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until yesterday, Firefox had the same to toolbar settings as everything else. Then YOU updated me and the toolbar now only has HORRIBLE appearance. How to turn the clock back and use the Windows settings for everything?

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until yesterday, Firefox had the same to toolbar settings as everything else. Then YOU updated me and the toolbar now only has HORRIBLE appearance. How to turn the clock back and use the Windows settings for everything?

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I guess changing to another browser is the only solution? Do you suggest Edge or Chrome.

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Holy Ssh** this firefox forum is so *##$ frustrating. They screw up firefox, by making it more like chrome, then give you NO way to tell them to go back!

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No one knows how to turn the clock back. Maybe the answer is to switch to Chrome or The Edge?

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Do you mean the drop down menu items all have large font and excessive space and are a real pain to use as now you have a load of scrolling going on ? I have this problem and there is a bug report on this, so perhaps you would like to add a please fix this in the bug. https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1713942

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Hi All, it's hard to help with "horrible" -- specific complaints are much more helpful.

Old versions of Firefox are always available, but not recommended. There's more info in this article: Install an older version of Firefox.

To get the discussion started:

Tab Bar Appearance

Users have raised a number of concerns:

(1) Low contrast of black on gray is harder to see (2) Takes up more space vertically (3) Prefer to have separators between inactive/background tabs (4) Using text to indicate playing/muted state is harder to see at a glance than the old icon (5) Prefer tabs to be "connected"

For #1, if you prefer the colors of the "Default" theme from Firefox 57-88, someone created an add-on theme that emulates it. You can give it a try here:

https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/photon-colors/

If that color doesn't suit you, the Firefox Color extension lets you create your own theme:

https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/firefox-color/

For #2, you could take a look at Compact mode. More info in: Compact mode workaround in Firefox.

For #2-#5, you can restyle your tab bar by creates a userChrome.css file. It's a bit of project for first-timers, but if these issues are priorities for you, I'm happy to explain in more detail.

Finally, for testing purposes, the developers left a preference to switch the tab bar and address bar between new style and old style in Firefox 89. This is not expected to continue in Firefox 91, but maybe you want to use it for now.

(1) In a new tab, type or paste about:config in the address bar and press Enter/Return. Click the button accepting the risk.

(2) In the search box in the page, type or paste browser.proton.enabled and pause while the list is filtered

(3) Double-click the preference to switch between true (new style) and false (old style)

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To Jscher 2000 and Toad Hall What I am trying to say is that I simply do not get on with the new taskbar theme that Firefox have forced onto me without asking and without recourse. How to go go back to my comfort zone and my MS Windows themes? See the screen shot of the horrible effect Richard

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How to go go back to my comfort zone and my MS Windows themes?

Hi Richard, I don't know what your Firefox looked liked before, so I can't answer that specifically. However, did you try any of the workarounds in my earlier reply?

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JSCHER2000 Sorry tried to work out what to do but could not follow you. What I want is the old MS Windows style and it would seem, that to get that, I must say goodbye to Firefox. Pit, because I loved using it since the old Netscape days. Thanks for responding, not your fault that I lack the knowledge to follow you. Richard

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Hi Richard, I probably listed too many options in the same reply. Did you try installing the Photon Colors theme to see whether that helps?

https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/photon-colors/

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jscher2000 OK, it switched the wishy washy grey to an ominous looking black that is (MAYBE) slightly easier to see and differentiate the tabs (I often have 20+ tabs at once - as shown in the screenshots). However, it is nowhere near as good as the old one was - IF IT AINT BROKE, WHY FIX IT!!! Rgds Richard

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Maybe coincidence BUT, ever since the annoying update, I am noticing little things going wrong in Firefox. E.G. - click something and something unexpected happens. It does seem that "the powers that be" have !@C%^D up Firefox".

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