Camifox - Firefox 3, in living color! Camifox replaces Firefox's monolithic toolbar buttons on Mac OS X (and the icons on Windows and Linux) with the bright, colorful icons from the Mozilla Camino browser, and it also makes the tab bar easier to read with higher contrast.
Camifox was designed as a project to improve the appearance of Firefox on Mac OS X.
I'm not a fan of the dark, monolithic, gray and black buttons in the Mac OS X version of Firefox 3. So to help give Firefox some color and brightness, I duplicated the excellent icons from the Mozilla Camino browser. I also made the tab bar significantly brighter and easier to read. The result is a high-contrast, colorful, clean, and crisp browsing experience. If you're using Windows or Linux, you'll get the same icons from Camino on a bright, neutral background. Check out the previews above for details.
· Mozilla Firefox
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Camifox for Firefox 3.6
· Windows and Linux: Based on Firefox 3.6 default theme
· Windows and Linux: There are no significant visible changes