Un-Supersize Google Search With A User Script

2
Un-Supersize Google Search With A User Script

Earlier this week Google supersized the search box for their home page, and many of you were not amused. If you can’t get used to the larger font, you can easily install a user script that puts it back to normal.

Once you’ve installed the user script and reloaded the page, the Google search page text size and width should immediately change back to the size it used to be. [via Google Operating System]

Comments

  • Userscript for Stylish users.

    @-moz-document
    url-prefix(http://www.google.com.au),
    url-prefix(http://google.com.au),
    url-prefix(http://www.google.com),
    url-prefix(http://google.com)
    {
    .lst {
    font-size:13px!important;
    margin-bottom:0em!important;
    }
    .lsb {
    font-size:13px!important;
    margin:0em!important;
    }

    .gac_t {
    font-size:13px!important;
    }
    .gac_bt {
    display:none!important;
    }
    .gac_m {
    -moz-background-clip:border!important;
    -moz-background-inline-policy:continuous!important;
    -moz-background-origin:padding!important;
    background:white none repeat scroll 0 0!important;
    border:1px solid #666!important;
    cursor:default!important;
    font-size:13px!important;
    line-height:17px!important;
    position:absolute!important;
    margin:0!important;
    z-index:99!important;
    }
    }

Log in to comment on this story!