Black background via Windows 10's "High Contrast Theme" ignored
Firefox just updated a few minutes ago, and since the update my background in every website I visit is white. Previously my backgrounds were all black due to my Windows 10 "High Contrast Theme" being activated. Well since the update it seems Firefox "ignores" the Windows Theme settings and overrides them with its own. As far as I can tell, there is no way to make websites display with a black background like they did before the update. I hope this gets fixed.
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Oh nevermind, I figured out how to regain my black backgrounds. Basically the Firefox settings page has a "Colors" option lets you choose the background color and text color, so I just changed it to "black" there. Looks good now, problem solved.
Did you check the override settings in "Settings -> Colors" ?
- Settings -> General: Fonts & Colors -> Colors: "Override the colors specified by the page with your selections above" -> "Only with High Contrast themes"
Note that modifying the default colors like you did can cause issues with websites that only modify one of the color settings (text or background) and assume a default or the other what can cause text on a website to become invisible (text and background color are the same).