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Mar
23
revised Better handling of indentation and the TAB key when editing posts
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Mar
23
asked Better handling of indentation and the TAB key when editing posts
Jan
26
comment “Reply” links on comments
@Tshepang: It still works, and I'm still using it myself. I have found myself using the tab completion more and more, but I also still use this script.
Jan
10
awarded  Announcer
Dec
18
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
14
comment Upbar for SE/SO chat
@rlemon To each his own. I, for one, have yet to see a piece of code where a 30% performance increase in element-by-Id look up even remotely started to possibly look like maybe making a difference.
Dec
11
comment Upbar for SE/SO chat
A little jQuery hint: $('#present-users') is much nicer than $(document.getElementById('present-users')), and means the same thing
Dec
6
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
19
comment Stack Exchange Deleted Question Viewer [broken]
Yep; I saw your update. Will look.
Oct
15
comment Stack Exchange Deleted Question Viewer [broken]
The next build fixes several bugs with regards to editing permissions. Unfortunately the one you're exploiting here is among them. Sorry :)
Sep
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awarded  Good Question
Sep
2
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
1
asked Official keyboard shortcuts
Aug
13
comment “Reply” links on comments
Actually, all this script (in its current version) really needs is to remove spaces, so the character whitelist isn't really necessary anymore (I really thought I had made this change already, but it looks like I never did). I'll add your characters to stackapps.com/questions/2050/threaded-comments, though. And good point about updating the site list; will do. Thanks!
Jul
10
revised Threaded comments
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Jul
5
awarded  Good Answer
Jun
22
revised “Reply” links on comments
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Jun
15
comment Reputation graph
@Dont in theory yes, since votes have an exact time stamp. In practice, that's a lot more data to pull from the server, and does anyone really need hourly (or higher) resolution?
Jun
12
comment Not a real question – A Stack Exchange game
@glasnt: Yeah, you'll see those once in a while -- lots of applications using the API are running on the Google App Engine, so if one of them goes rogue, chances are good that this impacts NARQ as well. Glad you enjoyed it!
May
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