[Release] MacMoon

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Re: [Release] MacMoon

Unread post by LimboSlam » 2017-10-20, 18:56

Yes, the addons manager is effective greatly! I feel the sluggishness. Please get out a fix as soon as possible!

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Re: [Release] MacMoon

Unread post by Lootyhoof » 2017-11-22, 22:19

I've had a chance to look at this a bit further, and I'm not sure I can spot any major issue, to be honest, compared to behaviour in the default theme.

I've tried moving between sections (extensions -> appearance and such) and the CPU does increase slightly, to between 10-20%. Once the list is populated it returns to normal. This also occurs in the default theme, though.

Is this still a particular issue? How old and/or capable are the machines you're running on that might cause this?

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Re: [Release] MacMoon

Unread post by LimboSlam » 2017-11-23, 02:17

Lootyhoof wrote:I've had a chance to look at this a bit further, and I'm not sure I can spot any major issue, to be honest, compared to behavior in the default theme.

I've tried moving between sections (extensions -> appearance and such) and the CPU does increase slightly, to between 10-20%. Once the list is populated it returns to normal. This also occurs in the default theme, though.

Is this still a particular issue? How old and/or capable are the machines you're running on that might cause this?

Lootyhoof, have you tried installing about 15-20 add-ons? I believe this sluggishness only acts up in the add-on manger (e.g scrolling through your add-ons), if a huge amount of add-ons are installed/used in the process. As for the overall theme, it's a bit heavier on system resources, yet pretty responsive in behavior.
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Re: [Release] MacMoon

Unread post by Lootyhoof » 2017-11-23, 22:50

LimboSlam wrote:have you tried installing about 15-20 add-ons?
Yes, I have a rather large list of installed extensions (about half disabled, but still require computing power to add to the list), as well as a lot of themes. As mentioned the CPU doesn't generally go higher than 20% when switching between categories. I've also personally tested on another PC to confirm this.

It does appear to be slightly higher than default, but this theme also uses many more stylings to various widgets than default does, which generally relies on the system to do that styling instead. It would be expected to be slightly heavier on the system due to that (though not maxing out the CPU I'd hope).

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Re: [Release] MacMoon

Unread post by Lootyhoof » 2018-06-07, 21:07

MacMoon has been updated to v2.2.0.

What's new?
- add initial Pale Moon 28 support
- draw a background on Win10 to improve accent color detection
- sync statusbar styling with default
- sync devtools styling with PM27 default

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Re: [Release] MacMoon

Unread post by Lootyhoof » 2018-07-30, 20:23

MacMoon has been updated to v2.3.0.

What's new?
- add PM28 newtab styling
- add tabbrowser findbar styling
- improve about:permissions sizing
- fix disappearing titlebar in private and lwtheme modes on macOS
- fix favicon sizes in password manager

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Re: [Release] MacMoon

Unread post by Lootyhoof » 2018-08-30, 20:03

MacMoon has been updated to v2.4.0.

What's new?
- sync global stylings with Pale Moon 28
- remove redundant devtools styling
- use non-prefixed -inline syntax
- update media controls
- mark as compatible with Pale Moon 28 only

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Re: [Release] MacMoon

Unread post by Lootyhoof » 2018-12-24, 18:34

MacMoon has been updated to v2.5.0.

What's new?
- add tab audio indicators for Pale Moon 28.3.0+
- update in-browser developer tools

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Re: [Release] MacMoon

Unread post by Herb_ » 2019-07-01, 12:33

Any chance to see this available for Basilisc?
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Re: [Release] MacMoon

Unread post by Tharthan » 2019-07-01, 22:57

Off-topic:
I thought that this said McMoon!

Any intent to have a fast food-themed theme? :D

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Re: [Release] MacMoon

Unread post by Moonchild » 2019-07-02, 11:31

Off-topic:
Tharthan wrote:
2019-07-01, 22:57
Any intent to have a fast food-themed theme? :D
We'd need a hamburger menu for that first, which isn't gonna happen!
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