Firefox customization for stealth toolbars
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Stealthfox theme for Firefox

Firefox customization


Installation

  • Automatic installation (Mac or Linux):
    Type ./install.sh to install this to your Firefox profiles.

  • Manual installation:
    Copy userChrome.css to your Firefox profile folder's chrome/ subfolder (you may need to create it first).

Alternatively, userChrome.minimal.css has less features, and is perfect for incorporating it into your own customizations. (Thanks @ronjouch in #2!)

How do you use it?

  • Ctrl+L (or Cmd+L) will bring focus to the navbar. This lets you interact with the navbar buttons, or type in a URL.

  • You can also right-click on a page to bring the popup menu to navigate back, forward, and so on.

Further reading

For information on how this works, see userChrome.css customization on MozillaZine.

Thanks

firefox-stealthfox © 2019, Rico Sta. Cruz. Released under the MIT License.
Authored and maintained by Rico Sta. Cruz with help from contributors (list).

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