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Inspired by this question, I actually rather thought of the opposite - to make ignored questions even more transparent. Currently, they are visible enough so it becomes a bit difficult to distinguish between ignored and not-ignored ones. At least for me.

My personal workaround was to check "Hide ignored tags", but that leads to weird "bugs" (undesirable behavior that is, I was told, by design).

I'm not sure how this issue should be solved. Apparently opinions differentiate quite a lot here, and customization like a slider controlling transparency are definitely overkill (and maybe not even possible to implement).

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I've added a little styling of my own via Firefox's Stylish extension:

@-moz-document url-prefix("http://stackoverflow.com/questions") {
  div.tagged-ignored a {
    color: #666666 !important;
  }
  div.tagged-ignored div.excerpt,
  div.tagged-ignored div.views {
    display: none !important;
  }
  div.tagged-ignored div.stats {
    font-size: 40% !important;
  }
  div.tagged-ignored div.stats div.status,
  div.tagged-ignored div.stats div.status strong {
    background-color: #EEEEEE !important;
    color: #555555 !important;
  }
}

This results in a shrunk and faded ignored question—but not completely gone.

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