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Which namespace write for "Firefox Classic Add-ons Archive" ?

edited February 4 in Style Development [?]

for :
Firefox Classic Add-ons Archive

It's a local archive which it can browse in waterfox/ firefox.
The CSS is simillar to AMO's old design so i can reuse anold userstyles for it.
But what i need put to affect this type of address:
caa:list?sort=users
caa:list?sort=rating

Comments

  • Maybe you must use old Stylus / Stylish with support moddify interface other addons.
  • Thanks:
    I have not tested with stylus...
    Have you a link/example about this particular case (modify interface of addons) ?
    It's that's about XUL things ?

  • This worked in Waterfox.

    @namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml);
    
    @-moz-document url-prefix(caa:){
    
    a{
      color:blueviolet!important;
      }
    }
    
  • This worked in Waterfox.

    @namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml);
    
    @-moz-document url-prefix(caa:){
    
    a{
      color:blueviolet!important;
      }
    }
    

    Hahah:
    Thanks , i go to test it!

  • That' good !
    Need some work to adapt but it's funny to have my old userstyle working again!
    Ps:
    Can't attache a screenshot ????

  • I keep Waterfox just for the old styles...:) The pic uploads quit working last Sept. You need to post pics to Imgur or somewhere and link it.

  • edited February 7 [?]

    I keep Waterfox just for the old styles...:) The pic uploads quit working last Sept. You need to post pics to Imgur or somewhere and link it.

    Thanks for all !
    ;-)
    Screenshot of the result (via Imgur):

  • That looks really nice, are you going to post the style to US.o?

  • edited February 8 [?]

    I need to test it before :
    There are a lot of change....
    One, is to use Web Archive for Adon classic too:

    How to match "web.archive.org" for only "addons.mozilla.org" ?
    Example:
    https://web.archive.org/web/201810/https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/pinger/reviews/

    "Firefox Classic Add-ons Archive" is very usefule and handle the AMO 404 to find the Addon in its base.

    And reviews are provided by "web.archive"
    very good job!

  • edited February 9 [?]

    "Firefox Classic Add-ons Archive" is very usefule and handle the AMO 404 to find the Addon in its base.

    Disable JavaScript also help to disable redirect to 404 page in Web Archive - possible block specific script without all JavaScript:

    ||web.archive.org/web/*js_/https://addons-amo.cdn.mozilla.net/amo-*.js$script,domain=web.archive.org
    

    (for uBO / AdGurad / AdBlock / Adblock Plus).

  • How to match "web.archive.org" for only "addons.mozilla.org" ?

    With regex?

    https://github.com/stylish-userstyles/stylish/wiki/Applying-styles-to-specific-sites#advanced-matching-with-regular-expressions

    Yes i know , but i am not familiar with regex....

    And about AMO 404:
    I want keep the webArchives for AMO 404.
    It's a very practical function provided by le "Firefox Classic Add-ons Archive" addon.

  • edited February 10 [?]

    I want keep the webArchives for AMO 404.

    So no create filter list for ABP/uBO/AdGuard (optionaly script for greasemonkey/tampermonkey/violentmonkey - similar to: Reddit - force default theme) or do not paste to "my filters list" advert panel.

    ||web.archive.org/web/*js_/https://addons-amo.cdn.mozilla.net/amo-*.js$script,domain=web.archive.org
    
  • @-moz-document regexp("https://web.archive.org/web/.*/https://addons.mozilla.org/.*") {
    /* https://web.archive.org/web/20181002132732/https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/pinger/reviews/ */
    }
    

    for my works?

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