TODO: recreate using 555
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So that's how today's going to go...
And of course, it's Cloud-to-Butt extension again.
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nice one... but how do you run it ?
Grab the Tampermonkey (Chrome) or Greasemonkey (Firefox) userscript manager and click "Raw" - it will open a prompt to install, since the extension is .user.js
Edit: After 30 seconds of editing, it now removes the "Recent comments" sidebar, too. Knock yourself out.
Edit 2: Now it completely gets rid of all hints that comments might exist on hackaday, in addition to the comments themselves.
Works like a charm. Best. Hack. Ever.
But... But that's not the point. Once you learn to filter the comments in your mind, you can sometimes learn from the comments as much or more than you could learn from the article itself.Other than that, great hack and I see how that could be useful!
Great thing about Tampermonkey is that you can toggle userscripts on and off, as I do sometimes on hackaday :)
Good point, and i just got a reminder of why people might want to disable comments.
Shouldn't this project be called bash.hackaday.io ? :-P
Why are we bashing hackaday.io?
For replacing "skulls" with "likes", for one
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then this SPAM lady loves the strong silent mystery type.
Does this count?
I wonder what 0.01 bytes would look like!
Somehow never noticed this before! Definitely does.
0.01 is necessary to maintain one bit's charge in RAM.
Must be an Arduino thing using floats for everything that normally an int would do. :P
Or using ints in places where a uint8_t would do… (I'm looking at you, digitalWrite())
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