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Jan
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comment Dude, where's my cursor?
@JeffAtwood Interesting idea, though I wonder if that's feasible. Mapping a character in a text area to a screen position is pretty much impossible.
Jan
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comment Dude, where's my cursor?
@badp As always in Chrome, you have to open chrome://extensions, and then drag the script from the download bar at the bottom onto that tab.
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Nov
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comment Threaded comments
@Asad Already exists. After you click "unthread", you can click "thread" to show the comments as before.
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comment Reputation graph
@JonCage It's been like that for months; see stackapps.com/questions/3498/… (includes workaround)
Sep
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comment “Reply” links on comments
@MartinSchröder Fixed now.
Sep
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comment “Reply” links on comments
@MartinSchröder Ah yeah, I never fixed that... (To be honest, I haven't been using this script much since we put the tab autocompleter in). I'll fix it over the weekend; it's easy enough.
Sep
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comment is there a way to use my app to authenticate users with only a StackOverflow account with the stackExchange oauth api 2.1?
@agares Just use the same login you used for the other sites. You already have a Stack Exchange network account: stackexchange.com/users/1073949/agares
Sep
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answered is there a way to use my app to authenticate users with only a StackOverflow account with the stackExchange oauth api 2.1?
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comment Threaded comments
@Pureferret You're absolutely right, it would be identical. I'm not thinking about technical issues, more conceptual issues. It should also be noted that most comment threads are fairly short, and any additional user interface functionality creates an additional burden, so you'd have to weigh the two. I don't actually have strong feelings about your proposal; I'm just not quite convinced.
Sep
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comment Threaded comments
@Pureferret Hmm, I see your point, but it's somewhat problematic in that this script really only does guesswork (even if fairly educated guesswork) as to what is a reply to what. I fear that with such a functionality as you request, it creates a too confident impression of its abilities.
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comment Threaded comments
@Pureferret Can you give an example of what you mean by that?