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This comes from my answer on this thread.

So, I took a whack at implementing some Hotkeys, and found that it was really useful to bind some Hotkeys to Filters. So, in my really novice (Third Script) attempt at fixing this problem, I've created the following Greasemonkey script.

What it does is hide questions on Home/Unanswers/Questions Page based on the Hotkeys you press. It also allows for navigation. (Everything can be turned off individually)

Here are its 'features':

Navigation Keys

Big Tabs
Q - Questions
T - Unanswered Questions
Y - Ask Question

Small Tabs
A - Active
F - Featured
H - Hot
W - Week
M - Month
B - New
V - Votes

Filter Keys

R - Reset Filters
U - Questions with 0 Answers
I - Hide everything but Interesting Tags
O - Hide Ignored Tags
N - New Users Only
(Hides Questions that the latest activity was by a person with less than 100 rep)

Very Basic Feature Set, but I like it.

Note: It is automatically excluded from Actual Questions, the Ask Page, and edit pages
If it isn't, it makes typing in comments and answers problematic.

All the features can be turned off/on by setting the variable equal to false. IE:

var setting_navKeys = true; 
// turns into
var setting_navKeys = false; 

Here is the download.

Tell me what you think.

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Nice work. Very thorough :) – Sampson Jul 30 '09 at 18:24
can this please be moved to as necessary? Or flag for deletion. – Jeff Atwood Jul 31 '11 at 22:50
How to use it? Basically how to apply for browser session in which I 've opened SO – sll Oct 17 '11 at 20:45

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