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Changing the color of fonts

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Robert Lindsay
 
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Post Posted May 14th, 2018, 11:53 am

I like to change the color of my fonts from black to more of a grey. It is so much easier on my eyes that way because there is not so much contrast. I just got a new system, so I lost all of my old settings, but before I was doing this via a setting User.content.css in a Chrome folder.

div (line 9)

{

color: #787878;

{color: #787878 !important;}



Do I need all of that? How about just

{color: #787878 !important;}


leaving out the rest. Would that be good enough? I don't know if the rest of it is necessary.

TIA!

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Post Posted May 14th, 2018, 12:39 pm

Robert Lindsay wrote:Do I need all of that? How about just

{color: #787878 !important;}


Nope.

Try:

Code: Select all
* {
   color: #787878 !important;}
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