Firefox userContent.css for issue queue

After seeing a reference to by tha_sun in IRC I went ahead and played with it a bit. I ended up with a very simple version that that just removes the blocks and makes the issue table full width. While I was at it I customized Google.

If you do not know where to put this checkout, per-site custom CSS in Firefox.

@namespace url('');
@-moz-document url-prefix('') {
  #spacer {}
  #contentwrapper {
    background: none !important;
  #main {
    margin-left: 5px;
    margin-right: 5px;
  #threecol, #content, #squeeze {
    width: 100% !important;
    margin: 0 !important;
    padding: 0 !important;
  .sidebar .block {
    display: none !important;
@-moz-document url('') {
  #spacer {}
  #ghead, td[align='left'], td[width='25%'], #body > center > font, input[name='btnG'], input[name='btnI'], #footer {
    display: none;
  #main > center {
    margin-top: 250px;

Steam Command for Ubiquity

Create a Steam command for Ubiquity. It allows you to lookup members by username.

If you have Ubiquity installed, you should be prompted to install commands when reading this page.

steam [username]
Loads the related steam user page following the format[username].


Firefox on CBC

Good to see Firefox getting some media coverage, considering it superiority to Internet Explorer and the growing, highly dedicated fan base it has.

Looking forward to Firefox 3. Between Firefox 3 and Internet Explorer 8 the two browsers will be taking totally different paths. IE will become more proprietary (of course) by integrating into many of Microsoft's proprietary products, while Firefox will attempt to be more than a browsers, instead becoming an general Internet tool with many innovative features.

Checkout the CBS coverage of Firefix:


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