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I'm curious if anyone has gone and created a Greasemonkey script that makes the entire StackOverflow site Hotkeyed similar to Google Reader/Google Mail? Seems like it would be an awesome way to power answer questions.

Something like:

j and k - Move Post Selector
o - open post
p - go back (back to last screen)
i - retag
u - edit
y - open 'close question' dialog
t - open flag dialog
n - open comment box
m - open answer box
[ - upvote question
] - downvote question

If you really got into it you could make an answer selector to navigate answers.

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I haven't seen one yet, but I imagine if you give Jonathan Sampson enough time he will whip one out.

  • That was part of why I posted this. Either someone has made it, or someone will probably make it. – Tyler Carter Jul 28 '09 at 23:01
  • Hmm. Sounds like a fun project - if I get some free time tonight I'll play with it :) – Sampson Jul 28 '09 at 23:23
  • One Word: Yay! (typing this so that I can reach the minimum character limit) – Tyler Carter Jul 28 '09 at 23:25
  • John, I see your answer in the recent activity section, but not on the question. – Tyler Carter Jul 29 '09 at 2:37
  • I built the script last night, but deleted it shortly thereafter. jQuery doesn't support focus and blur for $.live(), so any comment boxes, and wmd-input pop-up boxes wouldn't ignore the hotkeys...this was very problematic. Basically, the hotkeys worked perfectly for up/down voting, going to the answer box, going to the question comment box, and that's about it. I'll play with it a bit later. – Sampson Jul 29 '09 at 10:25
  • @Jonathan, you use the livequrey plugin: plugins.jquery.com/project/livequery – Sam Hasler Jul 29 '09 at 11:21
  • Thanks, Sam. I'll check it out when I get home tonight. – Sampson Jul 29 '09 at 11:44
  • I took a crack at it, and the big problem is the fact that the comments form is created 'after' you click on the link. You can use bind() for almost everything else (including blur), but only live works for future elements. – Tyler Carter Jul 29 '09 at 18:10

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