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dark mode will never stay dark mode, it even comes up white
make the dark mode come up in dark mode.
Even this page of yours is light not dark. I is not dark, but the mode is set to dark and the add on is set to dark.
if you cannot solve this then take away the dark mode that you pretend to have.
perhaps i should remove the dark mode add on, and use just the firefox built in one only. currenly both firefox and the firefox addon are set to dark and it keeps changing google.com to white when google settings are set to dark, then firefox turns off google dark mode and makes it white.
the version data you state below is correct. 107.0.1 win 10
it is now time to give up on firefox and use edge since their programmers are trained and professionals. your programmers can be anyone, which in fact make it the least secure browser. after 107 versions you still don't get it right. you don't really have a dark mode you should actually test your software.
google is my homepage and its setting is set to dark mode, but when firefox which is also set to dark mode always google comes up immediately in white mode and the google setting has been changed by firefox to google's white mode. stop changing google's mode, you do not have the right to do this. if I open a second tab it may up dark, it is not consistent.
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Hi Dennis, this support site does not have a dark mode. Sorry. Add-ons are not allowed to inject scripts into certain Mozilla sites because this would give them elevated privileges to access certain internal information hidden from normal websites and add-ons. So let's focus on other sites, since I assume you don't really use this one very often.
Did you select Dark on the Settings page, Web Appearance section: Change website appearance settings in Firefox?
That should help with sites that offer alternate light and dark spreadsheets based on browser settings. On Google, if you have it set to Automatic for Light/Dark, after making a change in Firefox you may need to do a hard reload of the page (Shift+click the Reload button or click Ctrl+Shift+R to bypass the cached files and do a fresh retrieval) to get that working.
For sites that do not offer Firefox a choice of light and dark style sheets, and which do not have a convenient setting, unfortunately you would still need to use an add-on such as Dark Reader (https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/darkreader/).