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How to add a startup script like userChrome.css
The web extension has too many limitation, so I consider a script to load at startup.
Now I can load a script via scratchpad and set environment to browser.
Is there any easier way to load it, like userChrome.css, through a special name or some undocumented command line argument?
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Update Tried userChrome.js but it's not work in Firefox Quantum
Modified by Bellozzz
Spend 10 mins reading, make a folder, make a file, cut and paste in the right place, copy/paste code to file
Info, examples, code
Find code here :
You have not mentioned what your trying to do as this may not work also.
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@Pkshadow I want to add a script, not a css.
After some search, I find a solution: link text