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" NIGHT MODE " I dont want to see another white page again MY EYES!

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WHY do you have to make the pages white!@ eg: the options and addons ,bookmarks pages! and not let me change them like i used to with stylish. why cant you just add a night mode and stop the damage to my EYES! also where is this option and how can i use it! https://hacks.mozilla.org/2018/07/dark-theme-darkening-better-theming-for-firefox-quantum/

WHY do you have to make the pages white!@ eg: the options and addons ,bookmarks pages! and not let me change them like i used to with stylish. why cant you just add a night mode and stop the damage to my EYES! also where is this option and how can i use it! https://hacks.mozilla.org/2018/07/dark-theme-darkening-better-theming-for-firefox-quantum/

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Malvineous 4 izisombululo 24 izimpendulo
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They did add a night mode!

Click the menu button and choose Customize, at the bottom of the screen change the Theme to 'Dark'.

Unfortunately it doesn't change the default background colour of web pages which is still white, which is not really possible because way too many web pages change the text colour without changing the background colour as well (assuming it will always be white). So if the background colour was black, many web sites would change the text colour to black and leave the background at the default, making the text invisible. Very poor web design but nothing you can really do about it!

They did add a night mode! Click the menu button and choose Customize, at the bottom of the screen change the Theme to 'Dark'. Unfortunately it doesn't change the default background colour of web pages which is still white, which is not really possible because way too many web pages change the text colour without changing the background colour as well (assuming it will always be white). So if the background colour was black, many web sites would change the text colour to black and leave the background at the default, making the text invisible. Very poor web design but nothing you can really do about it!
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Malvineous said

They did add a night mode! Click the menu button and choose Customize, at the bottom of the screen change the Theme to 'Dark'. Unfortunately it doesn't change the default background colour of web pages which is still white, which is not really possible because way too many web pages change the text colour without changing the background colour as well (assuming it will always be white). So if the background colour was black, many web sites would change the text colour to black and leave the background at the default, making the text invisible. Very poor web design but nothing you can really do about it!

Chrome doesn't shows the page in white while loading. Thank god.

I think Firefox need to bring this to a new update. When a user prefer "dark" theme, also everything should be dark too.

''Malvineous [[#answer-1174942|said]]'' <blockquote> They did add a night mode! Click the menu button and choose Customize, at the bottom of the screen change the Theme to 'Dark'. Unfortunately it doesn't change the default background colour of web pages which is still white, which is not really possible because way too many web pages change the text colour without changing the background colour as well (assuming it will always be white). So if the background colour was black, many web sites would change the text colour to black and leave the background at the default, making the text invisible. Very poor web design but nothing you can really do about it! </blockquote> Chrome doesn't shows the page in white while loading. Thank god. I think Firefox need to bring this to a new update. When a user prefer "dark" theme, also everything should be dark too.