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Dark / black firefox themes that work with OSX?

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I can't seem to find any out there that are compatible with firefox for OSX...

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Its not black but FoxDie is very popular for Firefox on OSX.

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Your best bet is to use a dark Personas theme or a Personas theme with a plain color and then tweak it to be dark if not already - and then use Personas Expression to get the font colors right. I've often used Personas Expression addon to get a stylized Personas theme, especially the dark ones. Often the font colors for text just isn't correct on OS X.

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Try this one.

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Try this one.

I use to like that theme until the drop down history bar got changed from black and grey to white and blue

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https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ft-deepdark/?src=cb-dl-users

"FT DeepDark" is a theme that has been created to transform the look of Firefox for Windows users. It has been specially designed for Seven, but rendering is relatively accurate on XP and Linux (I can t test it on MAC, but for those who would like to try it anyway on that platform, you can force download and once the package downloaded on your computer, you can try to install it manually by draggind it into the addon manager). It contains no added functionalities, it's simply a full Firefox's GUI customization.

This one may work.

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I use to like that theme until the drop down history bar got changed from black and grey to white and blue

You mean like this? You can change it like this. Check instructions here.

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wow thanks ^

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