After updating to Windows10, it became difficult to locate the scroll bar in File Explorer and all windows programs/apps. Although the default background has always been … (čítať viac)
After updating to Windows10, it became difficult to locate the scroll bar in File Explorer and all windows programs/apps. Although the default background has always been white, there was some changes made that made locating and using the scrollbar difficult. The scrollbar colors were made lighter, even when triggered.
With each Win10 update, the scroll bar became increasingly difficult to locate and use. For some reason M$ loves to offer updates and make changes to things that work just fine. Regardless, M$ offered little assistance other than some limited registry hacks which did not really help, or to select a High Contrast theme. Therefore, did as suggested and selected a picture for my desktop wallpaper although the High Contrast Theme causes other issues. Firefox has always looked and worked fine until the Windows update to 2004.
Selecting a dark theme in Windows permits me to see the scroll bar in File Explorer although the background in the Navigation pane cannot be changed from white. The Preview and details pane backgrounds are black; most other colors are restricted and cannot be modified. The scrollbar in FF has never been an issue.
However, since the OS system theme overrode the FF default theme and caused some color changes and issues, I enabled the dark theme for FF and for the most part, it works. Although when moving the cursor over any of the navigational icons ( Back, Forward, Home), any of the icons on the far right in the url window, or any add-on icon, either the font is black or the background behind the description font (ex: Cache Cleaner, Translate Web Page, etc) is black and prevents the title description from being viewed. As of this time I have not succeeded in changing either the font color or the background color behind the font.
Is there anyway for the font color for the icon title description to be changed just to white or a light gray, perhaps in about:config? Changing colors in the registry at Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop\Colors does not work.
FYI, been using FF for years, back to the Netscape days, but lost my login and password with an old e-mail address that is now defunct, so although this is a different Mozilla account, I am not a new member.
Thanx in advance.