I've been using this greasemonkey script for a while now and I love it (I love it so much that its the only thing keeping Google Chrome from becoming my default browser). It's called StackOverflow 2.0 and basically what it does is round the corners of certain objects, as well as a few other CSS tweaks, on the SO family of sites (see image below).

So I was just wondering if Jeff & company have ever thought about incorporating some of these features? Right now the only thing that I can see that is holding the script back is the use of the Firefox only -moz-border-radius property (however a few browsers now support the CSS3 border-radius property).


I'm going to make the corners even sharper now!

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    Hee. I don't really get the fixation with rounded corners. Maybe I'm just strange. – Margaret Feb 15 '10 at 6:39
  • It's all sharp corners on Opera 9.64 – random Feb 15 '10 at 8:13
  • Ow! Alright, where's the first aid kit... – Pollyanna Feb 15 '10 at 15:49
  • @Jeff: My eyes have received enough paper cuts from these sharp edges! I demand you round them now! – Kredns Feb 16 '10 at 3:13

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