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Pretty Widgets for Firefox for Linux

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So.. The switch to Ubuntu has had it’s ups and downs. But one annoyance I had was the un-styled ‘widgets’ in Firefox look like ass. So, I did some research and found that the people in the MacOSX camp seem to care a lot more about this than the Linux camp. There are a few options for MacOSX to make the widgets look nicer. And I found one person who customized it a little bit to work with Linux. I made a couple minor tweaks and repackaged it and am now sharing with all. This version has only been tested with Firefox 2.0.

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