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I have themes in almost every browser that I have installed on my PC. Most themes on the Internet are absolute crap - blurry, inappropriate, racist, or all three. However, I've always managed to get some good theme that I'm happy with.

However, with Safari, it's a different story. I have no clue how to install themes.

Several different sites have said several different things. Some have said that it's as easy as editing a file. Others said that themes aren't supported and will crash Safari.

Can I get themes for Safari running on Windows? And if so, how?

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"Most themes on the Internet are absolute crap" -- so is adding theming and skinning to every piece of software. :) – Ian C. Apr 1 '12 at 3:34
@Ian C.: Some browsers are really improved by a good theme. Some are not. IMHO, customization is awesome if done right. You don't need to skin your calculator with a bright neon glowing animated ghost theme that moves around the screen, but when you spend a large amount of your time in front of a browser (as I do) theming or skinning can improve that experience. – JavaAndCSharp Apr 1 '12 at 3:39
Can you show me a theme for a browser, let's say Chrome, that proves your point? I posit that no such theme exists. – Ian C. Apr 1 '12 at 3:47

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