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I don't like the tagged-interesting css-Class color. It is so glimmering. Would be great to define your own color.

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This is why Spider-Man invented userscripts. You can define your own colours right away without bothering anyone else with your poor taste. – JSONBog Oct 4 '10 at 19:13
I love my poor taste. – cuh Nov 9 '10 at 8:34
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This can be changed easily with Stylish for Firefox:

@namespace url(;

@-moz-document domain("") {

.tagged-interesting { background-color: #eef !important; }


It also works with the Chrome version (specify the domain separately):

.tagged-interesting { background-color: #eef !important; }
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You could use Alconja's greasemonkey script, which also allows different colours depending on the amount of interesting tags in one question.

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