Tidying up Amazon wishlist printouts

Whenever I visit the used games store, I like to bring a printout of my Amazon.ca wishlist, since it’s easier to work with than a tiny screen. However, Amazon, for reasons that escape me, decided that print versions would somehow benefit from having entries mention that the Amazon offering at the time of printing was from a third-party seller.

That’s just distracting and unhelpful, so here’s a userstyle to fix it. I would have uploaded it to userstyles.org as usual, but there’s some kind of bug in their validator.

Title:
Amazon – Hide “Offered by ” in print wishlists
Description:
Remove unnecessary clutter from Amazon’s waitlist printouts to make them easier to skim-read.
Preview Image:
CSS:
@namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml);

@-moz-document regexp("https?://(www\\.)?amazon\\.[.a-z]+/gp/registry/wishlist/.*)?\?(.*&)?layout=standard-print(&.*)?$") {
    td.g-title span { display: none !important; }
}

Enjoy. 🙂

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