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Facebook has recently made great strides in their effort to be the most evil web app of all time, by adding "stickers" to chat.

Example of annoying stickers

The most annoying thing about these "stickers", is that they are so huge. They take up at least 75% of the default chat window, often requiring me to scroll up to read a previous sentence.

If they were just the size of a normal emoticon, I wouldn't mind. Is there a way (possibly by way of a third-party add-on/browser extension?) to reduce the size of these stickers, or even completely filter them?

My attempts to google a solution only offer suggestions on how to use stickers. sigh

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Chrome/Firefox, AdBlock is the way to go. Add a filter like this:

||fbcdn-dragon-a.akamaihd.net^
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Won't that block more than just Facebook chat stickers? –  Al E. Jul 10 '13 at 15:00
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It seems the stickers are images with the classes "img mvs". So you could write a user script that autohides all images with the mvs class.

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