hoppel wrote:I really like some of the new Elyssa color schemes. Right now I'm using a modified "Wildmint" and I'm quite satisfied. But there's still one annoying thing: some used dark colors are used by various software in a way that makes it hard to use. One positive example would be OpenOffice, which is influenced but offers the opportunity to modify the colors inside the program. Otherwise You'd have a dark grey page to write on.
The negative example seems to be Firefox, where some switches are shown in dark grey with light grey fonts on it. It's very difficult to read because of the low contrast. Therefore I'm searching for a solution which enhances that contrast. I think it's difficult to find a solution for that very skin, but maybe there's a possibility inside Firefox as it is inside OpenOffice?
in firefox, click on edit at the top and select preferences. click on the content tab, and under fonts & colours, click colours. you should be able to change the setings to your pleasure.]
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