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userChrome.css file not working in Firefox v61.0.1 ?

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When I updated from FF v60.01 64-bit to v61.0.1 on my Desktop with Win7 SP1 64-bit Firefox ignores my Users\... Profiles\hrwugr05.default*\chrome\userChrome.css file scripted as follows:


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

statuspanel { display:none!important; }


I really hate that statuspanel nag flashing in the lower left of my screen when watching movies online. I've reverted back to FF v60.0.1 for the css file t to work.

Is there a different Script needed for FF 61 or a bug you need to fix?

Thanks

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The left part of a style rule is called a selector and needs to match an element in the interface so Firefox can apply the rule there. Firefox 61 made a small change, so you need to update the selector in that rule.

See these threads:

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The left part of a style rule is called a selector and needs to match an element in the interface so Firefox can apply the rule there. Firefox 61 made a small change, so you need to update the selector in that rule.

See these threads:

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By the way, if you only want to block the status messages while Firefox is in a full screen video, you could try this:

#main-window[inDOMFullscreen="true"] #statuspanel {
  display: none !important;
}