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Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Geniales Addon - macht häßliche Seiten schick Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Genial umgesetzt: man kann einfach auf einer Seite sagen "Style für diese Seite erstellen" und dann mit ein paar CSS befehlen die Seite verschönern.
Schön wäre noch, wenn man bestimmte Bereiche mit CSS-ids versehen könnte um Elemente anzupassen, die sonst nicht eindeutig anzusprechen sind
It would be nice if you could additionally define certain areas and provide them with user-defined CSS-IDs so you can match elements that are otherwise not clearly addressable with only CSS
Problem Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I'm using linux and before updating firefox, this extension worked properly but after that I can't apply individual themes(one theme in one time)
I can only apply the theme by the "Turn all styles on" option
Other than that, this extension is an eye saver
Use this and Greasemonkey Rated 5 out of 5 stars
And take the web by the horns!Aquest usuari ha fet un comentari abans a aquest complement.
Facebook Dark Theme Rated 5 out of 5 stars
An awesome facebook dark theme >>> https://userstyles.org/styles/118180/dusky-gray-facebook
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I can't import from local .css files from my computer/mobile. :(
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
It worked just fine on my other computer, I could even synchronize my styles on any computer with things like dropbox.
Now I always have a problem when starting firefox : "Stylish is having problems opening its database. It will be non functionnal until the problem is fixed"...
It tried to compact the db with db sqlite browser, but did not fix the problem.
I uninstalled and reinstalled it but still can't solve the problem.
Whenever I install/create a style, it disappears when I restart firefox :/
Rated 1 out of 5 stars
What did you do to the edit box? I can't use this. Why do I ever update anything?
It just works Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Good enough for me
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This addon is fantastic! I can't believe that before I installed it I could manage without it. Works like a charm.
Como es que aun no se puede editar cuando se quiere instalar? Rated 2 out of 5 stars
Veo muy estupido que no posea la opcion de poder editar un estilo antes de instalarlo, existen problemas de compatibilidad que se deben solucionar antes, arruinan cosas tan sencillas
Subhankar Mondal Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Please Add This App For Microsoft Edge Browser...... Plz Plz.............
A Gateway to a Set of Customizations of Everything On Firefox Rated 5 out of 5 stars
As described, it provides tools for customizing not only web pages, but the browser (Firefox) itself. The site userstyles.org has many styles already made that can make the way you experience Firefox to the way you like. For instance, I found a great style to change the default homepage to have a custom background and show no logo (my background is the picture of a beautiful Fox). I also customized my new tab page to show the page tiles with a 16x9 aspect instead of 4x3. I found styles that will hide ads on some of my frequently visited web pages and make them more tidy. I also made one of my own for such purpose.
I disagree criley's argument for stating the Firefox version is inferior to the Chrome version. A single style document (css) can have many sections to affect different URLs in different ways. In the Chrome version the sections for different URLs are separated into different sub-documents. Indeed, if you write a style with the Chrome version, you will need to convert the style into the Firefox single document format before publishing it. That other implementation ads a level of abstraction, but little is gained from it. Yet there is one point were the Chrome implementation is better: Error checking in the Chrome version is better. But that version lacks the automatic word completion you get in the Firefox version. I think the best version is whichever matches the browser you like, and Firefox definitively renders my web pages more beautiful than the alternatives.
Inferior to chrome version Rated 2 out of 5 stars
Shockingly, this extension does not support per-url filtering.
The chrome version of stylish includes in the editor a URL filter including regexp that allows each style to be applied to only specific sites.
One should not have to rely on the bugged firefox implementation of "@-moz-document domain("")" when such features should be available in the extension by default
Must have Rated 5 out of 5 stars
When I'd started to use this add-on I realised that stylish was a thingie I was missing so much for years.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
The best addon ever. Thanks!
Rated 2 out of 5 stars
Great Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Since I have an Amoled screen I use black backgrounds. In the meantime I am so used to them that I never switched them off again. Much easier to read and saves battery power.
Needs an update button in styles. Rated 4 out of 5 stars
This really needs an update button like Chrome Stylish has. Otherwise, I have to go to every style I have via userstyles and update it. And the update command in regular firefox isn't working either. I'd much rather have a button that directly updates.
Update: I meant the update mechanism. It isn't working. It actually has never worked on firefox and I have been developing skins for firefox for 4 years. The only way it seems to work is if I go on userstyles and update it there.
Stylish hooks in to Firefox's add-ons update mechanism, so if you check for updates for your add-ons, you're checking your styles too.
Android version is lacking. Rated 4 out of 5 stars
The PC version is perfect.
The Android lacks a style editor. I saw the Dev's reply that no one would be writing styles on their Android device. Sure, but you can send it via e-mail and then copy and paste.
I have a lot of custom edits of styles available on userstyles, often ones that hide block that people most likely need but I do not, so there's no point in uploading them and I would love to have the ability to use them on my tablet and phone.
Edit: One option to let people use custom css would be to allow importing not only from the web, but also from the device.
You can also upload the CSS file somewhere and use the "Install from URL" feature. This will also allow you to update your style.