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Go to this url: chrome://browser/content/browser.xul This loads a page filled with Firefox GUI elements. Open Tools-> Web Developer-> Inspector. Inspect the element(s) you want to customize. This then lets you get the IDs and classes of the various elements. Create a Stylish style that modifies those elements.


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Solution on Youtube If author of the vid will delete it , then reupload this vid to Bitchute.com (:D) or read text version of instructions : Type in the adress bar about:profiles Open your ROOT Directory by clickin "Open directory button". Not Local Directory. Create "chrome" directory here by mkdir chrome command in terminal or via right click button of ...


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The following Stylish CSS will work, if it's OK that every textbox everywhere becomes black text on white background: @namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml); html input { background: #fff !important; color: #000 !important; } You could try removing the !important so it's just #fff; and #000; which should make it only affect textboxes that are ...


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I don't know of a way of using logic (identifying a value in a tag and doing something particular) using just CSS and HTML, you'd need Javascript or some such for this. But if you're looking to hide the second p element in the text block you can do this using the nth-of-type CSS selector: Wrap your p tags in a div and give the div a class. <div class="...


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In case you haven't gotten around to hunting this down yet, and/or for posterity, as of FF v60 the solution is to: locate your profile folder (listed in about:support) in there, create a folder called "chrome" if it doesn't already exist in that folder, create a file called "userContent.css" Then you'll need the correct CSS at-rule and you're good to go: @...


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You can't do this with Stylish on YouTube; you need a userscript or extension, because it is a matter of javascript/page state, not (just) CSS. There's several extensions out there already. I use YouTube Center -- which is available as a userscript and/or an extension on most major browsers.


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I don't use any 'windows', but in Linux (KDE or Enlightenment desktops) look in the following location. the 'xxxx' will be a bunch of characters. Stylish is stored in an .sqlite 'database'. I'm using DB Browser for SQLite right now. It seems pretty good under Qt, but miss SQLiteManager. ~/.config/google-chrome-beta/Default/databases/chrome-...


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Apparently you can find them in " %appdata%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\databases\chrome-extension_fjnbnpbmkenffdnngjfgmeleoegfcffe_0 " I found the answer here: https://forum.userstyles.org/discussion/31168/where-are-user-styles-stored-on-chrome


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Have you though about using an extension like New Tab Tools? http://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/new-tab-tools Also lets you customize new tab in other ways... about:newtab is now considered a browserinternal page by Firefox57+ and therefore extensions like Stylish only have restricted access for security reasons. You can still style it manually ...


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Great News, finally Stylish 1.7.2 has export/import function


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Since Google profile keeps information like all of your extensions, you might try to log in with your account on the other PC. Did you try it?


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