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Firefox logo mostly covered by private browsing symbol. Basically private browsing (mask) means Firefox now?

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Below I show screen shots of the blank page on firefox which has the firefox logo all but diminished under the private browsing mask. It's the same on the start bar but of course much smaller.

It makes it look like the new brand of firefox is the private browsing mask (I am always in that mode except for netflix).

I prefer the firefox logo and I surely don't need to know when I'm in private browsing on the start bar. The home page I don't care about, but I know I'm in private browsing cause the upper area of firefox says private browsing right on the browser itself. I have no idea why we would need be made aware that we're in private browsing, it seems the opposite would be more helpful.

I'm writing because I don't like this new firefox tiny icon with a big purple mask over it. Wanted to let you know.

If you're changing brands or something? To a purple mask? And private browsing isn't all that great.

The image on the left below is the new firefox icon on the start bar. The one on the right is on the blank page which I don't care about at all but it's just a bigger picture.

Who/what is firefox?

I love firefox, but just saying.

Thanks for hearing.

Below I show screen shots of the blank page on firefox which has the firefox logo all but diminished under the private browsing mask. It's the same on the start bar but of course much smaller. It makes it look like the new brand of firefox is the private browsing mask (I am always in that mode except for netflix). I prefer the firefox logo and I surely don't need to know when I'm in private browsing on the start bar. The home page I don't care about, but I know I'm in private browsing cause the upper area of firefox says private browsing right on the browser itself. I have no idea why we would need be made aware that we're in private browsing, it seems the opposite would be more helpful. I'm writing because I don't like this new firefox tiny icon with a big purple mask over it. Wanted to let you know. If you're changing brands or something? To a purple mask? And private browsing isn't all that great. The image on the left below is the new firefox icon on the start bar. The one on the right is on the blank page which I don't care about at all but it's just a bigger picture. Who/what is firefox? I love firefox, but just saying. Thanks for hearing.
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I forgot to note that this change occurred today after updating to version 106.02.

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You can modify this pref.

  • about:config => browser.privatebrowsing.enable-new-logo = false

You can open the about:config page via the location/address bar. On the warning page, you can click "Accept the Risk and Continue"to open about:config.