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Persistently disable/re-enable custom subreddit styles via a userscript command
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Enable by default?
Instead of the toggle, can this script disable custom CSS by default?
How would you know which subreddits have themes to enable if you disabled them by default?
I suppose I could add this as an option if this was an addon, but there's no nice way of adding a preference page for userscripts.
However, you can do it yourself by editing the script (e.g. by clicking the script's edit button in Violentmonkey) and changing the line that reads:
const disableCss = GM_getValue(SUBREDDIT, false)
const disableCss = GM_getValue(SUBREDDIT, true)
You may need to reload the page for the change to take effect.
Note: if you're logged in, you can disable custom styles by default via: Preferences -> display options -> allow subreddits to show me custom themes, but Reddit doesn't provide a built-in way to toggle them back on on a per-subreddit basis.
allow subreddits to show me custom themes
I've just pushed a new version (1.2.0) with a separate value for the default state, so you can change it by replacing:
const DISABLE_CSS = false
const DISABLE_CSS = true
Toggling the style on should now take effect immediately.
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