Zeline simple skin for Firefox 3

zeline2_by_Bobbyperux-simple-skin-firefox3-free-addons

Skin features:

  • More than 50 customized icons
  • Custom navigation and bookmark background menus
  • Small size for the icons displayed in the navigation menu
  • Many other changes and improvements
  • Installation:

    Download this file by pressing the Download button located in the bottom of this page.
    Rename the file you just downloaded from this page from .zip to .jar 
    Go to Tools>Add ons and click over the "theme" tab. Then drag your renamed zeline2 file to that window. Wait for installation to end. 
    Restart Firefox. You’re done.

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    Fixed several issues in Firefox 3.0.1

    • Fixed several security issues.
    • Fixed several stability issues.
    • Fixed an issue where the phishing and malware database did not update on first launch.
    • Under certain circumstances, Firefox 3.0 did not properly save the SSL certificate exceptions list.
    • Updated the internal Public Suffix list.
    • In certain cases, installing Firefox 2 in the same directory in which Firefox 3 has been installed resulted in Firefox 2 being unstable. This issue was fixed as part of Firefox 2.0.0.15.
    • Fixed an issue where, when printing a selected region of content from the middle of a page, some of the output was missing (bug 433373).
    • Fixed a Linux issues where, for users on a PPP connection (dialup or DSL) Firefox always started in "Offline" mode (bug 424626).

    Compatibility and IE8

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    In Dean’s recent Internet Explorer 8 and Acid2: A Milestone post, he highlighted our responsibility to deliver both interoperability (web pages working well across different browsers) and backwards compatibility (web pages working well across different versions of IE). We need to do both, so that IE8 continues to work with the billions of pages on the web today that already work in IE6 and IE7 but also makes the development of the next billion pages (in an interoperable way) much easier. Continuing Dean’s theme, I’d like to talk about some steps we are taking in IE8 to achieve these goals.

    Read more here