For the past few months (in between other theme updates) I've been experimenting with porting the Firefox 57+ (Quantum) default theme, "Photon", to Pale Moon. It's been slow but productive (as I find time generally), and I've finally something I can show for it. However, before I publish on the Add-ons Site I'd like to get a beta out to people, to see if this is the quality I'd like it to be - I've tested this pretty extensively, but a few more people with their own workflows would definitely be useful here.
Think of it as an early access.
You can grab it here: https://github.com/Lootyhoof/photonic/r ... g/v1.0.0b5
Some screenshots, for those curious:
Add-ons Manager, using Firefox 66 styling:
"Small icons" mode in this theme tries to emulate the "compact" mode of Firefox, too:
As most icons are using SVG now, users on HiDPI screens should find this a joy to use:
In true Pale Moon style, it also has tabs-on-bottom covered.
Windows 7 looks as it does in Firefox too, largely:
On Linux especially, dark GTK theme users should find this blends quite well (plus, Photon-themed notification bars):
But even light GTK theme users on Linux should find this looks great all the same:
Mac users aren't forgotten either!
Hope you enjoy it.
I'll get this on the Add-ons Site soon provided there are no major issues with this version.
I also made some userstyles for it (for use with userChrome.css or Stylem):
Windows 7 transparent tabs
"Toolbarize Menu Button" integration
Use classic loading throbber