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How to customize colors of displayed URI elements in address bar

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Is there a way to customize the colors of each element of a displayed URI in the address bar?

A generic URI is of the form:

scheme:[user[:password@]host[:port]]/path[?query][#fragment]

For example with the following URI:

https://example.com/search?q=txt#result

I'd like to have the scheme (`https://`) be displayed as it is right now. The host (`example.com`) should be shown with a blue foreground font color. The path (`/search`) in yellow. The query (`&q=txt`) in red and the fragment (`#result`) in black.

Is such a customization possible - I coulnd't seem to find any info on that or a relevant add-on.

Is there a way to customize the colors of each element of a displayed URI in the address bar? A generic URI is of the form: scheme:[//[user[:password]@]host[:port]][/path][?query][#fragment] For example with the following URI: https://example.com/search?q=txt#result I'd like to have the scheme (`https://`) be displayed as it is right now. The host (`example.com`) should be shown with a blue foreground font color. The path (`/search`) in yellow. The query (`&q=txt`) in red and the fragment (`#result`) in black. Is such a customization possible - I coulnd't seem to find any info on that or a relevant add-on.

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WestEnd
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Unless there is a custom made userChrome.css option-I doubt there is a option like that.

Unless there is a custom made userChrome.css option-I doubt there is a option like that.