Want an unobtrusive Pro button? OK. First, go download the attachment (dribbble.css).
1) Go to /Users/[USERNAME]/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default/User StyleSheets/Custom.css and open it.
2) Paste the attachment (dribbble.css) in.
1) Go to Preferences > Advanced, and load dribbble.css in the Style Sheet option.
1) Download Google Chrome.
2) Follow Google Chrome instructions.
I'm sure there's things that could be improved, but it's not bad for ten minutes' work, no?
over 2 years ago
You can also do a display: none; :) But that's a bit too much.
:D Instruction for IE :D
almost 2 years ago
Chrome also has support userscripts, just like firefox & safari. (pluginname.user.js)
over 1 year ago
I forgot I had this installed and I thought the dot meant I had unread replied in that post. Freaked out for a bit.
9 months ago
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