Fixing Firefox's colors
If you are running Ubuntu with a dark theme and Firefox, you may have noticed that some text entry areas are too light to read. This is because a web developer only set the background and not the foreground color of the text area. When this happens, Firefox picks up the webpage’s background (likely white or something light), and the window manager theme’s text color (likely also white or something light in a dark theme). This means you get stuck reading light grey on white text. The fix is to put:
in your userContent.css file. That file may not exist yet, but you can create it in:
And the next time Firefox starts up, it will use this code to color all inputs, textareas, and select boxes as white with black text.
I still don’t have a fix for all the buttons getting dark text on dark backgrounds.