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Twitter recently introduced a new tweet notification on it's home page. Epicondylitis A yellow notification bar will tell you the number of new tweets that have popped up in your friends' timeline since you last refreshed the page. New Tweets Notification Bar If you're a Firefox user like me, epicondylitis and you find the new notification bar distracting, epicondylitis it's quite easy to get rid of. Epicondylitis Just find your user style sheet (it's called userContent.css, epicondylitis and it's located in the chrome folder inside your Firefox profile folder), epicondylitis and add the following lines of code:

@-moz-document domain(twitter.com) {
	div#new_results_notification {
		display: none !important;
	}
}
If userContent.css doesn't exist, epicondylitis just create it. Epicondylitis Restart Firefox, epicondylitis and the notification bar should be gone. Epicondylitis You will still be able to see your unread tweet count in the page title, epicondylitis though. (I wrote about userContent.css (in Dutch) when it was first introduced in 2005)