Posts tagged with “UI”

Posted 4 years ago

Popup Statusbar by JE Vasshaug

Similar to Invisible Status Bar, Popup Statusbar mimics the popup statusbar from Google Chrome using Javascript and CSS. It has a similar (but less severe) bug regarding Tumblr’s upper-right-hand corner buttons. The compiled extension is available under the Downloads tab of the site.

Posted 4 years ago

FBPhoto Zoom by Logan Leger

FBPhotoZoom is a Safari Extension that zooms photo thumbnails on hover. It is based upon the Chrome extension, though it is a complete rewrite.

Posted 4 years ago

Google Reader Styles by Fabian Pimminger

Allows you to choose between Helvetireader and a Mac OS X Leopard theme in Google Reader. Fabian promises that there will be more themes built in over the next few days.

EDIT: Whoops. Looks like Fabian’s blog wasn’t prepared for the traffic from this site. Here’s a Google cache that should let you download the extension.

Posted 4 years ago

Lucidica by Ismael Sobek

The official Lucidica Safari extension by Ismael Sobek is now available; if you’re one of the Chrome users who have been lurking about, there’s now a Chrome extension available as well.

For anyone who missed it the first time, Lucidica is a simple, Helvetica-based redesign for Google Reader based on Jon Hicks’ Helvetireader, which has also been ported into an extension.

Posted 4 years ago

Search Preview by Félix Cloutier

Search Preview puts thumbnails besides search results from Google, Bing and Yahoo!.

Posted 4 years ago

Hyphenator, a port by Matt Ball

Originally made available as a .js document, Hyphenator has been ported by Matt Ball to work as a Safari extension. It provides for proper hyphenation of justified paragraphs. If you want to know any more about it, I suggest checking out Hyphenator.js on Google Code.

Posted 4 years ago
Instafari by Rufo Sanchez
Once you’ve added your username and password (if you use one) in the preferences, just click the button Instafari adds to your toolbar to add an article to Instapaper. If the submission is successful, you’ll see a checkmark; if not, you’ll see a thumbs-down.

Instafari by Rufo Sanchez

Once you’ve added your username and password (if you use one) in the preferences, just click the button Instafari adds to your toolbar to add an article to Instapaper. If the submission is successful, you’ll see a checkmark; if not, you’ll see a thumbs-down.

Posted 4 years ago
Invisible Status Bar by Daniel Bergey
Brings Chrome’s (and Stainless’s) hover-only status bar to Safari. In other words, the status bar only appears when you hover over a link, and then only takes up as much space as is needed to display the whole URL. You’ll need to hide Safari’s default status bar to fully enjoy this feature.
There is currently a bug that may prevent you from clicking the upper-right-hand-corner buttons on Tumblr while using this extension. (This has been fixed.)

Invisible Status Bar by Daniel Bergey

Brings Chrome’s (and Stainless’s) hover-only status bar to Safari. In other words, the status bar only appears when you hover over a link, and then only takes up as much space as is needed to display the whole URL. You’ll need to hide Safari’s default status bar to fully enjoy this feature.

There is currently a bug that may prevent you from clicking the upper-right-hand-corner buttons on Tumblr while using this extension. (This has been fixed.)

Posted 4 years ago
Type-To-Navigate by Daniel Bergey

Keep your hands on the keyboard while browsing the web. Type any text that occurrs inside a link, and hit return to follow it. ⌘G jumps to the next link containing the text, and ⌘⇧G jumps to the previous. Hit ESC to cancel or exit a focused field.

Type-To-Navigate by Daniel Bergey

Keep your hands on the keyboard while browsing the web. Type any text that occurrs inside a link, and hit return to follow it. ⌘G jumps to the next link containing the text, and ⌘⇧G jumps to the previous. Hit ESC to cancel or exit a focused field.

Posted 4 years ago
Lucidica Reader, ported by Adam Wilcox
The original userscript is by Ismael Sobek, based on Jon Hicks’ Helvetireader design. Another one for the white, red, and Helvetica crowd.

Lucidica Reader, ported by Adam Wilcox

The original userscript is by Ismael Sobek, based on Jon Hicks’ Helvetireader design. Another one for the white, red, and Helvetica crowd.