So I had been staying away from Firefox v29 for a while, since the new Australis skin really annoyed me, and my current Stylish skin that changed how Firefox looks didn't work with version 29. But I played around with my skin on another computer that ran Firefox 29 and I got it looking pretty similar to how my old skin looked. Although it took 3 extra extensions to do that (Classic Theme Restorer
, Classic Toolbar Buttons
, and Throbber Restored
—Why Mozilla decided to remove the throbber that indicates a site loading confuses the hell out of me).
As you can see, I prefer a dark theme, and then I've added a few things like the Windows Aero fuzzy glass look to menus, along with menu icons. And that time in the bottom toolbar, that's just a Greasemonkey script I wrote that puts the time down there, since I run my browser on my second monitor that doesn't have the Windows taskbar and I often watch television on my main monitor. Yeah, enabling custom text in the status bar is generally frowned on, and it's disabled by default in most browsers, but Firefox at least lets you enable it, if you want.
And as you can see, I have quite a few extensions up in the top right, so if you want any info on any of them, just ask.
Anyhow, I've managed to make Firefox 29 look and work pretty close to how past versions look, so I'm happy now. I really am not a fan of programs changing how things look. I'm happy with my current look, so don't mess with it.