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Browsers Lesson IN NEED (Netscape - Other)

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by hat1, Mar 21, 2009.

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  1. hat1

    hat1 Newbie

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    Hi Folks,

    Is there any other Browser out there that mandatory changes every page's colors to my choise? My preferences are attached.
    I'm a proud & true Netscape'er for years since it's the only that does NOT make my eyes sting from the given white BG's glare.

    SO - which Browser out there can make this miracle too? I've already tried all the "big 1s", & the # of pages my Netscape can still handle is on an irreversible lurid decline, now incl my Y! inbox ...
    Is there a close inheritor to Netscape? I would prefer some unknown browser most of the trojan horses haven't heard of it...

    If this issue would fit better in a different section Plz let me know of it :)
    Thanks!
     

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  2. rayray

    rayray Newbie

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    i´m quite sure you could do this with a greasemonkey script for firefox, maye there´s even an extra addon for that

    edit: also, some browsers let you use your own custom CSS for all sites

    the Firefox Addon Stylish has got global styles are styles that apply to all sites
     
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  3. rayray

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    or alternatively, you can use this nice bookmarklet on a per site basis:

    Code:
    javascript:(function(){var newSS, styles='* { background: #000000! important; color:#FFFFFF!important } :link, :link * { color: #9999FF!important } :visited, :visited * { color:# FF6666 !important }'; if( document.createStyleSheet) { document.createStyleSheet(%22javascript:'%22+styles+%22'%22); } else { newSS=document.createElement('link'); newSS.rel='stylesheet'; newSS.href='data:text/css,'+escape(styles); document.getElementsByTagName(%22head%22)[0].appendChild(newSS); } })();
    works with FF, didn´t try it with other browsers, but i would say FF is the closest inheritor to Netscape
     
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  4. clvezlys

    clvezlys Newbie

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    As far as I remember, FF is the direct descendant to netscape (I think).

    Opera has everything you need. You are allowed to mess with styles as much as you want. Additionally, it's fairly safe (probably safest out of mainstream browsers)(yes, safer than Chrome.)