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Windows 7: Change font color of visited search sites

31 Aug 2018   #1
metaguy

Win 7 Ultimate
 
 
Change font color of visited search sites

Big problem no one seems able to fix. Using Firefox 61 and Google for search. I want to change the font color of visited search sites.



Set up goes fine: Options> General>Font & Colors>Colors... I change "visited links" color to dark yellow. MUST change Override to "Always." Success (see attachment 1). But it changes the look and format of ALL sites, too (see attachments 2 & 3).


Some online advice is to make css changes. I'm not familiar with how to do that and I don't know if it will actually work. Suggestions please.




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31 Aug 2018   #2
johnhoh

Win7 pro x64
 
 

you used to be able to add a line to userChrome.css that looks like this:
a:visited {color: pink;}
and it would change visited links to pink. But I think starting with v57 that no longer works.
So I tried exactly what you did and got what you got.
Then I tried adding the below add-on, and then doing what you did again (tools > options > colors, etc) and that seemed to work correctly
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/visited-link-enabler/
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01 Sep 2018   #3
metaguy

Win 7 Ultimate
 
 

Good work. However, that app does the direct opposite of what I want.
I want the color change Only in Google search. See BOLD below. Any other ideas re: change the css? myself, do







visited link enabler by ulf3000

enables visited link colors on almost every website for easier browsing
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02 Sep 2018   #4
metaguy

Win 7 Ultimate
 
 

Are there any other suggestions? Many seem to have this problem. Thanks.
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