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February 11, 2014. Complaints are raised on Meta Stack Overflow over the invisibility of moderator diamonds. One helpful answerer humorously suggested

red dashed borders and a flashing "Moderator" sign

This is (roughly) what this script does.


The MIT License




Runs on any browser that jQuery supports (which is quite a few). Requires some CSS3 features to work at 100%.


It's just me, @michaelb958. You can contact me by:

  • Commenting on or answering this post. This is the preferred mechanism for providing feedback or suggestions.
  • Pinging me on chat. For general conversation and stuff.
  • Emailing me (email address available on my GitHub profile). For use in case of emergency.


jQuery, with a dash of JavaScript.
Github Gist!

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About time. I don't see how any Stack Exchange site could survive this long without such feature. – Tomasz Ɓazarowicz Feb 13 '14 at 13:56
doesn't work for me in chrome – Mhmd Feb 16 '14 at 15:26
@user689 I've had several reports of breakage so far. (Should have expected them, given that initial development was done on IE.) Investigation in progress. – michaelb958 Feb 16 '14 at 21:47
@michaelb958 - The problem is in your userscript's include. I replaced with @include http://** just as a test, and it worked in Chrome. Hope this helps. – jmort253 Feb 17 '14 at 8:13
Darn. Regex includes were so cool... updates ALL the scripts – michaelb958 Feb 17 '14 at 20:57

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