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Metafilter Scroll Tag issues on FF Quantum

Since updating to Firefox Quantum, and having had to reinstall the Metafilter Scroll Tag greasemonkey script, I'm having some issues with it ... [more inside]
posted by essexjan on Nov 28, 2017 - 22 comments

I need a pony because I'm too lazy to scroll on foot.

I would like a pony that I can ride to a spot on the page where I can read the comment I'm trying to preview. [more inside]
posted by Salvor Hardin on Mar 28, 2010 - 18 comments

Extra-long words for an extra-wide screen

When a title (or possible any word) in a contact's post is long enough, it overflows the bounds of the sidebar and causes the front page to have right-scroll. Pic here.
posted by ChrisR on Aug 10, 2008 - 23 comments

scroll-to-named-anchor code

The new moo.fx includes some scroll-to-named-anchor code which I'd love to see in threads here when you click on an anchor link back to another person's comment, used when quoting them inthread. At the moment, it opens a new tab (for me), and rarely actually finds the right place in the page. I realize that's a browser shortcoming, not Matt's fault, of course. Anyway, it's not a new idea but it's easy to implement now with stuff like moo. Just an idea.
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken on Feb 16, 2006 - 9 comments

Can you make sure they at least saw the guidelines?

If it would be too much to trouble to implement, no big deal, mathowie, but how about requiring a scroll down the posting guidelines page before someone posts their first link to MeFi? Some of the discussions on MetaTalk lately indicate that first-time posters aren't really aware of the guidelines, and maybe this might head off many of the threads that you delete outrightpage before someone posts their first link to MeFi?

Some of the discussions on MetaTalk lately indicate that first-time posters aren't really aware of the guidelines, and maybe this might head off many of the threads that you delete outright.
posted by lia on May 14, 2001 - 8 comments

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