Changes Fimfiction Font style from Open Sans to Sans-Serif, as well as the size on the group page.
For those of us who prefer uninterrupted reading. Prevent notification popups from appearing on FiMFiction.net.
A style to re-add banners on Fimfiction. This is expanded from CSS by PiercingSight, posted here.
A black fimfiction
Removes the background of the fimfiction banner, replaces it with something a little more subtle
A port to Stylish of the FiMFiction.net Recolorizer Greasemonkey script by yrfoxtaur (plus enhancements). This style allows you to set a custom site background on FiMFiction.net.
A Stylish port of FIMFiction Story Page CleanUp by Selbi. This style lets you set a custom color scheme for the author's note box and page footer on FiMFiction.net story chapter pages.
This is a recoloring of the Fimfiction 'user toolbar'. The background is a reverse of the subtle grey gradient the top bar uses, the normal button color is a gradient from the hint of pink in Celestia's coat to pure white, and the hovered-over button color is S1 Luna's coat color, to pure white. ...because, seriously knighty? Olive green?
This style drastically changes the appearance of FIMFiction and makes some features inaccessible! Also, I have only tested this as an anonymous reader (no user account). FIMFiction has a creeping featurism that distracts me from reading and finding stories. Here is a summary of what it does: Hides front page popular stories. Hides all background images. Hides most story statistics (like the views and comments counters). Hides avatars. Removes text shadows. Expands hidden chapters. Hides chapter release dates and word counters. Hides the sidebar on chapter list pages. Removes the gaudy hover animation on list items. Hides Facebook Like links. Hides advertisements. Tweaks the story summary box. Hides comment thumbs-up, thumps-down, and permalink buttons. Hides the footer.
A dark overhaul of FIM Fic after Knighty's most recent style update. It's far from perfect, but anyone that preferred the darker themes will likely appreciate the diminished eye strain (even if it does look ugly as sin).