Twitter is a great service and has highlighted topics in the Twittersphere with its Election 08 toolbar. The problem is that they give it to everyone and its behaviour is erratic -- you can close it, but you can't predict when it will open again. This user style should remove the Election 08 toolbar when it is in its expanded and its collapsed states.
http://www.mellowbusiness.com Made this to release on my blog about simplifying business. This style removes a lot of the extras of Twitter without negatively affecting its looks. A very simple style that removes objects such as: - The Twitter logo - Footer - Header navigation - The amount of followers/following/updates - RSS section
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.
This one nixes the yellow bulletin (e.g., "upgrade Firefox") which, if you don't obey it, will pop up every time you log in. *Update 7/12/09: I've changed the style to affect all of Twitter, not just the first page, for better compatibility with Decklin Foster's "Twitter Page by ID" userscript. (Find it here: http://bit.ly/TwitID)
Eh, makes twitter looks similar to /g/. Not the other way around, as the title may have led you to believe. Sources : http://zip.4chan.org/yotsublue.9.css , http://zip.4chan.org/fade-blue.png , http://userstyles.org/styles/16947 , http://www.dailycoding.com/Utils/Converter/ImageToBase64.aspx Also, thanks to mut80r in #/g/tech.
Remove the trending topics from twitter.
floating notification for new tweets
Red hashtags for the twitter web interface
Hides all the links, etc on the main Twitter's page. Only replies, direct mesagges, search field and lists are left.