Pissed because there are some recommended posts on your dashboard? Who are those people? Why are the posts there? Where do I turn them off??... No worries, shit can be mended.
A simple dark blue Dashboard theme with a galaxy background. The theme is designed to be compatible and viewable with nearly all the pages on the site (Search section, followers/following, Documentation pages, etc). Frequently updated, developed in Firefox, tested in Firefox and Chrome.
Custom cursor for your Tumblr dashboard
This tumblr dash features a repeating image of an edited Steven Universe background compatible with any resolution or screen size, a pink gradient content box that disappears as you scroll, three different tumblr logos to choose from, optional home buttons, and will soon feature SU related post icons as well. If you need something adjusted, customized, or have any other questions or concerns, feel free to contact me @eatyourheirs.
Professional looking theme for the Tumblr dashboard My tumblr: http://stinking.tumblr.com Check out my new animated apocalypse theme!: http://userstyles.org/styles/92681/ Something on the theme broken or not looking great? Check for updates through the Stylish extension, if it hasn't been fixed yet feel free to inform me of the problem in the Discussions at the bottom. I'll get back to you asap
Keeps all tumblr photoset images/gifs at their true size. No upscaling from 500px to 540px. No shrinking from 540px to 500px. Based in part off this script
DashBack is the user style that can fix many of those terrible, unfortunate Tumblr updates that the staff throws at you. It's simple, compact, and always updating.
for tumblr. (changing colors)
Reverts Tumblr's layout and colors to the old style.
A dark forest type layout for the dashboard and most other parts of tumblr that aren't actually blogs. Includes a hi-res background image perfect for larger monitors. If you're having spacing issues on the sidebar, try choosing 'no' on the "Slim Sidebar?" option. It's also important that you select 'no' if you use XKit's option to slim the sidebar instead. Otherwise, it's highly suggested you keep the sidebar slimmed as the buttons are horribly large by default. If you can't stand the background image in text areas select the option to hide it. I'm now using a code which should work more consistently than the previous version. Let me know via feedback if there's a page where it doesn't work.