Pretraži podršku

Izbjegni prevare podrške. Nikad te nećemo tražiti da nas nazoveš, da nam pošalješ telefonski broj ili da podijeliš osobne podatke. Prijavi sumnjive radnje pomoću opcije „Prijavi zlouporabu”.

Learn More

One Sync Account - Want a different Theme for Release and Developer Edition

  • 3 odgovora
  • 2 imaju ovaj problem
  • 21 prikaz
  • Posljednji odgovor od chris-c-thomas

more options

I'm recently returning to Firefox after using Chrome for quite some time. I wish to use the regular release for my daily browsing and the developer edition for my dev work.

I use one sync account and for the most part I want to have all the same settings across the board. I do however want the regular release to use 'Compact Light' theme and the developer edition to use 'Compact Dark' theme. Currently, the sync seems to apply the last used add-on theme for whichever browser I'm using. Sometimes it seems to work though but maybe the sync hadn't been applied yet.

I usually run both browsers side by side so I want to be able to distinguish them easier. Is there a setting in the config file that I can update to not sync the theme preference?

Thanks!

Izabrano rješenje

For add-on themes (lightweight themes, not full themes), these preferences in about:config look relevant but I haven't experimented:

  • services.sync.prefs.sync.lightweightThemes.selectedThemeID (default: true -- try false?)
  • services.sync.prefs.sync.lightweightThemes.usedThemes (default: true)

I don't know whether these apply to any bundled/built-in themes.

Pročitaj ovaj odgovor u kontekstu 👍 2

Svi odgovori (3)

more options

Odabrano rješenje

For add-on themes (lightweight themes, not full themes), these preferences in about:config look relevant but I haven't experimented:

  • services.sync.prefs.sync.lightweightThemes.selectedThemeID (default: true -- try false?)
  • services.sync.prefs.sync.lightweightThemes.usedThemes (default: true)

I don't know whether these apply to any bundled/built-in themes.

more options

jscher2000 said

For add-on themes (lightweight themes, not full themes), these preferences in about:config look relevant but I haven't experimented:
  • services.sync.prefs.sync.lightweightThemes.selectedThemeID (default: true -- try false?)
  • services.sync.prefs.sync.lightweightThemes.usedThemes (default: true)
I don't know whether these apply to any bundled/built-in themes.

Hmm let me try that. Setting it to false should force it to not sync and hopefully not change themes between browsers and devices.

more options

That seems to have done it. Thank you!