Fix New Twitter

Makes New Twitter look like it's supposed to.

Twitter uses -moz and -webkit prefixed CSS properties, but often leaves out the unprefixed versions that work in Opera (and sometimes includes -o prefixed properties that don't exist). This stylesheet fixes as many of these missing properties as possible and makes Twitter look like it's supposed to.  This is pretty much http://extendopera.org/css/content/fix-twitter, but for the new Twitter.

This stylesheet was generated with my CSS Fix widget with a couple fixes for textbox backgrounds and positioning of buttons on the search page added by hand.

Changelog

14-10-2010

Added unprefixed text-overflow for 10.70+

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Tested with Opera version(s): 
10.6x
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text overflow

The stylesheet uses -o-text-overflow. That will be discontinued with opera 10.70 or what comes next. Use text-overflow instead.

Thanks for the catch.  I

Thanks for the catch.  I updated the tool I used to generate most of that to output text-overflow instead of -o-text-overflow, but since some Twitter pages still use the old layout, the second half of the stylesheet is copied from my original Fix Twitter stylesheet, which I generated before I updated the tool.

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