Stylish for Firefox 1.1b3

edited January 2011 in Stylish
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Above of 1.1b2: style updates through Firefox 4's add-ons window, Stylish icon not hard-coded into the status bar on Firefox 4.

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  • edited December 2010
    Thanks. Jason, please, add an option to NOT check for styles updates. I don't want addons manager to EVER look for styles updates. Please!
    Here's what i get stuck with till i restart Mf after checking for update to exts. (that's my sidebar) and then i have to go and UNcheck every style 'ready' for update:
    305 x 221 - 109K
  • Is it just me, or did the Stylish Add-on Bar icon disappear with b3?
  • You have to drag it from customization palette.
  • That's what's supposed to happen, right?
  • Jason, shouldn't this be a sticky in the Stylish Forum rather than the userstyles.org one ?
  • There's a 'Stylish Forum'? I always thought this is it: http://forum.userstyles.org
  • Ya. I don't think I can move it. Whatever.
  • edited January 2011
    Nice that you removed the old status-bar icon! Slowly all add-ons must do it or at least give us that option to remove it manually.

    I get a crash while I'm trying to modify a script... You think Stylish causes this or Firefox problem probably? For example, when I press "enter" to change line, apart that this happens slow, lagging a bit, sometimes getting instant crash...

    Using latest Minefield.

    Bah! forget about crash. It's "gfx font rendering" related.
  • edited January 2011
    Nice that you removed the old status-bar icon! Slowly all add-ons must do it or at least give us that option to remove it manually.

    I really hate that they did this. The new icon, when dragged back down to the addon-bar, has that ugly-ass dropmarker next to it.

    It's ironic you want them to remove the icon given the nature of this plugin.
    @-moz-document url-prefix('chrome://') {
    #addon-bar #stylish-toolbar-button
    {
    display: none !important;
    }
    }
    
    Luckily, using that same nature, I was able to hide the dropmarker after adding it to my addon bar
    @-moz-document url-prefix('chrome://') {
    
    #addon-bar #scriptish-button .toolbarbutton-menubutton-button
    {
      display: none !important;
    }
    
    #addon-bar #scriptish-button .toolbarbutton-menubutton-dropmarker
    {
      -moz-appearance: statusbar !important;
      list-style-image: url("chrome://scriptish/skin/icon_16.png") !important;
      margin: .15em 0 .15em -.3em !important;
      padding: 0;
    }
    
    #addon-bar #stylish-toolbar-button:hover
    {
    border: none !important;
    }
    
    #addon-bar #stylish-toolbar-button dropmarker
    {
      display: none !important;
      -moz-appearance: none !important;
    }
    }
    
  • If you edit a style from the addons page, Fx opens a new window modally. Since you aren't looking at the page you want to style when the browser stops taking input, that whole UI path is useless!
  • I really really really hate stylish in this AM and never use it there - it's not only useless (one of the reasons is mentioned by Artfunkel above) but it also messes up its other displays, like sidebar - see my nagging about updates (above).

    When i open the editor from AM, i get: chrome://stylish/content/edit.xul?id=123 and it is the 'paralized' (modal). But i can open the same style from the sidebar (at the same time) and it will be the 'normal' editor: chrome://stylish/content/edit.xul
    This really needs to be fixed
  • Posted By: makondoThere's a 'Stylish Forum'? I always thought this is it: http://forum.userstyles.org
    he meant forum category:
    http://forum.userstyles.org/?CategoryID=2 - stylish
    http://forum.userstyles.org/?CategoryID=3 - userstyles.org
  • Updating a style on its respective page doesn't work, and it needs to be updated via the Add-ons Manager?
    Hmmm...
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