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    I've just recently transferred to Chrome from Firefox, after much prodding. One of the things I'd liked most about Firefox was their Personas page. You could search for different themes, preview how they would look, and add your favourites to a list. You could even make a list of favourite theme artists. Any time I wanted to apply a new Firefox theme to match my monthly desktop theme, I'd just click over to my favourites gallery, or look at my fave artists to see if they'd done anything recently.

    Much to my disappointment, Chrome doesn't seem to have any such option. It seems to me that it would be an easy thing to do, seeing as signing in under one's profile is standard in Chrome.

    I did see the "+1" option, and thought for a while that that was the equivalent, but I saw no way to browse through the items I'd +1'd.

    Thanks.
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    You could always just bookmark your fav themes
    but yeah, youd think there could be something better wouldnt you?
    You can search for themes by author name if just search for their name, not exact tho. For instance heres my name....
    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/search?hl=en-US&q=PAEz

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    1 is a google+ thing, you can see all the sites you've +1 on your g+ profile page. If you dont have a google+ account and would like one then PM me your email addy and ill send an invite.

    And if you like themes then dont forget to check out VS ......
    http://forum.valorsolo.com
    http://forum.valorsolo.com/feed/index.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShifterCat View Post
    I've just recently transferred to Chrome from Firefox, after much prodding. One of the things I'd liked most about Firefox was their Personas page. You could search for different themes, preview how they would look, and add your favourites to a list. You could even make a list of favourite theme artists. Any time I wanted to apply a new Firefox theme to match my monthly desktop theme, I'd just click over to my favourites gallery, or look at my fave artists to see if they'd done anything recently. Much to my disappointment, Chrome doesn't seem to have any such option. It seems to me that it would be an easy thing to do, seeing as signing in under one's profile is standard in Chrome. I did see the "+1" option, and thought for a while that that was the equivalent, but I saw no way to browse through the items I'd +1'd. Thanks.
    Yeah, I agree, that would be a great feature to add for Chrome as I too personally love that option with Firefox Personas. We create hundreds of Firefox, IE and Chrome themes and being able to switch between different designs is a great option.

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