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Quickstyle is a Safari extension to quickly and conveniently restyle any Web page by adding your own CSS rules to it. Quickstyle features a handy "selector helper" that eases the task of finding the right CSS selector for the rule you want to create, and a built-in stylesheet editor so you can create and edit your rules right on the page. It's a lot easier and faster than using Safari's Web Inspector and editing an external User CSS file.

Quickstyle also features shortcut keys to instantly change the font or font size of an element, or to permanently hide it.
What's New
Version 1.2.8: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
Requirements
  • Intel/PPC
  • OS X 10.5.8 or later
  • Safari 5.0.1 or later



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Dana Sutton commented on 28 Dec 2012
This extension may be fine for those users who know how to write CSS code, but it's pretty useless for the rest of us. Dammit, what I want is a simple and straightforward means of predetermining the size and font of ALL pages I visit, without having to write CSS code for each and every page, i. e. a replacement for the old Safari Preferences>Appearance pane.
[Version 1.2]

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Canisbos Computing (developer) replied on 29 Dec 2012
It's actually not a simple task to apply a single font and size to all text on all web pages. And if you did, I don't think the results would be very pleasant. Perhaps the best you can do is to apply a specific font and size to the "body" element on all pages. Here's how you can do that using Quickstyle:

- Right-click on any web page and select "Edit Quickstyles for All Sites".
- In the top right box, enter "body" (without quotes).
- In the bottom right box, enter something like the following, substituting your desired font and size.

font-family: Helvetica !important;
font-size: 18px !important;

- Click Save.

However, you will find that many pages will override your style in some parts of the page. That's when you need to use a little CSS kung fu.
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gatovadio commented on 12 Aug 2012
there's also a beta version of stylish for safari here: http://sobolev.us/stylish/
[Version 1.1.6]


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Wickedsp1d3r commented on 26 Mar 2012
Thanks for the developer. This is better than UserCSS.
[Version 1.0.19]

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Cowicide replied on 13 Jun 2012
How is this better than UserCSS? (honest question)
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Canisbos Computing (developer) replied on 24 Aug 2012
The main difference between this and the User CSS extension is the "selector helper". Basically, you click the element (or class of elements) you want to style, and the helper constructs an appropriate selector for you; then you just enter your rules for that selector.

Also, Quickstyle has "click and keystroke" shortcuts to quickly apply your favorite font to element classes or to adjust their font sizes. If you use these shortcuts, you don't need to write CSS at all.
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Gary W. commented on 26 Nov 2011
This may very well be a wonderful program, but I think what lots of us are looking for is simply a way to adjust the zoom setting for individual websites, and have that setting be permanent (and changeable of course) for that site. Perhaps this program has this capability, but I can't really pick it out if it does.

Is there such a thing for Safari? I think I read somewhere that Opera has such capability, but I like Safari. Perhaps an idea for this developer to write such a routine in the future.
[Version 1.0.2]

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Canisbos Computing (developer) replied on 29 Nov 2011
If all you want is to remember zoom settings per site, you can use Quickstyle to do that and just ignore the other features.

Just make sure this one option is enabled in Quickstyle's global settings (which are in Safari's extension manager): "Take over ⌘+/⌘- keys for whole page zoom".

Once that option is enabled, just use ⌘+/⌘- as you would normally, and Quickstyle will remember and reuse your zoom level for each site without further action on your part.
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Gary W. replied on 29 Nov 2011
Thanks Canisbos, I'll try that out!
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Gary W. replied on 30 Nov 2011
Sorry, but I can't seem to make that work for me. Option enabled, but last zoom settings don't seem to be saved for next time. Is there some kind of save command I need to invoke? Something else I'm missing?
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Canisbos Computing (developer) replied on 30 Nov 2011
It works fine for me! I wonder if you were testing on a tab that was already open when you installed the extension. Newly installed extensions have no effect on already-open tabs.
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bbw7 replied on 02 Jun 2013
Late to the party, but it works for me with Safari 5.1.7 on OS 10.6.8.

Also like the developer's page for the extension. It is a straight-forward, how-to manual.
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Rmark commented on 21 Jun 2011
No clue how to use it!
[Version 1.0.2]

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Canisbos replied on 22 Jun 2011
Sorry, my blog page about Quickstyle was inexplicably deleted by Tumblr. It's back now, so please check it out to find out how to use Quickstyle. Use the "Visit Developer's Site" link above.
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Downloads:1,972
Version Downloads:189
Type:Internet : Plug-ins
License:Free
Date:18 Apr 2013
Platform:PPC 64 / PPC 32 / Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
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Quickstyle is a Safari extension to quickly and conveniently restyle any Web page by adding your own CSS rules to it. Quickstyle features a handy "selector helper" that eases the task of finding the right CSS selector for the rule you want to create, and a built-in stylesheet editor so you can create and edit your rules right on the page. It's a lot easier and faster than using Safari's Web Inspector and editing an external User CSS file.

Quickstyle also features shortcut keys to instantly change the font or font size of an element, or to permanently hide it.

Note: Quickstyle is the next generation of my earlier extension, Rightsizer, and will overwrite Rightsizer on installation. All Rightsizer settings are preserved.


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