Sidebr is a greasemonkey userscript that restores the Posts/Followers/Messages/Drafts/Queue sidebar back to the dashboard.

 

[Sidebr->Rebar] [0.8] Tumblr Rebar

  • The menu has moved to your user icon
  • Rewrote all core components of Tumblr Sidebr
  • If you use this, disable/remove Sidebr.
  • Still need to implement removing individual navigation elements
  • Radar and Blogs to Follow will be hidden if you detach the sidebar
  • If you use this, disable/remove Sidebr.

[4] Tumblr Sidebr

Now compatible with Tumblr’s new layout.

[-Tag- Line] Edit Tags from the Dashboard

Self-explanatory

  • Edit tags from the dashboard
  • Tags will update on-the-fly

(Source: sidebr)

[None of My Business] Hide Tumblr/Missing E drama

I was bored.

  • Hides the Warning/Overlay Tumblr gives you for having Missing E and then reloads the page for a fresh start.
  • I was taught never to have a single bullet-point.

(Source: sidebr)

[Sidebr 3.0] Restore Tumblr Sidebr (Greasemonkey) [Chrome, Firefox, Safari (Mac only), Opera]

Version 3 Released!

New features:

  • Hide any and all parts of the sidebr!
  • Undock the sidebr! Have it move around as you scroll!

A quick demo of the new features.

[Sidebr 2.0] Restore Tumblr Sidebr (Greasemonkey) [Chrome, Firefox, Safari (Mac only), Opera]

Major update:

  • Code overhaul. Userscript no longer depends on jQuery. Hopefully this doesn’t break compatibility…
  • You should notice some sort of speed increase b/c it’s not loading anything external.

As always, the userscript is here.

(Btw, I might have broken manually specified sidebars. I’ve tested it up to 3 tumblelogs, but I don’t have any more to make sure, however in theory the code is sound (HAH!). Message me if it doesn’t work beyond 3 tumblelogs and mention space penguins shooting skeeball.)

(Source: sidebr)

[Sidebr] Restore Tumblr Sidebr (Greasemonkey) [Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera]

Update:

  • 2011-06-09 - Added tumblelogNum to manually set which tumblelog’s sidebar will be displayed

1. To manually change which sidebar is displayed, you need to find the userscript.

Chrome: (Find the edimojgejcmdanhinedfojglhhpfebdn folder under these folders and look for the largest version number (that is 1.0_10 > 1.0_2) and find script.js)

  • Windows: C:\Users<username>\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions
  • Mac: ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default/Extensions

Firefox: (Find tumblr_sidebr.user.js)

  • Windows: C:\Users<username>\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles<profile>\gm_scripts\tumblr_sidebr
  • Mac: ~/Library/Application Support/Firefox/Profiles/<profile?>/gm_scripts/tumblr_sidebar (Note: I haven’t gotten anyone to confirm the specific location on a Mac, but I imagine it’ll be similar. You can try using the finder to look for the filename above)

2. Open up the file in a text editor and edit the number on line 28. Then save.

var tumblelogNum = 1;

Don’t change anything else.

2b. (Chrome) Restart Chrome.

3. Reload your /dashboard.

Example:

(I have no idea where Safari keeps its userscripts. Message me and let me know!)

(This is me again assuming you Opera users know what you’re doing. ;)

(Source: sidebr)

[Sidebr] Restore Tumblr Sidebr (Greasemonkey) [Chrome, Firefox, Safari (Mac only), Opera]

Minor update:

  • Site created
  • Cleaned up the code
  • Added an FAQ to the site including how to get the ‘right’ tumblelog to display.

As always, the userscript is here.

[Sidebr] Restore Tumblr Sidebr (Greasemonkey) [Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera]

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Informational post:

I have third-party confirmation for all browser. This works.

You can find the userscript here.

Helpful links:

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