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18 Ott/09

Automatically Open PDFs and PowerPoint Presentations with Google’s Doc Viewer [Downloads]

Automatically Open PDFs and PowerPoint Presentations with Google’s Doc Viewer [Downloads]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Most web browsers: Google’s Doc Viewer allows you to view any PDF, PPT, and TIFF directly in your browser without downloading the file and launching another heavy desktop application, and this user script streamlines that process. After installing the script (which works with Greasemonkey for Firefox and should in theory work with the dev build of Chrome, Opera, Safari with GreaseKit, and IE with IE7Pro), it will...

4 Set/09

Helvetical Turns Google Calendar Into a Thing of Beauty [Downloads]

Helvetical Turns Google Calendar Into a Thing of Beauty [Downloads]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Firefox/Chrome/Opera/IE: I’ve never found Google Calendar to be particularly unattractive—until I compared it to the sleek, clean look of Google Calendar with the Helvetical user script, that is. Helvetical has a very similar design aesthetic to previously mentioned Helvetireader, a Helvetica-themed Google Reader customization. It’s easy on the eyes and drops out a lot of the clutter of Google Calendar...

2 Set/09

Lifehacker Print Prettier Formats Articles for Better Printing [Downloads]

Lifehacker Print Prettier Formats Articles for Better Printing [Downloads]

Firefox with Greasemonkey/Stylish: If you print out articles here on Lifehacker, you’ve probably noticed that certain screen items print that just take up space or—even worse—block parts of the article. The Lifehacker Print Prettier user style can fix that. Before you go any further, you’ll need to have installed either the Greasemonkey or Stylish Firefox extensions. Then head to the Lifehacker Print Prettier page to install said script. Userstyles lists options...


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