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Make screen Colors Darker....grey and light blue hard to see

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I enjoy features on Firefox and Mobile Me however, your color scheme is difficult for me to see. the Grey and the light blue do not show up enough for me to view easily. Is there a way to change this?

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You can use the NoSquint extension to set font sizes (text/page zoom) and text colors on web pages.

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You can use the NoSquint extension to set font sizes (text/page zoom) and text colors on web pages.

PReinie 0 solutions 10 answers

Both Firefox and NoSquint appear to use the same color palette for background. How do I change the individual colors, or better, add on colors to the palette? A color wheel would help so I don't have to enter RGBs, but I can live with either. BTW, I don't see a manual for NoSquint. Did I miss it somewhere?

PReinie 0 solutions 10 answers

I found the online help here: https://urandom.ca/nosquint/help.php, but nothing about adding/changing colors in the palette was found. Also, I needed to view more on a web page and exited the NoSquint status bar at the bottom of the page. How do I get it back?

PReinie 0 solutions 10 answers

I found the "status" bar. It is actually called the Add On Bar in Firefox. Go to view > Toolbar > Add-on bar (ensure this is checked).