This style gives you maximum control over the look of your scrollbars with the fewest lines of code. This style matches any theme you throw at it thanks to having over 1000 different combinations. Thankfully, your flashy new scrollbars are un-intrusive thanks to the fact that they float over the page and are unlikely to interfere with page contents; and if floating is too much for you, feel free to enable autohiding. Compatible with most Gecko based browsers. Refresh the page after installing to see results.
Check this short tutorial for list of extensions and screenshots. You can also report bugs and send me suggestions there, it's GitHub! Headerbar style for GNOME 3.14-: https://userstyles.org/styles/91417 Headerbar style for GNOME 3.16+: https://userstyles.org/styles/96733
about:addons – clean & compact Mostly inspired by Cleanest Addon Manager. Also Firefox: Awesome Addons Manager for the 'User Styles' category. The addon manager is in dire need of a facelift, but until Mozilla addresses this "issue", css styles will have to do..
Makes Firefox look better on Windows 10. Obviously looks best on Windows 10.
Hides bookmarks bar by default for more browsing space. Hover cursor over the navbar to slide out the bookmarks bar. Alternatively, press Alt key to show both traditional menu bar along with the bookmarks bar. Mac version link: Firefox Sliding Bookmarks Bar [Mac]
For the new about:home tab in Fx 14.0a1, 15.0a1, 16.0a1 and 17.0a1. Intended to complement A Add-on Manager Style and A New Tab Modification.
windows version of minimal floating scrollbar for firefox mac os x -> http://userstyles.org/styles/83295/minimal-floating-scrollbars-for-firefox-mac-os-x this one is based on glow scrollbars -> http://userstyles.org/styles/76999/glow-scrollbar but unlike glow scrolbar it does not make textarea resizer grip disappear might work on linux too
- Fx only - logo & search box - remove search submit button as we all know there is one thing called `Enter` - choose how launcher display
Very dark grey skin with red hilited elements for Firefox. See more at https://www.facebook.com/AntonFerreiroFerrero.