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Personal colour in heading and toolbar
I'm a straightforward PC/internet user, who likes to personalise my settings, mostly with soft background colours. I know nothing of the technicaliites and I prefer not to download apps, or bits of other software, and I won't change the registry etc. I've just upgraded to Windows 10 and, although I understand it began with all-white title bars, it now lets me choose the colour of the title bar, which I've done. Fine. So why doesn't Mozilla/Firefox also give a similar choice of colour of the title bar, toolbar, etc, instead of the monotonous grey we are now saddled with? I have found a plain light blue under 'themes', which is a compromise, but I really just wanted a straight colour option under toolbar customising settings. It surely can't be that difficult?!
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Hi RoseClare, volunteers here in the support forum can't always answer "Why" questions.
Firefox has a long history of relying on add-ons for some types of customization as the developers focused on other priorities. There's always much more work to do than people to do it.
You can submit suggestions for changes to future versions of Firefox on the following site: