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    oh, I see. It's third-party software. I've been using Maxthon for years now, it uses whatever IE version you happen to have loaded. It has all those features already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPnyc View Post
    oh, I see. It's third-party software. I've been using Maxthon for years now, it uses whatever IE version you happen to have loaded. It has all those features already.
    But can Maxthon let you make userscipts so that you can make the site load up like this?

    http://antionline.com/picture.php?al...2&pictureid=43

    http://antionline.com/picture.php?al...2&pictureid=44

    http://antionline.com/picture.php?al...2&pictureid=45
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    damn the image restrictions have h@xed my screen shot..

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    I'm missing something, what's so special about those page loads?

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    instead of the forum being right across the screen it's been loaded so it's being minimized a little

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    you don't need a script for that just change the CSS file, add some padding to the body element and/or change the width attribute for tables. Even as far back as IE 5 you could use a local CSS file. Maybe even before, I don't remember.

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    Teabag, teach me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPnyc View Post
    you don't need a script for that just change the CSS file, add some padding to the body element and/or change the width attribute for tables. Even as far back as IE 5 you could use a local CSS file. Maybe even before, I don't remember.
    Yeah but with the userscript it is easy to add an extra line so that you can have it do that on more then one site, instead of having to manually create or edit different css files you just open the .js userscript add the url save and reload the browser and it's done..

    here's the userscript i am using to get the desired effect:

    Code:
    // ==UserScript==
    // @name              FixedWidthLayout
    // @namespace      t34b4g5
    // @description      Changes the layout from Liquid to Fluid
    // @include           http://antionline.com/*
    // ==/UserScript==
    
    // Version 0.0.1
    
    var width = 1000;
    
    document.body.style.width = width + 'px';
    document.body.style.margin = '0 auto';
    If you want it to do this on other websites just add another @include line with the url and save reload the script and your done.
    Last edited by t34b4g5; March 11th, 2009 at 02:15 PM.

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    Maxthon 2 has that capability, version 1 doesn't. However I still prefer version 1, much lighter application

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    How do I install my own script other than getting it from there site 0_o
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