it's kinda off topic here, so shortly put, the !important; part will overwrite an existing code.
I see - so it is needed always if I want to overwrite some existing setting - in opposite to adding something new. IOW: If there is e.g. no height defined for element X, I don't need to specify "!important" - otherwise I need. Thanx!
@onemen: Taking this information and combining it with the code you quoted above, it in fact changes the appearance of the selected tab in the first row: Height grows back to normal - but only for that. Side-effect is that the second row disappears half, since the height of the entire bar was not adjusted.
The easiest way to do this kind of changes is to install the Stylish ext.
, search the site for existing styles and, if not found, ask in the userstyles.org forum
(which appears to be down now, keep trying), guys are very helpful there.
Oha - thank you very, very much for that hint! No more continuous restarts to see whether the changes have the wanted effect - great! I just built my first style to resize the toolbars as an exercise. And tried the above with it. Will play more with it and hopefully get something suiting
The upside down 'T' you're talking about is actually Fx invention and is not TMP related.
No, surely not - as I already mentioned before, even on a fresh installation with an "empty" profile (no extensions or schemes installed additionally) you will see this in Preferences->Advanced. Just in the multi-row tab bars it doesn't show up without TMP - obviously, since you have no multiple rows then
I don't have it, got rid of it with a style.
If you remember that style, it may give me a chance to locate it (no need to answer if it's to be found on the quoted location)
See if this thread
Thank you - will do!
Take it easy, Izzy!
I'll try my very best