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Thread: Firefox Quantum - scrollbar very thin

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    Firefox Quantum - scrollbar very thin

    Hello.
    Use ubuntu 16.04 desktop-64 bit.
    This morning, firefox updated to the Quantum 57.0 version (64 bit) and in the reboot I immediately noticed that the scroll bars (side and bottom, have become very thin, (around 3 mm thick).
    I had previously installed a noia scrollbar bar, to increase the scroll bar thickness, for my visual needs.
    Among the add-ons I find that the boredom extension has been disabled because it is not compatible with the new version of firefox. How can I overcome this in order to be able to adjust the slider width again? thanks for the sure help.
    this is what I need:


    Thanks in advance.
    Ubuntu 18.04 desk 64 bit - MX-19 - Ubuntu 16.04 desk 64 bit

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    Re: Firefox Quantum - scrollbar very thin

    Please don't try to post data urls. Use actual images instead.

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    Re: Firefox Quantum - scrollbar very thin

    Create a plain text file called gtk.css in ~/.config/gtk-3.0 with the following content:
    Code:
    *{
    -GtkRange-slider-width: 15;
    }
    This will affect all your gtk3 applications. If you want it to only affect Firefox, that will take some more work.

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    Re: Firefox Quantum - scrollbar very thin

    I followed your suggestion and solved it immediately.
    thank you.
    How can I insert "solved"?

    edit: found the way to insert : solved.
    Thanks again.
    Ubuntu 18.04 desk 64 bit - MX-19 - Ubuntu 16.04 desk 64 bit

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