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Sites like Netflix and Twitter have public APIs that have let people work with those sites using other sites or locally installed applications.

Since Craig's List is a rather ugly (well, to me) and 1998-ish user experience, are there any applications that put a better face onto Craig's List?

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Seems to me that if you're looking for a non-browser solution this would be better asked on superuser.com –  Al E. Jul 2 '10 at 12:16
    
@Everett What a subtle distinction. So if want to ask a Twitter question involving TweetDeck, it's Super User and if it is via the web pages, it is here? It's unlikely to get followed. –  MatthewMartin Jul 2 '10 at 14:08
    
I think this is the right place as you are dealing with a web application - Craigslist. –  ChrisF Oct 7 '10 at 20:21
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Maybe Greasemonkey helps? http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/6155

Try also iMacros for automating routine task on Craigslist (and any other web app)

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Since you just want a better skin for craigslist, try looking at external stylesheets. If there's some extra functionality you need, you could also look at external scripts.

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