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feature-requeststatus-planned The Stack Apps home pages are not giving new users the best impression. Several obsolete, placeholder, beta, and low-scoring apps and scripts are placed prominently there. This is closely related to this feature-request, but I propose more possible workarounds here. I propose that in order for a post to get on the homepages (...


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Source: See GitHub: Stack Exchange, replace badge icons with duckies... and post bug reports and pull requests there. Install: Install from GitHub Made some tweaks as follows: June 01, 2019: Turned on styling for network-user pages. Fixed a race condition / GM_addStyle bug whereby the styles were not sticking for certain page loads. November 16, 2018: ...


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Recently the user name truncation issue has been fixed in the Stack Apps site, now it is looking good. Screenshot for reference:


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bugfeature-request Can we get the home page to show all the tags for a post. And also, ideally, the post's score: EG, from: To:


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If you have TamperMonkey installed, this simple script should fix the problem: // ==UserScript== // @name SAHPA (Stack Apps Home Page Aligner) // @namespace http://tampermonkey.net/ // @version 0.1 // @description Aligns the user names on the StackApps Home Page // @author anonymous2 // @match http://stackapps.com/ // @grant ...


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This design issue has been fixed in the How to Format section. Currently the text is visible correctly: ► backtick escapes `like _so_` Screenshot for reference:


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This is fixed with the new Stacks design:


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Yes, the homepage is not showing Stack Apps in its best light. As a mitigation that we can all do now: Prepend "OBSOLETE - " or "PLACEHOLDER - " to the title, if appropriate. (In addition to those 2 tags.) Note that Power users can grey out or hide such questions:


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A modified version of the above code which works also on other network sites and not only on stackoverflow.com: // ==UserScript== // @name Stack Overflow custom top navbar // @namespace http://tampermonkey.net/ // @version 0.1 // @description Make Stack Overflow Design Great Again #MSODGA :) // @author modified from https://codereview....


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feature-request I mainly use the keyboard shortcuts, and so merely relabelling the button doesn't really help (I basically never look at it, and sometimes don't even need to scroll down far enough to expose it to decide that something is delete-worthy). Do you think you could make even more changes to the styling of the (pseudo-) dialog to make it more ...


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