Pinstripe for Firefox: Now with 20% more Macintosh

This update to the stand-alone Pinstripe theme turned out to be more of a redesign than I originally intended. Stephen Horlander sent in a cool concept for the browser tabs. Check out the etched text on the inactive tabs. You’ll see some of the other details in the screenshot below. The theme has some rough edges but should be usable. As always I appreciate your feedback.

Click on the thumbnail for a full screenshot.

Install the Pinstripe Theme (requires Firefox 2.0RC1 or later on Mac OS X)

172 thoughts on “Pinstripe for Firefox: Now with 20% more Macintosh

  1. ssh tunel to the Mac inside the school firewall to access internal web servers, which I can’t connect to through the normal AppleTalk server connect to run the native Firefox.app.

  2. ssh tunel to the Mac inside the school firewall to access internal web servers, which I can’t connect to through the normal AppleTalk server connect to run the native Firefox.app

  3. WOW. After years of using crappy Firefox themes, I’ve always reverted to the default. This is by far the BEST Firefox theme for the Mac, and the way I believe Firefox was supposed to look.

    I also see you have a version for Firefox 3. I’m going to wait for the final release, but when it comes out, you can bet I’ll be installing your Proto theme for it!

    BRAVO to a job well done. The tabs are even better than Safari’s, and I can finally tell which tab I’m on. The default ones just never had enough contrast in my opinion. This theme makes it dead simple to see what tab you’re on, and is even fun to switch from tab to tab.

  4. I can ssh tunel to the Mac inside the school firewall to access internal web servers, which I can’t connect to through the normal AppleTalk server connect to run the native Firefox.app.

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