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Make more responsive (previously named Responsive Twitter)

Have a feature request or bug report? Find me on twitter: @hidrj Paridae is a family of birds which (according to Wikipedia) are highly adaptable, noisy, and social. I thought this bird characteristically describes the aim of this extension. To make a noisy, social more adaptable to screen sizes (known in web circles as "responsive design"). This extension used to be named "Responsive Twitter", but I've been asked to change the name. Most Recent Changes: * Better support for multi-photo tweets * Styles updates for new profile layout Features: * Shrinks to fit in almost any width you give it. * Disables jQuery animations so that it will feel quicker. * Provides a browser icon/button to open in a chrome-less window (i.e. no toolbars) and will remember the window size/position upon closing. * Opens clicked links in the background. * Open links with keyboard shortcut o. * Removes hover effects when the window is really small. Favors keyboard shortcuts over mouse interaction. * Omnibox (i.e. addressbar) support: Type "@" then hit tab. - Searches Twitter - Use @username to go to a user - Use single letter keyboard shortcuts: o, h, c, a, r, d, f, m Full changelog available as git history:

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Andrew ChristiansenJun 19, 2016

Needs to be updated (please)

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Gustavo VasconcelosJun 8, 2014


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Joe SneddonJun 5, 2014

Does what it sets out to, can't fault it :)

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