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CSS: control an icon added to context-menu by an extension

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toolbarbutton[id*="8883111b-4bc8-4a99-b37f-5672f6cf9834"]

Controls an icon added to the toolbar.

What's the syntax for controlling an icon added to the context-menu by an extension?

Example: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/simple-search-google-for/

(It does not have an ID in manifest.json but *I can add it*).

Thank you.

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cor-el,

Thank you so much. I appreciate it.

Your reply led me in the right direction.

menuitem[id*="MorfixSearch"] { -moz-box-ordinal-group: 100 !important; margin-bottom: 4px !important; }

(id*="MorfixSearch" set in background.js).

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Extension that do not have an ID seem to get a random ID (<id>.xpi in profile), so you can't use that ID as a CSS selector and the UUID (about:debugging) is also random.

You can try to use a selector like this:

  • menuitem[label^="Search Google for"][image^="moz-extension://"] .menu-iconic-icon {}

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cor-el,

Thank you so much. I appreciate it.

Your reply led me in the right direction.

menuitem[id*="MorfixSearch"] { -moz-box-ordinal-group: 100 !important; margin-bottom: 4px !important; }

(id*="MorfixSearch" set in background.js).

Modified by Yaron

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