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I mean, the form elements in a web page.
Every time I open google, I sigh about the ugly buttons and text input.
I found that the Gnome theme doesn't affect web page looks.
Can anyone tell me how to adapt firefox with gnome look.
BTW, I'm using Dapper.
I know that, but the themes doesn't change the look in pages. At least the themes I've tried.
Maybe you misunderstand me. I don't mean the toolbar buttons, I mean the buttons WITHIN the pages you browse, like "I'm Feeling Lucky" in Google Home, and dropdown menus and text input boxes, etc.
not sure what your distro has to offer, but for me anyway, I go to configure desktop/lookNfeel. There in looknFeel, i go down to style, this will change the look of scroll bar, the top menu strip (where you'd see the firefox icon on the left, decription of site you're in, and the min, restore/max, and close icons on the right). it will change a bit.
hope that's what you're after and it works.