Firefox was working well - and unfortunately I had forgotten to switch updates off. Now display settings on some pages are really grim from a "not great eyesight and now … (funda kabanzi)
Firefox was working well - and unfortunately I had forgotten to switch updates off. Now display settings on some pages are really grim from a "not great eyesight and now things are tinier" point of view.
I use Protopage (custom home page with news etc) and if you open a second tab, it allows you to have a selection of Icons each with a regularly used link. It still works, but after FF upgraded itself, the image in the tile has shrunk to a fraction of the original size - and is now surrounded by a thick border of white (with rounded edges of course).
Is there a "high vis" option which simply removes wasted white space which seems to have just been added at the expense of clarity?
Is there a way to either revert to a previous version OR to undo the visual messing about they have decided we all must want? If so, please let me know, as this "let's change something to make it harder to see", approach is a bit annoying.
Alas I cannot do a "before" image, but the "after" one is shown, complete with my efforts to explain what has changed.
Any guidance on either reversing the update or switching of the "shrink image and surround with large white border" geratfully received please.