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Since I started using Google Chrome (and Chromium) on Ubuntu, I had this bad feeling about changing Facebook font (or FORCING the font change in Settings on certain websites that have their own CSS).

I have spent about 3 years now asking and googling the web how to force font change on Chrome (Chromium) on certain websites, and in my case Facebook?

Thank you in advance.

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Install Stylish from Chrome's Web Store. It works for both Chrome and Chromium.

Then, make a "style" for urls on the domain "". Just this code gives the image shown below:

*  { font-family: "Comic Sans MS" !important; color: red !important; }

Red-lettered Facebook

Users of Stylish can visit for skins and themes or for advice.

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