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    • CommentRowNumber1.
    • CommentAuthorzskoda
    • CommentTimeMay 8th 2011
    • (edited May 8th 2011)

    Every item in Recently Revised output has a line of the form

    by ThisUser at April 29, 2011 21:25:16 from

    hence in particular, the line has the date written. Now the output has also huge title for every particular date and a new paragraph with each date. In the main lab, this is not that much of a problem as each day there are many edits, so proportionally the paragraph making and titles do not take much space. In personal pages, however, we have usually not more then couple of different pages edited typically per day which was active. Thus the big titles take more than half of the space in Recently Revised listing, and the additional spacing between the titles and the entries (paragraph structure) takes yet additional space. Thus if I want to find a title of the entry whose title I do not remember and I edited it a month ago I typically spend much time scrolling and reading irrelevant date title information, between the actual titles which I actually read.

    Conclusion: I think it would be much better if the dates would not be extracted into section titles and paragraph division as it is a redudant information, especially for personal labs. I am a visual person and rarifying text into lots of paragraphs, titles etc. make me inefficient in general.

    • CommentRowNumber2.
    • CommentAuthorRodMcGuire
    • CommentTimeMay 8th 2011

    Zoran, If you are running Firefox then you can install the Stylish extension and write a rule to change the CSS to give a display you like.

    Here is a rule I just wrote that does what I think you want:

    @namespace url(;
    @-moz-document url("") {
    h3 {display: none}
    div#Content ul {margin: 0}
    div#Content ul li {margin: 0 !important}

    The h3 line prevents the big dates from being displayed. The 2 following lines removes extra space between individual entry lines.

    • CommentRowNumber3.
    • CommentAuthorzskoda
    • CommentTimeMay 8th 2011

    Thanks, that is a good idea.