If so, you don't actually need to learn it, because it's already done.
I'm using CJS for Chrome on Desktop, and it won't work on phones, but it works on desktop, so yay. Although GreaseMonkey might work for Firefox extensions, which might also work on Android. If you're curious, the other block of text adds "COMMENT" to the comment bubble at the bottom right of a post. var collapsed = $(". collapsed"); collapsed. addClass ('expanded'); collapsed. removeClass ('collapsed'); $('. expandable-text'). removeClass ('expandable-text'); $('. expanded-over'). remove ();
And you are?
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Holy cow Mesonfielde!!! This is AMAZING!
The fade effect is super annoying though. It doesn't show up on mobile half the time or it fades during a paragraph break so you can't see the break.
Most Helpful Guy
I really do fucking hate this. On mobile, it's even more worse nightmare. Whenever I try to swipe up to scroll, it expands involuntarily. Extremely annoying. The UI became superlatively tacky.
I must say, thank you very much Meson, you are my hero. At least the browsing experience on PC will be hassle free :)
What Girls Said 5
@GirlsAskGuys , check out the poll results on this. Most of us hate the fading effect. Please create your own gag poll and compile the number of frustrated users. Fairly certain majority will vote against this feature. If that is the case, please get rid of it.
It's so stupid, especially if you've been tagged in it and it doesn't automatically reveal. Grr!
i understood none of the above
Yes, I hate this silly effect.
What Guys Said 8
I mainly use gag on my phone so this doesn't really help me. I wish they'd just get rid of the update and make it like it was before
Let's hope the people who own G@g read this too.
I'll report your post. :D
On desktop it is not so bad.
But damn it is loathsome on mobile, mainly because the click / tap doesn't always register because the browser is so busy rendering GaG's graphics.
Thanks really dislike fading effect
Any way to do this in css only to make it work with Stylish? If not, I'll just use this, thanks a ton!
im learning java atm. this looks similar
what's your point here? they already had the feature before they changed it. if they wanted to remove the fade out thing they could just change the code to what it was before. no need to write your own.
How did I not think of that?
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