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I am not a Fedora user (long time SuSE user, me) but seeing this thread I thought I'd mention an addon I developed for another askbot site and which should work with Ask Fedora. It helps identify questions that have had comments added since your last visit, and (usually) automatically scrolls down to them. Some of you may be aware of the Firefox version - it was mentioned on a Fedora mailing list once - but there is now a Chrome version too.

Although written for Jolla Together it works with Ask Fedora and some other sites. You need to change the 'includes' option to specify this site's URL. For example this string is the one I use for testing - you could just copy it:

["https://together.jolla.com/questions/*","http://askbot.org/en/questions/*","https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/questions/*"]


I suggest you read the Jolla Together thread here, especially if you intend to use Firefox on Android:

If you have problems or questions, there's an email address on the Firefox addon page.

I am not a Fedora user (long time SuSE user, me) but seeing this thread I thought I'd mention an a Firefox addon I developed for another askbot site and which should work with Ask Fedora. It helps identify questions that have had comments added since your last visit, and (usually) automatically scrolls down to them. Some of you may be aware of the Firefox version - it was mentioned on a Fedora mailing list once - but there is now a Chrome version too.

Although written for Jolla Together it works with Ask Fedora and some other sites. You need to change the 'includes' option to specify this site's URL. For example this string is the one I use for testing - you could just copy it:

["https://together.jolla.com/questions/*","http://askbot.org/en/questions/*","https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/questions/*"]


I suggest you read the Jolla Together thread here, especially if you intend to use Firefox on Android: