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I wrote up a Google Chrome extension based off of the original Greasemonkey script.

Using it, you can turn this: before

into this: after

Download the Google Chrome extension here!

(Please let me know if you run into any bugs)


Version 1.3: Fix for change to SOFU code (now working with revision: 2010.5.9.5)

Version 1.2: Fixed extension after code change on SOFU

Version 1.1: Initial Release

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Works great! Much better than "Open All Bookmarks" in folder, which is what I have been using until now. Thanks. –  Portman Jan 29 '10 at 3:28
    
What is up with all those extension names. And the sites have spaces between the first and second word. –  random Jan 29 '10 at 9:18
    
@random I have no idea what they were thinking with those URLs. And nuts - I'll be fixing that, then. I so rarely type the actual names out –  Jared Harley Jan 29 '10 at 14:19

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You might want to think of expanding this at some point to accomidate other sites. For instance, because most of the StackExchange sites have flair enabled, it would probably be fairly easy to allow users to add them.

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Not a bad idea. I don't use any other StackExchange sites, so it never crossed my mind. –  Jared Harley Jan 29 '10 at 2:55
    
Yeah, this just popped into my mind after going to stackexchange's meta site. I figured, well, you could add '1 more site....'(x100), or there could be a mechanism that lets you use it with any site. –  Tyler Carter Jan 29 '10 at 2:57

Doesn't seem to work for me - is using Google's OpenID service hurting me? I can only see the thing for the site I'm on.

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Once you install the extension, go to the Extensions page (wrench icon -> Extensions) and click on the "Options" button for the SOFU Aggregator. Put in your user IDs and click save, and then refresh one of the pages. –  Jared Harley Jan 29 '10 at 14:16
    
Ah - apologies - I totally misunderstood how this worked. All working now - thanks. I'll leave my answer here in case someone else makes the same mistake! –  Dominic Rodger Jan 29 '10 at 14:24

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