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New version for Firefox

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  • Yes, Stylus works very well with FF57+.
    At the moment it even works in FF59 Nightly, the newest FF you can get.
  • edited December 2017 Firefox
    Hi.
    Please, tell me if these userstyles are working (full) on Firefox 57 + Stylish 3.0:
    https://userstyles.org/styles/107168/about-pages-dark
    https://userstyles.org/styles/31267/global-dark-style-changes-everything-to-dark
    Ie, if they are working on settings and config pages.
  • @EpamiTut
    In FF57+ addons can't style internal pages like about:addons anymore.
    https://github.com/openstyles/stylus/wiki/FAQ#why-doesnt-my-favorite-style-work-in-firefox-57
    You can still change them by using userChrome.css which is explained here: https://www.userchrome.org/
  • natalieg said:

    Hi everyone! If you're a Firefox user, this message is for you.

    Please upgrade to the current version in the store (v2.1.1) as soon as possible. Upgrading to this version will save your currently installed themes and allow you to port them over to the newer version that we will be releasing, and that complies with the new Firefox extension guidelines.

    Anyone that does not upgrade to v2.1.1 by Friday, November 10th will not have their installed themes in the following version (v3.0.0) to be released a few days later.

    Thanks for your understanding and we hope you enjoy the new version :)

    I'm late I know, but I still haven't upgraded Firefox from version 52.x on one of my computers so... :)

    But I'm about to right now.
    However. I'v updated Stylish to 2.1.1 with no issues what so ever, but updating to 3.0.1 gives me some sort if "Stylish database error" and a suggestion to click on a link to read about a solution.
    The link doesn't get me anywhere and Stylish isn't working so I went back to 2.1.1.

    Is this just because I didn't upgrade Firefox to 48+ yet or will I have the same error when/if I do?

    Can't really go without Stylish so I'd rather not update Firefox at all than miss out just to have a "new and secure browser".
  • Whatever it is, it's not Firefox's fault. Stylish is not maintained anymore.
    Use Stylus instead.

  • micke_o said:

    I still haven't upgraded Firefox from version 52.x on one of my computers so... :)

    But I'm about to right now.
    However. I'v updated Stylish to 2.1.1 with no issues what so ever, but updating to 3.0.1 gives me some sort if "Stylish database error" and a suggestion to click on a link to read about a solution.
    The link doesn't get me anywhere and Stylish isn't working so I went back to 2.1.1.

    Is this just because I didn't upgrade Firefox to 48+ yet or will I have the same error when/if I do?

    Can't really go without Stylish so I'd rather not update Firefox at all than miss out just to have a "new and secure browser".

    If you are on Firefox 56 or lower, stick with the old Stylish 2.1.1.

    For Firefox 57+, you may get the database error if you use automatic private browsing mode. That prevents newer extensions from accessing their IndexDB-format storage and there is no workaround as far as I know.
  • edited February 2018 Firefox
    Ohh Nooo. Firefox Quantum is Horrible to Userstyles. This is a Throwback. =((
    I'm testing Stylus too, even "Dark loading page for firefox" style cannot be installed.
    Also, Fx needs some new dark style to about:newtab, about:home, about:plugins,...

    Please, Where do we find how to add exclusions for the new Firefox Quantum?
    New Stylish (or Stylus) doesn't allow to add this 'regexp line' to Global styles:
    /*----- SITES TO EXCLUDE -----*/ @-moz-document regexp("https?://(?!(www.youtube.com|(apis|plus)\(.google|.googleapis)\.com/(.*)/widget/render/comments\?(.*)|www.startpage.com/do/mypage|www.your.sites.here.com|forum.example.com)).*|about:?!newtab.*"), url-prefix(file://), url-prefix(chrome://)
    Thanks.
  • Hi EpamiTut, for about:newtab and about:home, you may need to create a userContent.css file; I suspect extensions are no longer allowed to restyle those.

    http://kb.mozillazine.org/UserContent.css

    (Note: this is different from a userChrome.css file, which is to modify the toolbar area.)

    I don't know about exclusions from global styles, never used those before.
  • edited February 2018 Firefox

    This will darken your Firefox very easy

    Please, Where do we find how to add exclusions for the new Firefox Quantum?

    Nothing has changed. Your regex is invalid because of unmatched paranthesis.

  • Waterfox
    2 questions.

    1. How to access options/styles without doing tones of clicks? Button panel only has a link to userstyles.org
    2. How to preview a site without constantly reloading it? Development is a real PITA without preview button.
  • @coth
    Try using Stylus (not sure if it will work with waterfox).
    It has a direct link to advanced settings in the popup and supports live preview.

  • q1kq1k
    edited February 2018 Firefox
    coth said:

    2 questions.

    1. How to access options/styles without doing tones of clicks? Button panel only has a link to userstyles.org
    2. How to preview a site without constantly reloading it? Development is a real PITA without preview button.

    Install the older version of stylish, Waterfox will continue to support the old addons, it's basically FF56 in disguise.
  • edited February 2018 Firefox

    This will darken your Firefox very easy

    Please, Where do we find how to add exclusions for the new Firefox Quantum?

    Nothing has changed. Your regex is invalid because of unmatched paranthesis.


    Thanks @stonecrusher .
    userContent.css from ShadowFox Development works nice to "about:" pages. It is a very extensive code text file. Saved in chrome folder from firefox Profile directory.

    I think, a basic tutorial is needed to the recent Stylish/Stylus layout changes.
    Currently, I'm using "Midnight Surfing Global Dark Style (Customized)".
    Unmatched paranthesis fixed. But still, I have trouble to disable (exclude) Youtube.com and comments there, which it worked in the past.
    However, this global userstyle (fork) works nice excluding Youtube and other sites by default: https://userstyles.org/styles/130029/global-dark-style-wombat-style-firefox-mozilla

    On the other hand, a Fix to remove flashing on new tabs like https://userstyles.org/styles/141761/dark-loading-page-for-firefox needs be fixed. Was it banned too?
  • EpamiTut said:

    On the other hand, a Fix to remove flashing on new tabs like https://userstyles.org/styles/141761/dark-loading-page-for-firefox needs be fixed. Was it banned too?

    To eliminate white flashes, use this code in the userChrome.css file:
    @-moz-document url(chrome://browser/content/browser.xul) { #browser #content .browserStack {background-color: [your color] !important;} }
  • edited April 2018 Firefox
    Thanks @João.
    That Fix works.

    Please, Do you know how to make Stylish/Stylus work the Old way?, that is, how to adding new styles as a single plain text?

    On the other hand, How to add/edit styles with the New Stylish/Stylus layout?


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