Get back the scrolling header

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    Get back the scrolling header

    If you like the old header more, you can customize the look of D3scene. Here is how:

    We will overwrite the CSS on D3scene with a custom extension for Chrome, there may be similar extensions for other browsers. The position is called fixed. It's a relatively new way to make bars stick on top of the website. It is considered to be more userfriendly by usability designers.

    Anyways:


    1. Download Stylebot: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/d...foejpgmdaleoha
    2. Add a CSS rule for .above_body (see pic below)
    3. Add a CSS rule for .body_wrapper (see pic below)




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    Nice Looks Great

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    Does this offer an option to unclick it, incase I want to switch back and forth


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan View Post
    Does this offer an option to unclick it, incase I want to switch back and forth
    The extension might have an easy 'on-off' switch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan View Post
    Does this offer an option to unclick it, incase I want to switch back and forth
    Yep, you have to manually disable the css rules though. I prefer the new way : )
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    Now, if only there was an easy way to do this for Firefox, since that's far better than Chrome.

    EDIT: the Stylish extension can do the same thing pretty easily.
    Last edited by Mr Nukealizer; 11-22-2012 at 11:30 PM.
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    FireFox can calm themselves, they used to be "hip" back in the day, but recently I have been liking Chrome simply because nothing freezes


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    The only thing that ever crashes for me using firefox is flash, and even then you just need to kill the plugincontainer.exe. TBH the only big reason I still use it is out of loyalty.
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    HAHHAH I feel you on that note but I got tired of closing FF in the middle of a youtube video or even PutLocker.com sometimes would freeze up ... IDK, as long as a browser works I am chilling


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