How to Enable Loading of userChrome.css and userContent.css in Firefox
Starting in Firefox 69, the browser does not load userChrome.css or userContent.css by default. Users who use these files to tweak and customize their Firefox may want to re-enable them. Thankfully, it is easily can be done. There is a special option you need to turn on the about:config page.
Firefox 69 is yet another release of the Quantum engine-powered browser. Since 2017, Firefox has the Quantum engine which comes with a refined user interface, codenamed "Photon". The key changes in version 69 can be found here:
Note: The browser doesn't include support for XUL-based add-ons any more, so all of the classic add-ons are deprecated and incompatible. See Must have add-ons for Firefox Quantum.
Thanks to the changes made to the engine and the UI, the browser is amazingly fast. The user interface of Firefox became more responsive and it also starts up noticeably faster. The engine renders web pages much faster than it ever did in the Gecko era.
Firefox 69 does not load userChrome.css or userContent.css anymore. To change this, enable the option
about:config. Here is how it can be done.
Enable Loading of userChrome.css and userContent.css in Firefox,
- Open a new tab in Mozilla Firefox.
about:configin the address bar. Confirm that you will be careful if a warning message appears for you.
- Enter the following text in the search box:
- Set the option
- The functionality of the external CSS files is now restored.
You are done.
Do you use these files in Mozilla Firefox? Which customizations you have applied by using them? Share you tweaks and ideas in the comments below.
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