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How can I change the color or contrast on my browser?
How can I change the color or contrast on my browser?
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Written by Soomo Support
Updated over a week ago

You can adjust the settings for your webtext by using tools built into your browser. Here are the common settings and how to adjust them in various browsers.

How can I adjust the colors?


Google recommends adding the Color Enhancer extension for manual color modifications.


  1. From the Tools menu, choose Settings.

  2. In the General panel, go down to Language and Appearance.

  3. Under Fonts and Colors, click the Colors button.

  4. Clicking any of the colored rectangles will show you the colors you can choose from. Select the color you want for the text, background, or links by clicking the corresponding colored rectangle.

  5. Click OK to close the Colors window.

  6. Close the about:preferences page. Any changes you’ve made will automatically be saved.


Edge recommends using an extension to make it easier to read text. Browse the extensions store by choosing Extensions from the Tools menu.

How can I change the contrast, also known as dark mode?


Google recommends the High Contrast extension to make reading text and seeing image details easier.  

Note: Dark mode is currently not supported in the webtext in Firefox or Edge.

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