Hopefully this will fix it overtime with version 59 of Firefox.
Update: In the latest update of Firefox (Quantum 60.0), this is now working! Just do this
Untick Title Bar
As of Epiphany 3.32 (maybe some earlier post-3.24 versions), you can edit the list of filter files using dconf-editor or gsettings
So, you should (haven't tested) be able to define a filter file with exceptions according to the AdBlock Plus syntax, upload it somewhere, and put the link in the adblock-filters setting.
You might even be able to get away with ...
This has been requested several times, but unfortunately it's not currently possible. https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/epiphany/issues/268 has been reported to add this functionality.
May 2019 edit: this will be possible in Epiphany 3.34 using the security popover that appears when you click the address bar lock icon; various website permissions will be ...
The people behind Firefox seem to be working hard on client-side decoration, which will enable this feature without any extensions. Almost every day people are working out smaller and smaller issues. You could follow the following bug to keep up to date:
Current nightly (60.0a1 (2018-02-21)):
edit: Figured it out myself, the solution is to go into System Settings→Applications→Permissions and give Gnome Web access to Home & System folders! Leaving this here in case anyone else has this problem.
Well that will work, but it's not safe. This is a web browser, you don't want it to have unlimited system access. The equivalent of ~/.local/share/...
elementary OS themes Epiphany to match elementary's theme, so there's nothing the Epiphany developers can do about this. Upstream Epiphany looks different and there is more contrast.
You could ask the elementary developers to make theme changes to their GtkNotebook widget.
In some instances, the program you want to define as default does not appear on its category menu drop-down in System Settings > Applications > Default tab
Another way is to right click on a file with an extension (for a web browser, that would be a .html file), and set the program to be used in Properties.
According to the official docs of the Brave browser you can install it via apt-get after adding the repository to your sources list:
curl https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/brave-apt/keys.asc | sudo apt-key add -
echo "deb [arch=amd64] https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/brave-apt `lsb_release -sc` main" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/brave-`...