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By lil_chonk, history, 5 weeks ago, In English,

Hey guys! Many a times it so happens that you may know the solution to a problem or you may have read the tutorial and understood the solution but are just too lazy to implement it, and want to implement it later. So to solve this problem I have created a simple chrome extension which helps you to keep track of your understood but not yet implemented problems. It marks those problems as yellow in the problemset page,contest dashboard and gym dashboard page.

Hope you find this useful.

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/codeforces-problem-tracke/mopegdapkaknnngnandcpimkoimcoioc?utm_source=chrome-ntp-icon&authuser=1

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Related Chrome extension: Chrome extension to keep track of your problem solving — Codeforces

That extension have a dashboard page that looks like this, and also works for sites (not just Codeforces), but cannot color the problemset page.

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    My bad,didn't knew about this extension. It clearly has better features than mine. Anyways, it's up to you which one to use.

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Hey, good work! Works very well. My previous message before this edit was slightly wrong because I thought this to work differently. Now I know that my original train of thought was wrong.

Thanks, anyway!

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how u use extension