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    Can I edit css for toolbars in Catalina??
    what is a good free editor for writing css mods in Mac??
    can I get someone here to write me simple mods to CSS?
    thanks

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    ...and CSS is?
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    Welcome to our forums.

    As has been asked above, what are you referring to?

    CSS to me means Cascading Style Sheets. Is that what you're trying to say?

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    My guess would be Counter-Strike Source when equated with Mods, but just want to make sure.
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    your kidding right??? CSS is style sheets on any planet I have been to....
    I want to modify them on Safari....if possible....thats why I put the question on Mac OS....
    Do you know a free app to modify CSS sheets???? thanks

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    CSS sheets for what site? CSS is plain text, you can use TextEdit for it, you don't need a specific app for it.
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    do you know how to get Safari to red them ??? Do I put the code in the same userChrome.css
    file as Firefox??? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by 749 View Post
    do you know how to get Safari to red them ??? Do I put the code in the same userChrome.css
    file as Firefox??? thanks
    Safari -> Preferences -> Advanced. Style Sheet.

    You state the flow, text, and use the extension .CSS

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    Quote Originally Posted by 749 View Post
    your kidding right??? CSS is style sheets on any planet I have been to....
    What "planets" would those be? If you've been doing some interplanetary space travel...I would like to learn more.

    Yes...CSS in most conversations stands for Cascading Style Sheets. But since CSS is an acronym...there are quite a few things CSS can stand for:

    CSS - What does CSS stand for? The Free Dictionary

    Ashwin/Raz0rEdge...above was simply trying to verify what was meant by CSS in post #1...before offering assistance. Ashwin definitely knows what he's talking about...and definitely knows what Cascading Style Sheets sheets are!

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    sorry,,, I don't suppose I could get someone to write a simple css that made the favorites toolbar in Safari with font 16px....I usually get the syntax slightly wrong and it doesn't work...
    I quit Firefox because their constant tinkering with the GUI made CSS malfunction.
    It always amazes me that Apple didn't include a font app that was fully featured.
    I bet there is some strange security issue having to do with font settings and they don't want it messed with. Would love to hear from a Apple engineer on the subject.

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    I don't suppose I could get someone to write a simple css that made the favorites toolbar in Safari with font 16px....I usually get the syntax slightly wrong and it doesn't work...
    I believe the reason why that failed is the favorites toolbar is fixed and can not be changed by using a style sheet. I have used a style sheet in the past to keep web sites showing at a larger font but that is no longer necessary as Safari now allows each web site to be set separately. Doesn't always work, however.

    With the latest versions of macOS and Apple apps, it has become more difficult to alter the built in settings that are provided.

    Would love to hear from a Apple engineer on the subject.
    Lots of luck with that. Of course you could always submit a suggestion to Apple:

    How To Send Feedback To Apple - macReports

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    so the toolbar is Mac and the other stuff is browser....? when you do sidebar the font is ok...
    very strange..

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