New build of discourse - manjaro theme tweak required?

The user menu is an odd colour with the latest build of Discourse in both light themes, dark is okay but I prefer using light themes as dark text on a light background is easier to read for me.

The new menu itself is a vast improvement though

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I have the same problem, started last night. I can't even logout now.

I was also searching for the logout option.
You have to click on your avatar (profile picture) and then on your username (on the top left of the menu) for the logout option to appear.

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If I understand correctly, the issue is the background color of the user menu in the two "light" themes - Manjaro and Manjaro (old) in the user preferences.

A solution - or better said workaround - for Firefox users is to create the file ~/.mozilla/firefox/profile_name.default/chrome/userContent.css and paste the following CSS rules:

For the Manjaro theme:

@-moz-document domain(forum.manjaro.org) {
	.user-menu .quick-access-panel .read {
		background-color: #ffffff !important;
	}
	.user-menu .quick-access-panel li.read:hover {
		background-color: #98cf92 !important;
	}
}

For the Manjaro (old) theme:

@-moz-document domain(forum.manjaro.org) {
	.user-menu .quick-access-panel .read {
		background-color: #ffffff !important;
	}
	.user-menu .quick-access-panel li.read:hover {
		background-color: #97e2ac !important;
	}
}

A restart of Firefox is required after creating the userContent.css file.


I don't know if other browsers (Chrome, Chromium) give the option to overwrite specific CSS rules for individual pages like Firefox.

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I'd opine Yes, via eg Stylus extension.

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I was scratching my head for a few mins last night but was able to find "Log Out". ( Thought I might of had a bad beer or two ) :shushing_face:

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Updated.

.user-menu .quick-access-panel .read {
	background-color: #fff;
}
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