The style editor ignores the OS theme, and displays in a weird dark theme instead that doesn’t match with anything. It should look like defined by the OS. (Colors, widget style, fonts, etc)
All the devtools use a different theme to differentiate themselves from the normal Firefox UI. This design is intended.
That is a thing that may be normal on systems like Windows, where there is no consistent UI style anyway. (Since many apps don’t care about it.) But on Linux, this stands out as the only exception, and therefore makes it rather unpleasant. Especially when it’s in stark contrast with everything else. But since those are styled by CSS, and Firefox is open source, I could write a optional patch, correct? (I’d modify the ebuild for Gentoo and add a use flag to enable the patch.)
By the way: I just checked, and the style editor is actually the only one using those dark elements. (If only, because it’s the only thing that has more than the menu and a code editor frame. :)
(In reply to Navid Zamani from comment #3) > By the way: I just checked, and the style editor is actually the only one > using those dark elements. (If only, because it’s the only thing that has > more than the menu and a code editor frame. :) Actually, there is a patch to apply the dark theme to the Web Console, the Page Inspector uses the dark theme. Scratchpad may be a little different as it has less chrome. A theme add-on can change the appearance of the tools. As far as I know, we don't currently plan to bundle in a system native look in the developer tools (I've cc'ed Stephen Horlander who has been managing our user interface).
We now have a light theme too. And all the tools are either all dark or all light. I think that solves the purpose.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 5 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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