Make some of the options dynamic

This change modifies the logic of several features so they aren't
enabled/disabled depending on the options state when the page is loaded
but dynamically.

So, for instance, when the thread list avatars feature is switched from
enabled to disabled, when browsing the Community Console, newly loaded
thread lists won't have the avatars, without having to reload the whole
Community Console.

This will make "kill switches" more effective, since they will be able
to take effect without having to reload the Community Console page.

The options which still haven't been made dynamic are features which add
CSS tweaks to the Community Console. For those features (like the dark
mode) a future CL will make them dynamic.

Bug: twpowertools:61
Change-Id: I72b511dd3b2622a2e9c633850e29806953e4b284
14 files changed
tree: 77aa1b0af921c7a484a095c3035e3e99fdaf34b6
  1. .clang-format
  2. .editorconfig
  3. .github/
  4. .gitignore
  5. .gitreview
  6. .zuul.yaml
  7. LICENSE
  8. Makefile
  9. OWNERS
  10. README.md
  11. docs/
  12. i18n-config.toml
  13. package-lock.json
  14. package.json
  15. playbooks/
  16. roles/
  17. src/
  18. tagRelease.bash
  19. templates/
  20. tools/
  21. webpack.config.js
README.md

TW Power Tools

Available in the Chrome Web Store

An extension which brings several enhancements to the Google Forums and the Community Console.

For a list of features/enhancements, check out the feature list doc.

Information for contributors

This extension is being actively developed, and everyone is welcome to make feature requests, report issues and contribute code changes.

In order to make feature requests or report issues, please do so at the Monorail Issue Tracker:

To see a more exhaustive guide on how to contribute, and information on how to contribute code changes, please read the following doc:

Beta channel

Before releasing updates to the stable channel, the newest versions are uploaded to the beta channel so they can be tested by everyone who's interested. This is another way to contribute to the project, because beta testing can make us notice bugs before they reach the stable channel.

The beta channel for Chrome is available here.