Firefox themes now on the official Mozilla addons site!

The new Tango theme and all of its derivatives (all updated for Firefox 2.0) are now available on the official Mozilla addons site.

Installing is now easier, and the themes should now auto-update as well. Just click an image below (for the theme you want) and then click on install. You can install any or all of them too (they’re parallel-installable).

Tango theme for Firefox GNOME icon theme for Firefox
Tangerine theme for Firefox Industrial (old GNOME icon theme, basically) theme for Firefox

Also, I’d like to thank all the people in #tango who helped me refine the themes, as well as all the icon designers who made them all possible (many are the same people, and I’m one too). In no particular order (and hopefully I don’t miss too many people *g*): infernux, nico, sgarrity, dobey, tigert, jimmac, andreasn, Novell, and all the rest… (;


7 Responses to “Firefox themes now on the official Mozilla addons site!”

  1. […] I stumbled upon Garret LeSage’s Blog, and found that 4 new themes have been uploaded to the official Firefox addons site: Tango, Tangerine, Gnome and Industrial. What I really love about these themes, is how well they integrate with the Gnome desktop. It almost feels now, that I am using a native Linux application, rather than an app that has been ported to Linux, which ultimately, is how Firefox has always felt to me. […]

  2. says:

    Tango Icons for Firefox 2.0…

    The guys at Novell updated the Tango Firefox Theme to look even nicer and to work with Firefox 2.0 now! And there are “subskin” variants for Ubuntu’s Tangerine Theme, Novell Linux and Default GNOME.

    Tango Firefox Theme – O…

  3. Rober says:

    Excellent work, sir!

  4. Hylke says:

    The new privacy mask is a great metaphor!

  5. A.Bein says:

    How about Lila theme for firefox 2. Please… 🙂

  6. Dashed says:

    I’m on Windows and the check marks on the menus are invisible (i.e. “View > Toolbars” shows no checked elements even though they’re checked).
    Also the menubar on both Firefox and Adblock Plus (I’m assuming it’s the same for other extensions) are too small.

  7. MacSlow says:

    Hey that’s great… heading right over there!

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