This userstyle attempts to strip an individual thread down to its very basics. It's best when used in conjunction with Metafilter - Metafilter Gray. That's not intended to be cross-promotional; it's just based on the environment in which I developed it.
A thorough recoloring of MetaFilter's FanFare subsite, inspired by the old dark blue color scheme from film/TV review aggregator Metacritic. Includes color adjustments for visited links, hovering, pop-up video buttons, lightboxes, posting pages, live preview, and Deck ads. Tested using Firefox 30 (w/ Greasemonkey or Stylish), Chrome 36 (w/ Stylish or Blank Canvas Script Handler), and jailbroken iOS 7.1.2 (w/ Userscripts Loader, using this URL to install the script).
Improves the contrast of www.metafilter.com (the blue), ask.metafilter.com (the green), and metatalk.metafilter.com (the gray). Update (20080607): add metatalk style, tweak new bestleft class for author's comments, darken background for related questions box
Makes the individual posts on the front page of most of the subsites more visually separate.
An assortment of visual tweaks for the Dark Mode on MetaFilter's new "Modern" style, to make it a little more like the "Classic" version. Includes an updated implementation of the FanFare Full Recolor script.
Switch theme to professional white background.
Like the modern MeFi theme, but don't like the floating top bar? This style will preserve the fixed full top menu, but disable the floating mini top bar.
This widens the somewhat narrow live comment preview box in Metafilter (the one that appears under where you type a comment).
Love the site, hate the style. I based this off of two other styles I found here, Metafilter Baby Blue and Metafilter Just the Story. It could probably use improvement, but it's working well for me. Much more readable, removes the ads (I'd prefer to leave them in to support the site, but the iframes carry the old styling).
This script allows you to change the visited link color across the Metafilter sites. It was so close to white that after I clicked on a link in a long narrative (especially on AskMe) I had a hard time finding it again. Note: Plutor, of Mefi Greasemonkey script writing fame, wrote this for me. Thanks Plutor! By default the visited link color is changed to a light brown. Edit the script in Stylish and change the HTML code to anything you like.