Firefox: how to change the color of the nagevador | Browsers

Firefox: how to change the color of the nagevador | Browsers

Firefox now lets you choose a color to customize the browser interface. The functionality is not part of the standard application settings. To use it, I need to access the Firefox Test Pilot website, Mozilla's testing program open to all users interested in testing new features. On the website, you can find the exclusive Firefox Color extension for download. It allows users to change colors of icons, the toolbar, the search bar and other points in the browser interface.

To learn how to install and use Firefox Color to change the color of the Firefox interface, follow the step by step below.

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Step 1. Access the following link through Firefox (testpilot.firefox) and select the option "Install Test Pilot & Enable Color";

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When installing the Test Pilot extension in Firefox Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa

Step 2. In the window that opens, choose "Add" so that the extension is activated in the browser;

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When installing the Test Pilot extension in Firefox Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa

Step 3. To continue, press the "OK" button;

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After installing the Test Pilot extension on Firefox Photo: Reproduction / Marvin Costa

Step 4. Tap "Add" to install the "Firefox Color" extension;

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When to add the extensive Firefox Color in Firefox Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa

Step 4. You will be redirected to the Firefox Color configuration screen. To continue, press the "Next" button until the instructions for use are finished;

Home screen of the Firefox Color tool in the Firefox browser Photo: Reproduo / Marvin CostaHome screen of the Firefox Color tool in the Firefox browser Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa

Home screen of the Firefox Color tool in the Firefox browser Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa

Step 5. At this point, the color setting screen will be displayed. The balloons indicate points in the browser interface that can change their colors. Select one of these balloons to see the options;

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Action to start editing colors in the Firefox interface Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa

Step 6. Use the color tool to determine the tone of an interface element. In this example, we changed the colors of the cones and the toolbar. You can continue to edit colors from other locations, such as the search bar, for example;

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Firefox Color Configuration Screen Photo: Reproduction / Marvin Costa

Step 7. When finished, confirm your changes in "Save" to save the new colors in the Firefox interface.

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When to save new colors chosen for the Firefox interface Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa

Ready. That done, Firefox will always start with the colors you choose in details of the interface.