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Stylish 1.1.2b1 for Firefox

edited April 2011 in Stylish
Available here.
  • Updated the toolbar button to act more like other toolbar buttons
  • New default in Firefox 4 is to use the Add-ons Manager when choosing Manage Styles. The setting extensions.stylish.manageView is still available - 0 for add-ons manager, 1 for stand-alone dialog, 2 for sidebar
  • Added links for creating a new style and going to userstyles.org in add-ons manager
  • Removed Page Style overlay
  • Fixes for latest Firefox, Seamonkey, and Thunderbird
  • Updated Czech localization
  • Added partial Romanian localization

Comments

  • edited April 2011
    Thanks. Still no way to exclude styles from update/checking for updates? At least something like what Local Install used to have: Rclick on a style/Don't check for updates.
  • edited April 2011
    But... Why to follow the default state, while managing the styles directly, on pages, was very easy/useful, instead of redirecting us to Addons-Manager...

    Anyway, we have to get used to that new behavior...
  • LordStriker said: Anyway, we have to get used to that new behavior...
    or, as usual, change it in the config settings to whatever you want.

  • What do you mean "config settings?"

    Where can I set it as I want it? In "about:config?" Could you please explain me?
  • edited April 2011
    1. Type about:config in the URL bar.
    2. Click "I'll be careful, I promise!" or whatever it says to continue.
    3. In the Filter form at the top, put extensions.stylish.manageView
    4. There should only be one entry showing, right click the item > Modify . Change value depending on the behavior you want. 0 for add-ons manager, 1 for stand-alone dialog, 2 for sidebar
  • Has anyone else noticed when placing the new Stylish toolbar button on the Bookmarks Toolbar and left clicking it's icon the icon shifts downward slightly when using Stylish 1.1.2b1?

    I had to use this CSS code to prevent it from moving: It has if the icon is losing its padding when left clicked with mouse.

    #PersonalToolbar #stylish-toolbar-button { padding: 3px !important;}
  • edited April 2011
    Aah, i saw that too but since all my buttons are styled, i thought it was something with my style. But then why others wouldn't shift? - i thought... Hmm, thanks for posting. BTW, my buttons are on the navbar, so i don't think bars matter (even though i don't see shifting on my tabbar). It's the button.
    So, this should work everywhere (does for me): #stylish-toolbar-button
    But really should be fixed in the ext.
  • For those who want to hide the useless and redundant Stylish 1.1.2b1 toolbar button dropmarker:

    #stylish-toolbar-button dropmarker { display: none !important; }
  • edited April 2011
    Thank you luckymouse! Changed to "1" and all clear. It began to annoy me too much. Couldn't even go on page or to see Firefox while a style-window on Addons Manager was open... It's like "watafak?" Maybe I did something entirely wrong, but... Now, fine!
  • The toolbar button needs a context menu.

    When you right click it at the moment it brings up the standard firefox customize context menu.

    How about open options instead?
  • war59312 said: When you right click it at the moment it brings up the standard firefox customize context menu.
    which was the first point:
    Jason Barnabe (np) said:
    • Updated the toolbar button to act more like other toolbar buttons
    (as you said: 'standard')

  • war59312 said: How about open options instead?
    If by "open options" you mean for managing styles (standalone vs. add-ons manager vs. sidebar vs. whatever), then I think that should be a context menu for 'Manage styles...' instead.

  • rob64rock said: Has anyone else noticed when placing the new Stylish toolbar button on the Bookmarks Toolbar and left clicking it's icon the icon shifts downward slightly
    That's how buttons/bookmarks on the Bookmarks Toolbar are supposed to behave.

  • You know the single thing that's made me happiest about this is that we're back to using a menu button instead of pretending that it's just a normal button. Thank you so so much.
  • edited April 2011
    luckymouse, thanks for the how-to on avoiding the add-on page :)
  • about:Addons still does not show stylish. please fix that. i use about:Addons because it shows all toolbars.
  • edited April 2011
    Try about:addons instead (little-a, not big-A); or, don't select Tabs on Top. You could also create a style to keep the toolbar(s) you want to stay 'visible'.
  • war59312 said: How about open options instead?
    Middle click.
  • edited April 2011
    Hello. I tested Stylish 1.1.2 (final), using Firefox 3.6.x.
    However, Its Icon status bar no longer displays its context menu when right-click (secondary-click) with mouse.
    Why?? :-¿
    That feature was comfortable.



  • To make it consistent with other icons. You can still left-click it.
  • hey jason! thanks for maintaining stylish, i'm a big fan.

    out of curiosity, why did you remove the Page Style overlay? i ask because it was a critical part of my own edit/refresh/test loop for style development. details in the last few paragraphs of that link, but in short, i strongly prefer the keyboard to the mouse, and the Page Style overlay was the only way i could find to reload a style with the keyboard.

    is there any other way to do that with the keyboard? if not, i'd happily contribute code, ideas, or anything else in order to add one or get the Page Style overlay back.

    thanks in advance!
  • Removed it because I don't think anyone used that. Really, you didn't use either it other for the fact that it provided a keyboard shortcut for you.

    May I suggest instead you use Custom Buttons. This code will probably work:

    stylishOverlay.turnOnOff(false); stylishOverlay.turnOnOff(true)

    I believe you can assign a keyboard shortcut to the button.
  • edited April 2011
    Hi Jason.
    By curiosity. Is there any about:config or code (where to put it?), to get back the context menu, with secondary-click on the icon (status bar)??
    Does this increase the memory usage?

    Thanks.
  • On the toolbar icon? No, there is no pref.
  • perfect! custom buttons worked great. i actually later discovered keyconfig, which i like even better. regardless, using a separate extension for keyboard shortcuts was the right idea. thanks!
  • Is there no fix for the AOM problem?
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