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For a start:

Here a simplistic Free Nodelet hack which duplicates the vote-button next to all vote-radios.

Ugly but effective.

NB: This is still not solving the problem of unnecessary overhead by

  • traffic,
  • load-time
  • need to rebuild the page

Add the following to your Free Nodelet Settings

<script> //<!-- ( function (){ var button = document.getElementsByClassName('voteit')[0].firstChi +ld.firstChild; var votes = document.getElementsByClassName('reputation'); for ( i in votes ) { el= votes[i]; if ( el.id == "" ) { el.firstChild.appendChild( button.cloneNode() ) } } })() // --> </script>

Cheers Rolf
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Je suis Charlie!


In reply to Re: Lightweight interface to cast votes? (Free Nodelet Hack) by LanX
in thread Lightweight interface to cast votes? by LanX

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