Hi adodupan -
Thanks for the context. I tried the snippet in my userContent.css, but it would only work on page text, not in text-boxes. (I do remember a thread in the Opera forums about getting css things to work in text-boxes, and it was not encouraging. Sometimes they would work! Half the problem is that inside the text-box is not actually part of the web page
Having said that, I'm afraid that (for me) XUL is a little bit deeper than a parking-lot puddle -- I'm used to working on web pages rather than the innards of a browser
-- although I cannot see any reason why well-formed script should not result in well-formed code which should work. It may get back to the text-box thing in the Opera forum I mentioned.
@Guenter - How would user.css have a bug? Or would that be in the browser itself?
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