Two other styles (Google - remove ads by . and remove google ad by tcpli) already remove ads, but they both have the same 2 flaws: 1: on the calendar in week- and day view, they remove the time displays 2: in Google Labs, they remove the Graduates, which show up on the right side of the screen. This version solves both problems for now (that is, until Google changes the layout again). If anyone finds another problem while using my style, post a review telling me about it and I'll see what I can do.
I liked having "Compose Mail, Contacts, and SignOut" in Red Bold. However, I have been updating this thing constantly due to constant element changes; this was to be my final edit, and I obsoleted it, and then thought "What the hell, this is cool!!" so I've unobsoleted it and fixed it. These elements change often; don't be surprised if they "go away," but often I update that same day. Use DOM Inspector to inspect the element of what's changed, and correct the style yourselves to suit your particular address anomalies. Last change before this was April 25th; it will continue to be in flux. Today is July 14th 2008, and yet more changes - so I think we can expect new changes every 2-3 months. Enjoy while it lasts!! / Cheers all / Paul
Depending on whether or not you're now subject to the "New GMail Format" as of October 29th, 2007 - this will clean up the underlining in the left side boxes (Compose and Labels window). One of my 3 GMail(s) is on the new format, currently with an option to use "older version." PLEASE NOTE that the red bold "Compose Mail" and "Contacts" labels are the result of one of my other styles. I REALLY like this new version of GMail - and the added space - but got used to having no underlines. I'm reworking some of my other GMail scripts as time permits - most problematic will be the "colored buttons" style. Right now it's a "default all green," but hopefully we'll get some variations soon.
Display gmail label in a box with a fixed width. When hovered, the box widen if needed. 12.4.2007 Gmail introduces colored labels. This script doesn't work anymore. 12.5.2007 You may be intrested in Gmail fixed Width for colored labels To contact me: http://www.moktoipas.com/contacts.php
This script remove the adds column and use the empty space to display the messages.
Simple modifications to make Gmail 2 more to my liking. Hides the ads, invites, and chat. Has a rollover effect in message lists and hides the sideways "chevron" which indicates what the current message is. The labels that appear to the left of a message subject are also hidden. This is really my first attempt at creating a user style, and I don't think gmail 2 was a good site to try to get started on. Let me know if you have any comments, suggestions, or find any problems with it.
If you need a style that works for Google Search, Reader, and AdSense Reports, please give Google: no ads and compact a try. I recommend users to install Gmail *2* small attachment icons, too. It makes Gmail's attachment icons look prettier. The icons in left sidebar is from Gmail *Mobile me* [obsolete], thanks to Nic\o/. Attention: 1. It works only for Gmail 2.0, but not for other Google services. 2. It works best with Gmail "Tree" theme. 3. It doesn't work with Gmail Labs "Right-side chat" and "Right-side labels" features. 4. The "Invite a friend" area must be placed at the *last* position of the sidebar, so that it can be removed. For more detail, please visit my gallery http://picasaweb.google.com/chiahsien/StylishForGmail20 ChangeLog: 2009-08-31, Update for Gmail recently update. 2009-06-06, Fix: Gmail changed its HTML codes, so I changed mine. 2009-04-20, Fix: Icons incorrectly displayed in "Chat" window. Add: Hover effect in Settings. 2009-04-14, Fix: mail can't display when ope
A palette full of colors :) I did not notice the color palette of the rich text editor was affected. The problem should be solved now :) To contact me: http://www.moktoipas.com/contacts.php 15-apr-2008 corected (gmail changed some code a few day ago)
This style change the font (by default it uses the monospace courier) to be used for non-HTML mails and for the composing text area. It is intended for the *new interface* of gmail. It is based on this style: http://userstyles.org/styles/4035 In fact, at least for me, it does not change the font for the composing text area (it works only for already sent/received mails). UPDATE (11/06/2008) Added maxxyme suggestion -- actually not checked... :)