plastik KDE style.

Note: These are based on a light colour scheme, so may look bad/out of place on your system. I blame the government.

Additional Note: You will need to edit the hover colour in userContent.css for it to fit in with your colour scheme.

To install: place in ~/.mozilla/firefox/[something]/chrome/ or ~/.phoenix/[something]/chrome/ if you are using a version before 0.9.
Last changelog:

15 years ago

0.2.1 Trivial update: text input boxes now Plastik-styled. I was going for all of the input types (radios, check boxes etc.) but moz seems to ignore these :-/ )

0.2: Hover and click effects added. With thanks to loopnine for inspiration.

0.1 Initial release.

caustiq

15 years ago

Yeah, and the button bg graphics aren't showing in firefox 1.0.

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Crusty

15 years ago

I'm running the latest Firefox, and the text fields don't look like the Plastik theme. Just to make sure, I put it in both the new .mozilla/thingy/chrome directory and the .phoenix directory, but no go.

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Tux0010

15 years ago

Great work!! Please could you also make a bluecurve version? Once again, awesome dude!!!

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gbil

16 years ago

This is just perfect. I suggest that you suggest this to the mozilla guys. (Even if you don't, I will :) ).

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nuka

16 years ago

now the buttons are plastik style, although that dosent really help much cause im not using a plastik theme in windows, but whatever.

also, what theme are you using? did you make it yourself? it looks just like mine, except there a a couple things not skinned.

http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=14669

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fubarbundy

16 years ago

Dude, it's called Plastik Firefox Buttons, and it's on kde-look.org, and you're complaining about the way it looks in Windows? :-)

I'm not using a theme - just a modified classic.jar I made, at http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=14900

Your theme is very slick, but it doesn't fit with the Plastik style :-)

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fubarbundy

16 years ago

Dude, it's called Plastik Firefox Buttons, and it's on kde-look.org, and you're complaining about the way it looks in Windows? :-)

I'm not using a theme - just a modified classic.jar I made, at http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=14900

Your theme is very slick, but it doesn't fit with the Plastik style :-)

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nuka

16 years ago

dont want to go off topic here, but how does my theme not work with plastik? (i want to know so i can improve it before i get back on kde and start using my favourite theme, plastik)

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fubarbundy

16 years ago

The tabs don't look like plastik tabs, and the location bar is rounded. Looks nice though.

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nuka

16 years ago

add these to userchrome.css

@import url("chrome://global/skin/subskin/nativetabs.css");

This option modifies the appearance of the tabs, using native tabs from the operating system rather than stylized tabs.


@import url("chrome://global/skin/subskin/square.css");

This option gets rid of the stylized round url and search bars, replacing them with the square versions that the default themes use.

in windows, i like hte default versions better theough.

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fubarbundy

16 years ago

Dude, it's called Plastik Firefox Buttons, and it's on kde-look.org, and you're complaining about the way it looks in Windows? :-)

I'm not using a theme - just a modified classic.jar I made, at http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=14900

Your theme is very slick, but it doesn't fit with the Plastik style :-)

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nuka

16 years ago

i dont have linux installed ATM so i just wanted to see how it looked like before putting it on my "things to install" list once i get linux back up.

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nuka

16 years ago

does this work in windows or is it linux-only?

anyway, im going to try it out now and ill post the results.

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na6411

16 years ago

Hey, what fonts are you using exactly, cause they look so sweet. I have AA and all that good stuff, just not the right font combination.

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fubarbundy

16 years ago

Bitstream Vera Sans (and set Proportional to Sans in Firefox too)

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loopnine

16 years ago

I have always wanted to have something like this, but I didnt know it was possible... thanks for making it :)

I hope the mozilla people make firefox import the gtk theme automatically for this. With future versions of the qt theme it would then be just perfect :)

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fubarbundy

16 years ago

Actually, moz should already do it. There's a custom moz extension called -moz-appearance that should be able to use native widgets (ie whatever gtk theme you're using) but it doesn't work on gtk.

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15 years ago

0.2.1 Trivial update: text input boxes now Plastik-styled. I was going for all of the input types (radios, check boxes etc.) but moz seems to ignore these :-/ )

0.2: Hover and click effects added. With thanks to loopnine for inspiration.

0.1 Initial release.

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