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Update to 52.5.2 (64-bit) RUINED my settings (addons don't work) How do I Revert to 52.1.1.1

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There really needs to be a "revert to my previous version" button. This sucks; I'm going to have to do a lot of work to get it working again.

I cannot read the INBOX index because the font in the application windows is miniscule. A capital letter is 2mm high on my 17" screen. No human being can read lettering this small !!!

The addon list under Extensions does not indicate that any have been disabled. I think that I need "No Small Text" and "Theme Font & Size Changer" to become operational.

OR it might be that long ago I changed something in about:config but I'm not a programmer; I don't remember this stuff.

How do I revert to 52.1.1.1 (64 bit, I think) ???

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VerizonSucks said

Just created the chrome file as stated here. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1198055#answer-1061391 and it worked (once I removed the extra .txt that my editor put on the name). 15 pt is good for me. EXCEPT now the line height is too small. So how do I increase the line height? What is the TB "default" value for these things?

There is some js code, specific to Mac, that tries to set row height:

rawsizecss="treechildren:-moz-tree-row {height:"+Math.ceil(parseInt(size)*1.2)+"px !important;}";

but I don't think you can do this sort of arithmetic in css. I have met the same limitation in xml.

Note this code is building strings that represent css code, hence the quotations and concatenation.

But you can probably hand-code the setting into the css file to set row height explicitly.

treechildren:-moz-tree-row {height:15px !important;}

Of course, tune the "15px" to whatever is consistent with your chosen font size.

I haven't tried this…

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