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userChrome.css does not seem to be getting applied.

I was following [ this reddit thread] on how to remove the "your camera and microphone are being shared" popup, but it's having no affect. I have set `toolkit.legacyUserProfileCustomizations.stylesheets` to true. Here's the full contents of the userChrome.css file: ``` @namespace url(""); #webrtcIndicator { display: none; } ```

Want horizontal lines between message headers

Here is the previous question and solution I found: However, now, I still have the file userChrome.css set up the same way in my profile folder: C:\users\myname\appdata\roaming\thunderbird\profiles\jr8ewpri.default\chrome, but Thunderbird is not utilizing it. How do I get TB to recognize that file again? Here is the content of the userChrome.css file: @namespace url(; /* Add bottom border to thread pane (message list) */ #threadTree treechildren:-moz-tree-row { border-bottom: 1px solid grey !important; } Thank you, --Victoria

Cannot style any children of .urlbarView.megabar in userChrome.css in Firefox 75

My userChrome.css: @namespace url(""); .tab-line { display: none !important } .urlbarView-body-inner { border-top: unset !important } #urlbar-results { background: red !important } The ".tab-line" rule is applied, the ".urlbarView-body-inner" and "#urlbar-results" rules aren't. Can anybody reproduce? What's wrong?

!important / @namespace

Is it still necessary to use both ''!important'' and ''@namespace url('' inside userChrome?

How to highlight new email in red?

I want it to stand out. I've done some searching and only come up with a couple of sites (and an old question on here). They tell me to update my userChrome.css, with this: @namespace url(""); /* new mail */ #folderTree > treechildren::-moz-tree-cell-text(folderNameCol, closed, newMessages-true), #folderTree > treechildren::-moz-tree-cell-text(folderNameCol, newMessages-true), #folderTree > treechildren::-moz-tree-cell-text(folderNameCol, specialFolder-Inbox, newMessages-true) { font-weight: normal !

UserChrome.css Hide Bookmarks Toolbar Context Menus

If you hide this context menu then it is hidden for all cases where this context menu is used and this includes the bookmarks sidebar and the Bookmarks Manager (Library). Add code to the userChrome.css file below the default @namespace line. @namespace url(""); /* only needed once */ #placesContext { display: none !important; }

Why do I suddenly have an additional Manage Bookmarks?

That opens the Bookmarks Manager full window. You can add CSS code to the userChrome.css file to hide that second menu item. @namespace url(""); /* only needed once */ #BMB_bookmarksShowAll {display:none!important} *[/questions/1337942] Bookmarks Dropdown Now has "Other Bookmarks" and 2x (twice) "Manage Bookmarks"! Help. *[/questions/1338606] Bookmarks Menu - why does the 'Manage Bookmarks' entry appears twice?

Removing nav-bar using userchrome.css crashes firefox

I updated the below code in userchrome.css @namespace url(""); #tabbrowser-tabs { visibility: collapse !important; } #nav-bar {visibility: collapse !important;} browser {margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 0px ! important;} ============================================== The firefox goes blank when opened, Resizing or maximizing the window refreshes firefox and it loads. I deleted profile data and it works a couple of times and it happens again.

how to customize UI in firefox?

Add code to the userChrome.css file below the default @namespace line. @namespace url(""); /* only needed once */ #appMenu-tp-button, #appMenu-tp-separator, #appMenu-logins-button, #appMenu-customize-button, #urlbarView-row-0 { display:none!important; } ---- * *

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