…ax pages The "timeline" element constantly changes, so we cannot hold a reference to it for too long. Fixes autopagination on replies, inbox, favorites and search. Autopagination is done by triggering the click on the "more" button. This way the loading of the next page is one by Twitter code, not us. We listen to jQuery ajax events and do post-processing on the content if necessary.
…ssions This is necessary since Twitter folks decided it should be hidden by default and to get them an ajax request has to be issued. This uses jQuery global Ajax events to detect this load and act after it.
also make the font color a darker black
Ability to load sass files as CSS in user scripts is awesome
except in cases when it contains "/"; then it's considered absolute
- hide everything in header after the logo - expose search - also minify the update form
remove now unnecessary delimiters in comments
jQuery and "twttr" are looked up later
prevent the line from wrapping, too (looks ugly)