Some time ago, we wrote on how to disable the Facebook news ticker in Google Chrome. Turns out, you can do that on IE9 as well.
Here is how:
- Install this to the IE9 registry.
- Install IE7Pro.
- Restart IE9 and press the alt key.
- Tools > IE7Pro preferences.
- Modules > uncheck everything but scripts & plugins.
- Base settings > uncheck everything.
- Mouse settings > uncheck everything.
- Delete all the entries under URL alias and search.
- In plugins, check “enable plugins”.
- In user scripts, check “enable user scripts”.
- Restart IE9
- If a toolbar was installed with IE7Pro, click the large X to disable it, and, when prompted, click only Grab and Drag. BHO and Preferences should not be clicked. Click disable.
- Go to this script and, on the right-hand side, click install. Do the same in the pop-up window.
- Close IE9 and reopen it and, when you access Facebook, a big chat pane should appear in place of the ticker.
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