In my spare time, I have created some (hopefully) handy scripts and styles:
A slimmed down StackExchange
To get rid of the distracting side bar on some of the StackExchange sites, I have created the StackWatchers user style. This also improves the reading experience on narrow windows.
Better UX with NxFilter
To have a better visual distinction for blocked requests by the DNS filtering tool NxFilter, I have created NxFilterColorizer, a user script that colorizes the table row depending on the block indicator text. It also applies a CSS class that allows further styling with a user style.
Find the keyboard focus
Ever got lost in a large input form? FocusFinder comes to the rescue. This is a simple user style, that globally highlights the currently focused or hovered input field or action item. This helps visually navigating and observing the structure of a website.
Upcoming: Header linkify
A user script that prepends clickable links to HTML headers. This allows to share a direct link to any part of a HTML document.
NxFilter is the best free solution for a self-hosted DNS server/filter I have found so far. Today I got my Raspberry Pi, so how about running NxFilter on a headless Raspberry Pi in a family’s home network?
Note: This article is based on a Raspberry Pi Model 2B and NxFilter Version 3.5.1. Never versions of either product may behave differently.
The current Desktop version of Raspbian, the default Debian-based Operating System for the Raspberry Pi already comes with all required packages (Java, unzip, wget)