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Provide distinctive red coloring for visited links on all sites. An alternate style Red: Mark visited links as read on unruly domains (16842) limits the change to a few commonly used domains that do not provide adequate color changes between visited and unvisited links such as Google, and some of the Mozilla and MozillaZine sites. For some additional effects involving red dashed outline around links when hovering, green dashed borders around no-follow links, and cross-hair cursor for links that open in a new tab/window see No Follow links, mouseover id of other links (DM*) (10987). Have simply incorporated "red:" bookmarklet as a style. The bookmarklet version can be obtained at http://www.mvps.org/dmcritchie/lessons/intro/k.html look for "red: Visited links to RED for visibility" and give the bookmarklet a keyword of "red:". The bookmarklet can be used on site for a temporary change instead of using a style. An alternative suggested by Bob Jamison would be to show a red Unicode character to the left of a visited link so as not to disrupt t
Many Windows users of Firefox, including myself, suffer from strange Helvetica font issues. Firefox does not appear to render the font correctly and makes sites which use the font (e.g. Digg, Twitter, etc.) very difficult to read. This style simply overrides Helvetica Neue and tells Firefox to use the local Arial font instead. See http://www.keyvan.net/2010/10/helvetica-on-firefox/ for more information. This problem has been reported in various places: https://support.mozilla.com/en-US/questions/750824 https://support.mozilla.com/hi-IN/questions/744520 https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=578829 --- Apologies for the deceptive ads you see on this page, I have no control over that. If you see a big download button on this page, please ignore it - better still, install Adblock Plus: http://adblockplus.org/en/. See here for more information: http://wiki.darkpatterns.org/Disguised_Ads#Example:_userstyles.org_.28November_2011.29
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A thin modern-looking scrollbar for all sites. Just as easy to use as the normal one but uses less screen space.
Addition of Firefox incantations to Windows 8 Scrollbar in any Website (Fire., Chrome) so that it really does support both browsers. Unfortunately, Userstyles won't let Chrome install it unless it's a "site" style. So, now it's a "Google" style. (But it isn't. It's really a global style.)