When a website enforces "overflow: hidden" on all content elements, so you hit them with the good ol'

for(let e of document.querySelectorAll("*")) {
e.style.overflow = "scroll";

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    but y you want to do that tho?
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    * { overflow: scroll !important; }

    Shorter. Offloads to browser.
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    @N00bPancakes Because why not!

    I rather like having everything rotated 8.3º, for example, just because. Or a drop shadow on everything.
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    @N00bPancakes because I can scroll wherever i want to scroll and not just where THEY want me to scroll. Seriously, there should be a mechanic to deny websites to set the overflow property of the body or html element...
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    @Byomeer Obviously, you need a switch to disable all Stylesheets all together.
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    @Byomeer Yeah scroll should be left alone for sure.

    I was more so wondering ... like if it actually got you anything of much value and etc.
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    @N00bPancakes > y you want to do that tho?

    Why anything? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...

    Embrace the nonsense that is life.
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    @Root here's another one for you

    * {opacity: 0 !important;}
    *:hover {opacity: 1 !important}

    Ultimate zen mode.
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    @junon if you added a fade, I would absolutely agree 🤍
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    * { opacity: 0 !important; transition: opacity 0.5s linear !important }
    *:hover { opacity: 1 !important ;}

    wish granted!
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    @junon I wouldn’t waste a wish on that, silly.
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    What is this nightmare fuel?
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    @junon @Root I'll do you one better
    * { opacity: 0 !important; transition: opacity 10s linear !important }
    *:hover { opacity: 1 !important; transition: opacity 0.2s linear !important }
    For a slow fade out
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    @Byomeer oh god pls use auto instead of scroll haha
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    @rutee07 some stuff from don't starve
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