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Customizing Gmail (Firefox only)

Jung

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I've created a blue and grey theme for Gmail, I'll describe below how to install and use it.

Requirements:
  • URIid extension for Firefox.
  • Knowledge of how to locate and use UserContent.css.
  • My blue theme CSS file.
  • At least a basic knowledge of CSS. (to edit my style sheet if you choose) - This isn't required, but it would help.

Installation:
  1. Install the URIid extension.
  2. Find and rename your UserContent.css file if needed. (It may be named UserContent-example.css by default.)
  3. Copy and paste the contents of my CSS file into your UserContent.css file.
  4. Restart Firefox.

Screenshots:

I didn't screenshot them, but the theme will hide the Gmail footer and Invite div boxes. You can comment either out if you choose though.

 

TwisT

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junglizm said:
I've created a blue and grey theme for Gmail, I'll describe below how to install and use it.

Requirements:
  • URIid extension for Firefox.
  • Knowledge of how to locate and use UserContent.css.
  • My blue theme CSS file.
  • At least a basic knowledge of CSS. (to edit my style sheet if you choose) - This isn't required, but it would help.

Installation:
  1. Install the URIid extension.
  2. Find and rename your UserContent.css file if needed. (It may be named UserContent-example.css by default.)
  3. Copy and paste the contents of my CSS file into your UserContent.css file.
  4. Restart Firefox.

Screenshots:

I didn't screenshot them, but the theme will hide the Gmail footer and Invite div boxes. You can comment either out if you choose though.

Not much to do today?
 

Jung

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Magic Hobo said:
I lack Step 2.

I am such a fallible idiot.
Paste this into run: %appdata%/mozilla\firefox\Profiles open your profile folder, then the chrome folder and you should see the UserContent.css file..

TwisT said:
Not much to do today?
Actually I've been working on this for about a week, I just finished it today though. Thanks for an awesome reply though. :thumbsup:
 

Fire_ze_Missles

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Excellent!

But the question remains, did you find your soulmate in 7 days? :p
 
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Looks pretty cool. If I ever find the desire to go into gmail using a program other than thunderbird I'll be sure to use this :thumbsup:

I realize that's your spam box, but...wtf? roffle. Some interesting e-mails you get...