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How can I change the menu background color?
I'm running Firefox 62.0 on Linux. I'm using the Light theme, but the menu bar and drop down menus have suddenly changed to dark. How do I get them back to a light background with black text? btw - when it changed, I couldn't read the menus because they were black text on black background. After trying a variety of themes, which didn't affect the menus, somehow they changed to black background with white text, so I can at least read them.
Thanks folks, but it turned out to be something to do with my Linux Mint themes. It fixed itself when I fixed the Linux themes.Read this answer in context 👍 0
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you can switch to another theme as follows:
- Click the menu button and choose Add-ons.
- Switch to the Appearance tab. You should find your previously used personas in the list.
- Find the one you want to use and click the Enable button.
To uninstall the other ones, you can click the Remove button on them and they'll be uninstalled instantly.
For more information about Firefox themes, see the article Use themes to change the look of Firefox.
or see this page:
Thanks, but I can change themes, but they weren't affecting the menus.
Thanks folks, but it turned out to be something to do with my Linux Mint themes. It fixed itself when I fixed the Linux themes.