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This bot is going into beta as a proof of concept soon once a bug in ChatExtange (chat library I'm using) is fixed or a work around is solves.
This bot will detect and auto-flag comments that may be NLN. The current code can be viewed in this GH repo but may be out of date due to me not actively committing to it.
Took inspiration from 4b0's userscript.
asked Dec 12, 2022 at 14:38
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