FUIX Addon to transform social media UI

FUIX  – A browser extension to update and transform social media UI (eg: Facebook, Messenger, Instagram). 

Browser Specs

View on

v92.0 or

Firefox Browser logo

v92.0 or

Edge_Logo_265x265

v79 or

v92.0

🟢 The addon is now available for Firefox, Edge, Opera (Dev & Next)

Demo(s)

Preference (Light)

Preference (Dark)

Facebook ▼

Messenger ▼

Instagram ▼

Installation and access

Click on the Add to Chrome (or your preffered browser) link from the above table. After installing the addon you can pin it to your borwser in order to access and save preferences instantly.

Then click on the FUIX Logo icon from the borwser toolbar or click from the Extension dropdown (if you didn’t pinned it)

Create a new slot

  1. Facebook Facebook: Turn it on Toggle on If you want to apply UI like Demo 1 & 2. The design will be applied to Facebook Light and Dark – both modes.
  2. Messenger Messenger: Turn it on Toggle on  If you want to apply UI like Demo 3 & 4. The design will be applied to Mesenger Light and Dark – both modes. Dark messenger will work when it’s enabled. To do that, follow the next step. There’s also another option (button) inside the Messenger box. Fb to m.me Enable it, if you want to apply some facebook styles to the messenger (specially selected item/row or selected chat) like the below image the selected row will be hightlighted on Light and Dark – both modes.
    Messenger Conversation Light Messenger Conversation Dark
  3.  Dark Messenger: Turn it on Toggle on If you want to switch Messenger Light to Dark mode also apply UI like Demo 4. This option will work only at messenger.com or any URL that prefix started with messenger.com. There’s also another way to use Messenger. If you want to use Dark Messenger also at facebook.com/messages then you must enable dark mode from the facebook topbar Display & Accessibility Icon Display & Accessibility section. Display & Accessibility
  4. Facebook Topbar Hide Topbar: Turn it on Toggle on If you wish to use Messenger also at facebook.com/messages. But don’t want to see the top bar Hide Topbar This option will work only at facebook.com/messages or any URL that prefix started with facebook.com/messages.
  5.  Dark Instagram: Turn it on Toggle on If you want to switch Instagram Light to Dark Mode. See the Demo 5.

Terms

  1. The styles will be load from the Github repo. So make sure your internet connection is active to see the design.
  2. UI update and changes will be made on the Github repo and it will be loaded automatically on your Facebook, Messenger, and Instagram feed through the FUIX addon.
  3. There’s no need to Update the addon to get the UI updates.
  4. Addon can be updated when an internal update or new feature comes up or any bug is fixed.

Important Notes

  1. You can always save your preferences in FUIX. Internet connection isn’t required to change the preference. Only required if you want to see the styles in your feeds.
  2. After making changes on FUIX it may take 1-3 seconds to load the styles on your Facebook, Messenger, and Instagram feed. The styles loading delay also depends on your internet speed.
  3. If your Facebook, Messenger, or Instagram feed is opened in your browser and the internet connection isn’t active. At that time if you turned off any option that style will be gone if activate that again the styles won’t load until the internet connection is active or reload the page.
  4. You don’t need to worry if you don’t see any changes. There will appear a popup alert what happened.
  5. If something happens wrong with the FUIX addon or you notice any issue just click on the “Report Issue” button from the FUIX addon footer.

Privacy

This addon only append styles from the Github repo to your feeds as per the saved preference. It doesn’t collect any personal data, credentials or any sensitive information from your browser. You can use it safely.

Contact

E-mail: mail@naiem.info (for any inquiries)

For any suggestion or UI Update contact or comment down below.

Abdullah Al Naiem

Abdullah Al Naiem

Web application developer. Loves IT, Programming, and being connected with tech.

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