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All-Glass Firefox v2!

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+BeLGaRaTh    43

Pity that "some addons mess it up", would have loved to have used this again, but a black fubar look just doesnt work for me :(

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lordtinuviel    0

how to fix this?

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Bioran    11

It looks great from the screenshots I've seen so far, but I keep getting this problem:

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I've tried disabling every add-on I have (except the mod, of course) and it still doesn't work. I'm using the Default Strata theme, BTW.

~ Bioran

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Tailwind    329

Nice update, but I'm also getting some graphical errors.

Floating:

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Maximised:

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Addons:

  • Adblock Filterset.G
  • Adblock Plus
  • Glasser 2.0
  • Check4Change
  • Firebug
  • Google Gears
  • Greasemonkey
  • Hide Menubar
  • Mouse Gestures Redox
  • Noscript
  • Speed dial
  • Web Developer

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SiCKX    394
there small bug i can no longer see ForcastFox weather reading :( but doesnt really matter since i can aim at the extenison and it will show me the reading

Move it here:

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I'm also having this issue. :(

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david    51
I'm also having this issue. :(

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Mine looks like that too. It's giving me a headache!

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lordtinuviel    0

I found a way to fix it! Intall this

Glass Menus: Firefox 3.1

Before installing or after it, edit this line:

margin: -20px !important

to

margin: 0px !important

enjoy!

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Ambroos    801

V2.0.2 released!

- Active tab look softened (suggested by CalumJR)

- Bookmark folder view had ugly text: fixed!

Download All-Glass Firefox V2.0.2

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Unrealistic    49

Is it supposed to go black when it's maximized? It only seems to be clear when it's windowed.

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david    51
Is it supposed to go black when it's maximized? It only seems to be clear when it's windowed.

Suppose to be clear when maxed too.

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jbarcus81    5

The look is very remarkable!! Thumbs up!! :woot:

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azz0r_wugg    1

I get blackness.

Works fine in Windows 7 though.

Edited by azz0r_wugg

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spy beef    901

nice, i like it!

Edited by s3n4te

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Kupfel    0

there seems to be a problem between this and the latest version of all in one sidebar. Glass starts 30px or something too low. That didn't happen with earlier versions of aios.. 0.7.8 was fine but now it's broken.

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Ambroos    801
there seems to be a problem between this and the latest version of all in one sidebar. Glass starts 30px or something too low. That didn't happen with earlier versions of aios.. 0.7.8 was fine but now it's broken.

Some addons do indeed break it... I'm afraid I can't do anything about it. It's the glasser javascript code that determines how far the glass should go etc and I didn't make it, and I wouldn't have a clue of how it works.. Sorry!

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Kupfel    0

Now I'm confused. I thought "fine, let's just go back to glasser plus Ambroo's Stylish script" so I installed Glasser again, installed the newest Version of aios, replaced the dwm-overlay.js, started FF and the glass started ~30px too low as well ! ... so i reverted back to an older version of aios and that didn't solve the problem either this time. I then uninstalled aios and glasser, then installed aios first and then your All-Glass 2.02 ..and now it's working.

Long story short, it seems like aios has to be installed first and then All-Glass 2.0.2 and then it'll work .. if that makes any sense at all.

I tried the same procedure on my second computer with the same effect. If All-Glass is installed before aios it gets messed up but if aios is installed first it works. Wicked !

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CPressland    176

Well it works great, until I turn twitterfox on... /sigh

My favourite extention.. gone! /cry

EDIT, oh well, just gave me an excuse to give Ada a try, EPIC twitter client seriously :D

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A.Gabri    5
PS2: GMail Notifier doesn't like this addon.

and there is a problem with Web Developer too , can you try and fix it ?

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seeya    0

mine is weird..

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MuffloN    0

If I could get GMail Notifier to work with this it would be absolutely awesome.

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ATGC    40

Ambroos, is it possible to keep the unactive window transparency the same as the active one?

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StealMySoda    8

Thanks for this. Looks nice. Was wondering why the bookmarks folder look horrible. Now it's fixed :)

mine is weird..

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Looks like your using XP.

Edited by StealMySoda

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MuffloN    0

God damn it, my fav icons aren't as tightly pressed together as before with this addon, is there a fix for this?

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MightyJordan    7,818

Nice add-on! I love the dark look when it's maximised! :)

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HungryPillow    0
If I could get GMail Notifier to work with this it would be absolutely awesome.

I 2nd this :)

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