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How to change color of unread in message pane TB 115+

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  • Last reply by david

I want the unread messages in the list of messages pane to be "orange". I had the following in userChrome.css which worked prior to TB 115:

/* Messagepane text */ treechildren::-moz-tree-cell-text(new) {

      color: #34ebdc !important;
      font-weight: normal;

} treechildren::-moz-tree-cell-text(unread) {

      color: #34c6eb !important;
      font-weight: normal !important;

}

When I upgraded to TB 115 this no longer has any effect. How do I do this in TB 115+?

Thanks. mike

I want the unread messages in the list of messages pane to be "orange". I had the following in userChrome.css which worked prior to TB 115: /* Messagepane text */ treechildren::-moz-tree-cell-text(new) { color: #34ebdc !important; font-weight: normal; } treechildren::-moz-tree-cell-text(unread) { color: #34c6eb !important; font-weight: normal !important; } When I upgraded to TB 115 this no longer has any effect. How do I do this in TB 115+? Thanks. mike

All Replies (6)

There was much new code (part of the goal) in 115 that eliminated much of the CSS that many (including myself) have used through the years. Discovering replacement CSS with the new environment will be a matter of individual experimentation. SO, what that means is that some of the CSS tweaks that we have used may not be available in the near future, if at all. CSS is no specialty of mine so I also am waiting to see what new CSS becomes available.

Isn't the new CSS documented somewhere ? When releasing a new software version, I would expect some kind of documentation... at least for developers.

CSS modifications are unsupported and future code changes may cause them to not work. An example is that many CSS mods that worked in 102 do not work in 115. CSS mods are technically 'hacks' and documentation on these is found here on the forum by submitters.

@mike645, See my answer on your other question: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1418273#answer-1607035

Hope that helps!

david said

CSS modifications are unsupported and future code changes may cause them to not work. An example is that many CSS mods that worked in 102 do not work in 115. CSS mods are technically 'hacks' and documentation on these is found here on the forum by submitters.

Ok, so is there any way to customize the display without using CSS mods in version 115 and above ? If so, is it documented somewhere ?

To my knowledge, there are no official features for customizing view with color,