Adwaita for Firefox, the GNOME 3.x integration theme, updated!

Today, I updated the Adwaita Firefox theme (the theme to make Firefox look like a GNOME 3 app). There’s a stable version for Firefox 10 (which is old as of yesterday), 11 (the new Stable), and Aurora (which will become 12).

For you bleeding edge types, there’s a Nightly version, which happens to have a refreshed UI to match with GNOME 3.4. It’s even more awesome.

Both versions have bugfixes and features.

Note: Make sure to download the version which matches your browser. If you don’t, your tabs will look odd and little random stuff might look slightly broken.

If you’re using Firefox 10, 11, or Aurora (12):
https://github.com/downloads/adwaita-firefox-team/adwaita-firefox/adwaita-firefox-11.1.xpi

Nightly-using folks only:
https://github.com/downloads/adwaita-firefox-team/adwaita-firefox/adwaita-firefox-nightly-20120314.xpi

(If you’d rather get it from the official Mozilla add-ons server, there will be a small delay. Patrick Ulbrich (pulb) will be submitting the stable version soon.)

In case you’re wondering what it looks like, here are screenshots of the Nightly version of the theme, styled to GNOME 3.3 / 3.4:

12 Responses to “Adwaita for Firefox, the GNOME 3.x integration theme, updated!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Looks awesome!

    It would look even more awesome if Firefox started telling GNOME 3.4 to hide the titlebar when maximized (see the latest discussion in https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=619899), and used an application menu (related to https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=619899).

  2. Anonymous says:

    Sorry, copy/pasted the same bug URL twice there. The second link should have pointed to https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=513159 .

  3. Pau says:

    This theme is just great!!!!!

  4. Peter Robinson (@nullr0ute) says:

    Actually Firefox 12 is Beta and Firefox 13 is Aurora.

  5. Tarari says:

    What’s your font, dude? It’s great!

  6. Palin says:

    It’s Great!
    Unfortunately it seems that when you pin a tab to use as an app tab, the theme does not differentiate the “activity” status (when the page updates), so for example in twitter you miss new tweets.

    The original theme highlights the tab with a light blue hue, I would suggest to make the pinned tab a darker shade of gray.

  7. ReinoutS says:

    @1 Of course, then you might as well use Epiphany (erm, I mean “Web”).

  8. stepo says:

    Those thin scrollbars in the screenshots are native in GNOME 3.4? Looks great

  9. Anonymous says:

    ReinoutS: Except I’d much rather use Firefox. πŸ™‚

  10. me says:

    Yay. So I can finally make a screenshot of Firefox showing a screenshot of Gnome running Firefox showing a screenshot of Gnome running Firefox showing a screenshot of Gnome running Firefox showing a screenshot of Gnome running Firefox showing a screenshot of Gnome running Firefox showing a screenshot of Gnome running Firefox showing a screenshot of Gnome running Firefox showing a screenshot of Gnome running Firefox showing a screenshot of Gnome running Firefox showing a screenshot of Gnome running Firefox showing a screenshot of Gnome running Firefox showing a screenshot of Gnome running Firefox showing a screenshot of Gnome running Firefox showing a screenshot of Gnome running Firefox showing a screenshot of Gnome running Firefox showing a screenshot of Gnome.

    And it will look like … whatever.

    I still refuse to run Gnome-Shell.

  11. Asif Ali says:

    The theme is top notch. Just brilliant. Thanks a lot. I came to thank you for the theme. Thank you πŸ™‚

    I’m using it with firefox 11 and gnome 3.2.x;

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