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I love Chrome's style but I like to develop web pages using Firebug.

I'm looking at a Firefox theme named Chromifox Extreme but it says that it's not available for Firefox 8.0.

I want to be updated as soon as it is available via email. How can I get that?

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You can ask the add-on developer to update you when a new version is available. No doubt he's getting tons of such requests, but I assume you can increase your chances of receiving an answer by contributing the $2.99 he asks for on the add-on page.

Alternatively, you can use a service like ChangeDetect to alert you to changes on the web page, assuming a new version will be announced.

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Nice ChangeDetect – Nam G VU Dec 6 '11 at 14:40
    
Don't like ChangeDetect since mornitoring https:// require payment God no :) – Nam G VU Dec 6 '11 at 14:53
    
So: no contribution to developer, and no paying for online services... :) – Traveling Tech Guy Dec 6 '11 at 15:10
    
@TTG I'm sorry :) I'll pay for higher feature not the https// protocol – Nam G VU Dec 7 '11 at 15:22

You can create a Google Alert with query "chromifox extreme" "firefox 8". It will automatically send a mail to you when there are new Google results for such query.

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