5/nondescript/internet (w/pics) (in General)

AdminQBVerifex [Serenity In Chaos] September 6 2005 4:39 PM EDT

Here is the CB front page as I see it now (minus the lines and little boxes of course).

I officially suggest these ideas for CB, so those of us with Firefox and Greasemonkey aren't the only ones with these great little features. :)

P.S. A/S/L? ;D

Adrian Exodus September 6 2005 4:46 PM EDT

looks more like the cb train page..

so you want to have an auto trainer and not have the play by play change on cache flush?

oh and 22(i think)/male/aloha Oregon :P

Grim Reaper September 6 2005 4:55 PM EDT

Is this some proposal for a script or you trying to tell us that this is what greasemonkey does.

AdminQBVerifex [Serenity In Chaos] September 6 2005 5:04 PM EDT

That page is what my CB looks like with my greasemonkey scripts, what I think would be nice if CB had alot of these features built in, so people on IE and such could have access to this kind of stuff.

Special J September 6 2005 5:08 PM EDT

People using IE should be flogged not given extra benefits.

/lines up for the first flogging

Maelstrom September 6 2005 5:14 PM EDT

can we have the link to your script again?

AdminJonathan September 6 2005 5:16 PM EDT

isn't there a version of greasemonkey for IE?

Grim Reaper September 6 2005 5:16 PM EDT

you might want to run this by Jonathan and if he ok's greasemonkey used like this then maybe others will do it too, untill then Jonathan is ban happy about people using scripts. Just take a look at mchaos, oh wait that guy got banned.

AdminQBVerifex [Serenity In Chaos] September 6 2005 5:22 PM EDT

I found something that is similiar to greasemonkey on IE, but it didn't work when I tried installing my script on it and using it. Maybe I just needed to change the way I was accessing the DOM in order for it to work in IE.. hmmmm

link: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/1434

Maelstrom September 6 2005 5:25 PM EDT

Huh? mchaos got banned? There wasn't a PR post...

Karmic Mishap [Soup Ream] September 6 2005 5:26 PM EDT

No... it was just done offhandedly in the Changelog thread. And good riddance. That explained a lot, at least.

AdminQBVerifex [Serenity In Chaos] September 6 2005 5:33 PM EDT

Ok, I admit that the reason why I'm suggesting this is because I don't want to make the script use cookies or some other crazy mechanism for saving/deleting the training setup on the left navigation bar. And I figured Jon would have a much nicer DB method of doing that.

AdminJonathan September 6 2005 5:46 PM EDT

yeah, I looked at greasemonkIE a bit closer and it does sort of bite. oh well. get a real browser, IE users. :)

... no, I'm not really interested in saving training setups, but it's cool to see it greasemonkied. :)

AdminQBVerifex [Serenity In Chaos] September 6 2005 5:53 PM EDT

I think the one I was trying it on was called Trixie

Maelstrom September 6 2005 6:06 PM EDT

Verifex, that script is really nice! I haven't tried it since your initial (buggy) version, but I'll keep this one ;)

Banei September 6 2005 7:15 PM EDT

Let's go further by making training as simple as Progressquest (http://progressquest.com/) :-)

Xiaz on Hiatus September 6 2005 9:46 PM EDT

Hey look it's my baby on that image! I'm famous :D

(This would a fair few people, wouldn't mind seeing it developed).

Undertow September 7 2005 12:53 AM EDT

I was wondering why my custom training setups weren't saving.

Make a cookie/non cookie version. :D
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