The scroll bar of the page of twitter.com/friends and twitter.com//friends is displayed.
Inspired by the "Hide Twitter Stats" script by John Keynes http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/44322 here's the pure CSS version. Advantage of using Stylish instead of Greasemonkey is that the Stylish styles are applied instantly, instead of "onLoad". See the article "The Tyranny of Twitter Stats" by Darren Barefoot for background info: http://www.darrenbarefoot.com/archives/2009/03/the-tyranny-of-twitter-stats.html April 2nd, 2009 Updated for newest Twitter UI. I added !important declarations to all statements.
Opacity Twitter's background.
Hides the vapid list of Trending words/topics in the sidebar of Twitter.com. Inspired by Shaun Inman (http://twitter.com/shauninman/status/2106841222).
**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.
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.
Cleans up the head of twitter.com and improves readability of timelines with more line-height, font-size and the use of Helvetica. The first Tweet on a users Timeline is in the twitter-blue color, too.
For tylish plugin on Firefox. 1) Modify "update" button font as Vedana. 2) Modify "status text area" font as "Microsoft JhengHei". 3) Modify line height, letter spacing and font of tweets' content.
Twitter with no advertising and trending topics in the sidebar