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-Bored with the current Mozilla splashscreen? You can change it, no programming knowledge required. If you take any Windows Bitmap (.bmp) file, rename it ''mozilla.bmp'' and then drop it into your install directory, it will become your new splash screen.+: ''This article applies to Mozilla Suite.''
-Your ''install directory'' is the the same directory (or folder) where you see the ''mozilla.exe'' file.+Bored with the current Mozilla splash screen? You can change it, no programming knowledge required. If you take any Windows bitmap (.bmp) file, rename it "mozilla.bmp" and then drop it into your install directory, it will become your new splash screen.
-Here's a partial list of websites from which you can get premade splashscreens (taken from [http://curious.org/wiki/MozillaStuff?PHPSESSID=5d6f9d1540980c1c94ab2488db577dba jcurious' Mozilla page]):+Your ''install directory'' is the the same directory (folder) where you see the "mozilla.exe" file.
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 +Here's a partial list of websites from which you can get premade splashscreens (taken from [http://curious.org/wiki/MozillaStuff jcurious' Mozilla page]):
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 +== See also ==
 +* It is possible to [[disable splash screen]] altogether.
 +* You can also make it so that a [[random splash screen]] is selected on startup.

Revision as of 10:58, 18 April 2005

This article applies to Mozilla Suite.

Bored with the current Mozilla splash screen? You can change it, no programming knowledge required. If you take any Windows bitmap (.bmp) file, rename it "mozilla.bmp" and then drop it into your install directory, it will become your new splash screen.

Your install directory is the the same directory (folder) where you see the "mozilla.exe" file.

Here's a partial list of websites from which you can get premade splashscreens (taken from jcurious' Mozilla page):

See also