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Message 1901612 - Posted: 18 Nov 2017, 0:41:35 UTC

OK - For those that previously used Color-That-Site Add-On in FF; now that FF Quantum has taken over, Color-That-Site is NO LONGER COMPATIBLE... :-( (Neither is Password Exporter...)

I have spent the last 2 Hours searching for a suitable replacement for Color-That-Site and stumbled across ReColor. Just Install the ReColor Add-On, hit OK and Add at every Prompt from FF, and upon completion of Install, go back to your SETI@Home Tab(s) and hit Reload.

The Page will load in its standard colors for about 1-5 Seconds, and THEN ReColor automatically kicks in and changes the ENTIRE Site!!! I didn't have to manually manipulate ANY of the colors. New scheme with ReColor seems to have lightened up the background from the deep black to a dark teal. Bars are now gray, Text is white. Click on ANY Thread, same thing --- the Page will load in standard colors at first, and then automatically change to the ReColor scheme.

Unfortunately, this does NOT just stick to the SETI Site; ReColor works at/on ALL Websites that you go to. You may find that White Backgrounds become kind of light Rose colored... I'll take that, as long as SETI becomes legible, and IT HAS!!! :-)

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Message 1901666 - Posted: 18 Nov 2017, 7:33:00 UTC - in response to Message 1901612.  
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Thanks TL :-)

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