I don't know how many of you made the same mistake I did, but I added the RES/SaidIt ported extension, and wiped out all my actual RES settings on Reddit. Oops.
Instead of users adding the ported extension, bugs and all, and then all you devs having to go in and fix everything that someone else created and changes/updates ... how about implement some of the more commonly used features to SaidIt as a site?
These are the most common quality-of-life features I would want, as a user:
1) Comment/post preview, so I can make sure I formatted/styled correctly before I save (and then have to edit repeatedly)
2) Formatting/style toolbar buttons for comments/posts, so I don't have to type \ or * (etc)
3) "Hide All Child Comments" on posts so I don't have to click the -/+ on each top comment as I'm reading really active/popular posts
4) "Use Sub Style" checkbox in the sidebar, so I can pick and choose which subs CSS I want to see individually rather than opting out of ALL through my profile
As a mod, I would also appreciate:
2) User tags
3) "Source" option on posts/comments
Macros and User tags probably can't happen across the site though, since each of us users make those individually, so I'm not really adamant about those. Maybe Toolbox has a way to work that out, I dunno.
"Source" is REALLY helpful though. I find a lot of times, us mods are trying to discuss user suggestions, and need to copy-paste and make a quick edit to the original. When formatting/styling is involved in the original suggestion, it takes a really long time to recreate that since we don't always know if it was one or three # or where the * goes (etc).