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Color of inactive tabs different from Pale moon

Unread postby Ozzed » Thu, 15 Mar 2018, 12:37

Hi!

I use the gray theme and for now the "classic theme restorer" addon since I don't know if Bassilisk is planned to support tabs on bottom, a must have feature for me. Below I have attacked two images so you can see the difference. I am wondering if there is a way to make the inactive tabs in Bassilisk look the same as in Pale Moon? As you can see from the images it is considerably darker as it is now and it makes it hard for me to see. I am visually impaired.

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Re: Color of inactive tabs different from Pale moon

Unread postby gcgriswold » Sun, 18 Mar 2018, 14:31

Hi-

You may find some some of the tab options helpful in the extension: "Classic Theme Restorer", which will run in Basilisk. Good Luck.

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Re: Color of inactive tabs different from Pale moon

Unread postby New Tobin Paradigm » Sun, 18 Mar 2018, 18:56

So what's your point?

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Re: Color of inactive tabs different from Pale moon

Unread postby MGA74 » Sun, 18 Mar 2018, 19:39

Perhaps New Tobin Paradigm should read the original post?

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Re: Color of inactive tabs different from Pale moon

Unread postby New Tobin Paradigm » Sun, 18 Mar 2018, 20:00

Well if you searched the forum you can use a userChrome hack or see if you can get the developer of the extension to change it for you.. Why do you think we have anything to do with how an extension styles things.

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Re: Color of inactive tabs different from Pale moon  Topic is solved

Unread postby tpcsanh » Mon, 19 Mar 2018, 16:36

Ozzed - following gcgriswold's lead, open Classic Theme Restorer's options. Click on Tabs (in the left panel). Click on the Color & text appearance tab. Click on the default tab. Enable the Background setting. Adjust the colors accordingly. Any changes will be displayed in real time.

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Re: Color of inactive tabs different from Pale moon

Unread postby Ozzed » Wed, 21 Mar 2018, 16:47

New Tobin Paradigm wrote:Well if you searched the forum you can use a userChrome hack or see if you can get the developer of the extension to change it for you.. Why do you think we have anything to do with how an extension styles things.


Since I haven't had to use an extension to get tabs on bottom to work with Pale Moon, and the styling looked fine out of the box for the theme I'm using, I haven't really considered that the extension would handle styling. I thought the theme handled that.

tpcsanh wrote:Ozzed - following gcgriswold's lead, open Classic Theme Restorer's options. Click on Tabs (in the left panel). Click on the Color & text appearance tab. Click on the default tab. Enable the Background setting. Adjust the colors accordingly. Any changes will be displayed in real time.


Thank you. That fixed my issue. I was able to print screen it, use color picker in paint, then covert the decimal value to hexadecimal and then input that value into the relevant color field, and now it looks the way I am used to.

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Re: Color of inactive tabs different from Pale moon

Unread postby SpockFan02 » Thu, 22 Mar 2018, 09:08

Ozzed wrote:... I was able to print screen it, use color picker in paint, then covert the decimal value to hexadecimal and then input that value into the relevant color field, and now it looks the way I am used to.
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