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Interface the Linux version of firefox

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Why interface the Linux-version of firefox 57 is different from the windows-version? /linux mint 17/ How to fix? Sorry for my English

Why interface the Linux-version of firefox 57 is different from the windows-version? /linux mint 17/ How to fix? Sorry for my English
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Hello, Firefox on Linux tries to match your GTK theme, which is Mint-X, this is why the colors appear to be different, it is attempted to blend in with your GTK desktop environment. If this helped please mark as solution!

Modified by Mkll

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Firefox on Linux has required GTK 3.4 (three.four) at minimum to run since Firefox 46.0 which means you need to use a GTK3 theme on OS.

The plain scrollbar and no scrollbar arrows looks like you have a GTK2 theme in use on your Linux. It is still mostly usuable with a GTK2 theme in use.

Modified by James