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Right click menus are transparent, even in Safe Mode. Other menus are fine.
When I right click on a webpage, all of the menu backgrounds are transparent and I can see the webpage beneath the menu. I can still use the menus because text and borders still appear.
The transparency problem is limited to those menus; drop down menus, the toolbar, and main menu item backgrounds are normal.
The menus are clear everytime Firefox starts, on every page, regardless of whether its in Safe Mode. Please help, thanks!
Every time Firefox opened
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Whoops forgot the bookmarks toolbar is transparent too.
I'm seeing the same problem with firefox 4.02b I'm running ubuntu 10.04. Dialog boxes and drop down menus are simply outlined. There is no text, no controls, nothing, just a transparent outline. Firefox 3.6.8 is not having this problem and works correctly. }
I tried to bring up Firefox 4 in safe-mode but I cannot responded to transparent dialog box that comes up asking me if I want to disable plugins etc (there is not text or control to respond to).
In my opinion Firefox 4 is useless until this is fixed.
I attached a screenshot of the right-click menu. The toolbar menus look the same-transparent background with visible borders and text.
While the bug is (hopefully) being sorted out, if anyone can suggest an alternative Firefox version that would be great. The problem still exists in 3.6.8.
same issue with LastPass on Firefox 4 nightly build from Aug 12.
I have had this problem, it was happening in thunderbird too. Just realised with a change of theme, if I change back to default theme the right click menu background has reappeared.
I use 'Office Black' theme on both programs, this started when the themes updated recently, hopefully it gets sorted and next update fixes the problem.
I'm using FF 12.0a1 x64 and the menus are almost impossible to see, I'm using FT Deep Dark 2.8 as I like It better than the way too bright stock appearance. I did find a work around though and that is GlassMyFox 1.0.5, the menus show up somewhat better, But there are two caveats: One must be using Vista/Win7(x32 or x64) and one must be using Aero Glass or this extension won't work.