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Want to Change Twitter Back to Its Original Left Position? Here’s How [IMAGE]

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Twitter recently overhauled its design, and as par for the course for any major website implementing changes, some people are pretty miffed. This time, the thing that seems to be driving people the most nuts is the inversion of the Tweet stream from the left to the right.

Fortunately, if you’re a Chrome or Firefox user, there is now a simple solution to reverting the stream back to its left justification.

How-To Geek have devised an extension for both browsers that will switch it back for those who can’t used to the switch. For Firefox, the site recommends also downloading the Greasemonkey add-on.)

If you’re one of those people who fear (internet) change, head over to How-To Geek now to get the old-school Twitter extension. Happy Tweeting!

[via Geekosystem]

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