I switched to a dark theme (Dolorean Dark). I like it and I think--it is better for eyes. However I have problems in some web pages. Most pages are intended to be shown on white background. On dark theme form controls have black background and mostly the font is also black, so the content of forms are invisible. I would like to use white theme on web pages in Firefox.
The best solution to tell Firefox that it should use the light theme instead of the dark is by specifying the GTK_THEME variable prior to launching.
So, 4 ways you get for doing this..
1- from terminal you can do:
2- if you hate the terminal and wanna close it once firefox works:
3- from firefox about:config you can set the following setting to false:
WON'T WORK FOR localhost SITES! so if you are a web developer/designer it won't work out that well for you.
4- if you want this to be the defualt behavior:
Just add two lines to the Firefox launcher script located at /usr/lib/firefox/firefox.sh
in the terminal type down:
look at the beginning of the script for this:
and change it to this:
Finally, restart Firefox.
Hope this helps.
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You cannot do anything with it, except changing to a white theme!
EDIT: This is wrong. Please check the below comment given by OP for correct answer