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CSS edit for Netgear CG3000DCR/SMCD3G

I'm not sure if the scrollbars on the "Cable Modem" page for  the Netgear business class gateway bothers anyone else, but it bothered the crap out of me. I spent about an hour today fixing that. Figured I post it for anyone else that would find this useful. 

 

All it does it turns this into this.

 

I'm personally using Stylish for Chrome which allows me to apply this tweak only on that page. 

 

Full CSS for anyone that's interested: http://pastebin.com/VaZYrkfC

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Re: CSS edit for Netgear CG3000DCR

that looks awesome, especially so you can actually see all signals!

 

do you know if it works with the SMCD3G? might try it at one of my locations where i'm using that

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Re: CSS edit for Netgear CG3000DCR

From my research it appers both backends are the same. So yes, it *should* work. Definitely worth a try. If it doesn't I could likely modify it to. 

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Re: CSS edit for Netgear CG3000DCR

Very slick indeed ! Nice job. Smiley Wink

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Re: CSS edit for Netgear CG3000DCR


@kraze wrote:

From my research it appers both backends are the same. So yes, it *should* work. Definitely worth a try. If it doesn't I could likely modify it to. 


cool stuff.

 

yeah , i was watching a Comcast tech during a new BCI install yesterday, it looks even more painful for them. The scroll bars are the same, but there's like twice as much info/options on the pages. And the guy was trying to do it from an iphone Smiley Surprised

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