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Eyes tires after update firefox

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Hi, I update my firefox 56.0 to 66.0 and later to firefox 68.0. And now I feel how my eyes tired! I see that colors is more contrast and fonts is more bright. Something changes in show settings and it is very bad for my eyes! Help me please, how can I fix it?

Hi, I update my firefox 56.0 to 66.0 and later to firefox 68.0. And now I feel how my eyes tired! I see that colors is more contrast and fonts is more bright. Something changes in show settings and it is very bad for my eyes! Help me please, how can I fix it?
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leetp4nd4 1 solutions 7 answers

Hello! I think it will be good to 1)Change the look of firefox (how to do this you can see there=> https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/use-themes-change-look-of-firefox#w_troubleshooting) 2)change the brightness of your display 3)Download some screen filters for eyes in Internet

Hello! I think it will be good to 1)Change the look of firefox (how to do this you can see there=> https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/use-themes-change-look-of-firefox#w_troubleshooting) 2)change the brightness of your display 3)Download some screen filters for eyes in Internet
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1) I use black themes 2) Why? I have problem with firefox only. Please, help me return show settings or fix this problem

1) I use black themes 2) Why? I have problem with firefox only. Please, help me return show settings or fix this problem
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Ryan 0 solutions 1 answers

You can modify the display options in Firefox, such as background colors, fonts, etc.

Options > General > Language and Appearance > Colours and make sure you selected "Always" in the drop list.

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You can modify the display options in Firefox, such as background colors, fonts, etc. Options > General > Language and Appearance > Colours and make sure you selected "Always" in the drop list. Hope this help
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