:octocat: Browser extension that simplifies the GitHub interface and adds useful features
Browser extension that simplifies the GitHub interface and adds useful features
We use GitHub a lot and notice many annoyances we'd like to fix. So here be dragons.
Our hope is that GitHub will notice and implement some of these much needed improvements. So if you like any of these improvements, please email GitHub support about doing it.
GitHub Enterprise is also supported. More info in the options.
The Chrome version also works in Opera (using this) and Edge.
Projectstab from repositories and profiles when it’s empty.
Closest due date.
Forkbutton on the current repo.
@mentiona user in conversations.
Everything commented by youand
Everything you subscribed tofilters in the search box dropdown.
Milestonesfilters in conversation lists if they are empty.
shift-click another one; all the files between the two checkboxes will be marked/unmarked as “Viewed”.
Allow edits from maintainers, as it’s maintainer-hostile.
.difffiles in commits.
Expand diffbutton to be clickable across the screen.
Alt-clicking the “Reblame” buttons will extract the associated PR’s commits first, instead of treating the commit a single change.
Releasestab and a keyboard shortcut: g r.
`text in backticks`in issue titles, commit titles and more places.
`text in backticks`.
Trendinglink to the global navbar and a keyboard shortcut: g t.
Packagestab if it’s empty (in repositories and user profiles).
tabin file diffs since it appears 2 columns shorter than it should be.
GitHub implemented dozens of features that used to be part of Refined GitHub 🎉
Your repositoriesfrom the profile dropdown.
Cancelon an inline comment opens a prompt to prevent accidental cancelling.
-signs in diffs are made unselectable for easier copy-pasting.
Milestonesnavigation from individual milestone pages.
co-authored-byto the commit when merging PRs with multiple committers.
We're happy to receive suggestions and contributions, but be aware this is a highly opinionated project. There's a high bar for adding features. Users will always disagree with something. That being said, we're open to discussing things.