Would you be able to give some individual color to the white bars at the top?

There’s an extension for Firefox called ColorfulTabs that I liked, but in the new version it overrides the themes. Though for Brave there’s white bars at the top, with the current one orange (of course… orange is the Brave color), as well as they turn orange when the mouse is rested on each one. (as you know) When those get a bit numerous, it can be a bit confusing to remember where things are.

Would be nice if each one had a random color generated, in the stead of them all being just white. Bland white is too much like Iphone/Imac. Then when going back and forth between them we wouldn’t have to count them from one side, but just go back to the same colored one.

Thank you.

Brave: 0.23.104
V8: 6.8.275.24
rev: b454a4a99934c4aa27fbe2effc5f72ce92e3266b
Muon: 8.0.8
OS Release: 6.1.7601 (Windows 7)
Update Channel: Release
OS Architecture: x64
OS Platform: Microsoft Windows
Node.js: 7.9.0
Brave Sync: v1.4.2
libchromiumcontent: 68.0.3440.8

There’s not really any steps to reproduce this, other than keep opening new tabs. (and keep them all in one window preferably. I’ve lost the previous tabs when they weren’t all in one window.)

By the way, if you’re wondering why we don’t need Window 10, see this.

Then see the alternative that has been made free, WinBorg 7 Ultimate.