Clio, Calm Down!

Added by benjamin.@userstyles, Created: Feb 10, 2014, Updated: Feb 11, 2014
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This is my personal userstyle for the superb Clio practice management software (, replacing the current design's emphasis on mustard yellow & negative space. It is very much a work in progress and will only ever reflect my personal tastes and preferences, to wit, a focus on the content rather than the interface. It does fix overdue task coloring and alternating row colors though this is of course dependent on Clio's willingness to retain the appropriate code. While you are welcome to make suggestions, it will be updated according to my whim and is maintained here so I can install it on my own computers.

My first goal is cleaning up the code and enabling drop-down color options.

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This script is provided AS IS, without any warranty. It is built by identifying the containers for HTML and altering their CSS properties. This approach is predicated on Clio's excellent code, which they may change at any time. You're a legal professional, you know what "use at your own risk" means.

At present, the only image/content hidden by this script is the visual gradient in the top banner, however I cannot guarantee that using this or any other customization, combined with whatever else you have running on this computer, won't somehow affect your ability to see important information and will not be responsible if you miss a court hearing or whatever.

You also need to decide for yourself whether using this, or any other script affecting how Clio is displayed on your computer, may implicate Clio's Terms of Service. If you install this script you do so voluntarily and the author shall have no responsibility if dragons rise up from your plumbing and Jack Newton spills hot coffee on your trousers while effecting personal service for varied and multiform violations of his intellectual, moral, and spiritual rights.

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