After hard and long resistance, I finally gave up and recently signed up for Facebook. I am still not excited about it and quite deeply believe it can mainly bring negatives to people who post all kind of personal stuff. But anyway, since I am using it already from time to time, the single most annoying thing that caught my attention immediately (in the otherwise clean and arguably intuitive interface) was the fixed positioned chat box at the bottom of all pages. There was simply no way to remove it even if I didn't want to use the chat at all. And guess what, it seems the past few days that small collapsed box at the bottom has been transformed into a complete sidebar pushing the rest of the page to the left which is even more annoying (this seems to happen if the browser window is wide enough). Me doesn't like this at all so I am now sharing my solution to this annoyance with you...
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I am getting more and more used to #NewTwitter and generally like the new features. Particularly the details pane, which provides quick preview of images, videos, etc. is really very useful. However, there is something related to it that annoys me much - if you scroll it with the mouse wheel (which is definitely the case with the majority of users) once you reach the top or bottom and continue scrolling (e.g. by accident, which happens to me very often), the whole page begins scrolling and you can easily lose sight of the tweet on the left to which the pane is related. So I am now sharing a simple fix and if you like it, please help to let the guys at Twitter know about it.
Zoom Image is small user script I originally wrote back in 2005 for Greasemonkey and Opera but nowadays Chrome (out of the box) and Safari (through GreaseKit) users could use it too. The basic idea is pretty simple - the script displays a small toolbar with some buttons in the top left corner of any image when you hover it allowing easily to zoom in/out just the image without the need to zoom the whole page.
I almost hear you asking - why another jQuery tooltip plugin? Well, I actually never planned creating this plugin until I reached the final stages of designing this website and decided to add some pretty tooltips. So I started looking for a tooltip plugin that allows easily creating stylish tooltips and also includes the most useful features for such a script. However, I wasn't pleased with the results I found so I ended up writing a completely new plugin and am now making it available for all.