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Accessibility for extension options pages (color inversion / dark mode)

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I'm visually impaired and use high contrast and dark mode to help see text on the screen. Typically I'm able to use dark mode in my OS, and dark mode in applications. For web pages I use an extension that works really well most of the time. However, some extensions do not have a dark mode or dark theme, and my dark mode extension cannot alter an extension option page (I assume for security reasons)

Is there any way to force dark mode for extension options pages?

I'm visually impaired and use high contrast and dark mode to help see text on the screen. Typically I'm able to use dark mode in my OS, and dark mode in applications. For web pages I use an extension that works really well most of the time. However, some extensions do not have a dark mode or dark theme, and my dark mode extension cannot alter an extension option page (I assume for security reasons) Is there any way to force dark mode for extension options pages?

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Are you using the Dark theme in Firefox as that should support internal about pages as well ?

For more context I'm trying to use FoxyProxy add-on. The settings page takes me here:

moz-extension://2cb0d509-f0d3-4d0a-97c7-da2c562b08a8/about.html?welcome

^ I tried setting background to black and text to white from within firefox settings but that doesn't work. Not sure if I am looking in the right places or not.