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Bookmarks toolbar appearance changed

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  • Balasan terakhir oleh akihikosama

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I use Dark Fox theme to change my FF appearance to have the whole bookmarks toolbar-tabs-navigation area black, or at least as dark as I can get it.

Yesterday night, the whole area changed to have a gray lines overlay on top of the black theme and became an eyesore. I'm not sure what changed as I didn't touch any settings. Any ideas on how to change it back?

Attached image shows the comparison of what I am talking about.

I use Dark Fox theme to change my FF appearance to have the whole bookmarks toolbar-tabs-navigation area black, or at least as dark as I can get it. Yesterday night, the whole area changed to have a gray lines overlay on top of the black theme and became an eyesore. I'm not sure what changed as I didn't touch any settings. Any ideas on how to change it back? Attached image shows the comparison of what I am talking about.

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Try the CTR extension and look at the setting(s) in the CTR Options/Preferences here:

  • CTR Options > Toolbars (3)

See also:

  • /questions/1106779 Is there a way to get rid of the white/highlighted look of the bookmarks toolbar?
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Here is the image.

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Penyelesaian Terpilih

Try the CTR extension and look at the setting(s) in the CTR Options/Preferences here:

  • CTR Options > Toolbars (3)

See also:

  • /questions/1106779 Is there a way to get rid of the white/highlighted look of the bookmarks toolbar?

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Cor-el, my issue is same as the one you have linked.

I see jscher2000 say "Based on a couple other threads, there is a reduced transparency of the toolbars in Firefox 44 (semi-opaque or translucent appearance", is there a way to manually edit the transparency instead of completely turning it off?

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akihikosama said

is there a way to manually edit the transparency instead of completely turning it off?

This is from the Windows 7 theme The first rule creates a gradient background on the main toolbar that starts off 40% opaque white and fades to transparent (top to bottom). The second rules removes the background on the other bars (not counting the active tab itself).

#nav-bar {
  background-image: linear-gradient(rgba(255,255,255,.4), transparent) !important;
}
#navigator-toolbox > toolbar:not(#toolbar-menubar):not(#TabsToolbar):not(#nav-bar) {
  background-image: none;
}
 

Is that along the lines of what you're looking for??

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jscher2000 said

Is that along the lines of what you're looking for??

Its close. The gradient portion is good, but the Bookmarks bar went back to gray. I have used the completely off transparency for a few hours and am more satisfied with it than the original gradient. :)