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Ok, there seems to be something these days - found via the above stackoverflow post: https://bl.ocks.org/-/about Bl.ocks (pronounced “Blocks”) is a simple viewer for sharing code examples hosted on GitHub Gist. For example, if your Gist URL is: https://gist.github.com/mbostock/1353700 Replace “gist.github.com” with “bl.ocks.org” in the URL to ...


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To simplify janot's answer (I can't add comments) use e.key instead of e.keyCode, then you don't need to figure out keycodes at all and instead can just list your keys = ['t'].


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In case the deletion was done recently, one can use the Events endpoint of the GitHub REST API v3. Look for the labels object and the content name. Then you will find the event and the context where the label was deleted. You can then restore it manually or using the API. (My own deletion was too long ago, no way to recover it)


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