Спасибо, отличная тема. Отдельное спасибо за горячие клавиши. Настройка кегля и межстрочных интервалов планируется?
Hi! I love your script but Google Reader has been updated, so there is a top bar overlaying the first header.
I modified some code in your script:
var ids = ["viewer-header","logo-container","search","search-input","search-restrict","search-restrict-input","search-submit","chrome-header","global-info","gbar","viewer-footer","gb"];
var logo = document.getElementById('main');
logo.style.top = '0';
logo.style.marginTop = '0';
This works fine for me, so you can use it to update your script, if you want.
I used to use Google Reader Absolutely Customizable (GRAC) and that was perfect under Firefox but in Chrome I delete my cookies on exit and now that Google Reader Absolutely Customizable settings are stored in cookies, they get wiped out every time. Until Chrome allows you to make exceptions to the cookies that get deleted on exit, I've switched to this script which gets me close to 100% the same look that I had customized with GRAC.
Exactly what I was looking for; it removes the obnoxiously large top header from google reader. Perfect for my netbook, where vertical space is at a premium.
simply the best
I do not exactly like what this script does, but I can see why some people would. Nonetheless, it does exactly what it says it will do.
In one word: ¡Excelent! It's just what I was looking for. w keyboard shortcut is the best feature. Thanks.
Does the job very well, completely hides the header.
I switched from Bloglines to Google Reader recently. This script is must for Asus EeePC