¿Do you use any way to Fix the banned styles to about: and Firefox support pages?

edited September 2018 in Style Requests [?]
Hi forum.

Excuse me. I don't know how was named this restriction in English.

To Fix those banned Firefox pages to userstyles, I'm using the ShadowFox project: https://github.com/overdodactyl/ShadowFox, its userContent.css file, and partially its userChrome.css only as the remove_white_flash.css code text renamed, and pasted to 'Chrome' folder on Firefox profile directory.

ShadowFox has variables, and I'm confused about its installation and bug fix for Gnu/Linux, according to developer.

It's nice, that Firefox refined its dark theme to toolbars and newpage.
Nevertheless, ¿Do you know alternatives to change colors to about: pages and Firefox support pages??


  • For about: pages you need to use userContent.css as you are doing now.

    For Mozilla Support -- if you mean https://support.mozilla.org/ -- you can edit that domain out of the restriction list so Stylish/Stylus can apply your rules there, but of course this means all extensions can work on that site.

    (1) In a new tab, type or paste about:config in the address bar and press Enter/Return. Click the button promising to be careful or accepting the risk.

    (2) In the search box above the list, type or paste restr and pause while the list is filtered

    (3) Double-click the extensions.webextensions.restrictedDomains preference and carefully edit out the domains where you want extensions to be able to run. If it gets messed up, you can right-click > Reset the preference, then start again.

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