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Restore subpixel antialiasing to Apple's websites
Authored by: stevebr on Jan 20, '11 08:33:00AM

There's an Extension that greatly improves the use of user CSS modifications in Safari called (aptly enough) User CSS. More info and download here: http://code.grid.in.th/ It doesn't appear to be in the Extension Gallery.

With it, you can turn rules you've created on and off individually and set them to individual or domains, with wildcards to catch all subdomains. For example, you'd want to tie the rule as written in this hint to "*.apple.com" unless you want it to apply all over the web.

I also recommend browsing userstyles.org for per-site tweaks others have come up with. They'll need some mods to work with Safari and the User CSS extension, but if you're a little familiar with CSS, it's not that difficult -- just removing the @namespace and @-moz-document bits, while using the domain from the @-moz-document property as the domain in the User CSS extension settings.



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Restore subpixel antialiasing to Apple's websites
Authored by: David Allen on Jan 20, '11 02:15:38PM
Are there instructions for using this extension? Installed in Safari 5.0.3 I do not see anything resembling the screen shoot on the developer's page, nor do I find anything intuitive about it that leads me to how I might use it.

UPDATE - Seeing the checkbox about enabling the submenu I hazarded an attempt to right click while moused over a Safari window and behold, there is an option for this extension that is like the screen shot on the developer page. So I have now figured out how to use it!
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Monterrey, NL, Mexico
Edited on Jan 20, '11 02:23:52PM by David Allen


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