For better or worse, the upcoming Firefox 18 release will no longer support distracting themes.
As of now, the current theme implementation requires loading massive images (300 x 200px for headers and 3000 x 100px for footers), resulting in slower startup times. Not only that but when you start animating data, things get even worse. Therefore, Mozilla has come up with a solution: disable animated themes and crop images during startup that match the screen resolution.
Honestly, who uses these animated themes?
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