Greasemonkey problems... (in General)
March 30 2006 12:07 PM EST
Is anyone else that uses the greasemonkey script seeing a 2 second delay in the fightlist?
I click fight, then there is a 2 second or so delay before it moves to the next person in the list. I can disable the script and 'C' - Enter my way right through the list, so I don't think it's a problem server side?
March 30 2006 12:21 PM EST
Well, it makes sense that the script would take longer to load a fight: it searches for the opponent nearest the top of your fight list that is alive.
March 30 2006 12:23 PM EST
I understand how it works.
This is something that has started happening today, otherwise I would have considered it normal.
March 30 2006 12:31 PM EST
Works good for me.
March 30 2006 12:50 PM EST
Greasemonkey problems? I was expecting a thread with someone complaining about their mechanic... :O)
March 30 2006 2:02 PM EST
Works fine here.
March 30 2006 2:14 PM EST
Ok, I'll start digging around on the PC here to see what's up.
April 4 2006 8:49 PM EDT
I think I may have found what was causing the problem.
I noticed tonight that after clicking to fight my status-bar said it was trying to access 'www.google-analytics.com' which is causing the delay.
I know what it is, I just want to know if you added it Jonathan, or if I have something here I need to be looking into?
lol, i just had to fix my forging on the TSA, it was quenching 10 times, when it was only supposed to do 8, took me forever how to get it to install from my computer without the link on the website, lol. But yes, its working fine for me.
I have that google analytics thing, too. What is that?
April 4 2006 9:08 PM EDT
It is a new site analysis tool from Google.
I have been looking into it for some of my sites, but it is invite-only at the moment.
April 4 2006 9:20 PM EDT
Ok, did a little more work here and installed an extension that allows you to block java scripts on sites.
I blocked the google analytics script and everything is back to normal here, so that is definitely what was causing the delay.
Like I said before, this isn't a problem, it just caught me off guard when it started happening out of the blue.
I believe what you are experiencing Timberwolf, is the threshold of what your PC can handle on a webpage at once. So, it is slightly slowing down. There is a Crapload of JS that is loaded here. It isn't giving me any problem.
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