Twitter hide opaque box behind content

Added by nbdv@userstyles, Created: Feb 22, 2012, Updated: Mar 30, 2013
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Hides opaque box behind dashboard and timeline giving a cleaner look to page

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This style applies globally. To apply only to pages with "https://" at the start of their URL, replace "domain("")" with "url-prefix("")" in first line of code.

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