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Hi, I would like to update to the newest firefox but you do not seem to have it so that I can have my sidebar as black background with white text. Are you going to fix this?

I sit in a dark room and the BRIGHT bar on the side just blinds me!

Whats up with not doing this so other 3rd party's can make their augmentations like before the "NEW" Firefox?

I have attached a picture of the way I like it.

Robert

P.S. i'm not interested in fixing this with css scripts if it cannot be done intelligently by itself i'm still stuck so suggesting that course will not work.

Hi, I would like to update to the newest firefox but you do not seem to have it so that I can have my sidebar as black background with white text. Are you going to fix this? I sit in a dark room and the BRIGHT bar on the side just blinds me! Whats up with not doing this so other 3rd party's can make their augmentations like before the "NEW" Firefox? I have attached a picture of the way I like it. Robert P.S. i'm not interested in fixing this with css scripts if it cannot be done intelligently by itself i'm still stuck so suggesting that course will not work.
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Shadow110 1072 solutions 14836 answers

Hi, guess you are stuck as this is done by userChrome css. and will continue to be as using it as all you need to do is Copy/Paste code that you can use to configure Firefox in 235million or so ways; which is far more than add-ons can do. It is also less weight to install these things into Firefox when most people will not use it.

Thank You for Contact Firefox Support.

Hi, guess you are stuck as this is done by userChrome css. and will continue to be as using it as all you need to do is Copy/Paste code that you can use to configure Firefox in 235million or so ways; which is far more than add-ons can do. It is also less weight to install these things into Firefox when most people will not use it. *https://www.userchrome.org/what-is-userchrome-css.html Thank You for Contact Firefox Support.

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Seems like there would be someone with another solution than the above, but maybe none of the programmers who work on content for older versions can make an auto install version of it.

oh well, maybe someday someone will.

Thanks anyways.

Seems like there would be someone with another solution than the above, but maybe none of the programmers who work on content for older versions can make an auto install version of it. oh well, maybe someday someone will. Thanks anyways.
Shadow110 1072 solutions 14836 answers
Hi, if you want the code it is in this : *https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1203727 *https://www.howtogeek.com/334716/how-to-customize-firefoxs-user-interface-with-userchrome.css/ *https://www.userchrome.org/ *https://www.reddit.com/r/FirefoxCSS/

Question owner

I don't see what that code will do me, I'm sure you can tell me where to "Stick it"...lol

I don't see what that code will do me, I'm sure you can tell me where to "Stick it"...lol
Shadow110 1072 solutions 14836 answers

Please read the URL's there are step by step pictures in 1st, 2nd URL gloss over 1st page move to the 2nd page Firefox has a reddit page where you can find code for other things. Can always ask here but is not a top priority to get to but the maker of one of the URL's is a Contributor here.

It is nothing more than make a folder with the right name, make a notepad.txt and copy and paste the code into and rename the file so it's extension is css, make sure you have View all File extensions turned on so do not name it .css.txt, Put it in the Folder you made. Start Firefox up.

Please read the URL's there are step by step pictures in 1st, 2nd URL gloss over 1st page move to the 2nd page Firefox has a reddit page where you can find code for other things. Can always ask here but is not a top priority to get to but the maker of one of the URL's is a Contributor here. It is nothing more than make a folder with the right name, make a notepad.txt and copy and paste the code into and rename the file so it's extension is css, make sure you have View all File extensions turned on so do not name it .css.txt, Put it in the Folder you made. Start Firefox up.