Probably chrome://global/skin should not be in overlay files, but included once only in the file that uses the overlay. If overlays all included the global css file, we'd be bringing the file in more than once in many cases.
I am taking this bug since I created this file and the global/skin line is mine.
This bug cannot be fixed until 12106 has been fixed. The overlays currently do not get the global styles applied to them unless the global styles are included in the overlay as well.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 20 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
xul.css has been removed from tasksOverlay.xul. This was removed by the folks doing the work on xul.css and skin.css. Bug 12106 is still open but it would seen that we are working OK in our primary windows. Marking as fixed.
Adding verifyme keyword.
Yep, xul.css isn't in tasksOveerlay.xul anymore.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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