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|User since||July 3, 2011|
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Some of us just want to see the website-- not have our eyeballs blasted by riotous color everytime we click to another page-- Trying to read with all that color blazing at me makes it hard on the eyes...especially when you're older. Please consider an extra true 'Global' setting that can kill ALL color for ALL tabs in the browser. The current 'ALL TABS' is an Instance by Instance function. When I click a new link inside the same website-- the Color BLAZES back again. Now I have to click the No Color button EVERY TIME I click a link.With the 2.8 version, I could turn on the color when I needed to or wanted to. Now I'm at the mercy of the color-crazed webmaster again.
UPDATE-- The add-on now behaves in a global fashion once I restart Firefox. But if I attempt to turn color back 'on' for a website-- it may go back to being 'instance by instance'. The Addon button doesn't turn green like it used to in 2.8, which made me toggle back and forth to see if it was working.
This is great little gem of an add-on. I can't take the glare of WHITE, WHITE, BLAZING-WHITE webpages and normally set Firefox to override the colors-- but every now and again, I navigate toa Bank Website or some other website where a necessary button is only visible when the page displays in the webpage's colors. Now I just toggle the green color icon on the bottom and zoom about my business as before.
No. . .you can't do no-color on a Tab by Tab basis, but toggling it on & off at need is more than sufficient.