Tweaks for Subscribe Button

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Love this script as hate some of the ways that Google wasted screen real estate for no reason. This, when combined with Google Reader - compact design has resulted in a great experience. Still I felt a need to add some tweaks which can easily be added in the Custom CSS section (BTW absolutely genius to add that feature).

What the code additions do is remove the GR logo, logo section and home section, moving the subscribe button up so its in alignment with the other buttons (refresh, new/all items, etc.). It also changes the subscribe button so matches the Google look of the other ones. The last bit alters the subscribed labels' colors so that read feeds are a little softer looking so that unread one pop out more. Also added a blue hover color so touch easier to tell what about to click.

Without GR compact design:
#logo-link { display: none !important; }
#logo-section { display: none !important; }
#home-section { display: none !important; }
#lhn-add-subscription {
background: #EEEEEE !important;
background-image: -webkit-linear-gradient(top,#E0E0E0,#EEEEEE) !important;
border-color: #DCDCDC !important;
color: #333333 !important;
text-transform: none !important; }
.scroll-tree li a .name { color: #ABABAB; }
.scroll-tree li a .name:hover { color: #0066FF; }
.scroll-tree li a .name-unread { color: #000000; }

With GR compact design:
#logo-link { display: none !important; }
#logo-section { display: none !important; }
#home-section { display: none !important; }
#lhn-add-subscription {
margin-top:-30px !important;
background: #EEEEEE !important;
background-image: -webkit-linear-gradient(top,#E0E0E0,#EEEEEE) !important;
border-color: #DCDCDC !important;
color: #333333 !important;
text-transform: none !important;
top: 20px !important; }
.scroll-tree li a .name { color: #ABABAB; }
.scroll-tree li a .name:hover { color: #0066FF; }
.scroll-tree li a .name-unread { color: #000000; }

Note: For the code to use with Google Reader - Compact Design, on one computer I had to remove the "top: 20px !important;" code so it would remain in alignment with other buttons, no idea why.