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See "How do comment @replies work?" and "@Peter works for Péter Török?". Comment replies will often work with unicode. EG: Péter Török can be reached by both @Peter and @Péter. These are the documented rules (Not checked against latest source) for converting user display_name to comment-reply @names: Remove any spaces. Single quotes, dots, dashes and ...


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I've made a userscript to do this. Get it at Github. It will add a button next to comments that belong to you after you have posted them (so not as you're writing). Clicking it will produce a prompt asking you for the number of days in which to delete the comment. Eg. entering 2 will delete it in exactly 2 days. It checks every o'clock for times that ...


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Ok, not a answer but some visuals how to get it going for dummies like me. Install Greasemonkey (for Firefox) or Tampermonkey (for Chrome) - I'm using Greasemonkey for this post, but it's the same for Tampermonkey -- you will get a new icon on the top right of your menu bar AFTER restarting Firefox. Install the Script: While you are still logged in ...


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Excellent :) Bugs: Clicking show more comments hides the buttons next to your comments. status-completed 0 days? (I'm not sure what you want the behaviour of 0 days to be). It didn't remove the comment. status-norepro: Make sure you wait until the next o'clock after submitting 0, and make sure your access_token is up-to-date. Feature Requests: Hours, ...


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I created another version of the script modifying: Shift + Enter submits the comment. Changed @includes for @matches using another domain pattern. Used another script injection technique. Tried to solve instances where the script would produce an error wrapping the block where the error occurs within a try{} catch(){}. Then I discovered that adding a ...


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I've made a couple of fixes to make this work again. While I don't fork and ask for a merge, here it is a copy of my script for convenience, the modifications are indicated with comments. The matches of sites has been revised as well. // ==UserScript== // @name stackoverflow-comment-reply // @namespace stackapps // @description Add ...


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feature-request status-completed (v1.0.1): metadata referring to the post being commented on For example, $SITENAME: the name of the current site (ex. Stack Apps) $SITEURL: the URL of the current site (ex. stackapps.com) $USERNAME: the owner of the post being commented on



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