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Mozilla for Mac OS X

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I just downloaded Mozilla for OS X.  The latest beta version of the software.  Is it just me, or does it look a whole lot like an old Windows version of Netscape, before Netscape went pseudo Aqua?  I haven't tried it much yet, but it seems to work at least as well as Safari.  Does anyone else have any suggestions or comments about the new version of Mozilla?
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Its skinnable. The default "theme" is the OLD style which is ugly and looks exactly like an old mozilla. Go to View>Apply Theme and choose Modern instead of classic.
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by:Tommy Braas
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There is a theme named Pinstripe, available  at http://kmgerich.com/pinstripe/pinstripe.html that makes Mozilla look like a proper Mac OS X application. The Modern theme suggested by weed does make the backgound striped, but does little for the ugly icons on buttons etc.

Good luck,

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by:macmend
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I suggest you try and download the latest nightly build of Mozilla Firebird...the stand alone browser, much better in my opinion
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