Facebook Full-Screen

Added by SonarEclipse@userstyles, Created: Jul 13, 2013, Updated: Aug 21, 2016
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Facebook, ported to fit your entire screen (viewport). Enjoy all the features you know and love on Facebook, but using the full real-estate of your screen. Or, view your facebook in smaller windows.

Using this theme, Facebook is completely responsive!

More info
Version 1.2 -
  • Group pages: remove sidebar with no content
  • Group pages: fix group pages pulled to the right with incorrect widths
Version 1.1.2 - August 15, 2016
  • Fix inconsistent spacing between main content and chat bar/left sidebar
  • Fix padding on main blue navigation bar not appearing anymore
  • Events page: fix events not taking full width
  • Hide bottom content (ads) and footer with copyright links
Version 1.1.2 - March 16, 2016
  • Miscellaneous fixes
Version 1.1 - February 13, 2016
  • Fix navigation not spanning full screen
  • Fix "what are you doing" taking up full screen, when it shouldn't
  • Other miscellaneous fixes

    • Version 1.0 - November 27, 2014
      • New code base... started from scratch
      • Removed all and any animations
      • Fixed sticky sidebars
      • Re-do entire styles with flexbox layout
      • Many other fixes
      Version 0.9 - September 22, 2013
      • Removed all animations
      • Optimized a lot of styles by adding placeholders
      • Fixed sticky sidebars
      • Full-screen styles for Inbox, calendar, explore Facebook
      • Fixed bug with notifications being pushed too far to right
      • It's MUCH more speedy
      • Fixed chat sidebar overlapping content
      • Many other fixes

This version should be close to a real release. I'm still working through some bugs with the new changes in Facebook.

Initial Release
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