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Icons for deviantART members personal and favourites gallery folders.


1. Icons (for the most common folders);
2. PSD file;
3. Font.

The same icons I use for my gallery folders, so you can see the "live" version by visiting my gallery.
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Journal skin for @bluespeed9

My entry for @bluespeed9's 'Skin This' Contest.

Thanks to @bluespeed9 for organizing this contest, it was a nice challenge.
Some credit to =jokla: I couldn't have skinned the poll like I wanted if I hadn't secretly looked at his css. file.

Important !
don't bullshit me about the fact that it doesn't look that good in IE.
that's because IE is crap.
I'm willing to give it some more time and try to fix more errors in IE if @bluespeed9 want's me to.
if not.. drop dead. get firefox.

I fixed most of the bugs in IE... because mushroom boy asked me to do so.
It's not perfect. But at least it doesn't look like shit anymore.

edit 2.
oi. thanks for the daily deviation feature.
most appreciated.

oi. :peace:
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IMPORTANT: The dAblack project is no longer being developed by myself due to lack of time. However, ~GyroxOpex has been taken up development; you can find his current version at dAblack for v7! Thanks for keeping dAblack alive!

Old Description entries:

Current stuff
meh, minor update due to some changes in dA's layout >.>
i know, i know, there hasnt been much new stuff lately. ZOMFG WORK IS SO BUSY lol
whatever, ill try to get around to it more again

and lol, version change from 09-06-09 to 09-09-06 :)

PERSONAL REQUESTS: Yes, I've done two personal requests now (dAblack borderless deviation and dAblack totally borderless), but please understand that i can't make a habit of this!!! I only did these styles because i could do them really fast (i.e. within 5 minutes). You can of course ask me to do something for you, but don't feel disappointed if i turn you down. i will deny any requests that i think are too much work or rwill take too long.
However, you are of course free to make your own modifications, that's why this code is released with a license that allows derivative works. Please make sure you tell me about it when you modify the code and redistribute it and that you have to share-alike (i.e. use the same CC license)

Please tell me about suggestions you have. If you look at the style's source code, you will see a list of the page types i have done already, which are yet to do and which i am working on at the moment. If you see anything that seems wrong on pages that are marked done, please tell me, so i can look into it.

Please also check out for other cool styles :D

Thanks for your time and I hope you like it!


Guide to the version number

In the title you see the version number going something like this: vZZ-YY-XX. The numbers give you the year-month-day of the current version posted here: ZZ = year, YY = month, XX = day.
If you don't know which version you currently have, scroll down to the Update Guide and do the first step. The version number of your file is said at the very top of the code.

More screenshots!
- the front page
- a deviation page
- a user page
- the message center
- the note center
- the user gallery (main)
- the user gallery (folder view)
- the channels page
- the forums pages (top is main page, bottom is a category view; thread view = comments page)
- the comments page

- also see this deviation by =fal-name for screenshots showing how dAblack looks for her

more screenshots coming soon!

Installation guide (for Upgrade Guide see below)
(Advanced users: If you know your way around Stylish, download the file from point 3. and install it)

(Also, ~GyroxOpex provided a short visual install guide. -- However, this is for the old version of Stylish and thus obsolete)

1. You need Firefox (other browsers are not supported).

2. You need the Stylish extension for Firefox. If you only installed it now, be sure to restart your Firefox and then return to this page.

3. Download the ZIP file from this page ("Download" button left of the preview image), extract the CSS file to some temporary location and open it.

4. You will see the file: Lots of text.

5. On the bottom right of the Firefox window, you have a Stylish icon in the status bar (it is a white S on white background). Single-click it and select "Install File..."

6. A new window will pop up which asks you to enter a name for the style (I assume you enter dAblack here). Then click "Install" on the bottom of the window.

7. You're done! You can now open deviantART and see the new style (if you had it open, the style should immediately apply).

If you don't like the style and want to remove it, click the Stylish icon in the bottom right corner again and click on "Manage Styles...", select the style and click Uninstall.
If you want to disable the style, click on the Stylish icon and click on the name of the style. If it is not un-applied immediately, you might have to restart Firefox (this is a rare bug of Stylish).

Upgrade Guide
(If you haven't installed Stylish and this style before, go back up to the Installation Guide)

1. Open Firefox (if it isn't already open), click on the Stylish icon in the lower right corner and click on "Manage Styles...". Select dAblack (or whatever you called this style when you installed it) and click Edit, a window containing the installed version of the style pops up.
Version number: At the very top of the file, you can see the "Version of this file:". Use this to check if the current version here is newer than the one you have.

2. Download the ZIP file from this page ("Download" button left of the preview image), extract the CSS file to some temporary location and open it.

3. Select all (randomly click into the text once, then press Ctrl+A) and copy it (Ctrl+C). (You can also use the context menus to do these actions. -- if the file opens in Notepad on Windows, the shortcuts might not work)

4. Then change to the window that popped up with your old style (it is titled by the name of the style, usually dAblack), select all there (Ctrl+A) and paste the new code from your clipboard (Ctrl+V). (Again, context menu is possible.)

6. Scroll back up to the top of the file and check the Version of this file again. If it is still the old one, something went wrong (probably between copying and pasting it). Start over at step 3.

7. If the version at the top says the same as the one in the title of this deviation, you have successfully pasted the new style. Click "Save" in the style editor window. The style is instantly applied. You can now check out the new stuff :D

Known Issues

- Journals with custom CSS can look crappy: I know, but I won't put a lot of work into that. as it says, its custom CSS, so i cannot "support" it in anyway. If you dont like the way it looks with this style, please switch off the style while you read the journal entry.

Thanks and credits:

- Special thanks to Kuros for hosting the CSS file on his server!
- most of the icons are the original dA icons. Some did not have transparent backgrounds, so I modified them in a way so they are usable with the dark b/g. Some I changed a little more.
- the dA logo I used was made by ~p-h-o-t-o-n for a contest. Deviation: [link]
- thanks to ~falexx, i could fix the dot that appeard at the bottom of the message center


Change log

Change log removed because no hosting D:



- dAblack borderless deviation: If the white border around the deviation disturbs you, you can install this style in addition to the regular dAblack using the same method as described above. It will remove the white border.
- dAblack totally borderless: Okay, here goes another customization of the style. If you want, like ~daYavuz, to have no borders at all in your black dA, install this style additionally to the regular dAblack. It will remove all borders.
- dAblack IceBlue Daily Pageviews bars: If you find those gray pageviews bars too boring, like *Krodil, you might want to install this additional style, which turns the daily pageviews bars a calm light blue!
- Visual installation tutorial: If you can't find the buttons described in the installation guide, maybe this visual guide by ~GyroxOpex

- Featured! This style has been featured:
- - - by `2dazed as a DD (on 09-02-21)
- - - by ~daYavuz in his journal
- - - by !G-e-m-p-o-l in his journal
- - - by !Ilayda-Arts in her journal
- - - by !Chinastone in his journal
- - - by `NunoPires in his journal
- - - by =fal-name in this deviation showing how dAblack looks for her
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:flame: DeviantART + Google Search Plug-in for Mozilla FireFox :flame:
[ Version 1.4 | January 7, 2007 ]

I no longer support this product.

:flame: :star: ... updated with better code and awesome icons by ~jujimufu... :star: :flame:

:flame: :star: ... added HTML installer made by `dancewiththesky :star: :flame:

:star: Function:
:bulletblue:Searches for various deviantART pages through Google.

:star: Features:
:bulletgreen:Now with the Beta Search included.
:bulletgreen:Corresponding icons by each search.
:bulletblue:Anyone who is running FireFox can use it.
:bulletblue:You can search for the following: :bulletgreen: Deviants :bulletgreen: Deviations :bulletgreen: Help/FAQ :bulletgreen: News :bulletgreen: Prints :bulletgreen: Journals :bulletgreen: Deviations :bulletgreen: or anything that has in its url!!
:bulletpurple: You can search specific catagories now, just type in the category before the keywords (ex: ' photomanipulation suzi9mm' gives you manips with Jen's work).
Includes the original deviant art in-site search!

:star: Requirements: </a>
Mozilla Firefox 1.0 or greater.

:star: To install:
1. Unzip the contents to C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\searchplugins or similar directory .
2. Restart FireFox.
3. Enjoy searching deviantART on the go.

Mac OSX:
1. Download the zip file.
2. Locate the Firefox folder from your hard drive ( most likely it is in the Applications folder).
3. Right click on the Firefox icon and choose 'Show Package Contents' from the options.
4. Open the 'Contents' folder then 'MacOS' folder then the 'searchplugins' folder.
5. Extract the downloaded plug-in's files into the 'seachplugins' folder.
6. Restart FireFox.
7. Enjoy searching deviantART on the go.

Alternatively you can use the included .html file to install the plugins without messing around your directories.

:star: Support:
If, for some odd reason, you cannot get the search plug-ins to work, please note me with your problem, FireFox version, and basic computer info.

:star: Previous versions:
1.4 01/07/07 Added HTML installer made by `dancewiththesky and fixed a typo
1.3 06/09/06 Icons for each search, better code (all thanks to ~jujimufu )
1.2 09/08/05 Added beta search support.
1.1 04/25/05 Category support, new Mac OS X instructions.
1.0 04/24/05 Inital release.

:star: Pimp it out:
If you find this plug-in useful, and want to get others aware, you can pimp it out in your Journal or ShoutBoard. All you have to do is get the HTML here and paste it in the desired Journal box. (Remember you can only use HTML in your journal if you are a subscriber.) For non subscribers, y'all can try this: [acronym title="“DevART + Google Search Plug-in”, by `hyper-psycho"][a href="[link]"]deviantART + Google Firefox Plug-in[/a][/acronym]. </a>

All trademarks, logos, and other marks are copyrighted to their respected companies/authors.
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What is it?
A greasemonkey script that shows thumbnails of the previous two and next two deviations in the gallery you're viewing, underneath the current deviation. It allows you to skip between deviations in a gallery without having to use the back button or switch tabs.

Why not? ;P
It's a feature I've been wanting for a while, and I've heard it requested more than a few times in the Suggestions forum.

How do I get it?
In order to use it, you must be using Mozilla or Mozilla Firefox, and you must have the Greasemonkey extension installed. Then, right click :pointr:this link:pointl: and choose "Install User Script". Next time you view a deviation, you should see a row of thumbnails underneath it.

* Yet another complete rewrite. Works on dAv5.
* Completely restructured the script internals. Behavior should be exactly the same, but it should now work on Firefox 1.5 with newer versions of greasemonkey. Hasn't been tested on older versions of Firefox, so if you have issues with it, try 0.2 below.
* Added previous/next buttons, to allow you to browse an entire gallery without leaving the page.
* Changed "Other deviations by ____" to be a link to the deviant's gallery
* Initial release

Here: [link]
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My entry for the contest organized by: :iconginkgografix:

I´ve tried to follow the contest spirit and to make a simple and clean design. This is for private use. I hope to release another design for public use before next Tuesday. If you don´t know what i´m talking about, check this [link] and make your own design, you don´t have to know about coding the css, just the design. Good luck. Cheers!

Ups almost forgot I used :iconpaulw: ´s brushes . Check his work: [link]

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This is for this: [link]

Created with the amazing Bullets made by $liquisoft
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