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I have tried every solution I can find to restore tab separators for 104.0.1—no luck at all. This includes modifying userChrome.css, which is enabled in about:config. I feel bad about having to bring this up, as it seems to have been well-discussed already. But I'm pretty much at wit's end. Maybe I missed something? Hoping to stick with FF, which I've been using for many years. The run-together tabs are a real tough one, though.
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Have you tried the code linked below? Remove the blank space in the link.
Thanks, but I did try that, without success. I even deleted the existing userChrome.css and replaced it with the code in the link. No tab separators. So perhaps I'm doing something wrong or there's a conflict of some kind or...I don't know what else. There is tab separation on hover for most tabs, although not with an actual separator.
Okulungisiwe ngu bluecrab22
OK, here's another (blank space added again). I used the first I mentioned and have added side borders to mark the separation.
The link results in a search and displays: MrOtherGuy/firefox-csshacks: Collection of userstyles ... - GitHub https://github.com › MrOtherGuy › firefox-csshacks Collection of random CSS hacks for Firefox. This repository contains various styles to modify appearance of Mozilla Firefox. These stylesheets are mostly ... Missing: non_floating_sharp_tabs. | Must include: non_floating_sharp_tabs. So not exactly clear what to do.
I get redirected to the following. 'tree' has become 'blob'