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bfred-it Fix `collapsible-content-button` on Firefox
It would discard the selected content instead of wrapping it
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source Fix `collapsible-content-button` on Firefox Apr 21, 2019
test Meta: Add explicit return types on all functions (#1943) Apr 21, 2019
.editorconfig Meta tweaks Jun 30, 2017
.gitignore Rename `src` to `source` and `extension` to `distribution` (#837) Dec 7, 2017
.travis.yml Fix Travis deployment check on cron Oct 16, 2017 Enable strict-mode for TypeScript (#1783) Apr 17, 2019
license Meta tweaks Jun 30, 2017
package-lock.json Enable strict-mode for TypeScript (#1783) Apr 17, 2019
package.json Fix recently-pushed-branches once and for all (#1909) Apr 21, 2019
webpack.config.js Enable strict-mode for TypeScript (#1783) Apr 17, 2019

Refined GitHub

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.



Mark issues and pull requests as unread
(They will reappear in Notifications)
Fix merge conflicts in a click
Reaction avatars showing who reacted to a comment The option to wait for checks when merging a PR
Clickable references to issues and pull requests Links to an issue's closing commit or pull request

Added features

More actions

More info at a glance


UI improvements

And many more…

More shortcuts

Previously part of Refined GitHub


Most features can be disabled if they are JavaScript-based (Experimental) and you can override the CSS with your own in the extension options.

We're happy to receive suggestions and contributions, but be aware this is a highly opinionated project. There's a very high bar for adding options. Users will always disagree with something. That being said, we're open to discussing things. If something doesn't make the cut, you can build your customized Refined GitHub locally, rather than installing it from the Chrome Store.


See the contribution guide and join the contributors!


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