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metaIslug
5 years ago#1
userChrome.css is a file that can apply css to web pages in firefox, without the need for add-ons like stylish, right? in the firefox's profile folder, inside a 'chrome' sub-folder.

well it's not working i don't really know why. I figure if it's like stylish you just need to write <element><rule> like

.postMenuBtn{display:none!Important;}


it doesn't work though. anyone have familiarity with this?
http://i.imgur.com/5a6iZwp.png
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metaIslug
5 years ago#3
It still doesn't work.

Right now I have
html, body{display:none!important;}


as the only line in the file. it doesn't change anything, even though that's a pretty nasty line of code
I dont get it
http://i.imgur.com/5a6iZwp.png
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metaIslug
5 years ago#5
Wiat what do you mean?
http://i.imgur.com/5a6iZwp.png
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metaIslug
5 years ago#7
I've pointed it to a specific domain


@namespace url("http://www.mozilla.org/keymaster/gatekeeper/there.is.only.xul");

@-moz-document domain("gamefaqs.com"){ .postMenuBtn{display:none!important;}}


and still nothing
http://i.imgur.com/5a6iZwp.png
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