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Is it possible to disable protected pages for extensions so I can see Mozilla pages in dark mode?

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Hello, I use dark mode extensions extensively :) and I really dislike light mode pages. However, Mozilla pages refuse to be changed due to the fact that they are "protected" by default.

I don't really care for this protection. Can it be disabled?

Hello, I use dark mode extensions extensively :) and I really dislike light mode pages. However, Mozilla pages refuse to be changed due to the fact that they are "protected" by default. I don't really care for this protection. Can it be disabled?
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الحل المُختار

It is possible to change the restricted domains preference (https://support.mozilla.org/hsb/questions/1306789) but that seems not to affect moz extension pages. It is possible to change background colour using a bookmarklet.

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(what adds to the problem is that Mozilla doesn't provide a dark mode version of their support & addons pages)

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الحل المُختار

It is possible to change the restricted domains preference (https://support.mozilla.org/hsb/questions/1306789) but that seems not to affect moz extension pages. It is possible to change background colour using a bookmarklet.

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Thanks terry21, never knew what a bookmarklet was; finding a dark mode one certainly helped.

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You can also change colours using userContent.css if you are willing to create it. It is much the same as userChrome.css but applies to content rather than the ui. (Remove blank space in link.) https://www.userchrome. org/how-create-userchrome-css.html

Modified by Terry