This style was deleted by its author, Tony_S@userstyles

Tony_S@userstyles deleted this style because of "This style has been superceded by my main Blackened theme. Simply choose the black background when installing."

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Reddit Web 2.0 (Blackened Original)

Added by Tony_S@userstyles, Created: Apr 06, 2013, Updated: Jun 30, 2013
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New look, same great taste. This is based on Blackened when it was beta-ish but the CSS needed a lot of work so I thought I'd just take the CSS from Blackened and change the color scheme to look like the old one though it's only a few minor differences. I love really dark themes so I figured someone else may want to use this for as little work as it took to change the few things I did. As with the original, I'd recommend:

Untick "allow reddit to show me custom styles" in Reddit preferences or else you may have a few glitches since sub-Reddit styles can get pretty wild.
I'd also recommend to disable RES night mode for best color/style compatibility. If on Chrome/Opera, turn off UI --> Style Tweaks --> commentBoxes for now or you'll a small difference in comment page content width.

Tested on Windows with Firefox, Chrome and Opera and less thoroughly on Linux with Firefox and Chrome.

More info
- User page and messages page would have RES images slightly interfering with font so fixed it.
- Did away with the custom header image since it interferes with Reddit's own custom headers. Nevermind, it's back due to another problem I've yet to sort out, if ever.
- RES username hiding fixed for updated RES
- RES image bottom padding fix
- RES big editor button themed
- wiki page h3 font made more readable
- "code" text overflow fixed in comments
- For those using RES on Chrome, I over-rode commentbox highlighting since it does no good with this style. Also a few color fixes for Chrome users.

Applies to:,,,
CC0 1.0 Universal.
Tony_S@userstyles has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to Reddit Web 2.0 (Blackened Original), to the extent allowed by law.

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