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i have a problem like this :
i tried to install new firefox theme and seems that the one i choose is for higher version than the one i have ...
and the problem is that i didn't get error message but after installing it , i get my firefox with no bottons and wordes written one upon the other and so i am not apple to change the theme from the browser it self ... ?! and so the question is how can i change the current used theme with another downloaded one ... using the command line ... !!??????
You must use the directory where the executable binary 'firefox' is, not the .firefox directory which contains your profile.
(eg. on my machine /opt/firefox which gives the command:
If you don't know where it is, do a search on your hard drive:
under root login:
find / -name firefox
Or tell what is the Linux distribution you are using and how Firefox got installed.
first thanks for helping and answering my questions ...
well , i could run the safe mode but after choosing the themes under tools , the use theme button is never active and clicking uninstall does nothing even this button is active ... and the themes are faded ..
To have the uninstallation completed, try to restart Firefox in normal mode after clicking the theme uninstall button in safe mode. This seems to work for Fx 1.0 version and higher.
What version do you use?