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I'm having fun making XP to look like Leopard. I just finished making Windows Explorer to look like Finder. However, my next step is Firefox 3. Firefox looks beautiful right now but that white line kind of kills it though :(. Any ideas how to remove it?

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In Stylish:

/* Remove separators between toolbars*/

#toolbar-menubar {

min-height: 12px !important;

padding: 0px !important;

margin: 0px !important;

border: none !important;

}

#nav-bar {

border: none !important;

padding: 0px !important;

}

#PersonalToolbar {

border: none !important;

}

#navigator-toolbox {

border-bottom-width: 0px !important;

}

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Thanks Kinsemon, but this code didn't work for Firefox 3 but you gave me the clue I needed. However using Google (I just answered my own question LOL) I found out that you need to edit userChrome.CSS and add a small code. There is no need for Stylish.

However I guess this is useful for other people who might want to know how. Here it goes:

1. Make sure Firefox 3 is not running.

2. Go to "C:Documents and SettingsUSERNAMEApplication DataMozillaFirefoxProfiles"

3. There should be 1 folder here. Click on it and then open "chrome" folder.

4. Open "userChrome-example". Delete everything inside it. Then copy and paste this code:

/* hide toolbar borders */

toolbar {

-moz-appearance: none !important;

}

5. Save as "userChrome.css" without the quotes.

6. Open up Firefox. No more toolbar separator.

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