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When I use Firefox in Linux Mint, everything has a kind of green shade to it. The monitor is fine. I'm guessing it's Mint branding.

How do I remove it?

Edit

My original question wasn't clear - it's not the browser chrome that has the green shade, it's the pages themselves.

Here's a screenshot - compare with the actual page, and you'll see what I mean. To prove it's not the monitor, I right click on the photo of the sausages (I bet that's the first time that word's appeared on unix.se.com!) and save the image to the desktop. Then I view the image by double clicking on the new file and it displays fine.

http://imgur.com/qiX6H.png

There are two plugins installed - Mint Search Enhancer and Stylish - deactivating these makes no difference.

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A screen shot would help understand your problem. –  Gilles Mar 14 '11 at 1:21
    
Wow, that's a lot more than a "green shade". That's messed up! Does this just happen in Firefox, or does it happen in other apps as well? –  mattdm Mar 14 '11 at 23:26
    
Other apps appear fine (the photo viewer for example shows the sausages in an appetizing pinky brown colour) - I'm pretty sure it's just Mint's branding, but it's a little harsh on the eyes! It's the first time I've installed Mint (I've used Ubuntu before), so I was a little shocked! –  Rich Mar 15 '11 at 8:24
    
It would help if you didn't GIMP photos before you posted them. Very funny. Either that or one of your friends coded you a funny trojan you don't know about. –  Not a Name Mar 10 '12 at 18:03
    
@NotaName it wasn't a joke, and it was a fresh install of Mint. I gave up in the end and installed Ubuntu. –  Rich Mar 11 '12 at 13:49
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It's probably a custom theme. Click Tools > Add-ons > Themes and select a different theme.

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