- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 15088835, 3 years agoThe color picker and the examples aren't anywhere near accurate. I can still do what I want by watching the actual browser change colors, but the add-on should be fixed since it isn't right, and just like with everything else these days, if a person would test what they make before they call it done, there would be a lot more satisfied people.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Tubelerczyk, 3 years agoAfter exporting, the add-in does not have the correct structure. The XPI file contains only two files: "manifest.json" and "0.png". The exported theme has an incorrect design and cannot be installed.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Nova, 3 years agoCool way to customize the tabs/top bar colors, but disregards previously existing theme you may have. This makes sense, but it removed the dark theme from the about:newtab page. Plus, a new instance loads with the last theme in use before flashing over to your custom theme. In all, cool idea, but needs work.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Beekiller, 4 years agoTrying to upload the themes created results in error messages: "This theme LWT alias is deprecated.
Warning: See https://mzl.la/2T11Lkc (MDN Docs) for more information."
A bit silly for it to have conflicts with the features it was intended for.
- Rated 3 out of 5by olba, 4 years agoThe add-on offers very comprehensive customization, as far as controlling colours of things goes. However, throughout my usage I've noticed two flaws:
1. The default about:newtab page colour is forced to a white background with any theme. If the add-on is going to change it, then that should be part of the customization.
2. Clicking the add-on icon will automatically turn on a theme. The add-on shouldn't do this, instead doing nothing until a user saves the theme.
- Rated 3 out of 5by PERCE-NEIGE, 4 years agoIt's good for changing the color easily, if you don't want to use theme. But I prefer themes (not only because themes have images). I'm afraid this experiment will replace themes in the future. When you vote for this extension, be aware Firefox already has this idea in mind.