The scroll bar of the page of twitter.com/friends and twitter.com//friends is displayed.
* remove header, * remove background images, * remove post dates, * tighten every entry line, etc. 2009-05-06 update: * fix for following/follower page * fix for fav/reply boxes * change color of side bar 2009-05-10 update: * fix the color of horizontal lines in side bar * change the color focused element in side bar to white 2009-11-08 update: * fix colors in list page 2009-11-08 update: * re-style retweets page * fix link colors 2010-06-10 update: * fix position of buttons
Enabled Fluid Design Removed Yellow Bulletin Bar Removed 'Promotions' (Definitions Box) Some other padding alterations. 13/02/2010: Quick fix to @-moz-document, wasn't working on Twitter SSL; set to entire domain.
This is a modified style of http://userstyles.org/styles/12893 that makes the twitter web interface fit nicely into the sidebar. To use it, create a new bookmark for "http://twitter.com/home?small" and make sure to check the "Load this bookmark in the sidebar" check box. [Update] Made the login page look nicer in the sidebar.
Show newlines in tweets generated by newline capable Twitter clients (such as MashLogic).
**This will be the only version of this I imagine, I don't think I'll update after today (2.7.09).** This is a combination of expanded Twitter, show all followers, and my own black version of the site. Enjoy? Or don't. Just sharing. I just realized this isn't going to work for most people, just me and my friends. Most people aren't going to be able to see their tweets with this style, so sorry.
Remove the trending topics from twitter.
Twitter with no advertising and trending topics in the sidebar
Like Twitter's new Retweet, but wish it was easier to spot the retweets? This style de-emphasizes their appearance, making them easier to recognize in your stream. Feedback welcome!
For news on updates, or other themes that I make, then please follow me http://twitter.com/hljames This is also to be used with http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/64641 I am basing this on the Command Line found in Windows, for SSH access to servers.. but why not the look for Twitter?