An opinionated set of configurations for firefox. (by akshat46)

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  • OnelineProton: An oneline userChrome.css theme for Firefox, which aims to keep the Proton experience
    Hello! I could do that but, to do that, it would have to be done practically from scratch. But there are already some very good themes with a sidebar interface with the use of the treestyle tab addon, like FlyingFox.
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    Yeah me too. I use this css theme on it:
  • [TST] Ease sidebar in on hover
    you can add an (css (I think)) animation. Check out this repo. It has a sidebar that is (probably) exactly what you want. Look in the wiki under sidebar and check out the code for inspiration :)
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  • Flyingfox v0.1: Been working on this for past few months. I wanted to hone my React skills so made a FirefoxColor like webapp that helps customize CSS with a GUI.
    An extension called nighttab. You can find my configuration for it here:
    I have just added a tst CSS that should handle branching with hover sidebar as well as static. Its in treestyletab/config-hover.css. Unlike the old TST hover, it does not require "Right side" to be selected so make sure you have "Left side" selected for sidebar position.
    Is there another configuration setting required for TST to auto-hide? I've pasted the config-hover.css code from here into TST config > Advanced > Extra Styles and the TST sidebar remains static.
    oh yeah sorry about that. I added tst hover today so it's not part of the release. I wanted to iron out a few more things until next release. You can find the file here:
    Take a look at the github wiki. You'll first have to install flyingfox rest of the CSS from release page. The app changes variables and imports in chrome/config.css that customize rest of the CSS.
    Thanks for bringing this up. I don't use containers so didn't think about it. I've just pushed a fix for this to dev branch. Replace contents of your userChrome-tabline with this file and you should see clear container distinctions.
    This one is long overdue. You can see more details, and get it at the release page as well as the wiki.
    Yes, I plan to add this as an option in the app. Meanwhile, take a look at this issue:


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