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Old 05-07-2005, 04:19 PM   #1
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Firefox + drop down menu arrows

Is it just me or is this a Firefox (for linux) issue.

The issue -> No matter what site I visit, all the drop down menu arrows are black on a very dark background. I'll post a screenshot if needed.

I've been working on a website and just today, I wanted to see to what it looked like under windows. Firefox for windows correctly displays my drop down menu arrows as defined in my css file but Firefox for linux does not. I've tried playing with preference settings but can't quite get it...

Any ideas?

Yea. It was just me. Drop down menu buttons take on the colour of your desktop theme.. blah... anyways... sorrry for the waste of space.

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