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Firefox 107 disabled my floating search window.

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I use the userChrome.css file to take the search bar from the bottom of the screen and have it float. Here's the instruction that I use ... .browserContainer > findbar {-moz-box-ordinal-group: 0; position: fixed !important; }. Firefox 107 has made that .css instruction non-executable. If I text out the instruction I now get the search box at the bottom of the screen. I want it back to a floating search box. Is there a fix in 107 so I can use my .css file or is there another way to get the search box floating. Regards

I use the userChrome.css file to take the search bar from the bottom of the screen and have it float. Here's the instruction that I use ... .browserContainer > findbar {-moz-box-ordinal-group: 0; position: fixed !important; }. Firefox 107 has made that .css instruction non-executable. If I text out the instruction I now get the search box at the bottom of the screen. I want it back to a floating search box. Is there a fix in 107 so I can use my .css file or is there another way to get the search box floating. Regards

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G'Day

Thank you Terry, again and again and again and again! I used your code and damn it the f**kin findbar is at the top. Thank you, thank you, than you! I'm considering this problem closed. Thank you, thank you, thank you, Terry!

Regards

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Did you confirm that your userChrome.css file is in the correct location (chrome folder in the Firefox profile folder) and is processed ? Maybe check this with some simple code to set font-size or text/background color to the urlbar.

#urlbar-container {font-size:15pt!important}
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G'Day cor-el

I know I'm using the right file in the right folder for the right profile. I put the instruction in and the findbar completely disappears. I take the instruction out and the findbar appears on the bottom. I take out all other instructions and I get the same results. The file itself IS working and being processed by Firefox. You already have a copy of the contents of my userChrome.css file. Do you see anything unusual? I trust not. Again, I ask "How come nobody has a definitve answer to moving the findbar to the top?" And, why does it work in 106 but not 107 and higher? I have not changed this file in eons, long before 106 even.

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The code I posted above works fine for me. You have never posted userChrome.css with the code I posted above, so I can't control/verify your efforts.

I use extra code to reposition all the items on the Find bar as I prefer to have the close button at the far left and the number of matches after the Up/Down buttons and add background color when options are checked.

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FWIW, I am using -1 to place the find bar below the bottom tool bar (the tabs bar). Its position is fixed.

.browserContainer > findbar {
  order:-1 !important;
}
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What do you mean with Its position is fixed ? You only need to use order:-1 and let Firefox do the positioning (so do not use position:fixed).

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G'Day

Thank you Terry, again and again and again and again! I used your code and damn it the f**kin findbar is at the top. Thank you, thank you, than you! I'm considering this problem closed. Thank you, thank you, thank you, Terry!

Regards

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