- Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternenvon mrbil, vor 2 JahrenSo, if you could make this remember domains (Reddit, Wikipedia, and such) so I don't have to click it every time I'll send ya money!
Antwort des Entwicklersgeschrieben am vor 2 JahrenIt is "per tab" and not "per domain" and actually it is only meant for temporary use to make websites with bad color design readable.
Maybe what you want is "Stylish" which allows to enable custom styles per domain.
And: I usually don't take money for my open source work.
- Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternenvon Firefox-Benutzer 13507892, vor 3 JahrenNice addon but it seems to mess with icons and some other elements, so I can't have it turned on by default in all new tabs. It would be nice if it were possible to whitelist domains that already have good color schemes.
Also, it took me forever to find the button: it's in the address bar, next to the pocket/bookmark buttons.
edit: no complaints about where the button is, I am just trying to help other people who also do c-f "button" or "find" in the reviews like I did. Thanks for the reply! Unfortunately the other add-on doesn't seem to avoid problems with images, etc and it doesn't have a whitelist feature, so I'll stick with the one that's tab-based!
Antwort des Entwicklersgeschrieben am vor 3 JahrenIt has to be in the address bar as the icon changes depending on the website you visit. This is not easily possible with regular toolbar icons.
Messing with other stuff on websites is a common problem. There is no way around this. Maybe you want to have a look at my other "Toggle website colors" Add-on which uses a Firefox builtin feature and often provides better results. But, of course, it will operate globally and not per tab.
- Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternenvon orangedeal, vor 3 JahrenGreat addon! But I still did not understand how to use it. FF71. Configured the extension itself, the desired colors both in the extension and in the browser, but when I click on a menu item - no changes. Previously, I used toggleDocumentColors and everything was clear there - clicked - my colors - clicked again and the colors from the web page. But the "Toggle Website Colors (Global)" extension works as intended! Help?
Antwort des Entwicklersgeschrieben am vor 3 JahrenPlease move this discussion to the Issue tracker on GitHub. The review system here does not fit for discussing your problem.
The colors, that have to be used by this addon have to be set in the addon's own setting page. The browser settings don't count here.
But for further help, please open an Issue so we can discuss this properly.
- Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternenvon questionnaire, vor 4 JahrenHi. Appreciate the work you're doing with this addon.
I have to agree with itaintmebabe. Add the option to toggle Always with Never (FF Options > Fonts & Colors) by clicking on your button. The problem is, the preset colors don't immediately kick in (there's always a slight delay), and it doesn't work on all pages, like mozilla.com, or FF Options page. Also, if I reload a page, the colors go back to web site colors and then switch to preset colors.
Before switching to FF:Q, I was using toggleDocumentColors addon (https://addons.thunderbird.net/de/seamonkey/addon/toggledocumentcolors-198916/?src=userprofile). The way I had it set up in FF Options (Fonts & Colors) was, I enabled "Use system colors" (dark bluish grey background with bright grey text) and changed the links colors. Then I set the Override the colors specified... to Always. toggleDocumentColors would then switch between page colors and my system colors any time I hit the button.
The pages would not wait for the addon to change colors since the setting is set to Always, and the colors would be changed on any page.
Antwort des Entwicklersgeschrieben am vor 4 JahrenToggling the FF global setting would make the change for *all tabs* and *all windows* which is not what I wanted to have. The goal is to have a way to modify just *one* page (in one tab) which behaves "bad" and needs "color fixing". I don't want to mess with all pages just for a few which are looking bad.
- Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternenvon Firefox-Benutzer 12900266, vor 4 Jahrenwish this had an user definable shortcut key function to toggle, sometimes it takes few on/off to take effect seeing text otherwise hidden
- Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternenvon Firefox-Benutzer 14388396, vor 4 JahrenGreat extension, one that will become very popular with Mac users now that Apple is offering Dark Mode in 10.14.
I agree with zdeefe's comment that website dropdowns and titlebars should be made opaque for better readability.
A keyboard shortcut would be very useful too!
- Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternenvon Firefox-Benutzer 13449675, vor 5 JahrenWorks as advertised. 4 Stars for being effective and simple.
Would be nice if you have a black-list of domains it works on automatically though, so not 5 stars ;)