Tl;Dr: I'm reviewing open questions about userscripts. During this review I might suggest edits and flag posts. The intention of this post is to share my current ideas about the edits that I think that might be required to be done to fix questions that looks to be asking to find or recomend a script with special interest in userscripts.
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Questions having "Is there a script" very frequently are not a good fit for most Stack Exhange sites that might welcome questions about userscripts, either because they look to be "asking for a recommendation", a "work order", "gime the codez" request, needs more details, be unclear, etc. Specifically the OP is asking for a userscript, i.e. to get the old Reedit user interface, instead of asking how to get the old Reedit user interface as happened in A script for Violent Monkey to revert Reddit's UI?.
Besides the X-Y problem, the question didn't show that have tried to search this site. From my comment to the above linked question:
Here are similar questions regarding finding a script Where can I find an updated Google filter Greasmonkey script? , Looking for greasemonkey script(s) to format numbers (only) in different font both from 2010. Another, in this case from the OP, from 2021 : A script for Violentmonkey to automatically add something to the end of all wikia URLs?
Looking at those questions I noticed that the there might be several similar questions. I plan to review the results from the following search:
"Is there a script" is:question closed:0 returns 96 questions
These questions might be "fixed", among other things
- rewording statements including "Is there a script"
- answering them as X-Y problem
Currently we have multiple related tags:
plus many of the tags included in Looking for a canonical about troubleshooting issues about using web applications?
These tags might help to refine the list of the 96 questions.
On questions not including userscript I will suggest to add it.
- Since when are software recommendations off-topic?
- How do I ask a question that may require recommending software?
- Correct way to handle users requesting scripts/formulae?
- What is our stance on questions “Is there any software that can do X or can it be achieved natively with Windows"?
- Can any software recommendation question be made on-topic by simply asking "how"?
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