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Reduce Yahoo mail neo header space for more room


Update: Yahoo mail with new layout renders this obsolete.

The newer Yahoo mail beta (neo) really is a faster UI. However, The large header with room that is unused is a let down.  This one time, it appears that, Yahoo did not take into account the importance of real estate on top of the page, hitting User Experience. Reduce Yahoo mail neo header space for more room by installing SarathOnline's "Spacier Yahoo Neo" userscript below

Install YNeo UserScript
by SarathOnline

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The user script is fairly simple. You could install it in Firefox as a Greasemonkey script. Or install it on chrome directly. If you are new to UserScripts, follow these instructions to install them on your browser.

Be assured, it has no malicious code. All it does is install a correcting css to the document. The css file is located here.  And the script itself.
(function(){
var d=document,sid='__sar__yneo', fn='http://www.sarathonline.com/dyn/sfs/userscripts/ymail/yneo.css';
if(d.getElementById(sid)) return;
var s=document.createElement("link")
s.setAttribute("rel", "stylesheet")
s.setAttribute("type", "text/css")
s.setAttribute("href", fn)
s.id=sid
d.getElementsByTagName("head")[0].appendChild(s);
})();

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