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madirish
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join:2003-08-04
Cleveland, OH

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reply to tahoejeff

Re: [Extension] LCD Clock v0.2

with firefox open go to tools>view>Toolbars>Customize.Look for the clock-drag it to where you want



tahoejeff
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join:2001-07-01
Wisconsin Dells, WI

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tyvm madirish! it actually works.
i'm not normally an idiot around computers, but never messed with firefox except for a couple speed tweaks in about:config.
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madirish
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join:2003-08-04
Cleveland, OH
glad it works! Have fun



FastEddie
Premium,Ex-Mod 2001-13
join:2000-12-29
Channel Z
kudos:6

Has anyone been able to find a way to get ride of the "shadows of the numbers not displayed"? It would make it much easier to read and also give it a cleaner appearance.






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Trooper
Premium
join:2005-05-18
USA

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Not sure yet. Altho the code you posted does not work the same for me. If I use your code it blue background on black numbers.
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FastEddie
Premium,Ex-Mod 2001-13
join:2000-12-29
Channel Z
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Here's the full code I use that includes the place where you can change the background color. I use a photo editor to get the color number but you can also find them here Color Codes

.lcd-labels {
font-family: Digital Readout Thick Upright !important;
font-size: 2.0em !important;
padding: 0px 2px !important;
margin: 0px !important;
}

.lcdclock-bgcolor {
background-color: #E0E0E0 !important;
}

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Diazruanova
Premium
join:2004-08-13
Mexico

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reply to FastEddie
Hi FE,

this is working for me:

.lcd-fade-label {
opacity: 0.1 !important;
color: #FF0000 !important;
}

The important thing here in order to get rid of the "shadows of the numbers" is to lower the opacity value: between 0.0 and 0.2 should be fine.

The color of course, will be irrelevant

Diazruanova
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La Luna
RIP Lisa
Premium
join:2001-07-12
Warwick, NY
kudos:3
said by Diazruanova:

Hi FE,

this is working for me:

.lcd-fade-label {
opacity: 0.1 !important;
color: #FF0000 !important;
}

The important thing here in order to get rid of the "shadows of the numbers" is to lower the opacity value: between 0.0 and 0.2 should be fine.

The color of course, will be irrelevant

Diazruanova
Yes it does work!!
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FastEddie
Premium,Ex-Mod 2001-13
join:2000-12-29
Channel Z
kudos:6

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reply to Diazruanova

Thanks Diazruanova See Profile

I put it in my userchrome and set the opacity to 0.0 and the shadows disappeared.

Great work!






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Diazruanova
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Mexico
Any time
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hfam95

join:2003-06-20
Woodbridge, VA

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I wish I knew you had that problem. I would have told you that earlier. I left mine slightly shadowed to give that real digital feel.

Here is my complete code:

.lcd-disp-label {
opacity: 1.0 !important;
color: black !important;
}

.lcdclock-bgcolor {
background-color:#F8F8FF !important;
}

.lcd-labels {
font-family: Digital Readout Thick Upright !important;
font-size: 2.0em !important;
padding: 0px 2px !important;
margin: 0px !important;
}

.lcd-fade-label {
opacity: 0.25 !important;
color: DimGrey !important;
}