How do I make T4Fx look like FF 3.6.28 with tabs?

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Hubert

24 Jul, 2014 05:18 PM

I had 24.6.0 on my Mac and got an update info, that 24.7.0 was available. I updated by clicking on the main T4Fx page on my processor type and now it is 31.0.0.

Not that this versions is terrib,ly slow as hell and a real pain in my ass, while searching on google, it has trashed my presets.
I remember, that I maybe asked this question a while ago, but I can't find it anymore.

So I have to ask again.
How do I make T4Fx look like FireFox 3.6.28 with the Tabs not on top?

I also had chosen a certain Apple/Safari-like skin and now, when I go to my add ons list I don't know anymore, which one I had used.
Is there a possibility to get the data where that was stored for my version 24.6.0? (I suppose not...)

Can I downgrade to 24.x.x?

Also, when I searched for my support threads, I found that they are not under my internet name Hubert, but my full real life name with the email answers that I had with Chris and Cameron Kaiser.

I typed this in TextEdit and then copied the text into the Textfield on this site, because otherwise I had to wait a second for every letter. It is all really slow here.

(Machine: ibook G4 1,33GHz)

  1. 1 Posted by Hubert on 24 Jul, 2014 06:49 PM

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    I downloaded 24.6.0 again from the build history page of tenFourFox/floodgap. All was back as I wanted it immediately. (Tabs on bottom like Firefox 3 and if I am right the colour of the metal skin interface, too).

    I then tried 24.7.0 and here it is the same.

    So my guess is, that I downloaded an addon back then and that 31.0.0 doesn't support this add-on.
    I think it maybe have been this one https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/firefox-3-theme-for-firefox/ (even if it displays, that 24.x is not supported).

    24.7.0 is quick for me, so I will stay here and try 31.x.x again in a few builds later, maybe...

  2. Support Staff 2 Posted by Chris (chtrusch... on 24 Jul, 2014 08:21 PM

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    Ahm, yes.

    You can try the add-on "Classic Theme Restorer" with 31. It will give you Tabs on Bottom and many more customizations.

  3. 3 Posted by Hubert on 23 Aug, 2014 04:57 PM

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    First, could you please delete my full name out of the answers and replace it with the nick Hubert.

    Now my problem/info that I wanted to pass on:

    I tried 31 again (after several tries) and installed only classic theme restorer and did nothing else.
    - so tabs are on bottom
    - skin colour is to bright (the grey)
    - buttons (red, yellow, green) act weird as I had remembered it from my last try.
    see picture 1 (Bild 3.png)
    see picture 2 (BIld 4.png) (the three buttons are gone, after one has switched tabs or browsed the setup/preferences and other windows), you have to wipe your mouse over them to get them back.

    One question! 31 with classic applied has the round "page backwards" button. My 24.7. install has square ones. Is this the way 24 came, when fresh installed or did I do something (I obviously had put the tabs on bottom, though).
    see picture 3 (name Bild_1.png)

  4. Support Staff 4 Posted by Chris (chtrusch... on 23 Aug, 2014 05:20 PM

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    Hi, I can't delete your name from the header since it was sent with your email; Tender doesn't allow this sort of editing (at least not to me). If you post via web, your name won't appear. The only thing I can do is delete comment no 4 completely.

    Questions about Classic Theme Restorer should generally go to the folks who make this extension. We're not responsible for it, and we can't change how it behaves. I tried it and also found it a bit unpolished.

    The buttons issue might be related to https://code.google.com/p/tenfourfox/issues/detail?id=282 or https://code.google.com/p/tenfourfox/issues/detail?id=247&q=persona . Do you get this also with the default Australis theme?

    The square Back button in 24 appears when you choose "use small icons" in Customize. The default (after install) in 24 is to use large icons. Sadly, this option is gone in Australis, but CTR may provide a similar feature.

  5. 5 Posted by Hubert on 24 Aug, 2014 12:02 AM

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    Yes, delete post 4, then. Thanks!

    Yes, I get the jumping traffic lights mentioned on floodgap, too, with the aurora theme and an ibook G4 mid 2005 1,33GHz.

    On the square toolbar buttons, after installing CTR on australis one can go to the customize window and at the very bottom there is "normal" and "small" buttons. It at least brings two small buttons, what it says. *rolleyes* I still miss the squares around the arrows. You are roght, it is looking unpolished.

    For more (though I already new most of it from reading here and there and your support... https://support.mozilla.org/de/questions/996959 (see cor-el's last post).

    Here is a screenshot (they say there are other buttons to choose from, but as far as I can see no other buttons for the arrows with CTR).

  6. 6 Posted by Hubert on 14 Nov, 2014 02:06 PM

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    One addition:

    I stumbled over this "Plus, for the all-new TenFourFox 31 we implemented Australis," Does this actually mean australis is only used for looks here (and under the hood it is similar to 24.7.0) or did security make it obligatory to change everything?
    In other words, would it have been possible to keep the old look and organisation of things/items, though upgrading to the newest security implementations without problems for the software engineers?

  7. Support Staff 7 Posted by Cameron Kaiser on 14 Nov, 2014 04:46 PM

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    It's always possible to do anything, but in this case it would have been prohibitively complicated to try to merge the old interface with the new rendering engine, and would have seriously impacted add-on compatibility. In general, unless I have a strong reason to do otherwise (like, the browser won't work), we stick with the existing Firefox code. Otherwise the project becomes very hard to maintain and it's hard enough as it is.

  8. 8 Posted by Hubert on 16 Feb, 2015 09:23 PM

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    One Addition to Classic-Theme-Restorer:

    I had mentioned, that the traffic buttons (left upper corner, red, yellow, green) disappear with CTR.
    The solution is
    enable to show the Page title in the top area. Since I did this, the buttons are always fine. I did this since 31.4, so I don't know, if it would have been the same way with 31.0, but I think so.

    On a side note, for me TFFx still loads (opens) very slowly and also it gets slower (beachballing) the longer I have it open. When I close and restore all tabs, it works again.

    Secondly, if I log in to gmx.de or gmx.net I always get at first a message, that my password was wrong (which is not), then I type it again and hit enter again and it works. The netx page informs me that I had not logged out the last time (though I did), after that everything works fine.

    Lately VideoDownloadhelper didn't work anymore, so I started Firefox 3,6.28 again and TFFx 24.7 and there it worked. Then I opened TFFx 31.4 again (restored CTR) and VideoDownloadHelper worked again.

    Also I found out with CTR, that you can hit the option "symbol" three times and get different spacings in the top line.

  9. 9 Posted by Mathias Seimetz on 13 Mar, 2015 01:54 AM

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  10. Support Staff 10 Posted by Cameron Kaiser on 13 Mar, 2015 02:10 AM

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    Although I appreciate your initiative in generating a Shark trace, the optimized release builds are generally stripped, so the symbols are not necessarily accurate. It would be more helpful to me, at least, to do this off a build with a proper symbol table. For time reasons, however, this would be something you'd need to build yourself; I don't have sufficient free cycles to generate unstripped test builds on a general availability basis.

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