Script Summary: Restores your default tumblelog's sidebar to the dashboard.
This will not work with Safari on Windows, this will not work. I haven't seen a Greasemonkey equivalent for Safari on Windows and that means you're out of luck.
2011-06-29 - Quick fix
2011-06-15 - Changed license. New features and bug fixes. Special thanks to: osc-rwar and cutlerish. Moved history to userscripts.org
2011-06-11 - Tweaks so I don't look half as silly. Should work in Opera.
2011-06-09 - Code overhaul. No longer depends on jQuery.
2011-06-09 - Added tumblelogNum to manually set which tumblelog's sidebar will be displayed
2011-06-08 - Cleaned up code. Created a stand-alone subdomain for sidebr. Added some help links including an FAQ.
2011-06-08 - Added a 'blank' sidebar while waiting for data to load into. (Thanks atesh for the idea ;) Using @require for Firefox to cache jQuery and the usual method to load for Chrome. Personally not a fan of embedding jQuery into the userscript.
2011-06-08 - Changed the way jQuery is loaded (using http://erikvold.com/blog/index.cfm/2010/6/14/us...); Using this method (http://3a2d29.com/greasemonky-to-safari-5-repla...) for loading in the tumblelog in hopes that it'll work with Safari (and hopefully Opera too!). Tested and works fine with FX and Chrome.
2011-06-08 - Added an @include for /tagged; honestly don't know what pages were/should show the sidebar
2011-06-08 - Updated so jQuery will play nicer with pre-existing js libraries
2011-06-08 - The ID I was using didn't exist if you didn't have multiple tumblelogs
2011-06-08 - Created (jQuery code from http://joanpiedra.com/jquery/greasemonkey/)