Small code to highlight weekends on Google Calendar
This is a gmail style
I tried(!) to get rid of the huge amount of whitespace in the new Google+ design and this is what I came up with. none of the other styles worked correctly so I made on very basic from scratch. The script simply widens the message boxes shown in the stream - nothing else! The form to post is still too small but I'll maybe update that later. No elements are hidden or moved.
Removes new G+ interface whitespace (based on http://userstyles.org/styles/63982)
a G+ style for the Updated New UI on 26/6/2012 The top Google bar, left side bar and right side bar will be hidden. You can see them when the cursor is on the top of them. The main content will be in the center position.
The selected entry in Gmail's menus and auto-completion lists gains an obvious highlight, giving you good feedback when you use the arrow keys or mouse to navigate these lists. Works for me on Chrome 40 and Firefox 35 on Windows using Stylish. If at first it doesn't work for you, try reloading Gmail, then try restarting your browser, then leave relevant details in a comment here and I'll do my best to fix it. Highlights selected entry in: * Gmail, Contacts, and Chat search * Gmail Composer To/Cc/Bcc addresses * every menu I could find If you find somewhere that doesn't get highlighted, please comment here and I'll do my best to add it! The highlight color is an obvious but not glaring blue. (Gmail's default highlight is virtually invisible on my screen.) You can make a simple edit to the CSS code in this userstyle to choose your own highlight color. The CSS code ("Show code" button below) includes documentation of which class selectors affect which elements.
Changes the default arrow cursor to 'pointer' on the red buttons (create, upload). Fixes the 'Files...' upload menu cursor in Firefox if java not installed (for folder upload).
It was wasting space unnecessarily.
Fold Google black menu & search bar, move your mouse cursor hover on top if you want them display. *Works better if run as Chrome offline apps.
Removes the bar on top of Google websites. Prevent the waste of screen real estate by an advertisement bar of Google products. This is specially useful on websites like Gmail, where space is really needed to display a good ammount of information.