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Updated user style/site skin

I've updated my tan and brown user style/site skin so that it also styles the latest additions to the user interface. If you installed it when it was new it might be a good idea to change it for this updated version.

Crossposted to Dreamwidth.


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Nov. 21st, 2011 11:03 am (UTC)
Just curious (and I hope this doesn't seem really rude, if it is I'm sorry :( please forget you read this) but from the screenshots I can't seem to find if the color for the links beneath the title (the one we can choose to have appear) have their color changed too? I love that feature because I like to make sure I'm saving clean links only. So the reason I ask is that I'm really desperate to change the color of that and I wondered if you knew how?

Sorry again if this is a bother /o\ I think your work is really great! <3
Nov. 21st, 2011 10:53 pm (UTC)
No, those links don't change and you can't get them to change with just CSS unfortunately. To get them to change colour you would have to mess with the structure of the page - i.e. create a separate class for saved URL links that you could then style as you wanted. You can't do that with Stylish. I think you probably could do it with Greasemonkey, but that's beyond my skill I'm afraid.
Nov. 22nd, 2011 11:29 am (UTC)
First things first, WHAT A BEAUTIFUL ICON. I'M LIKE O_O

Okay back to business. *sneaks a peek* Okay really.

Thanks for letting me know and also pointing me in that direction. It totally is beyond me but if I get desperate enough...who knows? Thanks again! I really appreciate your work and your input! :)
Nov. 22nd, 2011 11:04 pm (UTC)
Thank you! I love that photo so I just had to make an icon of it.

I'm sure murklins or someone would know how to go about to make a script for it. Maybe you could make a post in the comm and ask for help?
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