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Re: [Release] Australium

Posted: 2017-11-17, 10:18
by Andhika24kd
Hello LootyHoof, it seems that i found 2 (minor) bugs on your theme, Australium. The first is Pale Moon title (before the website title) goes too close to the Pale Moon dropdown menu when Pale Moon is not maximized. And the second is when i hover my cursor to some extensions like uBlock Origin, it will show some empty space inside the box (see the attachment if you dont understand). Tested on Pale Moon v27.6.1 under Windows 10

Re: [Release] Australium

Posted: 2017-11-17, 10:21
by Andhika24kd
Ups.. Sorry, this is the attachment of my previous reply

Re: [Release] Australium

Posted: 2017-11-18, 19:05
by Lootyhoof
Andhika24kd wrote:Pale Moon title (before the website title) goes too close to the Pale Moon dropdown menu when Pale Moon is not maximized.
Can't confirm this. Are you using any other extensions or stylings? If so please disable and try again.

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Andhika24kd wrote:when i hover my cursor to some extensions like uBlock Origin, it will show some empty space inside the box
This is actually inherited from Australis code, so I suppose in that sense it's "as-intended". This is because of the way the uBO button is created, as it also creates an (invisible) dropmarker to signify it's a menu icon, which is why we add the extra space at the end of it.

You can work around this by placing the button in the statusbar instead.

Re: [Release] Australium

Posted: 2017-11-18, 22:15
by Lootyhoof
LimboSlam wrote:Has the margins been fixed for the exit button?

Thanks again for the release! :thumbup:
I finally got round to doing this, sorry for the delay. I've released v4.0.2.

What's new?
- improve click-to-play plugin notification popup appearance
- use more theme-native RSS icon in subscription window
- preserve add-on bar close button in text mode

Re: [Release] Australium

Posted: 2018-06-07, 21:10
by Lootyhoof
Australium has been updated to v4.1.0! In this release, we add Pale Moon 28 support, in addition to syncing the theme in general with Basilisk's default theme. This mostly has an effect on Windows 10, which now has coloured titlebars. :thumbup:

I've also released a userstyle to integrate better with the Toolbarize Menu Button extension, which you can get here. It really makes Australium look the part:
Image
What's new?
- add initial Pale Moon 28 support
- sync Windows 10 titlebar styling with Basilisk
- fix tab curve appearance in in HiDPI
- improve tab alignment

Re: [Release] Australium

Posted: 2018-06-08, 02:04
by José Labán
There are weird lines over the tabs with this update. I'm in Pale Moon 27.9.2 x64 in Win 10.

https://imgur.com/mYJvkZa

Also, the download icon dissapears after downloading something. This problem has been there since a long time ago. There are two downloading icons, but I don't know the name in English of the one I'm using, maybe is "Download status".

Re: [Release] Australium

Posted: 2018-06-08, 05:39
by LimboSlam
Yes, I too am seeing these weird lines.
Lines.jpg

Re: [Release] Australium

Posted: 2018-06-08, 06:12
by SpockFan02
Huh... The other day, without a theme on Basilisk, I was seeing tiny little bumps on the tops of tabs in those positions (but not on Firefox). Weird.

Also since this is the Australium thread, obligatory: You made a really nice theme Lootyhoof, I don't use it all the time but it's quite good.

Re: [Release] Australium

Posted: 2018-06-08, 18:43
by Lootyhoof
Australium has been updated to v4.1.1.

What's new?
- fix tab curves in PM27

Re: [Release] Australium

Posted: 2018-06-08, 18:52
by José Labán
Thank you. It's fixed now. Just the problem with the Download Satus icon linger.

Re: [Release] Australium

Posted: 2018-06-08, 19:26
by Lootyhoof
Whoops, sorry about that. Australium v4.1.2 is now live.

What's new?
- fix download status icon appearance
- improve download icon appearance in bright text toolbars

Re: [Release] Australium

Posted: 2018-06-09, 02:00
by José Labán
Now it works just perfect. Thank you very much.

Re: [Release] Australium

Posted: 2018-06-09, 12:01
by jaun123
Hi there,

maybe a stupid question: How can I get back the grey titlebar?

Thanks!

Re: [Release] Australium

Posted: 2018-06-09, 12:35
by Lootyhoof
jaun123 wrote:Hi there,

maybe a stupid question: How can I get back the grey titlebar?

Thanks!
Try this, in either userChrome.css or Stylish:

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:root {
  --titlebar-text-color: black !important;
}

#main-window:not(:-moz-lwtheme) {
  background-color: hsl(0, 0%, 78%) !important;
}

#titlebar-min:not(:-moz-lwtheme) {
  list-style-image: url(chrome://browser/skin/caption-buttons.svg#minimize);
}

#titlebar-max:not(:-moz-lwtheme) {
  list-style-image: url(chrome://browser/skin/caption-buttons.svg#maximize);
}

#main-window[sizemode="maximized"] #titlebar-max:not(:-moz-lwtheme) {
  list-style-image: url(chrome://browser/skin/caption-buttons.svg#restore);
}

#titlebar-close:not(:-moz-lwtheme):not(:hover) {
  list-style-image: url(chrome://browser/skin/caption-buttons.svg#close);
}

.titlebar-button:not(#titlebar-close):not(:-moz-lwtheme):hover {
  background-color: hsla(0, 0%, 0%, .17) !important;
}

.titlebar-button:not(#titlebar-close):not(:-moz-lwtheme):hover:active {
  background-color: hsla(0, 0%, 0%, .27) !important;
  transition: none;
}

Re: [Release] Australium

Posted: 2018-06-10, 08:27
by LimboSlam
Is it just me, or is there a part of the go back button that is sticking out a little too much?
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Re: [Release] Australium

Posted: 2018-06-15, 06:39
by fatboy
Good Day LootyHoof,

The Australium theme, on Windows, is a thing of Beauty! But on Linux it's less so. Why is this the case?
I am particularly interested to hear if it's possible to get the same "close buttons" on Linux than you have on Windows?

Below is a pic of how it looks on WIndows. Would it be possible to get the same look on Linux?
Australium_Theme.JPG

Re: [Release] Australium

Posted: 2018-06-16, 22:19
by Lootyhoof
Australium has been updated to v4.1.3.

What's new?
- improve unified back/forward/urlbar appearance
- improve tabs-on-bottom styling on Windows 7
- Linux: fix tab margins
fatboy wrote:I am particularly interested to hear if it's possible to get the same "close buttons" on Linux than you have on Windows?
Try this CSS, in either userChrome.css, Stylish, or Stylem:

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.close-icon {
  list-style-image: url(data:image/png;base64,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);
  -moz-image-region: rect(0, 20px, 20px, 0);
}

.close-icon:hover {
  -moz-image-region: rect(0, 40px, 20px, 20px);
}

.close-icon:hover:active {
  -moz-image-region: rect(0, 60px, 20px, 40px);
}

.close-icon > .button-icon,
.close-icon > .button-box > .button-icon,
.close-icon > .toolbarbutton-icon {
  width: 20px;
}

@media (min-resolution: 1.1dppx) {
  .close-icon {
    list-style-image: url(data:image/png;base64,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);
    -moz-image-region: rect(0, 40px, 40px, 0);
  }

  .close-icon:hover {
    -moz-image-region: rect(0, 80px, 40px, 40px);
  }

  .close-icon:hover:active {
    -moz-image-region: rect(0, 120px, 40px, 80px);
  }
}

@media not all and (min-resolution: 1.1dppx) {
  .tab-close-button:-moz-lwtheme-brighttext,
  #TabsToolbar[brighttext] .tab-close-button:not([selected="true"]) {
    list-style-image: url(data:image/png;base64,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);
  }
}

@media (min-resolution: 1.1dppx) {
  .tab-close-button:-moz-lwtheme-brighttext,
  #TabsToolbar[brighttext] .tab-close-button:not([selected="true"]) {
    list-style-image: url(data:image/png;base64,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);
  }
}
This actually should work in any theme (including default), for anyone that's interested. ;)

Re: [Release] Australium

Posted: 2018-06-19, 08:12
by fatboy
Lootyhoof wrote:Australium has been updated to v4.1.3.

What's new?
- improve unified back/forward/urlbar appearance
- improve tabs-on-bottom styling on Windows 7
- Linux: fix tab margins

This actually should work in any theme (including default), for anyone that's interested. ;)
Awesome! Thank you so much LootyHoof! Champion! Will have a look at my Linux PM and Basilisk tonight.

Re: [Release] Australium

Posted: 2018-06-20, 01:57
by fatboy
Good Day LootyHoof,

I have created userChrome.css file in /home/user/.moonchild productions/pale moon/h0h89k2i.default/chrome/userChrome.css, but my australim still looks like it did before the tweak. I can see a slight difference in the default theme, but the close buttons still look the same.
palemoon_theme.png
My question is, can one make the Linux theme look like the Windows theme (in particular, the close buttons)?

Re: [Release] Australium

Posted: 2018-06-20, 08:03
by LimboSlam
Hey LootyHoof, is there a way to make the download button more visible when starting a download or when it completes? Such as the green flash you get with the default theme. It's kinda irritating as the whole family finds it hard to identify, or even as a reminder that they did download something.

Not visible, IMHO.
Non-Visible Download Button.jpg
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After a download complets, this can suffice as an indicator.
Visible Download Button.jpg
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Alternatively, you find a better balance. Something similar to this setup..without the gray background and all, because colorful toolbars are amazing!
Balanced.jpg
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And yes, I have messed with about:config and accent colors to improve the icon appearance, but nada.