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How should I try to detect when the Share dialog is open in a userscript?

I want to write a userscript that modifies the share dialog to add an extra field: It's easy enough to retrieve and modify this dialog whilst it's on the page, but it gets added to the DOM only after ...
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Paging fails at 10K items for /search on any site but Stack Overflow

There's a problem with requesting more than 10,000 items. With Stack Overflow it works just fine. But with Super User, Server Fault, etc. no items are returned for requests for items after the 10,...
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Get everything touched by a user?

I'm trying to figure out the best way to compile all "post threads" (Questions and all related Answers and Comments) where a specific user owns any of the {Question, Answer or [a comment on either the ...
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Spelling mistake in API Documentation's “Authentication” page

Can you find the spelling mistake in "Unregistered Users" (last section) of the Authentication page? In case you're not in the mood for games, here is it: This is actually a correct spelling - of ...
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StackExchangePy: Python3 wrapper for StackExchange API

About StackExchangePy is another python package for StackExchange API, written in python3. License The package is under GPL3 license. Download To install it, type pip3 install stackexchangepy in ...
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Afterstack - Productivity tool for the Stack Exchange Network sites

About: Afterstack is a tool, for the Stack Exchange Network sites, that provides: integrated searching, answer saving, refined results and profile based suggestions. Currently: 5 sites are ...
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Chat vertical window mode − hide the entire sidebar when window gets narrow

If you're trying to chat in a very narrow window, you probably don't need the sidebar anyway. And toggling that script every time is inconvenient. Now you can install this style: @media screen and (...
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How to read (get feeds of) different Stack Exchange networks

I follow multiple networks in Stack Exchange where I select Hot/Week/Month to see what I missed. This is a bit time consuming since I have to switch and click to each one instead of having it ...
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RTFM: a discord bot which runs code and queries documentations

This post is to ensure the bot described can use the API with a key ; it can search questions from any SE website This bot is still in development. However a stable version is already running 24/7 (...
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StackExchange Simulator

Screenshot About Have you thought that most Questions were too boring or made too much sense? Then this is perfect for you: Nonsense Questions and Answers based on every Stack Exchange site. How ...
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I'm having a hard time finding resources for using Stack Overflow's API in Python to query some questions [duplicate]

I can just go through documentation but it'd be a time saver if I could find some sort of tutorial or intro or anything. Does anybody happen to have any resources, notes, or code examples they could ...
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Can I get the user's top percentile, for tags, using the API?

this is the data I receive when asking for a user data with the Stack Exchange API: { "items": [{ "badge_counts": { "bronze": 27, "silver": 12, "gold": 0 }, "...
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How to pass multiple tags (OR between the tags) to the Stack Exchange Questions/Unanswered API

I am using the /questions/unanswered API to try and get all unanswered questions, sorted by upvotes, and with the tags specified. How can I pass multiple tags to the /unanswered route(s) using OR-...
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Asking the real questions: A prototype for a new editor of stackoverflow.com (Placeholder) [closed]

This is a prototype for a new editor (experimental) which gives recommendations how to further improve the question in order to increase the chance of getting useful answers. Currently this is under ...
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PLACEHOLDER - Makyen development & testing

This is a placeholder for me to do development, testing and personal use. The intent is that no applications will be released beyond my own use using the credentials associated with this placeholder. ...
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What exactly is a valid OAuth domain name for registering your app?

I'm starting to write a native Android client for Stack Overflow, and wondering what exactly is a valid OAuth domain name? Is it the package name of my app? Or do I have to point it to a server ...
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Hidden page tracks Read/Unread Inbox items better than API or Inbox?

How does this hidden page (stackexchange.com/topbar/inbox) know which Inbox notifications I have/haven't opened? Both the drop-down inbox and the API (ie, api.stackexchange.com/docs/me-inbox) seem ...
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Bonfire - dashboard for FireAlarm detecting low-quality questions

FireAlarm is a chatbot detecting low-quality questions. Bonfire is a web-dashboard written using Ruby on Rails, made specifically for FireAlarm. Upon low quality post detection, FireAlarm sends all ...
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How do I actually begin to code, in Node, using the Stack Exchange API?

I am a noob at coding, so forgive me for this rather trivial question. I am trying to make a program that can access the Stack Exchange API. Specifically I want to make a program that gets live ...
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StackCrunch - A platform to share your development Experiences

About: A place where you can share your development experiences & learn from stories rooted in real-world practical solutions. StackExchange communities are undoubtedly the best places to learn ...
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As a user, where in the web UI could I find all the tokens I have granted for Stack Apps?

I want to manage or revoke access tokens I have granted to 3rd party Stack Apps, but I have a hard time to find them in the UI.
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My filter is not returning any results. How to create a minimal filter?

I'm having trouble getting the SO API Filters to cooperate. I've gone over the documentation as well as similar questions like this and this. I'll use this call as an example since it successfully ...
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Request for a userscript to activate the “Wheel of Blame” Easter egg in chat

Note: This is not the same as The Unofficial Wheel of Blame. The Stack Exchange chat sites have an Easter egg called "Wheel of Blame" that activates for the current user only. Right now, the only way ...
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Is there an easy way to get user reputation via API?

I am looking for an easy way to access user reputation so that I can write a small react component and display my rep on my portfolio site. I want to make this package available on NPM and have ...
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/synonyms sorting is majorly broken

I'm requesting /tags/synonyms data in descending order by creation date, but the order is jumbled up: The first date is 2017-08-22 where as the second one is 2018-03-16. The same can be observed for ...
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You've Earned This Badge, but when and where?

You've Earned This Badge, but when and where? This userscript turns the checkmarks in the badge list (which indicate you've earned a specific badge) to links to your personal badge page, where you ...
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Can we source job postings from stackoverflow.com/jobs?

Is there an API for stackoverflow.com/jobs? What are the terms and Conditions of using data from stackoverflow.com/jobs and its API?
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Search incomplete synonym name

Is there is way to search synonym when user is inputting the name. Something like how things work in SO's tag search page. j2se is a synonym of java tag, but it appears in search when searching for ...
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Getting an API key for an application without a server

When I go to register my application, it asks me my OAUTH application URL. But I don't have an OAuth server and I just want to get the api-key without my server. How can I fill out the form required ...
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Exclude records where field is present (ie., return only open questions)

How do I exclude records based on the presence of a certain field (like the equivalent of SQL's [fieldname] Is Null)? Example: Results for Closed questions include field closed_date=1234567890. ...
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StackExchange link newtaber - Open links from questions and answers in new tab

About I needed to open links from posts and answers in the new tab instead of annoying in-place opening without <Ctrl> button or anything else just in ordinary way. Because I did not find any ...
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CheckYerFlags: Notifying when a user reaches a certain flag amount

About CheckYerFlags This bots notifies users when they reach an amount of certain flags (so called flag ranks), for example 1,111 or 33,333 in a chat room and also provides them a command to get the ...
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How to use the StacMan library to add a new question?

I didn't find any client.Questions.Add method. So, how do I use the StacMan library to add a new question ? Any sample C# example?
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Image Proxier - Replace and collate images on StackOverflow

About This will replace all links from ["https://i.stack.imgur.com/", "https://i.imgur.com/"] with links from "https://web.archive.org/web/" (by default, this can be changed relatively easy). This ...
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SEStandard - A .NET Standard 1.1 compliant Stack Exchange client library that supports API v2.2

Please note that SEStandard is still under development. It is currently at version 1.0.0-rc, and is a release candidate. While you can expect the API not to change, you might come across bugs. Please ...
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The new implicit authentication dialog doesn't handle comma-delimited scopes

The authentication docs state that the scopes parameter of the URL to which a user should be directed to, for implicit authentication, should be a list of scopes that are delimited by either commas or ...
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How to Create a Multi-tag URI Request to /questions

Just want to confirm if I'm doing this right. The /questions guide doesn't mention this. Let's say I want to ask for multiple tags in one request, am I doing this right? https://api.stackexchange....
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CopyPastor - Monitoring plagiarized posts on Stack Overflow

Background Guttenberg is a chatbot which reports plagiarized posts on Stack Overflow. CopyPastor is a web dashboard for Guttenberg. Guttenberg sends all the data upon detection of a plagiarized post ...
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Incremental Markdown Preview for Stack Exchange

Incremental Markdown Preview is a user script that modifies the Stack Exchange live Markdown preview pane to minimize the number of HTML elements that need to be replace every time the preview is ...
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How to use /me to display my profile data in StackExchange API?

So I'm able to use API calls like: https://api.stackexchange.com/2.2/questions?pagesize=30&order=desc&sort=activity&site=stackoverflow to display a list of questions. This is easy as it ...
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SecTTerBot: Twitter bot, which tweets newly answered Information Security questions

About SecTTerBot is simple script which main purpose is to check if there are any new questions with provided any answers on Information Security. When new questions appears, and someone reply to ...
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Ruby SE Realtime: A library for watching the SE Realtime WebSocket

Screenshot / Code Snippet Documentation can be found in the GitHub repo: https://github.com/izwick-schachter/se-realtime About This is the library you need when you don't want to have to poll the ...
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Ruby SE API: A Ruby wrapper for the Stack Exchange API

Screenshot / Code Snippet An excerpt from the README: First, initialize your client. You can omit the API key, but it's strongly recommended that you use one because it increases your request ...
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ChatX: A ruby library for SE Chat

Screenshot / Code Snippet Here's some sample usage: cb = ChatBot.new(ENV['ChatXUsername'], ENV['ChatXPassword']) cb.login cb.gen_hooks do room 63296 do # Room ID of The Closet, a testing room for ...
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How to pass the api client credentials for stackexchange api in python [duplicate]

I am trying to make a console based client, that consumes the stackexchange api. I have done the registration of my app, in order to enjoy higher quotas and received the necessary keys. My problem is,...
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Stack Exchange Global Review Summary

Global Review Summary This script adds a 'reviews' tab to your network profile, which will show your review totals across the network. Installation Install the userscript with this direct link or ...
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Why No Bounty? userscript

Inspired by this feature request by Shadow Wizard, I wrote a simple userscript (direct install link) which checks most of the reasons why you can't start a bounty, and displays that information on the ...
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Script to dynamically expand the Q/A text field

I'm searching for a script to (vertically) expand the text field in questions and answers as I type. I personally prefer seeing all content at once (while the area can be extended by manually dragging,...
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Would it be possible to create a script that could be run manually to unprotect questions that meet certain parameters?

One of the sites I use has in excess of 10% of their questions protected. It's a small site but this seems like a huge amount, largely due to questions being on the HNQ regularly and attracting many ...
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What API do I call to measure popularity growth for specific tags over time?

I believe I can use the Stack Exchange API to get total questions that fit chosen tags. I have an example I wrote myself here:           data.stackexchange.com/stackoverflow/...

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