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How do I make my browser background theme cover the whole screen?

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Hello,

I've been searching for days for information on how to get my browser background wallpaper theme to cover the whole screen with no luck.

My themes (wallpaper) list is under "menu", "add-ons", "appearance".

I looked thru the "complete themes" list for the one I wanted to enlarge but it wasn't listed.

The theme I want full size is: "Horror icon line up" by Redledbetter. If that developer has a link for a full size version I would really appreciate getting it.

Thank you in advance.

Hello, I've been searching for days for information on how to get my browser background wallpaper theme to cover the whole screen with no luck. My themes (wallpaper) list is under "menu", "add-ons", "appearance". I looked thru the "complete themes" list for the one I wanted to enlarge but it wasn't listed. The theme I want full size is: "Horror icon line up" by Redledbetter. If that developer has a link for a full size version I would really appreciate getting it. Thank you in advance.

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Hi   !
You could try and and ask the developer   .......
Who knows:   might even make him happy knowing that you like his theme so much   !

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https://addons.mozilla.org/En-us/firefox/addon/horror-icon-line-up/

That is a light-weight theme, formerly known as Personas. The image is intended for the Firefox user interface [UI] only; toolbar area and the Add-on bar if you have an extension installed to restore the Add-on bar. Does not affect the content area where website content is displayed.

To get more coverage you need a Complete theme. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/complete-themes/ Sounds like you have already looked thru what's currently available. Unfortunately the trend in recent years has moved away from complete themes, which require far more work to create than a light-weight theme, which is basically a background image. And complete themes may require updating frequently as Firefox is update; "we" lost many complete theme developers a few years ago who "jumped ship" to SeaMonkey due to new lmits on complete themes and the amount of work needed to keep their themes up to date since the Australis was introduced with Firefox 29.