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    Colors, fonts of Firefiox top bars

    How can I change the background and font sizes of the toolbar and menu bar?

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    There's an add-on from the Firefox store called Theme Font & Size Changer. I've not used it so I can't comment on it's efficacy. If you go to the add-ons page and the appearance tab, you can enter font size you'll get a number of choices.
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    thankyouthankyouthankyou

    For the record, it's simple and efficient.

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    Access,

    Great little add-on made my Pale Moon top items much easier to read, especially the BOLD option!.

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    No probs guys! It's funny how we can assume that what we know is common knowledge, but can often not be so. I thought this so obvious that I nearly didn't respond. Same on another thread - removing ads on Win 10. I thought it was obvious but apparently not.

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