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Stylish for Microsoft Edge?

Can we have a version for Microsoft Edge? Since the August Update, Microsoft Edge support extensions now. And i love to see a version of Stylish for Edge.


Thx! :D

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  • That would be cool
  • Same thought here bro :*
  • There is an app that helps a developer to convert a chrome extension to Microsoft edge. I'm not a developer but I assume it would be relative easy to them create extension for edge with that
    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/p/microsoft-edge-extension-toolkit/9nblggh4txvb?cid
  • I'm not a developer but I assume it would be relative easy


  • edited August 2016 Chrome

    I'm not a developer but I assume it would be relative easy


    Ok, I get your point :)

    But that's why I said I assume, because I don't know if it is. When I said it's "easy" I didn't mean you could do it with 3 mouse clicks. Poor choice of words I admite, I was just trying to say it's probably easier than create the extension from the scratch.

    I'm gonna shut up now because I have no I idea what I'm talking about
  • I wanna see this too, but I doubt it will happen due to lack of demand. :(
  • Oh! I want Stylish for Edge too. :)
  • Of course, because Edge is so... so very... hmm...

    Uh, remind me - why would someone want to use Edge?
  • Of course, because Edge is so... so very... hmm...

    Uh, remind me - why would someone want to use Edge?

    I need to use it for my surface PRO 4 since chrome and firefox don't work well with the pen and it runs a lot better
  • I got it to work in edge but anything that used chrome API doesn't work so the menus are broken atm
  • We can use userstyles on all browsers with adguard: https://adguard.com/en/userscripts.html

    It's not free though
  • Tampermonkey extension just came out to Microsoft Edge: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/p/tampermonkey/9nblggh5162s?ocid=WinProd_soc_omc__tw_Link_lrn_10272016

    We can install userstyles themes with that
  • Of course, because Edge is so... so very... hmm...

    Uh, remind me - why would someone want to use Edge?

    The ONLY positive I've seen with Edge is how fast it starts up, it's incredible. I'll stick for FF dev and Vivaldi personally :)
  • I want to have stylish for edge too. It is a pretty good browser for windows.
  • Yes,I want it too. there are some bugs when I install some style with the Tampermonkey on Edge.
  • edited April 24 Chrome
    I would also like stylish for edge. There are dozen of us, DOZEN!

    Edit: I think it's funny that my comment is flagged as coming from chrome when I'm actually making it from edge...
  • edited May 15 Chrome
    If you want to use Stylish Styles in Edge browser, you must install the "Tampermonkey" extension for Edge browser, go on userstyles.org, find your style and scrool at the end of the page before the chapter "Discussion:" you will find the "Install style as userscript ", click on it and then click on install in Tampermonkey. Enjoy!image
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  • Stylish for MS Edge plz !
  • I try with Facebook but the script don't works ... :/ It will be cool if stylish is on EDGE... Edge is quick and the new feature is good
  • Autant pour moi ça fonctionne mais pour certains thème il faut ajouter le include pour sélectionner le site sur lequel ça doit s'appliquer ;)
  • Seriously, make Stylish MS Edge compatible plz. I'm a fan of the extension, and actually just wrote an article teaching my audiences how to change color of visited links in different browsers. I've tried it on Chrome and Safari without any problem, Firefox doesn't require any plugin to achieve. Now just missing Edge!

    In case you want to read, here is my article: https://www.softwarehow.com/change-color-visited-links/
  • JP Zhang said:

    ...Firefox doesn't require any plugin to achieve.

    Unfortunately, the method you suggest -- Always override page colors -- makes some pages unusable due to missing background colors (e.g., invisible buttons). An extension probably is a better solution for Firefox, too.
  • @"JP Zhang" You used "Stylist" in your Chrome demo, nothing in Firefox, and the only one you used "Stylish" for was Safari, but that's a fork of the original which is really only connected by name at this point.

    Doesn't matter anyway, because Stylish was sold to some analytics company, and they've abandoned the forum because they got sick of being told how much they suck. Making suggestions or reporting bugs here is like pissing in the wind.
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