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Description

This script hides the content of deleted answers (which are visible to 10k+ Stack Exchange users), injects a show content / hide content toggle in the answer's menu, and injects a visibility toggle for all hidden questions into the page.

Functionality screenshot Installation

This script is now available as a Google Chrome extension.

Update Information

1.4 - Deleted answer manager now works on all StackExchange sites.

1.3 - Fixed HTML injection, updated to latest jquery.

1.0 - Added link for Google Chrome extension.

1.0 - Modify the page only if deleted answer(s) exist.

0.9 - Fixed bug in show/hide content logic.

0.8 - Added ability to save preferences using localStorage.

0.7 - Initial post on Stack Apps.

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How do I enable this on Stack Exchange sites? – ChrisF Feb 7 '13 at 20:39
    
@ChrisF, scratch the previous comment. This is now available for all StackExchange sites. Because of my rep limitations, I can only test is on StackOverflow. If you (or anyone) can test it on other StackExchange sites, I'd appreciate the feedback! – James Hill Oct 1 '14 at 14:24
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I'll try to remember to give a try when I get home. – ChrisF Oct 1 '14 at 14:34
    
I've been using the 1.0 user script version with Greasemonkey/Firefox for more than a year now on Arqade and it works fine. The user script download link is currently missing. Can it be hosted on another site? – galacticninja Feb 8 '15 at 10:22
    
@galacticninja, check out userscripts-mirror.org. UserScripts went down a long time ago and is not coming back. I'm currently only hosting this as a Chrome extension. – James Hill Feb 8 '15 at 12:49
    
It currently states "Item not found. This item may have been removed by its author." when I try to access the Chrome webstore page. – galacticninja Jun 19 at 8:44

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