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Firefox 100.0 - "Forced" dark mode

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As from v100.0, Firefox allows users to "set their preferred color schemes for websites".

Ironically, this does not addresses complaints from users, including me, who wish for a consistent Light theme all across Firefox.

Even if "Web site appearance" is set as Light, the following still remain dark:

  • Background of main drop-down menu (Containing "Sync and save data", "New tab", "Print", "Settings", etc)
  • Background of right-click menu (Containing the refresh icon, "Save page as", "View page source", etc)
  • Background of "Please enter primary password" menu
  • Background of auto-filled user name and password menus
  • Background of elements in a bookmark folder
  • Background of Downloads menu
  • Background of Print menu
  • Background of "Clear all history" menu
  • Background of "Find on this page" menu
  • Background of "You are about to close X tabs" warning menu
  • Colour of title bar for "About Mozilla Firefox" window, when the window is not currently active

Being able to set "browser.theme.toolbar-theme" permanently as 2 would fix all of the above, but users are still (Note: Since v96.0, when this complaint was raised) prevented from doing so. Why?

As from v100.0, Firefox allows users to "set their preferred color schemes for websites". Ironically, this does not addresses complaints from users, including me, who wish for a consistent Light theme all across Firefox. Even if "Web site appearance" is set as Light, the following still remain dark: * Background of main drop-down menu (Containing "Sync and save data", "New tab", "Print", "Settings", etc) * Background of right-click menu (Containing the refresh icon, "Save page as", "View page source", etc) * Background of "Please enter primary password" menu * Background of auto-filled user name and password menus * Background of elements in a bookmark folder * Background of Downloads menu * Background of Print menu * Background of "Clear all history" menu * Background of "Find on this page" menu * Background of "You are about to close X tabs" warning menu * Colour of title bar for "About Mozilla Firefox" window, when the window is not currently active Being able to set "browser.theme.toolbar-theme" permanently as 2 would fix all of the above, but users are still (Note: Since v96.0, when this complaint was raised) prevented from doing so. Why?

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Hi

I am going to close this thread as it appears to be a duplicate of:

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1363842