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Subject: Script Central> All GM Scripts Here!

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I can't really see how XML would make it faster than what it is now. XML would just add a lot of needless characters to the document. Though I can't see why CDBData needs to be constructed client side. It would put a little more strain in the server side, but it would save up to a kilobyte on the transfer.

[Edited on 03.20.2010 6:48 AM PDT]

  • 03.20.2010 6:44 AM PDT

Five years older and wiser
The fires are burning, I'm fire, never tire
Slay warriors in the forests, and on hire

Quick Quote
Adds a quote button next to reply.
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  • 03.20.2010 9:52 AM PDT

Intolerance is the highest level of stupidity and inbred thinking.

MI: 5213901 UI: 5244621

Posted by: ApocalypeX
TES your late to the party. Alot of people stopped because some people a douches and have annoying coups. Its really off putting.

Bright colours make bnet look weird so I turn my coup off.
This is why I have Coup disabled on my laptop. I have it on my Mac so you can see it, but I kill it when I'm browsing. I like coup, it just makes my eyes scream and hate me. When people stop making bright and annoying coups, I will return.

Posted by: ApocalypeX
Quick Quote
Adds a quote button next to reply.
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Epic.

EDIT: Does anyone know the script that makes the reply/report/edit buttons shiny? http://img41.imageshack.us/img41/5576/20306441.png

I can't find it for the life of me and I have already disabled all my scripts one by one. I like it, but it doesn't fit in with the Quick Quote script...

[Edited on 03.20.2010 1:38 PM PDT]

  • 03.20.2010 1:31 PM PDT

Posted by: ApocalypeX
Quick Quote
Adds a quote button next to reply.
Screenshot

I like the script.

  • 03.20.2010 1:42 PM PDT

#101111011110111100001# is a '7'.
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Posted by: Alec9224
Indeed. I haven't had XBL for a long time, but I still come on her everyday.

Posted by: RollinRollin13
EDIT: Does anyone know the script that makes the reply/report/edit buttons shiny? http://img41.imageshack.us/img41/5576/20306441.png

I can't find it for the life of me and I have already disabled all my scripts one by one. I like it, but it doesn't fit in with the Quick Quote script...
It's a Stylish script. That's why, silly.

  • 03.20.2010 4:50 PM PDT
Subject: Script Central>PT4; Custom Bnet Skins; Msg Alert; Page Jumper

Posted by: BadBall3r47
Actually Iggy is retiring. :(
: /

Posted by: ApocalypeX
EDIT: wait what script are you talking about? Duardos request or your request?
Yeah, the one I was mentioning about the post-position-in-the-thread kind of script.

Posted by: littlerat
I can't really see how XML would make it faster than what it is now. XML would just add a lot of needless characters to the document. Though I can't see why CDBData needs to be constructed client side. It would put a little more strain in the server side, but it would save up to a kilobyte on the transfer.
In my opinion, the client-side script should collect up a list of all of the usernames in a thread, construct an XML document, eg.
<CDBData>
<!-- send -->
<user name="littlerat" />
<user name="ApocalypeX" />

etc...

</CDBData>

Server-side will read it, select only those styles which were requested, and send back another XML file, this time something like:
<CDBData>
<!-- receive -->
<user name="littlerat" />
<title text="exampleTitle" color="#FF0000" />
<titleBar bgColor="#FFFFFF" borderColor="#000000" linkColor="#00FF00" msgTxt="exampleText" bgImgSrc="http://google.com/pic.jpg" />
<post color="#FFFFFF" font="calibri" />
<avatar src="http://google.com/pic2.jpg" />
</user>

etc...

</CDBData>
Plus, doesn't CDB not work in Chrome? With XML, you could at least use it to apply user styles without that server-side JavaScript.

  • 03.20.2010 5:06 PM PDT
Subject: Script Central> All GM Scripts Here!

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That's starting to look a hell of a lot like the first iteration of the script that CAVX made.

However, the current version of the script DOES collect the list of names in the thread. The query for page 367 was:
http://iggyhopper.dyndns.org/CoupDBungie/CoupDBungie.php?Name List=littlerat,RollinRollin13,relliK42,LordOfBlah51,Phoenix95 08,iR%20MomentuM,ApocalypeX,Duardo,TES%20Christian,POKEY%20CL YDE,ExquisiteDragon,chickenlittle,sy%20r%20b,dazarobbo,BadBal l3r47 which returns a 2923 byte result.

If it were converted to xml format you described, it would end up returning something more than 3 times the size, due to all the excess code required.

As for chrome, I'm guessing it's more of a syntax issue than the presentation of the data.

Upon further investigation, Chrome can load the data just fine. The problem is when it tries to change the innerHTML of an empty element.

Which was resolved by changing it to innerText. And hence...

Coup for Chrome

The fix works for Opera as well, and I assume it would for firefox. If iggy feels like it, he needs to edit around line 521and 777 by changing x.innerHTML to x.innerText

[Edited on 03.20.2010 6:58 PM PDT]

  • 03.20.2010 5:53 PM PDT

#101111011110111100001# is a '7'.
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Posted by: Alec9224
Indeed. I haven't had XBL for a long time, but I still come on her everyday.

I'm trying to browse the forums, but there's this oddly familiar object blocking my view. :D

  • 03.20.2010 7:41 PM PDT
Subject: Script Central>PT4; Custom Bnet Skins; Msg Alert; Page Jumper

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Posted by: dazarobbo
Script request:

Run an algorithm to calculate the post position of a post, relative to where it lies within the entire thread (just as if there were no pages), and append the number somewhere within the post container (visibly, of course).

eg. The OP's post is post "1", this post is post "9121".

I did the math to figure out what the position of a post is a while ago (which is how I did this), but I seem to have misplaced it...

Should be a bit of a challenge.
I don't know how you'd do it with post numbers and thread numbers, but algebraically it would look like:

(Page number - 1) + position on page

  • 03.20.2010 10:18 PM PDT

Five years older and wiser
The fires are burning, I'm fire, never tire
Slay warriors in the forests, and on hire

Posted by: Karl2177
Posted by: dazarobbo
Script request:

Run an algorithm to calculate the post position of a post, relative to where it lies within the entire thread (just as if there were no pages), and append the number somewhere within the post container (visibly, of course).

eg. The OP's post is post "1", this post is post "9121".

I did the math to figure out what the position of a post is a while ago (which is how I did this), but I seem to have misplaced it...

Should be a bit of a challenge.
I don't know how you'd do it with post numbers and thread numbers, but algebraically it would look like:

(Page number - 1) + position on page


I started writing it. I can number the posts on a page - thats done. Now just adding the page number bit in. Hopefully I can have it done by tonight as I have a report to write up.

  • 03.21.2010 3:02 AM PDT

Five years older and wiser
The fires are burning, I'm fire, never tire
Slay warriors in the forests, and on hire

Post number yo
Adds the post number to the post body for reference.
Screenshot

  • 03.21.2010 11:07 AM PDT
Subject: Script Central> All GM Scripts Here!
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Posted by: ApocalypeX
Post number yo
Adds the post number to the post body for reference.
Screenshot


Oooohhh! Sexhi!
and it works with Chrome, so I don't have to go back to firefox to use it.


Posted by: littlerat
Coup for Chrome

-blam!- sweet!!!!
Awesome! Thanks littlerat!

[Edited on 03.21.2010 11:51 AM PDT]

  • 03.21.2010 11:47 AM PDT
Subject: Script Central>PT4; Custom Bnet Skins; Msg Alert; Page Jumper

Posted by: ApocalypeX
Post number yo
Adds the post number to the post body for reference.
Screenshot

Nice script again. =)

  • 03.21.2010 11:58 AM PDT

#101111011110111100001# is a '7'.
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Posted by: Alec9224
Indeed. I haven't had XBL for a long time, but I still come on her everyday.

Yes? No?

Just a prototype.

  • 03.21.2010 12:05 PM PDT
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Takes awhile to load, and is kinda cluttered...

  • 03.21.2010 12:18 PM PDT

Posted by: robby118
Yes? No?

Just a prototype.


Yes, but I would like it if you could reduce the load time, and sharpen out the look of the bar at the bottom.

  • 03.21.2010 12:21 PM PDT

Five years older and wiser
The fires are burning, I'm fire, never tire
Slay warriors in the forests, and on hire

Well its a whole skin. Maybe if people downloaded the images to their pc's and changed the paths to match where they saved it. Then it would load uber fast.

Just sayin'

  • 03.21.2010 12:24 PM PDT
Subject: Script Central> All GM Scripts Here!

Posted by: ApocalypeX
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<a><img src="http://img43.imageshack.us/img43/1997/69772246.png& quot; id="BBImage0][/url]


Awesome!

  • 03.21.2010 12:26 PM PDT
Subject: Script Central>PT4; Custom Bnet Skins; Msg Alert; Page Jumper

#101111011110111100001# is a '7'.
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Posted by: Alec9224
Indeed. I haven't had XBL for a long time, but I still come on her everyday.

Posted by: ApocalypeX
Well its a whole skin. Maybe if people downloaded the images to their pc's and changed the paths to match where they saved it. Then it would load uber fast.

Just sayin'
I thought the sprite image direction would lessen the load time substantially. I guess it wasn't all that effective. :/

The clutter issue, I can only assume, is caused by your screen resolution. This is how the script appears on my screen.

  • 03.21.2010 1:30 PM PDT
Subject: Script Central> All GM Scripts Here!

Five years older and wiser
The fires are burning, I'm fire, never tire
Slay warriors in the forests, and on hire

Robby118 & ApocalypeX present...

Profile Stats


A combination of 4 scripts into one.
- Account age
- Posts Per Day
- Xbox Live Info
- Xbox Live Friends Requests
This epic combination reduces the amount of scripts you need and speedens up load time.
Screenshot

When on someones profile just simply press the stats link next to "groups" to view all the information. This is the first version. We hope to bring moar greatness soon.

Download

//END TRANSMISSION

[Edited on 03.21.2010 1:45 PM PDT]

  • 03.21.2010 1:43 PM PDT
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Quick question for Littlerat on Coup for Chrome.
Is this Tiny Coup or just regular coup?

  • 03.21.2010 4:49 PM PDT
Subject: Script Central> DeStickifier; Pinned Toggler; GreaseGrunty

Eat my poop if you hate me!

All Hail the Flood

I can't find the -blam!- changer to make it say different things for censorship... can somebody link me to that and the thread reviewer? Thanks.

  • 03.21.2010 6:21 PM PDT

#101111011110111100001# is a '7'.
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Posted by: Alec9224
Indeed. I haven't had XBL for a long time, but I still come on her everyday.

Posted by: BlindLuck
I can't find the -blam!- changer to make it say different things for censorship... can somebody link me to that and the thread reviewer? Thanks.
There you are.

  • 03.21.2010 6:29 PM PDT

Eat my poop if you hate me!

All Hail the Flood

Thanks Rob!

  • 03.21.2010 6:55 PM PDT
Subject: Script Central> All GM Scripts Here!

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Posted by: komark
Quick question for Littlerat on Coup for Chrome.
Is this Tiny Coup or just regular coup?
It should be the regular coup.

  • 03.21.2010 7:32 PM PDT