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How to change colour of default themes without using addons or 'net access

Rob
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HI I am using firefox 70.0.1, build 20191108022956 on Windows 7 (yuck) on an intranet without external net access nor the ability to install any addins.

How can I change the colour of the Menu bar , or better, change the colours used by the out of the box themes ?

(I used to configure lightweightThemes.recommendedThemes and lightweightThemes.usedThemes but that no longer seems to work)

Thanks in advance

HI I am using firefox 70.0.1, build 20191108022956 on Windows 7 (yuck) on an intranet without external net access nor the ability to install any addins. How can I change the colour of the Menu bar , or better, change the colours used by the out of the box themes ? (I used to configure lightweightThemes.recommendedThemes and lightweightThemes.usedThemes but that no longer seems to work) Thanks in advance

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Hi Rob, do you know whether you can create a userChrome.css file to override built-in styles? It needs to be present before you start Firefox in order to be read at startup*.

A good site to get custom style rule requests fulfilled is:

https://www.reddit.com/r/FirefoxCSS/

I have a general site about userChrome.css files here:

https://www.userchrome.org/

* In Firefox 69 and later, a preference change in about:config (or prefs.js / user.js) also is needed for Firefox to load the file at startup.

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Hi Rob, do you know whether you can create a userChrome.css file to override built-in styles? It needs to be present before you start Firefox in order to be read at startup*.

A good site to get custom style rule requests fulfilled is:

https://www.reddit.com/r/FirefoxCSS/

I have a general site about userChrome.css files here:

https://www.userchrome.org/

* In Firefox 69 and later, a preference change in about:config (or prefs.js / user.js) also is needed for Firefox to load the file at startup.

Hi Rob, do you know whether you can create a userChrome.css file to override built-in styles? It needs to be present before you start Firefox in order to be read at startup*. A good site to get custom style rule requests fulfilled is: https://www.reddit.com/r/FirefoxCSS/ I have a general site about userChrome.css files here: https://www.userchrome.org/ ''* In Firefox 69 and later, a preference change in about:config (or prefs.js / user.js) also is needed for Firefox to load the file at startup.''
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Many thanks for the quick reply !

I will try out your solution

Many thanks for the quick reply ! I will try out your solution
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Using the userChrome.css solution did exactly what I need . Thanks for the tip.

I run multiple Firefox profiles to manage different dev/test environments and I like to colour code the windows to reduce risk of doing things to the wrong environment...

Using the userChrome.css solution did exactly what I need . Thanks for the tip. I run multiple Firefox profiles to manage different dev/test environments and I like to colour code the windows to reduce risk of doing things to the wrong environment...
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