|Alternative themes: is it possible or in the plans?||Luís de Sousa||1/22/13 6:13 AM|
I'm one of those folk ever more reliant on Firebug, it is very useful on enterily different projects and works remarkably well. But it has this unbearable white background that can get quite painful sometimes. It'd be great if something like the gedit Oblivion theme could be used instead.
Is this something possibly today? How? Or is it something in the plans for future development?
Thanks for reading,
|Re: Alternative themes: is it possible or in the plans?||Jan Honza Odvarko||1/22/13 6:20 AM|
On Jan 22, 3:13 pm, Luís de Sousa <luis.a.de.so...@gmail.com> wrote:Yes, you should be able to create a new theme
All Firebug CSS files are under classic dir:
So, the new theme would bring something like
We don't have new themes development in our roadmap, but
we are keen to help anyone who'd like to create it.
|Re: Alternative themes: is it possible or in the plans?||Luís de Sousa||1/24/13 2:00 AM|
Hi Jan, I've followed the link you furnished, but it only explains how to create new skins to the browser itself, not to Firefox.
Since it all seems based on CSS, it doesn't look that difficult to start fiddeling around with background colours and such. How could I start trying this in my system? Are these CSS files accessible in the Firefox install?
|Re: Alternative themes: is it possible or in the plans?||Jan Honza Odvarko||1/24/13 3:17 AM|
Take a look at my post here:
It explains how to check out Firebug source code and also how to
provide a patch. As you mentioned, mostly you just need to
change the CSS files...
|Re: [firebug] Alternative themes: is it possible or in the plans?||dmccunney||1/24/13 9:31 AM|
First, install Jason Barnabe's Stylish extension, from
Stylish lets you apply arbitrary CSS called UserStyles based on what
you are viewing. Because Firefox itself is something rendered by
Gecko, and the look and feel is determined by XUL, widgets, and CSS,
stylish can alter its appearance too.
After Stylish is installed, go to
http://userstyles.org/styles/browse/all/firebug, and see whether any
of the contributed styles to alter Firebug do what you want.
|Re: [firebug] Alternative themes: is it possible or in the plans?||Luís de Sousa||2/19/13 12:22 AM|
I'm using Blank Your Monitor and it re-styles Firebug as well. The only problem is that you don't see breakpoint symbols, nor the current line being executed, but still quite better than the white background.
|Re: [firebug] Alternative themes: is it possible or in the plans?||Jan Honza Odvarko||2/19/13 3:57 AM|
Where I can download the style?
|Re: [firebug] Alternative themes: is it possible or in the plans?||dmccunney||2/19/13 8:21 AM|
On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 6:57 AM, Jan Honza Odvarko <odv...@gmail.com> wrote:https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/blank-your-monitor-easy-readin/
|Re: [firebug] Alternative themes: is it possible or in the plans?||Sebastian Zartner||2/20/13 12:47 PM|
Blank Your Monitor isn't a normal theme. It sets the preference browser.display.use_document_colors to false, which causes background images not to be shown. Firebug doesn't have any influence on that.
So the better approach is to follow Dennis' suggestion and apply user styles using Stylish.