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  1. Peter Lemmen

    The chrome folder was missing for me as well, but creating it, and then creating the UserContent.css file inside it worked just fine. Thanks!

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  2. I created ‘chrome’ folder and the file (and made sure it has .css suffix) but it did not work.

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  3. Mark Cross

    I made the chrome folder and the css file. I made the css file with notepad plus. It works, when I hit new tab. The first page that opens FF is still the bright white. My FF opens to a blank page. I probably have to change something for about:blank to change that.

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  4. Firefox 52.2.0 on Debian GNU/Linux: folder and file name is correct, content is exactly as shown above but still: new tab has a very bright background. Even when I disable “show your top sites”.
    Has the directory or the file name changed?

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