Allow custom CSS sytles
Frederick Zhang 5 years ago • updated 4 years ago • 1
First of all, thanks for the awesome add-on. It is currently the best speed dial add-on for Firefox as far as I know.
But personally it would be better if I could customise the new tab page a little more, e.g. stacking the dials to the left. Such requirements can hardly be categorised and supported all by the add-on itself, so what about simple allowing custom CSS styles to be applied in the page? FWIW Speed Dial 2 has this functionality in Chrome (it's still quite broken in Firefox though).
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Any thoughts? This currently makes it quite painful for me. Personally I'd like to tile the dials on the left (and apply a few other minor cosmetic tweaks) so every time FVD gets an update I need to manually patch the code...
I understand this function obviously targets only a small crowd but at the same time it won't be too complicated to implement I reckon?
PS: my patch, I just used !important everywhere so if FVD could allow me to inject my rules to the new tab page it'd work out of the box.