[Release] Material Moon

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Re: [Release] Material Moon

Postby FranklinDM » Tue May 02, 2017 12:04 pm

Update to Material Moon: 2.8.0
  • Partially use CSS variables for parts of the theme
  • Fix duplicate learn more link
  • Cleaner looking layout for add-ons page and tabs from other devices page
  • Use and change the references to SVG for some files
  • Restore old prefpane styling (removes the excessive margins and paddings)
  • Style about:config
  • Materialize most of the controls (button, radio, checkbox, textbox)
  • Remove userstyles from tree
  • Reduction in theme package file size (-80.5kb)

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Click here or by checking for updates in the Add-ons Manager.
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Re: [Release] Material Moon

Postby FranklinDM » Mon Sep 25, 2017 9:49 am

Updates to Material Moon:
2.8.1 - PM v27.4.* only
  • Drop support for versions lower than PM 27.4
  • Use custom icons for Stylish and Greasemonkey categories
  • Add white box for update notification on add-ons manager
  • Update devtools styling
2.8.2 - PM v27.5 and above only
  • Support PM 27.5's Win10 window styling implementation
  • Minor tweaks to add-on categories (a highlight on hover) and update to sidebar style (TGS)
  • Drop support for versions lower than PM 27.5
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Releases section of the repo or by checking for updates in the Add-ons Manager.
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Re: [Release] Material Moon

Postby FranklinDM » Sat Sep 30, 2017 7:17 am

Update to Material Moon: 2.8.3
  • Remove unused urlbar progress bar styles (as of PM 27.5)
    • This causes problems with the status bar progress meter
  • (Win10) Default accent color changed to black-on-white
  • Style cleanup and changes
    • Simplify usage of CSS variables, reduce redundancy
    • Unify usage of CSS variables (somehow)
    • Improve appearance of TGS toolbar
    • Remove roundness of sides

You can update the theme by:
Clicking here or by checking for updates in the Add-ons Manager.

I think I finally got the hang of using BBCode lists. :lol:
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Re: [Release] Material Moon

Postby Piotrek Ślusarz » Sat Sep 30, 2017 8:05 am

After updating to 2.8.3, Pale Moon crash occurs at startup.
Once restored from backup to 2.8.2 the problem does not occur.
Thanks for reading.
Signature problem:
Name of the problem event: APPCRASH
Application Name: palemoon.exe
Application version: 27.5.0.6474
Application timestamp: 59c57cad
Module name with error: mozalloc.dll
Module version with error: 27.5.0.6474
Timestamp of error module: 59c57cae
Exception code: 80000003
Exception shift: 0000000000001143
Operating system version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48
Locale ID: 1045
Additional information 1: aab5
Additional information 2: aab561fb920372f2cdad8e790613d221
Additional information 3: 24f4
Additional information 4: 24f45e4f8bd670105f4a0be8133ee41e

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Re: [Release] Material Moon

Postby FranklinDM » Sat Sep 30, 2017 10:12 am

Will release an updated XPI soon. The one I used to package the XPIs used an unusual compression method.
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Re: [Release] Material Moon

Postby FranklinDM » Sat Sep 30, 2017 10:54 am

Sorry for the inconvenience caused by the earlier update, the fixed XPI is now up as v2.8.3.1.

v2.8.3 has been pulled out to prevent others from updating to this version erroneously.

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Re: [Release] Material Moon

Postby Piotrek Ślusarz » Sat Sep 30, 2017 11:53 am

Thank you and regards :)

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Re: [Release] Material Moon

Postby gracious1 » Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:20 am

Hello. I like this theme, but I notice some issues. In Ubuntu 14.04, installing MM 2.8.3.1 produced this in the menu bar:
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As you see, the menu bar has darker grey styling as some other themes (like Camimoon), which is fine, but then there is a gap above the menu bar and below the title bar with the lighter grey.

And then when you use a persona, the menu bar stays grey, the gap remains, and the text becomes doubled, like so:
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Re: [Release] Material Moon

Postby FranklinDM » Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:42 am

Thank you for reporting this bug. This will be fixed in the next release but in the meantime, can you try this test version if it resolves the problem:
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Re: [Release] Material Moon

Postby gracious1 » Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:12 pm

Installed 2.8.4a1 in Ubuntu, and it looks like this:
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The gap is fixed. :thumbup:
However, the gray title bar remains unyielding, and the double writing persists. :|
And there is a new issue, a strange fading in the Navigation Bar. As you see, the navigation buttons are almost invisible now, very hard to see. :problem:
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