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Rename "Restore Session" page title

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Hi,

Is it possible to change the "Restore Session" page title using userContent.css (or other means that doesn't need to be added every time I update)?

Thanks.

Hi, Is it possible to change the "Restore Session" page title using userContent.css (or other means that doesn't need to be added every time I update)? Thanks.
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cor-el
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Do you mean the title as shown on the tab and in the title bar? That is not possible AFAIK (WebExtensions do not work with about pages and chrome:// URIs).

Do you mean the title as shown on the tab and in the title bar? That is not possible AFAIK (WebExtensions do not work with about pages and chrome:// URIs). *https://dxr.mozilla.org/mozilla-release/source/browser/components/sessionstore/content/aboutSessionRestore.xhtml
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Yes.

I'm not looking for an addon, I was hoping it can be done using userContent.css since I've already customized this page with it, and what I need is to add a few letters to the title.

I've tried ::after selector but I can't get it to work (it works for other elements).

Yes. I'm not looking for an addon, I was hoping it can be done using userContent.css since I've already customized this page with it, and what I need is to ''add'' a few letters to the title. I've tried ::after selector but I can't get it to work (it works for other elements).
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cor-el
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Is this for the title that shows in the tab?

Is this for the title that shows in the tab?
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Yes, I want to add a few letters to it, for example: "Restore Session" becomes "Restore Session - PF1"

Which is why I tried the ::after content.

Yes, I want to add a few letters to it, for example: "Restore Session" becomes "Restore Session - PF1" Which is why I tried the ::after content.
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cor-el
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Does this code in userChrome.css work for you?

@namespace url("http://www.mozilla.org/keymaster/gatekeeper/there.is.only.xul"); /* only needed once */

.tabbrowser-tab[label^="Restore Session"] .tab-text{visibility:collapse}
.tabbrowser-tab[label^="Restore Session"] .tab-content:after{content:"Restore Session - PF1"}
Does this code in userChrome.css work for you? <pre><nowiki>@namespace url("http://www.mozilla.org/keymaster/gatekeeper/there.is.only.xul"); /* only needed once */ .tabbrowser-tab[label^="Restore Session"] .tab-text{visibility:collapse} .tabbrowser-tab[label^="Restore Session"] .tab-content:after{content:"Restore Session - PF1"} </nowiki></pre>
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The problem is that the window taskbar button is still showing only "Restore Session", which is why I think it must be done using userContent.css (or maybe a script loaded by it?).

Is there another way to do it?


Thank you for your help.

The problem is that the window taskbar button is still showing only "Restore Session", which is why I think it must be done using userContent.css (or maybe a script loaded by it?). Is there another way to do it? Thank you for your help.
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