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    mozilla 'appearance' (mozilla 1.2.1)

    Based on BIG AL's recommendation, I have downloaded and installed Mozilla 1.2.1 on two different systems. My question is about the "appearance" differences between the two systems - which are both running WIN XP PRO. On system 1, the BACK & FORWARD icons are green arrows - on the other, they are gray arrows. On system 1, The RELOAD is a BIG arrow with text while the other is a "bent arrow" with no text. On system 1, the STOP icon is a traffic light and on the other is a gray X. On System 1, the tool bar with HOME and BOOKMARKS is the same color as the upper toolbars but the other is a darker gray color. Why are there these differences - and I prefer the appearance of System 1.

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    Re: mozilla 'appearance' (mozilla 1.2.1)

    I just figured it out - it is the CLASSIC THEME. Sorry.

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