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This doesn't have anything to do with Stack Exchange pages, it's a browser thing and mostly a very good thing. You can see that the page isn't doing it by: Disable all javascript on your browser. (Re)load an appropriate Stack Exchange page (or any long page with a <textarea>). Focus the textarea for keyboard input but use the mouse to scroll it out ...


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It's pretty simple, you just append your key to the URL as a parameter. For example, looking for users 1 and 5: http://api.stackexchange.com/2.2/users/1;5?site=stackoverflow&key=YOUR_KEY_HERE So, it looks like your HTTP.call would become: HTTP.call ( "GET", urlString, {params:{site:"stackoverflow", key:"YOUR_KEY_HERE"}}, function (...


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I would highly recommend using Stack.PHP, a library for the API that I wrote. Writing the code to access the API in PHP yourself will take a considerable amount of time once you add pagination, request throttling, etc. By using Stack.PHP, you needn't worry about any of that. Now on to your question: "...get all questions with a particular tag." This ...


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feature-request status-completed Support /unanswered tab as well. An example: http://stackoverflow.com/unanswered/tagged/regex


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As with suggested edits*, tag wikis, privileges, and so on... we don't expose things in the API until they've settled down quite a bit. Also, "Whole network" APIs are something that take a bit of work to get adequately performant. A lot of effort went into getting the network profile pages to scale properly, similar effort will be needed on the API for ...


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I'll use this answer to keep track of progress such as bugs and plans. That way it will be able to keep everyone up to date on the progress. Acknowledged Bugs Does not work on other browsers like Chrome (WIP) Future Plans Add support for even more question views.


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I'll use this answer to keep track of progress such as bugs and plans. That way it will be able to keep everyone up to date on the progress. Acknowledged Bugs Does not work on other browsers like Chrome (fixed) Future Plans Add link to temporarily unhide ignored questions instead of toggling, I originally wanted to unhide the hidden questions. This ...


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Doesn't work on Chrome (don't think it works on any browser). The beat function is no longer in heartbeat but hidden in StackExchange.cardiologist


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As a sort of quick experiment, I slapped together a regex scraping of a single user's accounts page on SE.com and have put it up on the test deployment of se-flair: http://test.se-flair.appspot.com/SEaccounts/[assoc-id]/ The return is, at the moment, a JSON object with the display name, the gravatar URL, and an array of sites, where each site has the ...


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Okay, the following Stylish style should be a good start. You can also see / install it at userstyles.org. @namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml); @-moz-document domain("askubuntu.com"), domain("mathoverflow.net"), domain("serverfault.com"), domain("stackapps.com"), domain("stackexchange.com"), domain("stackoverflow.com"), domain("...


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feature-request status-completed The script is working except in the Suggested Edits review queue, since the .subheader h2:first does not exist for that queue. Can you please add some workaround for the Suggested Edits review queue?


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Here is another solution that has been brought to my attention recently: Use Stackedit and this allows you to see the rendered output and the text input simultaneously. Furthermore, you can minimize the text input box to such an extent that it barely is visible at all.


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feature-request Right now it's a global value, but I'm thinking on keeping different settings for Homepage, Questions and Unanswered pages. Reputation is irrelevant on Homepage and Unanswered, as the user that's shown is the last editor, not the OP. The views count changes a lot depending on the actual page. Is it worthy to have different settings for ...


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Unfortunately, Unicoins seem to have been retired for now, and the current revision of the API (2.2) does not support anything even remotely currency-related, unless you count Bitcoin Stack Exchange. (We can still dream about the inclusion of Unicoins in 2.3 or 3.0, though.)



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