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looks like this now
thank you much.
I'm switching from Waterfox to Firefox
I'd like to know if exist a css code to implement "Reduce space above toolbar (if possible)" feature of CTR
Alternatively, do you know how to reduce tab bar height? (I don't mean tab height, I already know it)
Firefox already offers such an option by default. Open customizing mode, the checkbox right next to the titlebar checkbox.
You could also try to change the top padding and margin of #TabsToolbar, #TabsToolbar-customization-target or #tabbrowser-tabs.
I tried many times your suggestions and I didn't find a way to reduce Tab bar height.
This is my result
Do you mean this?
It has no effect
Was you result achieved with CustomCSSforFx projects files?
You also have to reduce caption buttons padding/margin values, because it seems like min, max, close buttons are causing the space above your tabs.
Ok, I recreate my userChrome.css using CustomCSSforFx projects files
I'd like again reducing tab bar height
As you can see, I moved up min, max and close buttons. I don't remember how I did it, please tell me how I did
I tried to change min, max, close icons using
and it doesn't work at all, as well as all other close icons
I don't know how reducing these values
Use developer tools to look up ids and classes of ui items.
The file you imported is not for windows min, max, close buttons, but other general x (close) buttons inside the window.
there is a small change in addons page beta5 - the wheel and dropdown marker are gone.
fit again, had 2.4.5v2 at work. thx
Hi Aris. First,thank you for having created the CTR I'm using for years. I have a problem, and my very basic knowledge can't solve it (I'm going to try to summarize has best has I can). Because I hate Quantum interface, I'm still using FF52 ESR for CTR. Since it's a really outdated version, I need to update asap, so I spent the last few days working on a virtual machine with FF66 to see how your CSScustomfix works, and I successfully got back 95% of my actual FF interface and functionalities.
One last thing however is trolling me: the size of the double chevron of "show more bookmarks" (in the very right of the personal tool bar). It's really big compared to my actual FF. I found something in "buttons_on_bookmarks_toolbar_old_size_and_appearance.css" (since it's the setup I use with userchrome.css): the "toolbarbutton-icon width", but the problem is it changes my whole personal toolbar icons size, not the double chevron only. So my question: how can I change it's size to make it really smaller like my old FF without changing other icons size?
Thanks a ton for the help (and to whoever could help me ) .
https://ibb.co/6RFfGBr => my actual FF52 with small chevron (size I would like to have, roughly)
https://ibb.co/1T2W1vh => the fat one from FF66 I want to size down.
Try to change the chevron using this:
Thanks a ton,
Oh well I tried by luck in Button.css mentionned previously, and holy cow, it worked. Thanks a lot Aris, you rock
Hello there. I come back for a small thing I haven't noticed at first. I moved everything from virtual machine to real FF. Works fine, interface is ok, though, there's a thing that constantly catches my eyes on sites having a dark background. A thin grey line on the Tabs Toolbar as you can see here above the red line https://i.ibb.co/1RngZGq/1.jpg It's even more obvious when I changed a few settings in "tabs_below_navigation_toolbar_fx65.css" (since I use tool bar not on top)=> https://i.ibb.co/M8jD1bV/2.jpg After more values change, I think I found a hint: it seems that grey line ends (and becomes really reduced) with the "List all tabs button" => https://i.ibb.co/NS6fr6B/3.jpg which appears if I change the width below 8vw in:
but with the price of having ridiculously small, unpractical tabs toolbar.
So my question: Is there a way to completely remove or maybe recolor in deep black that eye catching grey line? Or perhaps moving the "list all tabs button" on the very left of the tabs toolbar, behind actual tab would remove the line? If yes, which line in which CSS should I modify to change that?
Thanks a lot, have a nice day C:
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