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CeeBee52

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Help! iGoogle has installed a new black toolbar. My default text is black and I can't read a thing. How do I change the color of either the toolbar or the text - I don't care which as long as I can read it! I can't work out how to use Stylish so uninstalled it. I'm trying to avoid downloads and complicated stuff as I'm new with iGoogle.

Thanks :)

Sol ved thanks to Victoria iiCe :)
 
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I have found a way to remove it and change it back to white. I know I rock ;)
1. First, install GreaseMonkey:
https://addons.mozilla.org/pl/firefox/addon/greasemonkey/
2. Second, install GoogleBar Classic GreaseMonkey script:
Note: on the next link do not click the large green PDF download box! Look on the top of the page all the way to the right you will see a little green box that says "install" that is the correct install link.
http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/105744

When prompted accept and go to the add-ons menu and make sure Greasemonkey is enabled as your "user script" (a little monkey will appear on the right hand corner of your navigation bar)

Restart your browser and Say bye to black bar.

 
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