Open Bug 1489364 Opened Last year Updated 6 months ago
Using Firefox Nightly strips User Styles from Firefox
User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10.12; rv:61.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/61.0 Build ID: 20180807170231 Steps to reproduce: 1. I use Stylus both for safety and readability. 2. I opened Firefox Nightly to test whether a bug also appeared in Firefox Nightly. It did. Actual results: 3. I opened Firefox. I tried to check something in Stylus, and all my user Styles were gone. 4. I installed one more style, opened Firefox Nightly, opened Firefox, and found this style was also gone. Expected results: 5. Testing Firefox Nightly should not remove safety and accessibility tools from Firefox proper!
Hi MarjaE, Thanks for reporting this bug. I have some questions. • Can you update to the newest version of Firefox and see if this is reproducible in the newest release version (62.0)? • What websites/styles have you installed? I want to see if I can reproduce exact behavior and using this add-on, it looks like different sites/styles behave differently.
Component: Untriaged → Extension Compatibility
* Can you update to the newest version of Firefox No. I tried to recover using MacOS Time Machine, but that failed. I lost *all* my safety settings, the ability to use menus, and the ability to use keyboard shortcuts. I am currently using Waterfox. * What websites/styles have you installed? I want to see if I can reproduce exact behavior and using this add-on, it looks like different sites/styles behave differently. Using the Waterfox list: * Block Apple's Dogpic (based on a discussion at discussions.apple.com, stopped working in Firefox 60.) * Block Sticky Elements (work in progress.) * Block Top Bars (work in progress, to merge with Block Sticky elements once that one's working.) * Disable Google Maps Zoom (stopped working anywhere.) * Limited transition blocker (stopped working anywhere.) * Move timeline (based on a discussion at Elsewhere Cafe.) * Steam store: disable screenshot carousel (possibly from UserStyles.org?) * Tumblr - Block Logo Animation (renamed from UserStyles.) * Tumblr - Hide Tumblr Radar (renamed.) * Tumblr - No Scrolling Avatars (renamed.) * Tumblr - Restyle - Post Editor Scroll (renamed.) * Tumblr Block Video (based on a discussion there.) * Tumblr Green and Gray (from UserStyles. Currently added to userChrome.css in Waterfox, stopped working either way in Firefox 60, with occassional brief functionality.) * Tumblr login/not found background disable (from UserStyles.) * Tumblr sticky header no more (probably from UserStyles.) * Userstyles.org - Wide & Content-First (from Userstyles.)
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