[Release] Kempelton Reloaded

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Re: [Release] Kempelton Reloaded v4.8.0

Postby Lootyhoof » Wed Jun 29, 2016 11:26 pm

Kempelton Reloaded has been updated to v4.8.0.

What's new?
- titlebar colourisation for Windows 10
- use dark window frame detection on Windows 8/10
- refactor media controls for Pale Moon 26.3
- use unified close button icons
- use dark toolbar detection in Pale Moon 26.3 to detect dark system themes

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Re: [Release] Kempelton Reloaded

Postby Lootyhoof » Sun Oct 09, 2016 9:21 pm

Kempelton Reloaded has been updated to v4.9.0.

What's new?
- PM27: add statusbar styling
- PM27: add styling for downloads panel components
- PM27: style devtools
- improve appearance of about:

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Re: [Release] Kempelton Reloaded

Postby Lootyhoof » Tue Dec 06, 2016 8:25 pm

Kempelton Reloaded has been updated to v4.10.0. This adds support for the Pale Moon 27 developer tools (the built-in tools, not the extension).

Pale Moon 26 support has been removed from this release.

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Re: [Release] Kempelton Reloaded

Postby Lootyhoof » Tue Mar 07, 2017 9:43 pm

Kempelton Reloaded has been updated to v4.10.1.

What's new?
- sync devtools styling with default
- allow extensions to style their own toolbarbutton-badge
- remove redundant social API components
- provide new icons for updater
- sync updater styling with default
- improve tabpanels appearance

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Re: [Release] Kempelton Reloaded

Postby Lootyhoof » Tue Jun 06, 2017 2:32 pm

Kempelton Reloaded has been updated to v4.11.0.

What's new?
- sync about:support styling with default
- sync about:permissions styling with default
- add image document favicon when viewing standalone images
- fix "learn more" links in notification popups
- add about:home styling for Home Styler

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Re: [Release] Kempelton Reloaded

Postby Lootyhoof » Sun Jul 16, 2017 9:06 pm

I'm very happy to announce that Kempelton Reloaded has been updated to v5.0.0! After working on this theme since 2011 or so I finally found time to work on a major version (my initial work was v4.0, a port of Kempelton 3). :D

In this version, the appmenu on Windows has been redesigned to look a lot more like the window controls on Windows 7 (though it does still look quite nice on later Windows versions, personally):

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In addition, all of the toolbar icons have been completely re-drawn from their source vectors, so that Kempelton Reloaded plays a lot nicer with HiDPI displays (though not problem-free...but the icons aren't blurred now)!

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Users on Linux will also find that Kempelton behaves better, especially with regards to the menubar, as it now uses native menubar styling from the current GTK theme.

In addition to this, several tweaks have been made all around, to (hopefully!) improve the overall experience.

What's new?
- redesign appmenu on Windows and Linux
- add HiDPI-capable toolbar images
- add new hover/click/disabled states for all icons (including most extension icons)
- make sure back/forward dropmarker shows as disabled when disabled
- refactor tab styling
- improve tabsintitlebar styling for tabs
- improve platform stylings for Windows and Linux
- add basic CSS variable support for increased customisation
- fix navigation button padding in about:addons to match the places window
- sync devtools styling with default
- cleanup of redundant code


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