Posts Tagged “antique”

  • Antique is back, baby

    Thanks to a pointer from Jeremy Lu, I've got the Antique Safari Reader hack running in Safari 5.1. I can't begin to tell you how much I'd missed it since updating to Lion. I've updated the instructions page to include the Lion location of Reader.html.…

  • Antique on PimpMySafari.com

    There was a nice mention of Antique today over at PimpMySafari.com. Thanks, Scott! Despite having sworn off the Reader hacking, I've actually been continuing development, making tweaks and expanding functionality. My ultimate goal is still to find a way to override the stylesheet via a global page in an extension, turning it from a hack into something a little more legitimate. If I can't pull that off, though, I'll have to share the current version again as a hack... I think it's worth it. Take…

  • Antique 1.6, final release

    For a quick "how-to" on using the Antique (or any) Safari Reader hack, see the related article in the HowTo section.…

  • Ampersands & Javascript

    While playing around with Antique, I decided I really wasn't in love with the ampersands that were included in any of the fonts I was working with. Normally, I'd just run everything through Typogrify and get some handy CSS classes to work with. Working in Safari's Reader, though, I only had access to Javascript (and jQuery, now).…

  • Antique 1.5 for Safari Reader

    * jQuery: added the jQuery library via Google's Ajax API to make some of the other additions much easier to implement. * Colorbox: links to images are automatically opened in a "lightbox" so you don't have to leave the page. Uses jQuery Colorbox and automatically applies the effect to links ending in '.jpg' or '.png'. * Widon't: headlines and paragraphs have a widon't function applied to them, preventing "widows" (short words alone on a line). This was mostly annoying me in the top-level…