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Summarized: How do I get the standard theme back in Firefox?
I have installed the Firefox package (1.0.6) in Fedora Core 4. Works perfectly well, automatically using in the right locale (nl-NL).
However, the theme looks completely different from the standard Firefox theme. I know the standard theme, since I use Firefox on quite a few other machines. On FC4 Firefox looks more like the standard greyish GNOME theme. Which I dislike. So I would like the default Firefox theme back. But when I look at Extra -> Themes it still tells me Firefox is using the default theme.
Apparently the author of the Firefox package for Fedora decided to overwrite the standard theme files (JPGs, etc) with some GNOME theme.
How can I get the default theme back? Should I overwrite some files somewhere? Should I convince the author of the package to just install the GNOME theme as a separate theme? If so, how do I find out who built the RPM package?
Or perhaps somebody knows how the Firefox themes are organizes so I can overwrite the images (and perhaps adapt some RDF files or so)?