Toggle Old Reddit Redirect - Chrome Web Store
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Redirects URLs to The redirect can be toggled on/off by clicking the toolbar icon.

Do you prefer the old style of interface for Reddit more than the new one? Use Toggle Old Reddit Redirect to automatically redirect all Reddit URLs to the 'old.' prefix. You can toggle the redirect on and off by clicking the toolbar icon. When it is turned back on it will automatically redirect all open tabs currently on Reddit to the 'old.' URL.

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Pvlchra10 Mar 2024

There's a problem, if you click on an image using the interface, it'll take you to an old post made 12 years ago. . . But I clicked comments and you can see the post but I think you should fix this problem

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C L26 Jun 2023

I switched to this from similar extension that didn't let you toggle the redirect so easily, and it works great! I don't know if the author is still checking this project since it works with no issues, but if I can make a suggestion: toggling off the redirect while on a Reddit page should refresh the page with the 'old.' part of the URL removed. As it is, the user needs to remove the 'old.' part manually after toggling off the redirect if the user is already browsing Reddit.

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sjain13 Sept 2020

Perfect. Works flawlessly, no issues, as intended, next to no resource usage. Exactly what I was looking for and the best one out of a sea of about 10 others of these extensions.

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