A Miku cursor that you can use anywhere on the web!
Since Firefox 3.5 Font rendering style http://userstyles.org/styles/20442 at userstyles.org got so huge success, I thought of refining the code of rendering in Firefox 3.6.9 and above... I still wonder why we don't have this type of font rendering by default in our firefox... Anyway I hope you will keep liking it.... I have kept the code as small as possible....Any suggestion is welcome....If anything important you find regarding the style then mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org **SCREENSHOT MAY NOT DEFINE THE IMPORTANCE OF THIS STYLESHEET...JUST USE THIS ONCE...I AM SURE U WILL LIKE IT AND FALL IN LOVE WITH FIREFOX AGAIN :) Cya :)
Based a lot on The Aeroboy Chrome extension (http://goo.gl/1fBKP), these scrollbars are a slight refinement. Choose between his and mine, I'm not sure how much better or worse mine are! WEBKIT BROWSERS ONLY (Chromium, Safari, ect. - NOT Firefox). NEW - Mozilla version: Firefox - Simple Scrollbars. Differences to Aeroboy's extension: - Transparency on all scrollbars except the far outer ones. - Change of colour on hover and mouse down. - Thinner. - Possible other things I have forgotten. Screenshot notes: - Them two scrollbars in "after" really are the same colour, it's an optical illusion! Even I (who wrote the code) had to check this in Paint. - The scrollbar in "before" is from an XP theme I have downloaded (i.e. the system default). - The screenshots are from this page (the edit page), with Userstyles.org - update of Super Style redesign activated.
I was unhappy with the new Gmail and tried 'The Return of the Old Gmail' by Techably. After using that style I decided to try modifying it a bit to reduce contrast. The result was 'Gmail Bland'. While it looks nothing like the old Gmail, I realized some of the appeal behind the old Gmail had to do with softer color combinations that were much easier on the eyes. 'Gmail Bland' is simply a style that tries to eliminate harsh contrasts to make it easier to focus on content without being distracted by the garish and visually draining motif in the new Gmail. Two things I was unable to alter include changing the red 'send' button to something less alarming as well as the black border in the chat box. Since I am not savvy with css and just used trial and error to modify Techably's style, I welcome and appreciate any modifications and advice to improve this style.
Remove that POS ONP social locker and view that shit without having to +1 that crappy content.
Modified All Dark military by airstep to be used with Black Youtube by Panos http://userstyles.org/styles/62289/black-youtube-by-panos and Black Google by Panos http://userstyles.org/styles/61377/black-google-by-panos About version 3 Fix for swf (shock wave flash video) because some sites the video would constantly pause and if i pressed play it would start from the beginning again.
Iron Man from the Avengers Cursor /o/
Provide distinctive red coloring for visited links on all sites. An alternate style Red: Mark visited links as read on unruly domains (16842) limits the change to a few commonly used domains that do not provide adequate color changes between visited and unvisited links such as Google, and some of the Mozilla and MozillaZine sites. For some additional effects involving red dashed outline around links when hovering, green dashed borders around no-follow links, and cross-hair cursor for links that open in a new tab/window see No Follow links, mouseover id of other links (DM*) (10987). Have simply incorporated "red:" bookmarklet as a style. The bookmarklet version can be obtained at http://www.mvps.org/dmcritchie/lessons/intro/k.html look for "red: Visited links to RED for visibility" and give the bookmarklet a keyword of "red:". The bookmarklet can be used on site for a temporary change instead of using a style. An alternative suggested by Bob Jamison would be to show a red Unicode character to the left of a visited link so as not to disrupt t
Global dark stule
This style works on ALL sites and is meant for surfing during the night. Imagine you're browsing at night and the only lighting you have turned on is your monitor. And then that site comes up that's all WHITE!? Squinting only gets you so far and aside from being annoying as shit, the overexposure is also bad for your eyes in the long term. Hence this style: make everything DARK. It won't be the most beautiful solution as you will lose some of the site's design, but all text, links and images will still be there. And visible without needing to squint like you've got lemon juice in your eyes! Rejoice!