On 6/25/10 5:12 PM, Patrick Michael Niedzielski wrote: >> Isn't the window title always drawn by the window manager (not the program that owns the window)? > > Eric, > > It is, usually. The only reason I can think of this happening would be > if the titlebar were drawn like in Chromium, where it draws it on its > own. iTunes and RealPlayer are other examples I can think of off the > top of my head. I've never used Firefox that much, so is it possible > that themes can change the titlebar? There are those programs, and I find it very arrogant of software designers to disrepespect my choice of skin by using something of their own. Not much of a problem now that I use OS X because it doesn't give many customization options in the first place, but I can think of quite a few Windless apps that I have removed because they traded the standard user interface for a non-standard one, including the ones you mention. WinAmp is one I always found exceptionally annoying because it used its own font, rendering Unicode titles unintelligible in the song list. I use the Windows, OSX and Linux versions of FF and it does seem to respect the GUI though ISTR there are a few skin options buried in the settings. I've used Firefox for many years, and Mozilla before that. So far I have yet to find a browser I prefer (I wish they had an iPhone version too). The adblocker and flashblocker plugins alone make it worthy. Just my 2c worth.