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As the title suggests... The new look should coexist with the style and layout of Chrome's internal option pages (chrome://settings). Help sections being triggered by "Learn more" links and tabs controlled by the left navigation. No search box should exist.
Resources could possibly be looked up the same way as the internal option pages (e.g. chrome://resources/css/button.css). I'm only guessing this but it would be really useful if it could.
Finally, it might be useful if a better framework could be in use for i18n replacement. Chrome's internal pages use the attribute i18n-content to contain the name of the message to be looked up used to replace the element's content. However, consideration should be given to how attributes and messages with arguments should be handled, but this a good start.
All screenshots showing the options page should be updated afterwards.
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There's currently a cosmetic issue with facebox and the templates guide where the close button is outside of the boundaries. I thought I previously fixed this but it seems that fix now breaks the close button when the guide is displayed. It's something to do with the display type but I think the following workaround will fix this;
Completely redesigned the options page and I'm extremely happy with the results. I'm now considering this closed but expect there may be minor changes to this page still before full release that relate to outstanding issues.