Places a drunkenness indicator next to each booze item in your inventory. June 24, 2010 – removed N. O. Beer, Otorian Battle Scar, calle de miel with a fly in it, rockin' wagon with a fly in it, perpendicular hula with a fly in it, slap and tickle with a fly in it, tangarita with a fly in it, mandarina colada with a fly in it, prussian cathouse with a fly in it, Mae West with a fly in it, and blended frozen swill with a fly in it; added Schrödinger's thermos, missing wine, world's most unappetizing beverage, plastic cup of beer, and Cinco Mayo Lager April 19, 2010 – creation date
Places a fullness indicator next to each food item in your inventory. June 24, 2010 – removed spaghetti with rock-balls, gloomy black mushroom, oily golden mushroom, spooky frank, and flask of peppermint oil; added cupcake-in-a-cup, walrus ice cream, beautiful soup, Humpty Dumplings, Lobster qua Grill, yellow matter custard, rook cookie, bishop cookie, knight cookie, king cookie, raisin, squirmy violent party snack, and pawn cookie April 19, 2010 – creation date
All the text go 3D and all the sites(and Browser UI) have depth! Have fun! Release Notes: 20100519 tuned up!
The Xclear extension (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/13078) installs a "clear" button to the end of the awesomebar/urlbar, findbar, and the search field. It was created for Linux users who "don't want their clipboards to be erased when marking the text in the field to delete it." (author's words, not mine) This userstyle was written so that nobody is required to modify their userChrome.css file. One click from the Stylish menu, and you're good to go. It also makes the icon hidden until hovered over, so that it's only visible when you are about to click on it. ------------ All credit goes to the author of the add-on, Peter Leugner (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/user/71106) for the extension, and his userChrome.css modifications from the add-on page. (Seriously, go look at the add-on page - his code is right there when you hit the Page Down key.)
Activates the "Plain Tab Style" for the "Oxygen KDE" theme (1.15+): THIS USER STYLE SHOULD BE COMBINED WITH THE "HONEYCOMB COLOR SCHEME" OF "Oxygen KDE" http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Oxygen+KDE+%28Firefox+Theme%29?content=117962
Background on transparent images
Modified Midnight Surfing style http://userstyles.org/styles/23516 Goes well with Scrollbars - Firefox better look http://userstyles.org/styles/24425 or Silent Scrollbars http://userstyles.org/styles/31614 Dark blue background #000030 Light blue text #006699 Links light turquoise #207590 Hover over link bright blue #0000ff Visited link dark turquoise #004569
Good sites don't use tables for layout. This user style makes web pages look crappy in proportion to their amount of silly tables. Try it out on http://www.w3schools.com/ for kicks. :-)