userstyles.org - Stylish - Statusbar Icons better distinguishable

Since Stylish 1.0 it's possible to reflect if a style is currently applied. There are three states displayed: no style, global style and site style
This style makes a slight change to the Stylish statusbar-icons.

It does the following
• No styles applied: displays the standard Stylish icon for this state, slightly darkened
• Global styles applied: like no styles (see above)
• Site-Style applied: displays the standard Stylish icon for this state, more saturated

The reason for this style is the following:
Though I like the icons, it's not easy to see a difference between applied global style and site style. And since the icon for the global style is forced if you have at least one active global style (which I guess most of you have), I liked the idea of having just a two-state-display: "site-style on" and "site-style off".

**** Note that this is for Stylish versions 1.0.1 and up ****

To use this style, install Firefox and Stylish. If you already have Stylish, make sure this site is allowed to run JavaScript.

Stylish - Statusbar Icons better distinguishable
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Author FlunkLuc
License © FlunkLuc.
Created May 11, 2009
Updated May 11, 2009
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