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Please quit breaking Firefox 3 Theme for Firefox 4+ Reloaded every time you up-version FF... I *hate* the bland theme that is now your default.

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  • 最近回覆由 85rx-7se

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I'm sick of every update to Firefox breaking the "Firefox 3 Theme for Firefox 4+" add-on, and now the "Firefox 3 Theme for Firefox 4+ Reloaded" add-on. I hate the new boring, monochrome theme that was introduced years ago, and have always replaced it with the more usable and colorful theme from FF3, but virtually every time you up-version FF, it breaks the theme. I'm obviously not alone in this opinion, or no one would have bothered to create and attempt to maintain these themes over the years.

Can you please either re-incorporate this theme as an officially supported option into the core product, or just quit breaking the add-ons that people have graciously created for those of us who like the older look and feel. I have not bothered to update to FF26 or 27 because of this, and am sick of having to hack xpi files to fake out the supported version range every time your release number increments break some theme or add-on that I rely on.

Thanks!

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You'll just love the new Australis theme coming in Firefox 29 at the end of April.

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it is very frustrating - but it is pretty obvious that all the Mozilla team cares about is sabotaging Firefox to appease their Google overlords and basically just copy everything from Chrome and leave Firefox users with a broken, overly-complex mess that is unusable and unable to be customized in any meaningful way - unless you install so many add-ons, themes, tweaks and extensions that it renders it unusable

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I agree, Mozilla needs to stop messing up the themes. Let the programmers install the Fire 3 Theme for those of us that want it. And they can leave their insane default theme for those idiots that like a bland, colorless look. But give the users a choice and don't try to tell me or anyone else that you can not do it or that it has to be "their way" .. That is a sure way to alienate people from your product. It obviously can be fixed without compromising the so called better security of the new Firefox.