How do I disable text shadows in Firefox?

I normally turn of colors and read the web with a gray background. Some sites use text shadows, for example Askubuntu, which results in white borders around letters that make the text hard to read.

Technically this is implemented by a CSS property called text-shadow.

Is there a way to disable text shadows? I've looked into about:config but didn't find anything.

Or is it a Firefox bug? After all, I told it not to display colors.

I guess the same applies to the text-outline property.

Replay

Make a user style sheet with

* { text-shadow: none !important; }

In Firefox 4, you can do this by adding:

.tabbrowser-tab { text-shadow: none !important; }

to the userChrome.css file

Category: firefox Time: 2011-07-13 Views: 3

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