@be What really confuses me is the new "lock" icon (for https). It looks like a person (head + torso).
They just need to fill in the "torso" part with a solid color and it would look like a proper lock icon.
I don't understand that decision.
@be idk, Proton UI has grown on me though since ive been using Nighly since 89 on Nightly came out. for me it works well with dark Adwaita on fedora 34 (current tab has quite the contrast) but can't say for everything if it works well. Even if its a bit confusing, I would still use Firefox because of Multi-account Containers.
@be I just tried what it roughly looks like when adding it back in and well, I guess due to the higher tabs, it either feels too noisy / long (compared to the text) or kind of out of place when it's just a short line.
Could also honestly just be that creating such a separator is rather hacky in CSS, when its length doesn't match the height of items that it separates.
And then I suppose, the close-button can kind of serve as a visual separator, too.
@be @zxo You can try https://github.com/black7375/Firefox-UI-Fix to add back the separators between tabs (among other things). It even works with
browser.uidensity=1, although that might be removed in the next version of firefox (and thus will need some additional CSS).
I’ve been using this since 89.0 came out, plus some other bits of
userChrome.css from Tree Style Tabs.
Basically, you put all the files from the repo into the
chrome folder of your firefox profile (so the CSS styles will be in
chrome/userChrome.css), and set the settings from https://github.com/black7375/Firefox-UI-Fix/blob/master/user.js in
about:config (they recommend overwriting your
user.js with that, but that’s a bit heavy-handed, and erases previous customizations, I think).