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How can I restore the background color Firefox 13 used for displaying images?

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I preferred the darker background color introduced in Firefox 13 for when images were displayed standalone, as opposed to the glaring white. How can I restore that behavior?

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Well, as far as I could tell, a large number of themes suddenly began using a white background for their display of standalone images.

Rather than all of these various theme creators individually making a choice to begin using a white background for their display of standalone images effective with Firefox 14, I personally suspect that something was changed in Firefox 14 wherein if a theme creator doesn’t specify what color to use when displaying a standalone image, it defaults to white.

In any case, this userstyle, coupled with hex color #232323, seems to do the trick in getting the behavior I’m seeking.

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That should still happen.

Start Firefox in Safe Mode to check if one of the extensions or if hardware acceleration is causing the problem (switch to the DEFAULT theme: Firefox/Tools > Add-ons > Appearance/Themes).


You can also check for a userChrome.css file with code to change the background color.

The customization files userChrome.css (interface) and userContent.css (websites) are located in the chrome folder in the user profile folder.

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With respect, I don't think you're right regarding it "should still happen". See this:

https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=754133

And I have no idea what CSS code would be used to alter this particular circumstance.

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This bug is about the background of transparent images that shouldn't have the default background color.

Appears to be fixed in the current Firefox 15 beta version.

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It does appear to be something particular to my profile. Restarting in safe mode in the normal theme shows a gray theme. However, it appears narrowing it down will take some doing. Even with Stylish, Greasemonkey, and AdBlock Plus shut off, various themes still show standalone images with a white background.

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Well, as far as I could tell, a large number of themes suddenly began using a white background for their display of standalone images.

Rather than all of these various theme creators individually making a choice to begin using a white background for their display of standalone images effective with Firefox 14, I personally suspect that something was changed in Firefox 14 wherein if a theme creator doesn’t specify what color to use when displaying a standalone image, it defaults to white.

In any case, this userstyle, coupled with hex color #232323, seems to do the trick in getting the behavior I’m seeking.