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00Septimus
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Simple color and font app for a website ?

Unread post by 00Septimus » 2022-11-29, 13:25

There are some websites whose font is way too light. Now you can set the font to black in the settings. However, this then applies to all pages and every tab.
Is there an app that I can use to regulate this for selected pages only? Then I wouldn't have to open the settings for this every time.

In the photo the difference between regular and desired:
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Re: Simple color and font app for a website ?

Unread post by Lucio Chiappetti » 2022-11-29, 13:39

Nosquint should do what you want among others https://addons.palemoon.org/addon/nosquint/
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Re: Simple color and font app for a website ?

Unread post by 00Septimus » 2022-11-29, 14:18

Lucio Chiappetti wrote:
2022-11-29, 13:39
Nosquint should do what you want among others https://addons.palemoon.org/addon/nosquint/
Thanks for pointing out NoSquint. I had searched in the add-ons, but strangely I didn't see this add-on - maybe because of the name.
It's pretty close to what I want. While it doesn't exactly do what's done in the settings, it's good enough.
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