- by Firefox user 16911268, 5 days agoRated 5 out of 5The standard "System theme" is supposed to "Follow the operating system setting for buttons, menus, and windows" yet in Firefox 89 it no longer does so. This extension lets me at least manually set Firefox colours to match the OS theme, and visually differentiate between active and inactive Firefox windows.
- by Warrior1, 8 days agoRated 4 out of 5Not 5 stars because it needs improvement, further development, and repair. Setting (Background Tab Text Color) to black changes the colors of the Back-button (I have disabled Proton theme). I had to use a CSS-code to get the Back-button to display the colors I want.
- by SqueakyDeBugger, 9 days agoRated 5 out of 5It's straightforward to use. You can, in real-time, customise the colours of Firefox. It's faster than having to sift through the ugly themes available elsewhere.
- by ProdigalX, 10 days agoRated 3 out of 5Like some of the others, the page does not load for me. So for the moment, useless.
Edit: I don't know why, but I tried loading the page from a different country via a proxy changer and it finally worked. It now also works without the proxy. So if you're having the same problem as I had, try a proxy/VPN server switch.
- by Firefox user 16904913, 10 days agoRated 3 out of 5The new Firefox broke Firefox color, there's a white horizontal line below my tabs, above my address bar, for all dark skinned themes.
I had to manually go fix this by turning on a dark color from "Advanced Color --> ToolBar Top Separator"
- by Firefox user 16902742, 11 days agoRated 3 out of 5I think this addon is great, but there are some changes that could be made. For example, if I change color for one element (e.g. tab background), it also changes colors for other elements as well. As a result it changes colors for the whole theme and user is forced to go through every theme element in order to regain their original theme back. It would be great if I could change one color for one element without the risk of changing colors for other elements at the same time. Although the presets can be a good starting point for customization, a better solution would be to allow user's to use their current theme as a preset. IN SHORT: make user's current theme the starting point for customization and let users change color for one element without the risk of addon changing colors for other elements at the same time.
EDIT: I also think the addon should use new Proton layout for customization (currently using Photon layout).
- by Firefox user 16123298, 12 days agoRated 1 out of 5The writting in the bar uptop are WAY too small ... put some other choices like nature selection and NOT those flashy color that make your head spin ... thank you