What my Pale Moon looks like

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Re: How my Pale Moon looks like

Post by win7-7 » 2014-02-13, 15:55

This is how my Pale Moon look like. Screenshots are from virtual machine with Pale Moon installed and with custom theme and not from my main Pale Moon (it has the same theme, of course).

Personally I like rounded tabs ( but not rounded tabs when done in hot dog style like those in Australis) when done in Aero style and also I use omnibar add-on. Omnibar in my option is nice add-on. I like this kind of theme with nice translucent tabs. Australis just is too much chrome like to me.

I don't like Australis because this custom theme what I use doesn't work properly with it and because it reduce customization too much and make Firefox too much chrome like. Customization is important to me and was formerly important to Firefox and Mozilla as well. Firefox doesn't need be exactly like Chrome with boring monochrome menu and hot dog tabs and reduced customizability.
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Re: How my Pale Moon looks like

Post by Jonguy30 » 2014-02-14, 08:51

Here is how mine looks like. I like the legacy/old firefox look and feel. With the menu bar, status bar etc. I hope the attachment works... looks like it did.
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Re: How my Pale Moon looks like

Post by TELVM » 2014-02-22, 13:07

I've modified a bit my Pale Moon Portable splash.jpg :) :
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Re: How my Pale Moon looks like

Post by Moonchild » 2014-05-15, 10:24

I should really make this a sticky ;)

Finally got around to doing this myself. Made a screenshot of my typical Pale Moon looks.

The browser is used in 2 different environments: desktop/workstation and netbook, with each their own setup.

Desktop (always windowed mode):
I sometimes use the classic menu, sometimes use the AppMenu (Pale Moon button)...
Desktop
Desktop
Extensions:
About:config button
About:startup
About:addons-memory
Adblock plus + Element hiding helper
Cipherfox
Fireshot
JSONview
Pale Moon Commander
Placescleaner
ShowMyPassword
SQLite Manager


Netbook (Always maximized):
Netbook
Netbook
Extensions:
Adblock plus + element hiding helper
Disable detach and tearoff tab (because I'm clumsy with the touchpad)
Element properties 8
Pale Moon Commander
Places Cleaner
Safe 1.1.2 (colors tabs depending on SSL status
WorldIP
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Re: How my Pale Moon looks like

Post by petrus » 2014-05-15, 10:50

That's very vanilla MC, I'm almost disappointed, but i guess everyone puts his pants on one leg at a time...

And until i'm done migrating to Pale Moon, my current Opera 12.00 setup, for later comparison:
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Re: How my Pale Moon looks like

Post by Night Wing » 2014-05-15, 12:32

A member sent me a private message asking me about my Pale Moon setup and also a request was made for a screenshot. I have a screenshot on Page 2 on this topic, but I have made a few slight changes since then. Below is my linux Pale Moon screenshot attachment and it's running in linux SolydX. You'll have to click on the screenshot to enlarge it and get a clearer picture.
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Linux Mint 20.1 (Ulyssa) Xfce 64 Bit with 64 Bit linux Pale Moon

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Re: How my Pale Moon looks like

Post by vayth » 2014-05-15, 13:58

Almost vanilla, with only Movable Firefox Button as noticeable add-on
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Re: How my Pale Moon looks like

Post by Serbia » 2014-05-15, 14:22

Night Wing likes cats ( folders "Cats 1" and "Cats 2")
What about fossas ? Rats like (logo Fossa Mail) ?

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Re: How my Pale Moon looks like

Post by Night Wing » 2014-05-15, 14:37

Serbia wrote:Night Wing likes cats ( folders "Cats 1" and "Cats 2")
What about fossas ? Rats like (logo Fossa Mail) ?
Off-topic:
There are 34 favorites in my Cats-1 folder and 24 favorites in my Cats-2 folder. These two folders cover many different aspects on the topics for cats (nutrition, health, breeds, etc) since I'm a cat owner.

I'm not into rats, but I'm sure my almost 17 year old male Manx breed cat is. ;)
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Re: How my Pale Moon looks like

Post by Serbia » 2014-05-15, 14:54

Yes, it is "Off-topic".
And I'm ungrateful; when my daughter sees Fossa Mail does not come near the computer ...:)

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Re: How my Pale Moon looks like

Post by jumba » 2014-05-15, 18:21

Still with my dual panel addons manager :P

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Re: How my Pale Moon looks like

Post by Supernova » 2014-05-15, 18:54

Tested it out of curiosity. It breaks my add-on page at the right with text which go beyond the screen limit...
Would also like to change a few things, but I don't get how I am supposed to edit the userstyle, given that the edit option give me no access to the CSS code. :think:

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Re: How my Pale Moon looks like

Post by Moonchild » 2014-05-15, 20:14

petrus wrote:That's very vanilla MC, I'm almost disappointed, but i guess everyone puts his pants on one leg at a time...
I find it very efficient for my workflow. I don't need a lot of bells and whistles in my GUI beyond what is there out of the box. Mind you, I also use the alltabs panel, tab dragging and multiple windows a lot, and the extension features are there but not in my front face, so there's bunch of things you don't see "in action" in a screenshot ;)
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Re: How my Pale Moon looks like

Post by silvermoonwolf74 » 2014-05-16, 14:44

Here's mine.
my pale moon
my pale moon

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Re: How my Pale Moon looks like

Post by Sarris » 2014-05-17, 13:40

Here's my latest;

Theme: Kempelton Reloaded by our own Lootyhoof.

I also run some 20 or so GM & stylish scripts

Application: Pale Moon 24.5.0 (20140419190604)
Operating System: WINNT (x86_64-msvc) (aka Widows 7 Pro x64 w/ 32 gb Ram)

Total number of items: 46 Highlight = Button Add-ons (7)

- 2 Pane Bookmarks 0.6.2013040601
- Adblock Edge 2.1.2
- Adblock Plus Pop-up Addon 0.9.1
- AddMoreTextToClipboard 2.2.0
- Advanced URL Builder 1.6.29
- BetterPrivacy 1.68
- checkCompatibility 1.3
- Classicish Add-on Manager 0.8.4
- Copy As Plain Text 1.0.9
- Customize Titlebar 0.5
- CuteButtons - Crystal SVG 0.3.6
- Disconnect 3.14.0
- Download YouTube Videos as MP4 1.7.18
- Element Hiding Helper for Adblock Plus 1.3
- Extension List Dumper 1.15.2
- Ez Sidebar 4.0.2012122902
- Flagfox 5.0.3
- Flashblock 1.5.17
- GlassMyFox 1.3.4
- Gmelius 5.7.6.1
- Google Maps 1.0.3.1275438180
- google-no-tracking-url 1.3.1
- Greasemonkey 1.15
- Menu Editor 1.2.7
- Multiple Addon Deactivator 1.7
- NoScript 2.6.8.24
- NoSquint 2.1.9
- Open In RegEdit 0.1.2.4
- OpenDownload² 3.5.1
- Organize Status Bar 0.6.5
- Pale Moon Commander 1.3.6
- Paste Email Plus 5.0
- PlacesCleaner 0.42
- Print/Print Preview 0.9
- RememberPass 1.1.2
- RightToClick 2.9.5
- Search Site 4.2
- Sidebar Bookmark Selector 3.0
- Statusbar Date() 1.5.3
- Stylish 1.4.3
- Tab Utilities 1.5.28.1
- TBO.com 1.0.3.1364987204
- Toolbar Buttons 1.0
- Weather 1.0.3.1377301667
- WFLA.com 1.0.3.1359566922
- You Tube Toolbar Button 1.0.3.1289253145
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Re: How my Pale Moon looks like

Post by Kaliri » 2014-05-17, 17:03

Off-topic:
Sarris, my apologies if this is a dumb question, but may I ask how you got the Kempelton Reloaded theme to work for you? When I visit Mozilla Add-ons, all versions of Kempelton display to me as "Not available for Firefox 24.0." The developer has a note pointing to Classic Toolbar Buttons, but I already have that extension. Just curious. Thanks!

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Re: How my Pale Moon looks like

Post by Sarris » 2014-05-17, 17:13

Not a dumb question at all sir!

Please see here: http://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=25&t=4513&p=27453&hilit=kempelton#p27453

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Re: How my Pale Moon looks like

Post by Kaliri » 2014-05-17, 17:50

I'm not a sir, but I am now comfortably using the Pale Moon version of Kempelton due to your link. Looks rather different to your set-up (okay, a lot different) due my NoUn Buttons extension, text icons, different color scheme and layout, etc., but it's the Kempelton icon set just the same. Thanks very much! And thanks to Lootyhoof for the reboot! :thumbup:

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Re: How my Pale Moon looks like

Post by Sarris » 2014-05-17, 17:54

My apologies ma'am. :oops:

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Re: How my Pale Moon looks like

Post by Kaliri » 2014-05-17, 18:01

No worries at all, and thanks again! :)

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