I imagine this shouldn't be too hard to implement. Would be nice to have without having to install an extra addon or edit the CSS.
Please add a that user can set their own wallpaper from gallery or from any other source to set as home screen wallpaper.
Add the ability to set the background of a new tab
I recently switched from opera GX to Firefox and I noticed you cannot change your background like you can on chrome or opera GX , this makes the background boring even with color.
I think we should be allowed to change our background to not just a solid color but a picture so it makes the site prettier and more personal to the user.
Back with an update...
This idea has been reviewed by our product team and we want to explore it more—this means that we're looking into personalization features as part of our New Tab roadmap this year.
Related idea here: New Tab/home page improvements
Feel free to continue the conversation here in the comments and stay tuned for updates.
-The Community Team
There should be an easy way to create wallpaper for new tabs.
interface on the start page
sorry in advance if this suggestion is not useful, in my opinion for the start page interface on a tab you can add wallpaper to make it more attractive because I myself like to change the desktop and browser wallpaper according to my mood, so the interface on the first page of the tab can be changed as desired user will make the user feel more comfortable using the browser.
Maybe this does not bring a big influence for software development
After displaying a new card or each card, this is white.
The FF offers in the extensions to manage the appearance, but only the top, where the instruments of the tools, which is nice, but little effective.
The point is that the entire open card area is white and when you have it opened, and you work in other smaller windows, the white color beats very much in the eyes.
I can allow the FF to allow the wallpaper, picture, or other color that does not pull the eyes?
well thank you
(Note: similar ideas have been merged into this thread)