Did you know that Firefox has a little hidden secret under the hood? It has a very nice minimal theme that comes in light and dark versions.
Update: The config setting is gone. However, this extension will help. It only works with dark mode though.
To enable it, open Firefox and type about:config in address bar and hit enter.
More than likely you’ll get a warning and just say that you’ll be careful.
Once you’re in, enter browser.devedition.theme.enabled in the config search box and then double-click it to enable it.
Firefox’s minimal theme should now be enabled. If it’s not the color you want, type devtools.theme in the config search box, double-click on it, and switch the value from light to dark or vice versa.
That’s it. Enjoy the minimal, beautiful version of Firefox!
To un-do the changes, just go back into the config and double-click on browser.devedition.theme.enabled.
This works in the latest version of Firefox. I’ve done it on the Mac, and I’m pretty sure it’ll work on Windows too. Linux? Why not?
Sorry to bug you but Firefox 42.0 on Mac OSX doesnt show that pref in about:config.
devtools.theme is there but not browser.devedition.theme.enabled.
Any suggestions ?
They keep changing things. There’s an extension now that can enable it.
Thank you very much !!!!!!
Thanks a lot !