Added an option to disable exiting Reader when you click the page border. Also added a context menu item to open CustomReader’s settings when you’re in Reader.
Fixed a bug that had existed since I changed CustomReader’s default style (on Safari 6) a couple of versions back. When you changed the background color, it would only change the color directly under the text. (This was not a problem with the old default style, which preserved the dark, semi-transparent surround.) Now, it will change color of the entire background.
If you are still using the old default style with the dark surround, the new code will mess up the surround when you change the page background. To undo the damage, you’ll need to go into the Advanced tab and delete the “background-color” declaration in the #article block every time you change the background color in the Basic tab.
CustomReader is now ready for Safari 7 (and 6.1)—hopefully. Be forewarned: when you upgrade to the new Safari, your existing CustomReader style will be lost, replaced with the new default.
EDIT: Updated to 2.1.1 just now. Fixed a couple of bugs.
I’ve changed the default stylesheet to do away with Reader’s semi-opaque dark background. Now the entire window is filled with the same background color, which I think looks better. I’ve also made the scrollbar more subtle and moved it to the right edge of the window.
If you already use CustomReader and want to check out the new look, go to the Advanced tab of CustomReader’s settings and click Restore Default. (But copy your old stylesheet to a text file first, in case you want to go back to it!)
Printing from Safari Reader now respects some CustomReader settings. The effective settings are the body and heading fonts, text alignment, and paragraph indentation/spacing. Other settings continue to have no effect when printing.
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