[Ext] Glasser 1.0 (Alpha)


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Harrison H.
Pretty spicy :)

Look awesome in my setup:

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Care to post how you did that?

Edit: saw the updated first post

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NienorGT

Actually, there nothing in that that as been taken from the first post other than the extension itself...

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svnO.o

This is great. I've always liked the IE7 look more than FF but use FF because its better overall IMO so this made my day =D

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Ronin Achilles

Why aren't you releasing this on AMO? Have been using it since it has been released. Haven't faced any issues so far. Its excellent!!

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darkredbbb

This is great, good job! :D

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One question though, on Vista Basic, the background of the Navigation Toolbar is black, can that be changed somehow, maybe put an image as a background too, and could there be a certain background for the active Firefox window and another one for the inactive Firefox window?

Thanks :)

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Konstanov

Now just do it for Opera.

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ranpan

Wow I have been waiting for someone to do this for so long!!!!! You are my hero! :D Looks sweet!

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DrewJW

Most impressive work.

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gigapixels
This is great, good job! :D

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One question though, on Vista Basic, the background of the Navigation Toolbar is black, can that be changed somehow, maybe put an image as a background too, and could there be a certain background for the active Firefox window and another one for the inactive Firefox window?

Thanks :)

Frankly there's no point to have this on Vista Basic without Aero, as Aero is the whole reason for this mod. If you use it without Aero it's not going to look correct, as you've seen.

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-Hiroshi-

Installed, rock solid, very stable and with the added stuff put in, it looks incredibly more polished than what Mozilla is currently offering, perhaps they should take notice and implement this into their newer builds. ;)

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xdcc

Is anyone working on making the tab bar glass as well?

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mercury7
Actually, there nothing in that that as been taken from the first post other than the extension itself...

I would also like to know how you got the tab bar so pimp looking!

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6XGate
Frankly there's no point to have this on Vista Basic without Aero, as Aero is the whole reason for this mod. If you use it without Aero it's not going to look correct, as you've seen.

I am currently working on a way to fix this issue. The solution will end up being to make the plug in apply the overlay's style sheet only when the glass is enabled. Playing games on dual-monitor systems may sometime disable the glass which may have Fx in it.

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gigapixels

Ah, yeah that's a good idea. More of a "just in case" sort of situation.

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NienorGT
I would also like to know how you got the tab bar so pimp looking!
I have actually about 15 Stylish Styles in action, and most of them are not made from me, or modded from another script so I can't just give them away.

Here few of them that are on userstyles.org:

http://userstyles.org/styles/5189

http://userstyles.org/styles/5837

http://userstyles.org/styles/5830

http://userstyles.org/styles/6555

http://userstyles.org/styles/6557

http://userstyles.org/styles/536

http://userstyles.org/styles/4684

http://userstyles.org/styles/2446

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Shannon

How can I make the Personal Menu icon in the bookmarks toolbar smaller?

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Marcel T
How can I make the Personal Menu icon in the bookmarks toolbar smaller?

Either "Customise Toolbar > Use Small Icons" or edit the Personal Toolbar's chrome JAR file (on my system located at -

C:\Users\<USER>\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\xxxxxxxx.default\extensions\CompactMenuCE@Merci.chao\chrome

Unzip the "compact-ce.jar" file there, in the skin directory replace "menu.png" with "menu-small.png", zip back up and change the extension to ".jar". You can use WinRAR to look around the JAR file and change files too.

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lordtinuviel

How can I replace the bookmark menu icon

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with this one:

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NienorGT

Let me check that, I'm not the best though.

Edit: lol, I still too n00b in making Stylish styles...

I made the button to change to the correct picture, but now, it disappear on mouse hover... :pinch:

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DreadBoat89

new issue... see below:

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this happens with the latest nightly on an encrypted and digitally signed website.

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Aaron Olive

cool finally

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6XGate

New release version 1.0.10

This version for enables and disables the Glasser styleSheet when the compositor is enabled or disabled on the OS. This will fix the black navigation and menu bar.

Any plans on making this compatible with the x64 version? Here's a link to more x64 builds:

http://www.vector64.com/WindowsBuilds.html

As for 64-bit support:

I am now using a technique in the C++ code that currently only works on 32-bit Windows programs. I plan to add 64-bit version of that code, but I am afraid that Visual Studio Express Edition won't compile 64-bit code. If anyone out there is has Visual Studio 2008, then they may be able to help with compiling and testing a 64-bit build.

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As for 64-bit support:

I am now using a technique in the C++ code that currently only works on 32-bit Windows programs. I plan to add 64-bit version of that code, but I am afraid that Visual Studio Express Edition won't compile 64-bit code. If anyone out there is has Visual Studio 2008, then they may be able to help with compiling and testing a 64-bit build.

I think I may be able to help :) I'm a narcissistic C++ programmer who is especially careful when it comes to x64 support (I also have experience with DWM APIs). If you're not going to be committing any changes to the source code I can begin porting it to x64.

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6XGate
I think I may be able to help :) I'm a narcissistic C++ programmer who is especially careful when it comes to x64 support (I also have experience with DWM APIs). If you're not going to be committing any changes to the source code I can begin porting it to x64.

You may want to wait until add code to allow the Thunk to work in 64-bit. I am still looking into that part.

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