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How to remove white background from rendering images?

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Hi, I'm a big fan of dark mode and avoiding bright screens. When Chrome begins to load an image slowly, generally it has a transparent background. Is there a way to remove this white loading screen in Firefox and make it transparent, or at least make it black or something? Having a big white block show up on screen is bad for your eyes. Thanks.

Hi, I'm a big fan of dark mode and avoiding bright screens. When Chrome begins to load an image slowly, generally it has a transparent background. Is there a way to remove this white loading screen in Firefox and make it transparent, or at least make it black or something? Having a big white block show up on screen is bad for your eyes. Thanks.

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Dropa said

That is a default site issue or you will have to use mods like userChrome.css that by default Firefox doesn't provide support for and that comes from sites that creates userChrome.css edits on. Also this is Firefox not Chrome if this is Chrome then it need to be posted to a Chrome forum to respond to this question. If the site uses dark mode there nothing Firefox can do to change what the site uses. So if Firefox themes doesn't change the looks then this is site related that should be asked of the site itself about the dark theme it uses.

This does not seem to be a site issue, it happens on every site. I have not altered userChrome.css at all, if you could point me to something that fixes this I'd appreciate it.

I am not using this with Chrome, I clarified that this is an issue in Firefox, I just wish Firefox was like Chrome because Chrome does not have issues like this in darkmode.