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How to make the toolbar buttons size in Australis bigger?

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I want to make the navigation toolbar buttons size bigger because they are now too small. I tried this code with Stylish but it didn't work:

  1. nav-bar {iconsize='large'}

Also, in the DOM inspector, for the nav-bar id, there is Node Name "iconsize" and the Node Value for it is "small". If i change the Node Value from "small" to "large" the navigation bar icons appear in the size i want, but after restarting Firefox the Node Value resets again to "small". Is it possible to save the changes that i make in DOM inspector?

I want to make the navigation toolbar buttons size bigger because they are now too small. I tried this code with Stylish but it didn't work: #nav-bar {iconsize='large'} Also, in the DOM inspector, for the nav-bar id, there is Node Name "iconsize" and the Node Value for it is "small". If i change the Node Value from "small" to "large" the navigation bar icons appear in the size i want, but after restarting Firefox the Node Value resets again to "small". Is it possible to save the changes that i make in DOM inspector?

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guigs 1072 solutions 11697 answers

User.js file or Updating to the latest version and trying the https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fire.../?src=search

User.js file or Updating to the latest version and trying the [https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/classicthemerestorer/?src=search]
cor-el
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You can't set attributes via userChrome.css, you can only add or replace CSS rules.

You can use the Classic Theme Restorer extension to have this choice available in the Customize palette window.

You can't set attributes via userChrome.css, you can only add or replace CSS rules. You can use the Classic Theme Restorer extension to have this choice available in the Customize palette window. *https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/classicthemerestorer/

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Classic Theme Restorer brings back the large size of the icons but i wanted to do this with css script, but i guess it is not possible. I am trying to do this on Firefox 40. How this can be done with user.js file? Also, is it possible to save the changes that you make with the DOM inspector? To make them permanent?

Classic Theme Restorer brings back the large size of the icons but i wanted to do this with css script, but i guess it is not possible. I am trying to do this on Firefox 40. How this can be done with user.js file? Also, is it possible to save the changes that you make with the DOM inspector? To make them permanent?
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Here's some code from UserStyles.org. I don 't need large buttons so I can't comment on how well it works. https://forum.userstyles.org/discussion/43266/toolbar-button-double-size

Here is a user style which has 4 options. https://userstyles.org/styles/104320/large-toolbar-buttons

Here's some code from UserStyles.org. I don 't need large buttons so I can't comment on how well it works. https://forum.userstyles.org/discussion/43266/toolbar-button-double-size Here is a user style which has 4 options. https://userstyles.org/styles/104320/large-toolbar-buttons

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the-edmeister said

Here's some code from UserStyles.org. I don 't need large buttons so I can't comment on how well it works. https://forum.userstyles.org/discussion/43266/toolbar-button-double-size Here is a user style which has 4 options. https://userstyles.org/styles/104320/large-toolbar-buttons

Thanks, but these scripts zoom the buttons which makes them blurry which is not exactly what i am trying to achieve. I want to bring back the old look of the navigation bar icons as they were in Firefox 28.

''the-edmeister [[#answer-777758|said]]'' <blockquote> Here's some code from UserStyles.org. I don 't need large buttons so I can't comment on how well it works. https://forum.userstyles.org/discussion/43266/toolbar-button-double-size Here is a user style which has 4 options. https://userstyles.org/styles/104320/large-toolbar-buttons </blockquote> Thanks, but these scripts zoom the buttons which makes them blurry which is not exactly what i am trying to achieve. I want to bring back the old look of the navigation bar icons as they were in Firefox 28.
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Sorry, but Classic Theme Restorer is the best that I can suggest for "large" buttons in Fx29 and later. Swapping 'in' a whole set of large toolbar buttons needs more than what can be done via CSS.

There is this extension for huge buttons - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/big-buttons/ - http://www.accessfirefox.org/Big-Buttons.php - and if you are really motivated mod that extension with your own icon set, after verifying the licensing inside each files allows for you to use it. But you'll need to submit the modified extension to Mozilla for signing. Signing is mandatory for Firefox 42 and beyond; Fx41 will have a pref to disable signing.

Or switch to something like PaleMoon which retained the old UI which was used in Fx28 and earlier versions, but still gets the security fixes that the later versions of Firefox receive and won't employ add-on signing.

Sorry, but Classic Theme Restorer is the best that I can suggest for "large" buttons in Fx29 and later. Swapping 'in' a whole set of large toolbar buttons needs more than what can be done via CSS. There is this extension for huge buttons - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/big-buttons/ - http://www.accessfirefox.org/Big-Buttons.php - and if you are really motivated mod that extension with your own icon set, after verifying the licensing inside each files allows for you to use it. But you'll need to submit the modified extension to Mozilla for signing. Signing is mandatory for Firefox 42 and beyond; Fx41 will have a pref to disable signing. Or switch to something like PaleMoon which retained the old UI which was used in Fx28 and earlier versions, but still gets the security fixes that the later versions of Firefox receive and won't employ add-on signing.

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I guess then i have to use Classic Theme Restorer addon or switch to PaleMoon or other Firefox fork.

Can someone, please, answer me the question: is it possible to save the changes made with DOM inspector? I assume it is not but i want someone to confirm that.

I guess then i have to use Classic Theme Restorer addon or switch to PaleMoon or other Firefox fork. Can someone, please, answer me the question: is it possible to save the changes made with DOM inspector? I assume it is not but i want someone to confirm that.
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Hi, don't know if the Classic Toolbar Buttons add-on is any help - I use it to make the buttons smaller! But there are other options.

Hi, don't know if the [https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/cstbb/ Classic Toolbar Buttons] add-on is any help - I use it to make the buttons smaller! But there are other options.