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Using DOM Inspector to edit toolbar buttons in Firefox 3.0.5

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  • Started 5 years ago by jmcguire
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jmcguire
jmcguire
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I have been trying to use the DOM Inspector in Firefox 3.0.5 to edit the toolbar button for the WebMail Notifier extension to give it text that shows up on the toolbar. I have written a Stylish script using an older script I found on userstyles.org to make all my buttons (with the exception of a few) have the text show on the right. The WebMail Notifier button has no text that shows, yet oddly has an entry for "label." Other buttons have only the label entry, and the "label" value is used as the text for the button name. Some buttons have "title" as well, but adding this to WebMail Notifer does not help. Adding a "value" entry does make text appear, but it appears on top of the button.

If anyone has any experience with the DOM Inspector, it would be greatly appreciated if I could get some assistance.

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jmcguire
jmcguire
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I realized this is a very specific and not very popular area, but if anyone knows anything about it, or knows where I could find information, it would be greatly appreciated.

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jmcguire
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I just thought I would bring this post back to the top... just in case.

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gueb
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I have no idea how to do it, but in response to where to find info:
this thread on mozillazine.org looks like a great resource.
http://forums.mozillazine.org/.....8;t=419695
While looking around in those forums I saw a link to a search at the Mozilla Developer Center
https://developer.mozilla.org/index.php?title=Special%3ASearch&search=toolbarbutton&language=en&fulltext=Search

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