Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbird colour schemes

  Peter Lanky 09:16 23 Aug 2018

For years I used the 'Walnut' colour scheme for both Firefox and Thunderbird, but some months ago the scheme became incompatible with Firefox, and now the same has happened with Thunderbird. The reason I used this scheme is because it gave a medium intensity light from the screen rather than dazzling white light. Also in Firefox, the bookmarks sidebar had the colour scheme, and in Thunderbird, the entire page was coloured,

Now when I look for alternatives, only the top bar is coloured, which means the page is very bright. Does anyone know a way around this, either by being aware of a scheme that colours the entire page or at least the sidebar, of maybe there is a setting I am not aware of to apply it to more of the screen than just the top bar?

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