Friday, October 12, 2012

Stylish and Chrome Apps

I love modifying the look and feel of my screen, especially changing the fonts. Many applications (web sites) do not allow the user to change the fonts. They suck!

Enter Stylish. It lets me trap the layout and change according to my taste. I can have different look and feel according to the address, URL, or even global. I love Stylish.

Now, there are (new) applications under Google Chrome. For example, I've been using tweetdeck under Chrome. The problem is, tweetdeck does not allow me to change fonts. I want to user Stylish to change the fonts but don't know how to do it. For example, I don't know how to match the address or URL for this. I tried to use "tweetdeck" as part of URL / regex, but it doesn't work. Any hints?

For now, let me play with it.

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