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Here is a local workaround as bookmarklet, save as html file, open file in browser, drag link to toolbar/bookmarks
<a href="javascript:(function(){%20%20var%20e=document.getElementsByTa +gName('a');for(var%20i=0;i<e.length;i++){var%20a=e[i];if(a.className= +='toggle'){var%20id=a.hash.replace(/^#/,'');a=document.getElementById +(id);if(/^ul\d+$/.test(id)){a.className='expanded';}}}%20%20})()">exp +RAT</a>
function expRAT() { var e = document.getElementsByTagName("a"); for (var i = 0; i < e.length; i++) { var a = e[i]; if (a.className == "toggle") { var id = a.hash.replace(/^#/, ""); a = document.getElementById(id); if (/^ul\d+$/.test(id)) { a.className = "expanded"; } } } }
Recently the aesthetic decisions for Anonymous Monk have been getting worse.

In reply to Re: No more expanded threads in "Recently Active Threads" (in "Root & node" mode) without Javascript by Anonymous Monk
in thread No more expanded threads in "Recently Active Threads" (in "Root & node" mode) without Javascript by Anonymous Monk

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