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I prefered the style of Firefox before v57.0 update, is it possible to change it back?

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I just updated to v57.0 and honestly I hate the look of the flat tabs. I prefer the rounded tabs. Is there a way to customize the appearance or roll back the version I'm using?

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hi, if you prefer curved tabs you could take a look at this userChrome.css: https://github.com/wilfredwee/photon-australis

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hi, if you prefer curved tabs you could take a look at this userChrome.css: https://github.com/wilfredwee/photon-australis

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Thank you guys. Out of curiosity since this is done with code are there limits to the customization? Or is it whatever you can imagine like Rainmeter?

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This works very nicely.

But my userChrome.css is getting big and ugly. Is it possible to have <include> files in a .css file?

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There's no include, but @import url(); should work.

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Boy, they don't make it easy do they :)

Anyway, I have tried

  @import url("./curvedtabs.css");

at the end of my userChrome.css file and it does NOT work. The file "curvedtabs.css" is in the same directory as userChrome.css.

Any other suggestions?

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Mellobob said

@import url("./curvedtabs.css");

Could you try placing it on the top line (above any namespace(s) you may be using) as:

@import url("curvedtabs.css");
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Hey, you win the prize (whatever that might have been!). There was a namespace command in userChrome and moving the tab file to the top works perfectly.

Thanks so much!

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Have a look at the below image. If would like Quantum to look like that, see https://github.com/FrankConijn/Firefox-Quantum-Rounded-Tabs.