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Realstar
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Hi guys! Where can I find the file (I think it’s javascript), which after installation, I can see the interest near progress bar in author dashboard? I lost it (

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Smartik
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Umm… What? :sarcasm:

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DragonSigh
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.progressbar-value {text-indent: 8px !important; font-size: 10px !important; height: 17px !important;}
[role="progressbar"] {height: 17px !important;}

Which browser do you use? This is the custom CSS and I use it as UserCSS in Opera, but it can fit to any browser, just use any plugin for CSS customizing.

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Realstar
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that’s what I had in mind

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mothinkers
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If you use Chrome you can double click the bar and Select “inspect element”. In the css propriety you’ll see that the percentage has a text-indent of something like -999px. Just put it to 0. this will be temporarerly. To have It permanent you have to use a plug in for CSS customization as DragonSigh said.

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petrenj
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I use Rockmelt browser and “inspect elemet” works.It show me how much % is in the progress bar.

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UniikMedia
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I use Rockmelt browser and “inspect elemet” works.It show me how much % is in the progress bar.

+1 for Rockmelt here… a little off topic but not too many people know about this great Chrome based browser!

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petrenj
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I used google chrome but once it start to be unresponsive for some reason.Than I found Rockmelt and I still using it.Its great browser.

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