Opera Software is not the only one who is tweaking the look of their default web browser skin. Alex Faaborg from Mozilla has announced that they will update approximately 25 icons across all 4 platforms.
Windows: All Secondary Glyphs in the Main Window
As he explains: On Windows (both Vista and XP) we are replacing all of the secondary glyphs in the main window (various small arrows, new tab +, etc) with a consistent etched-in appearance. These etched in glyphs also feature a glowing hit state, which varies color by platform.
OS X: Removing Background Etch From the Keyhole
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