There already are questions about bookmarklets but are questions about browsers (plugins, features) accepted (as long as they are related to using a real web application?).

For example, questions about Greasemonkey, plugins to enhance a web apps' experience, Google Chrome's application shortcut feature, etc.

Personally I would say yes, but I'd like to know the community's point of view.

Note: This could go in the FAQ (as on or off-topic depending on the result).

Example of such a question: What are the most useful plugins for Gmail?

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Questions about browsers should go to Super User, especially ones about plugins and other enhancements.

I agree that it's a grey area, but we need to be clear about the distinction.

If this site takes off there will be a migration path between the two sites (both ways).

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That seems right, however I see that plugins/extensions and other browser features could be the answer to some questions, but that's fine I would say. –  mbillard Jul 13 '10 at 17:04

I'd actually vouch against asking them on Super User @ChrisF

If they are questions to modify a website or web app, I would move them here since they are more on-topic here, than they are on Super User

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