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When "allow pages to choose their own colors, instead of my selections above" is un-checked in the options menu, I am unable to see images on websites. How do I maintain having the box un-checked and still view images?
I recently decided to switch the colors around in Firefox. I work in a pretty dark environment and having dark colored text on white or bright backgrounds is rather difficult on my eyes in the dark.
I switched the background to a dark gray, the text to a light gray and both visited and unvisited links to a light blue. Along with these changes, I unchecked the "allow pages to choose their own colors, instead of my selections above" box.
After unchecking the box, I am no longer able to view images on many websites. The images all turn gray - as if Firefox has changed their image into part of the background. When I check the box, I am able to see images fine, however, the websites usually revert back to their bright backgrounds with dark text.
Any help and assistance with this is greatly appreciated! Thank you!
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You can use the NoSquint extension to set font sizes (text/page zoom) and text colors on web pages.
That addon works perfectly! Exactly what I was looking for. Thank you! =]