Twitter: Highlight "Last New Tweet" Message

Added by Wolfey@userstyles, Created: Mar 10, 2010, Updated: Oct 01, 2011
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This style highlights the "last new tweet" message (the first new message shown after clicking on the "(#) new tweet(s)" link), in order to make it easier to determine where the first new message is located. The "last new tweet" message will use the same background and border color as the "(#) new tweet(s)" link.

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[UPDATE: 2011/10/02]
* Fixed the "After" screenshot: it was highlighting the tweet before the "last new tweet", instead of the "last new tweet" itself.

[UPDATE: 2011/10/01]
* Changed the class name used to identify the last new message (which was originally called "last-on-refresh"). This fixes an issue that prevented this style from working properly.
* Added "Before" and "After" screenshots.
* Updated this style's title and description to account for the revised class name.

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CC0 1.0 Universal.
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