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The best Google Reader mod becomes a Safari extension

My favorite userstyle for Google Reader is Snow Leopard. It uses space much more efficiently and looks much prettier than Reader's default UI. In fact, I like it so much that it's become weird to see the default skin.

Now there's good news for anyone else who likes Snow Leopard as much as I do: the Snow Leopard userstyle is now available as a Safari extension for Safari 5!

Of course, you can still install Snow Leopard as a userscript in older versions of Safari, provided you've got Greasekit. It's just a lot easier to do it the new way. Plus, the extension fixes some UI elements that looked weird in the userstyle after the latest updates to Reader. If you're a frequent Google Reader user, definitely check it out.

If you need help enabling extensions in Safari 5 on Mac or Windows, check our tutorial post!

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