Replaces the new navbar with one similar to the old one.
A simple fix of the Twitter new UI to make it look less terrible.
Changes I've made to the January/February 2014 Twitter redesign. The navigation bar is dark again, the columns aren't so wide, the time-stamp is back on the right, etc.
If your Twitter account was recently updated to the new design theme and you're not really happy with the new RT/Favorite action placement, here's a little fix. Optionally removes counters once and for all.
[UPDATED FOR THE NEW TWITTER LAYOUT] This is made as a counterpart of this userstyle, instead of username, this style will remove fullnames and stylize the username (15px font, bold and oblique) so it'll be looked like their actual fullname. BONUS: - An option to make the tweets text also oblique, disabled by default. - An option to change whole twitter's font to Calibri, enabled by default (as seen in the screenshot).
Reduces whitespace and makes font sizes uniform on new twitter profiles.
removes two boxes, the one with trends and the footer with links you don't click
This is a code for TD online. It is not MY code, I used it as a "base" to build upon and edit. The things I have edited are minor bugs/glitches, colors, and fonts. I do not take credit for this code and I understand it isn't mine. Under CC 4.0 I am allowed to use this code to build upon and expand. ORG: https://userstyles.org/styles/78667/tweetdeck-metro-light-with-column-colors
Hide Twitter's sign-up ovarlay on someone's profile page (https://twitter.com/username).