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Originally Posted by carlosponti the theme i use now is PimpZilla look it up its hilarious. ahaha thats awesome!...
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    Quote Originally Posted by carlosponti
    the theme i use now is PimpZilla look it up its hilarious.
    ahaha thats awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlosponti
    the theme i use now is PimpZilla look it up its hilarious.
    You sir, scare me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlosponti
    the theme i use now is PimpZilla look it up its hilarious.
    "PimpZilla is probably the most tacky & overdone piece of GUI design out there"

    (From it's website. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabhan
    Quote Originally Posted by carlosponti
    the theme i use now is PimpZilla look it up its hilarious.
    You sir, scare me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carlosponti
    the theme i use now is PimpZilla look it up its hilarious.
    "PimpZilla is probably the most tacky & overdone piece of GUI design out there"

    (From it's website. )

    dontcha just love it!! it IS the most tacky and overdone piece of GUI design and that is why i love it.
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    http://xs42.xs.to/pics/05334/Current...Screenshot.png
    ^I really like the theme, just not sure about the colors.

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    Here's my no nonsense Firefox setup:

    http://members.cox.net/mechdan/firefoxcrop.jpg

    It has a retro "Mozilla" look, with matching IceWM window decorations (also usable in KDE).

    Firefox theme: FirefoxModern (under the "retro" category)

    IceWM window decorations: yamm

    I use .gtkrc-2.0 to set the font to Avante.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IsaacKuo
    Here's my no nonsense Firefox setup:
    It has a retro "Mozilla" look
    That's the "Modern" Mozilla theme.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LondoJowo
    Quote Originally Posted by IsaacKuo
    Here's my no nonsense Firefox setup:
    It has a retro "Mozilla" look
    That's the "Modern" Mozilla theme.
    I would consider Modern the retro for Mozilla. Now, Classic is retro for Netscape.

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    ...Now, Netscape is retro...

    Wait, no it's not. It's still just Mozilla with AIM instead of ChatZilla and the Netscape logo instead of the Mozilla logo. Don't believe me that they're so similar? Try running Mozilla and Netscape at the same time. You can't. They use the same data in ~/.mozilla.

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