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How do I change the color of the drag-bars?
Hello folks, The drag-bars (as I call them).. the bars that appear to the right and the bottom of the screen to scroll or drag the page are white with a very, very faint gray "slider". This is extremely difficult to see. I would like to change their colors to black with a pink or red slider. Perhaps an option on the settings to choose colors for various elements would be nice.
Thank you! ♥
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This is what I see...
Hi, good luck with that. Not easy to do as need to learn usserChrome and find the code. Or can try this : https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/theme-font-size-changer/
Note not all code in one place.
Please let us know if this solved your issue or if need further assistance.
Sorry Pkshadow, The first option only pertains to font. That I can see fine. it is not nearly the same color as the object behind it. The drag-bars or sliders.. are. And that other stuff about "code" and whatever. I see a lot of mentioning of "chrome" I use Firefox. I don't want chrome. Besides it's all gibberish to me.
I really just need a way to convince Mozilla to fix this problem, and make the sliders very much darker.
In the Firefox the "chrome" is any visible aspect aside from the webpages themselves (e.g., toolbars, menu bar, tabs) - the User Interface / UI. Firefox uses the "chrome://" URI protocol to access internal files and uses "chrome" in other cases like userChrome.css and userContent.css files which can be used to modify the UI.
Not to be confused with the Google Chrome web browser. Google hired a few Mozilla developers early on in their development of the open-source Chromium project for use as their new web browser and they decided to use "Chrome" for the Google branded version of Chromium. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chromium_%28web_browser%29