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Change #embyselect background color


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cochize1

I know I can change every #embyselect background color (subtitles, audio etc.) but for some reason in different places they have different numbers like #embyselect1, #embyselect2 etc. and I have counted at least 30 so far so I ended up with the massive lines of code like this fraction below. Is there a way to trim it down and address all embyselect elements at once?

#embyselect0 {background-color: #52B54B; opacity: .73;}
#embyselect1 {background-color: #52B54B; opacity: .73;}
#embyselect2 {background-color: #52B54B; opacity: .73;}
#embyselect3 {background-color: #52B54B; opacity: .73;}
#embyselect4 {background-color: #52B54B; opacity: .73;}
#embyselect5 {background-color: #52B54B; opacity: .73;}
#embyselect6 {background-color: #52B54B; opacity: .73;}
#embyselect7 {background-color: #52B54B; opacity: .73;}
......and so on

 

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Happy2Play

I think you mean this.

select.emby-select-withcolor.emby-select

 

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