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Fix Firefox select dropdowns, maybe

Authored by chad on Jul 27 2017, 10:14 PM.



Fixes T12930. I can't verify this fix, but the colors here work in light/dark mode correctly.

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Wait for @cspeckmim to verify

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I patched down the change and restarted all services

StandardHigh-ContrastDark ModeLarge-FontDeuteranopia
standard.png (458×646 px, 118 KB)
high-contrast.png (434×640 px, 118 KB)
darkmode.png (370×594 px, 78 KB)
looks good
deuteranopia.png (418×638 px, 115 KB)

what MacOS are you running?

10.12.5 "Sierra" with Firefox 54

Tried 2 different Macs and neither of them can reproduce this. It's a safe change though, feel free to accept.

This revision is now accepted and ready to land.Jul 28 2017, 1:55 AM

I don't know - what is that? I tried on a macbook which has retina display. The other mac I tried has a monitor I think is regular type

I don't know if this matters but looks related (I never changed it, just perusing the about:config):

Screen Shot 2017-07-27 at 9.57.08 PM.png (62×1 px, 14 KB)

doesn't exist in my config.

image.png (576×1 px, 115 KB)

I'm not sure where else firefox would have details about the install. I have 3 extensions installed

  • Add-on Compatibility Reporter
  • Firebug
  • NoScript

The other browser I was trying this on doesn't have NoScript (and I don't think has Firebug either)

By "other browser" I mean the other Mac OSX Sierra FireFox 54 (non-retina)

Ok, I have it working on my laptop but not my desktop.

Quite possibly a rabbit hole

I also tested this change with Safari looking at Standard and High-Contrast modes - they look the same. I'm not able to test IE or FF on Windows. I could try them out tomorrow.

Not going to spend any more time here, works on my laptop, not my desktop. No real discernable difference between the two.

This revision was automatically updated to reflect the committed changes.

(Mouse vs no mouse, to trigger scrollbars? I have a mouse...)