Opacity Twitter's background.
align all twitter updates from RTL, this way hebrew updates which contain hebrew and english will nor get scrambled. please report any bugs, opinions, or Donate. follow me on twitter @hayim
Hides the vapid list of Trending words/topics in the sidebar of Twitter.com. Inspired by Shaun Inman (http://twitter.com/shauninman/status/2106841222).
**This will be the only version of this I imagine, I don't think I'll update after today (2.7.09).** This is a combination of expanded Twitter, show all followers, and my own black version of the site. Enjoy? Or don't. Just sharing. I just realized this isn't going to work for most people, just me and my friends. Most people aren't going to be able to see their tweets with this style, so sorry.
Make twitter use the whole width
This one nixes the yellow bulletin (e.g., "upgrade Firefox") which, if you don't obey it, will pop up every time you log in. *Update 7/12/09: I've changed the style to affect all of Twitter, not just the first page, for better compatibility with Decklin Foster's "Twitter Page by ID" userscript. (Find it here: http://bit.ly/TwitID)
Hides trends and the dictionary definitions
Remove the trending topics from twitter.
This userstyle removes elements of a user's Twitter page superfluous to reading their content.
Recently, Twitter's private-tweet lock image disappeared to me. It took a while to figure out what was wrong, but I tracked it down to the CSS 'inline-block' display property... which does not work in versions below Firefox 3. For those of you who are either unable or unwilling to update Firefox for whatever reasons (for me, it's an unwillingness to let go of an extension that isn't available for version 3), this may be of use. It restores the private-tweet lock icon. Of course, it has no effect on public tweets. Not very useful for anyone else, unfortunately; and I have no clue whether it works in versions other than Firefox 2. Credit goes to the following site (found through Google) for helping me figure out how to fix the issue: http://www.quirksmode.org/css/display.html#inlineblock