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My Firefox scrollbar colors not Linux system defaults. Change?

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The green button to add troubleshooting information couldn't find what I was looking for, and upon my return I need to rewrite my post. Drat!

I asked this once before, for Firefox does not follow the system default color scheme. See the attachment. Now running 65.0.1, and according to Mozilla article on CSS Scrollbars,, this is supported since version 64. But this also looks more like something I put in my website to color your Firefox scrollbars, not affect my own Firefox systemwide.

My scrollbar style is MY property, and I don't believe web authors have any business changing them to their liking, No website of mine will change my visitors' scrollbars.

The question I have is, how and where can I make changes to reverse the color scheme of my Firefox to match the rest of my system?

I searched "scrollbars" in about:config and found a bunch of entries applied by a deprecated extension that is no longer around: They start with "extensions.noiascrollbars-extension." I assume these could be removed, but they are causing no harm that I am aware of because the scrollbars are just as they were before the extension was used.

Running Linux Mint 17.3 (due for a 19.1 DVD!). IBM System X3200 Server 64bit.

Thank you.