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drag/drop tab indicator

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In the now current verusion of FF (72.0 - 64 bit) the indicator when you are dragging/dropping a tab like has been made almost invisible. It is now a VERY faint light blue and looks to be only 1px wide. It is VERY difficult to see for many with limited vision. How do I get the previous drag/drop indicator back so I know where I am dropping the tab being moved?

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That is this SVG image:

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To clarify, I have dual monitors. When I have FF open om both monitors and I drag a tab from one to the other, the problem exists. Prior to version 72.x, when I did this, the indicator was clearly visible and easy to see so I would know exactly where my tab was being dropped. Now it is a VERY faint almost translucent blue line 1px wide. VERY hard to see. I would like to revert to the old style indicator.

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Someone please help by posting the userChrime.css setting to address this.

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That is this SVG image:

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cor-el I cannot tell you the number of times I have had a question and you provided the exact solution to the situation. As usual thank you very much. Very much appreciated sir!

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Following up to let you know I have successfully created the overlay image and was able to add the appropriate code to my userChrome.css file. It is now much easier for me to see where I am dragging a tab across windows. Thank you again.

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OH NO! An upgrade to FF 73.0 (64 bit) broke this fix! It reverted to the stock drag/drop icon. Is was theer a change to the design of FF or am I just being stupid?

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Can you post the code you use in userChrome.css ?

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Thanks for the quick follow up...

.tab-drop-indicator {

 list-style-image: url(icons/dragdrop.png) !important;
 /* The z-index needs to be big enough to trump other positioned UI pieces
    that we want to overlay. The selected tab uses 2. */
 z-index: 3;

}


1) This code worked perfectly before the upgrade.

2) The dragdrop.png file is located in the icons folder within the chrome filed where userChrome.css is located,.

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Looks that you need to use background (do not forget the !important; flag).

Current code:

/* Tab drag and drop */

.tab-drop-indicator {
  width: 12px;
  margin-inline-start: -12px;
  background: url(chrome://browser/skin/tabbrowser/tab-drag-indicator.svg) no-repeat center;
  position: relative;
  /* The z-index needs to be big enough to trump other positioned UI pieces
     that we want to overlay. The selected tab uses 2. */
  z-index: 3;
}

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OK now it looks like I am being stupid. I cannot get the code to work.

.tab-drop-indicator {

 width: 12px;
 margin-inline-start: -12px;
 background: url(chrome://browser/skin/tabbrowser/arrowupgreen.png) no-repeat center;
 position: relative;
 /* The z-index needs to be big enough to trump other positioned UI pieces
    that we want to overlay. The selected tab uses 2. */
 z-index: 3;

}

I have the image in the correct place.

Result...

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Like I said, I was being stupid. IMPORTANT duh! Thank you.