It's all spinning wheels and self-doubt until the first pot of coffee.

Tab Sidebar update and more userChrome.css hacking

Hmm, looks like there's been another update to my new favorite Firefox extension, Tab Sidebar. Nice changes on balance: It seems a bit more polished now, and among other things, the thumbnails have some mini-navigation controls. But, now there's too much crammed in there for my 12" screen.

So, I've started hacking my userChrome.css again:

#sidebar {
    min-width: 0px !important;
    max-width: none !important;
#sidebar-title { display: none !important }
sidebarheader  { display: none}

.tbs-tabpreviews .tbs-close   { display:none !important; }
.tbs-tabpreviews .tbs-favicon { display:none !important; }
.tbs-tabpreviews .tbs-title   { font-size: 0.825em !important; }

.tbs-tabpreview:hover .tbs-canvas, 
.tbs-tabpreview[selected="true"] .tbs-canvas {
    opacity: 1 !important;
.tbs-tabpreview[selected="false"] .tbs-canvas {
    opacity: 1 !important;

Unfortunately, that last bit with the opacity doesn't work. I want to disable the dimming of unselected tabs, so that all tab previews are 100% opaque at all times and not just when selected. See, I don't need the current tab to be fully clear—it's what I'm looking at right now. I need all the other tab previews to be as clear as possible.