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Google Chrome themes

David_W
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Google Chrome themes

Google chrome has some amazingly gorgeous looking themes.
A nice one
A gorgeous one
A cute one
A designer one?
You can find them all here if you use Chrome, which is your favourite? Shocked
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jmd
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Re: Google Chrome themes

If you don';t have "chrome" you cannot see them...................I am still learning Vista so will wait to try anything else!
pierre_pierre
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Re: Google Chrome themes

I can on Firefox 3.5 XP3
David_W
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Re: Google Chrome themes

They come up fine in IE too for me.
This one is the one I decided on, its simple and really nice.
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Re: Google Chrome themes

Well, they are all very attractive indeed. However, it would have to take more than this to tempt me from Firefox which I like enormously.
I just use ye basic FF theme and it's OK for me.
Am I the only (unimaginative) one who is unimpressed by themes? I just want something clear, simple, and above all - that works.
pierre_pierre
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Re: Google Chrome themes

I use the standard firefox with this Pic
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Re: Google Chrome themes

Looks a bit cluttered.....the theme not the scene above Undecided
...and Mariah Carey looks a bit strange on her theme.

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David_W
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Re: Google Chrome themes

I totally agree, simple and uncluttered is perfect, I think that's why I prefer Chrome, it isn't cluttered down with the search box or a menu bar or different buttons so the theme I've gone for is minimalistic in itself.  Even the "home" button is optional on Chrome.  Don't get me wrong, I'd a die hard IE fan but for the first time ever on Windows the first thing I've downloaded is a different browser (on OSX and Linux I always download Opera, I prefer that to Firefox/Safari).