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What is the userChrome entry for the border around input boxes?

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I run KDE with a dark theme, and the input boxes in Firefox 31 are black with white text, which is annoying. I learnt to edit the userChrome file and add:

input { background-color: white !important; color: black !important; }

Now, there is a problem. While it literally makes backgrounds white and texts black, it leaves an *ugly* black border! I took a snapshot, if you want to look: http://linuxmusicians.com/download/file.php?id=490

What is the name of that black thing, in the userChrome file? How can I change it to white?

Thanks a lot!

I run KDE with a dark theme, and the input boxes in Firefox 31 are black with white text, which is annoying. I learnt to edit the userChrome file and add: input { background-color: white !important; color: black !important; } Now, there is a problem. While it literally makes backgrounds white and texts black, it leaves an *ugly* black border! I took a snapshot, if you want to look: http://linuxmusicians.com/download/file.php?id=490 What is the name of that black thing, in the userChrome file? How can I change it to white? Thanks a lot!

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Hey, Sorry the attachment is not working, but there was a css you may try:

input { background-color: white !important; color: black !important; border: solid white;}

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Hey, Sorry the attachment is not working, but there was a css you may try:

input { background-color: white !important; color: black !important; border: solid white;}

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Just in case:

userChrome.css - for user interface

userContent.css - for web pages

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That solved it, thank you so much!