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view myspace profiles normally


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what i mean is, can i view a person's myspace like normal? i'm sick of y friends transparent backwards inside out crap. i want to view it as it is when you first make a myspace.
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Kinda. You can make your own style sheet for your browser which will over-ride the web site. Not quite going to be as you really want to see it, only as you style the page for viewing in your browser.
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In Firefox, you can do this:

View > Page Style > No Style

This could help you, but I don't know a way to make all pages display the default MySpace template.
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Or just don't use MySpace. It's terrible.
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Or just don't use MySpace. It's terrible.

What he said.
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well, i barely talk to people as it is, so myspace is a blessing. and i refuse facebook.

could a greasemonkey script work?
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It *could*, anything is possible :) My friend did some pretty tricky things with it.
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