I’m working on Cocoa widgets some now, trying to fix them up and get them working in Firefox. Basically, we’ll have Camino-style widgets in Firefox. Using Cocoa widgets doesn’t necessarily mean that widgets (form buttons, etc…) will look like native widgets, that just happens to be the case with many widgets. It really only means that the widget code is (mostly) written using the Cocoa API as opposed to the Carbon API. So, with Cocoa widgets in Firefox we get some better looking forms and easier-to-maintain code. Furthermore, if we can get all products onto one widget set then we will have further reduced maintenance overhead. I’m learning the code right now, and starting to know enough to get some real work done. I may have it limping along by next week, but it won’t be a part of Firefox until some time after Firefox 1.1 is released. There is a considerable amount of work to be done.