New dark style for the new mobile twitter layout, it's not perfect I know but it does the work
Return Twitter to the state it was in the good days
A dark version of twitter's new top navigation bar
[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).
The new-new Twitter 2014 design (from March-April update) is comming, with BIG text? Let's reduce it a bit and make it slimmer! (Still working with 2015 new design (and as of February 2016))
Twitter Easy-Eye. No White Background. Response to Twitter's update 28 May 2014. No white background. Prevents snow-blindness. Various other visual changes. Result: easy on eyes. Info easier to see. Appearance not harsh-stark. For desktop-laptop; perhaps tablets, maybe phones. Style makes Twitter fit on smaller monitors (1000px), thus no horizontal scroll-bar. Arial font implemented regarding Twitter's 30 May 2014 font change. Change background color via adjusting top three "#E3E3E3" entries. Promoted Tweets and accounts are removed. "Not logged-in" blackout overlay removed. Tweet questions-feedback to @2045singularity, or start discussion.
Just some tweaks I made because I didn't like tweetdeck's default style, I did it for myself, but I'm sharing in case anyone cares. This version is for hardcore people and it is a modified version of my own other thingy here: http://userstyles.org/styles/97578/tweetdeck-moar-flat-design-no-scrollbars Changes: - No animations - Modified style - Everything is now squares (no rounding) - Almost everything takes less space - No scroll bars (still scrollable via mouse wheel) - CHANGE ALL THE MARGINS /o - CHANGE ALL THE PADDINGS /o
removes two boxes, the one with trends and the footer with links you don't click
No more boring Gotham; install Roboto from Google Fonts, then install this, and enjoy Twitter in a way better font!
A flat TweetDeck theme based on #2d2d2d. Can be found on GitHub: https://github.com/bettakas/css/blob/master/firefox/tweetdeck.css