Finally some decent icons for Chimera with Chimericon 0.6. Very harmonious with the favicon tabs in Chimera. Now that is what a browser should look like. And, by the way, Chimera has been stable for me now for about 2 full days. Lovely! <br><br><br><br>
What's wrong with the Chimera icons? I think they are cool!<br><br>In fact, I tried getting the Navzilla theme for Mozilla working in the latest Mozilla so that it would look more like Chimera! (but it didn't work) <br><br>I wish that it was available for Winblows Mozilla so that I could have the Chimera look at work too.<br><br>
#30676 - 12/15/0208:43 AMRe: Chimericon is cool!
Yes, you did. I changed icons though with something else I think the other time. Was browsing around my folders today and since I had just updated to that new nightly build I wanted to improve the icons. Then it occurred to me that I hadn't used Chimericon before. Not sure what I did (perhaps manual) last time to change the icons.<br><br>
I don't understand how you got your tabs and favorites to have their unique icons? Such as Google with the big "G" in both the tab and the favorites bar?<br><br>Never mind, I think I figured it out. You used SpeedChimera, right?<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Trog on 12/15/02 01:21 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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