One of the popular aspects of Firefox is the way it's open to customisation. There are dozens of extremely useful add-ons which can hugely extend the functionality of the program.
Less useful but often just as popular are the large number of themes available for Firefox. Themes let you 'skin' the program by adding a whole new look to the program's window borders, menu bars, options dialog windows etc.
Walnut is a fairly popular theme which adds a wood effect to your Firefox. Quite why anyone would want to do this is a question for another day.
The theme includes skins for all aspects of the browser, and a custom icon set. The theme is not particularly attractive and certainly renders Firefox less usable.
- Preview version for Firefox 4.0, with support for: Tabs on Top, AppMenu, New Add-ons manager, Doorhanger notification, Heads Up Display
- Updated support for GoogleToolbar, TabmixPlus, HideCaption, DataManager, LiquidTabs and many others.
- Firefox 3.6+: Buttons, toolbarbuttons, menu's are now animated
- Bug 398776: add new popup-based notification system, and use it for the geolocation notification
- Bug 570795 - Create basic "Firefox button" widget
- Bug 464205 followup, making favicons stand out more again in the all-tabs panel
- Fixed missing tabdrop indicator in FF 3.6