In The Dark for Pale Moon (Bloodmoon Edition)

by RealityRipple Software

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Version 4.3b1 [Release Notes] rss
Released May 24, 2018
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★★★★ (4 votes)
Supports Pale Moon [20.0 - 27.*]
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In The Dark for Pale Moon gets a complete makeover in the Bloodmoon edition, replacing the grayscale anti-color scheme with a new red tint. The Bloodmoon edition will be updated side-by-side with In The Dark for Pale Moon, allowing users to switch between the two editions without interference or glaring changes between them.

If you run into any problems using this Alpha version, please add a comment below. I'll try to get to it as soon as possible. I'd particularly like to know about any incompatibilities with popular extensions, and any areas where text is unreadable. Thanks for your assistance and patience!


Comments

Steve Silvi
Jun 6, 6:07 AM
 Awesome theme! I especially like the larger icons and the muted red color that doesn't jump out at me. However, there is no "X" on the right side of the tabs to close them individually. Is this intentional. It seems the only way to close a tab is to right-click and select "Close tab". Not a deal-breaker, but maybe a bit more clunky than just clicking on the "X". Anyhow, thanks for a cool theme!


If you take two from ten,
what do you have left?


Steve Silvi
Jun 10, 6:58 AM
 Yep, that did it. Apparently that config setting did not "take" when I installed Pale Moon, as the value was set to '1' (close buttons on all tabs). After setting it to '0' and then back to '1', there are close buttons on all tabs now.


If you take two from ten,
what do you have left?


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