Firefox is testing customize colors and “Side View” feature
Mozilla Firefox is testing two new experimental extensions that make it easier for users to further customize the browser and view the tags. The first one, called Firefox Color, allows you to change the colors of the background, text, icons, and toolbars. No matter what you change, you can save it. You can also choose to share your color scheme with others. If you don’t want to customize each color, Firefox also offers a selection of pre-made color themes.
The second feature that Firefox is testing is called a side view, and it basically works like this: You can view two browser tabs at a time on the same tab and window. Without this feature, you can arrange two windows side by side or use the second monitor to view more pages at the same time, but for users with only one monitor, the side view may be convenient.
Firefox recommends that users can compare news stories or compare shopping with Side View. This feature can also remember your recent comparisons and extract them again. Both extensions can be tested with Firefox’s test boot program, which you can download for free. This is an experimental feature, so we cannot guarantee that we will see Firefox Color or Side View appearing in the final product.