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Sidebar width reduction via userChrome

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Hello.

It seems I get a problem or two almost always with a new update lately. I have been using an userChrome.css to reduce the width of sidebar but the latest version 107.0 now ignores it and have a wide width even at the narrowest. Mine currently is set as, "#sidebar {min-width:30px !important; max-width:none !important;}" This no longer works. Your support much appreciated.

Regards,

Hello. It seems I get a problem or two almost always with a new update lately. I have been using an userChrome.css to reduce the width of sidebar but the latest version 107.0 now ignores it and have a wide width even at the narrowest. Mine currently is set as, "#sidebar {min-width:30px !important; max-width:none !important;}" This no longer works. Your support much appreciated. Regards,

Okulungisiwe ngu qp

Isisombululo esikhethiwe

In 107 they have moved the min-width and max-width settings to #sidebar-box, what sounds more logical to me as that is currently the outer containing element.

Current code:

#sidebar-box {
  min-width: 14em;
  max-width: 36em;
  width: 18em;
}

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

In 107 they have moved the min-width and max-width settings to #sidebar-box, what sounds more logical to me as that is currently the outer containing element.

Current code:

#sidebar-box {
  min-width: 14em;
  max-width: 36em;
  width: 18em;
}

Okulungisiwe ngu cor-el

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cor-el, thank you very much! Much appreciated. :)