Having Script Problems? (in General)
Hello people, I want to make my script work perfect, so I'm going to ask everyone to document all problems they are having here. If anyone is having ANY problems with my script at all, can you please document the problem here on this thread, using this format:
Short Problem Description: (just describe it real quick in a couple sentances, I don't want a 2 page essay describing your problem)
Firefox Version: (find this by clicking Help > About Mozilla Firefox)
Greasemonkey Version: (find this by clicking Tools > Extensions, then looking at the greasemonkey entry, it is the number next to it)
Other Firefox Extensions Installed: (just a list of all of them)
Operating System: (for those windows users, right click My Computer and click properties, it should say something like Windows XP or Windows ME or something)
Virus Scanner: (if you have one installed, list it here, such as Norton, McAfee, AVG, PandaSoft, etc)
Firewall: (if you have one installed, list it here, such as Norton,
Zonelabs, Sygate, etc.)
Are you using the latest CB GM Script?(if not, install it from here: http://www.defhoboz.biz/misccb2enhancements.user.js and see if the problem goes away first)
Copy and paste this into your post if you want to get all the fancy bold text:
(If you do use this text template, make sure to set Message Text to "HTML" instead of "Plain Text")
<b>Short Problem Description:</b>(put text here)<br>
<b>Firefox Version:</b>(put text here)<br>
<b>Greasemonkey Version:</b>(put text here)<br>
<b>Other Firefox Extensions Installed:</b>(put text here)<br>
<b>Operating System:</b>(put text here)<br>
<b>Virus Scanner:</b>(put text here)<br>
<b>Firewall:</b>(put text here)<br>
<b>Are you using the latest CB GM Script?</b>(put text here)
October 18 2006 7:16 PM EDT
Short Problem Description:The script skips me through my fightlist erratically. It just does it on its own, randomly, regardless of whether or not this feature is turned off or on.
Greasemonkey Version:I don't know where to look for that.
Other Firefox Extensions Installed:Just your script and StumbleUpon.
Operating System:Windows XP
Virus Scanner:Norton (HAH, what a joke)
Firewall:I leave my firewall down generally.
Are you using the latest CB GM Script?Heck yeah I am babyyy!
October 18 2006 7:47 PM EDT
October 18 2006 8:23 PM EDT
Short Problem Description:Memory leaks. Lots of them. Doesn't happen when the script is disabled (and everything else, including Greasemonkey is), but does occur when your script is enabled.
Leaked 719 out of 914 DOM Windows
Leaked 697 out of 1602 documents
Leaked 37 out of 121 docshells
Other Firefox Extensions Installed:Verified problem exists without any other extensions enabled.
Operating System:Linux zarniwoop 2.6.17-2-k7 #1 SMP Wed Sep 13 17:18:46 UTC 2006 i686 GNU/Linux
Firewall:Of course. Several.
Are you using the latest CB GM Script?yes
October 18 2006 8:46 PM EDT
I am also seeing major memory leakage both on my home pc (Windows Media Center 2005 Edition) and on my work pc (Windows XP Pro).
October 31 2006 4:52 PM EST
Short Problem Description: My bookmarks dissappear after every time I restart firefox
Firefox Version: 220.127.116.11
Greasemonkey Version: 0.6.6.20061017.0
Other Firefox Extensions Installed: Talkback, Adblock
Operating System: Windows XP Home
Virus Scanner: McAffee
Are you using the latest CB GM Script? Yes!
Glory, an increasing memory footprint does not equal a memory leak.
November 10 2006 7:26 PM EST
Short Problem Description:In Forgemaster, the Helm's Gauntlets has too many quenches. It should be:
Other Firefox Extensions Installed:A bunch
Are you using the latest CB GM Script?Yes
Kultur, you can go in and change your Forge master formulas yourself quite easily. Just save the script to your computer and edit it with notepad. Go and find the formula your trying to fix then change it to what it should be. It goes as follows in the forge script... (First Heat Cycle) (First Quench Cycle) (Second Heat Cycle) ( Last Quench Cycle)
November 10 2006 11:41 PM EST
I had already changed it (which is why I had the lines of code in my response), but it should still be changed so that in future versions it is correct, and so other people don't lose their BA due to what I am assuming is a small typo.
November 11 2006 9:23 PM EST
"Glory, an increasing memory footprint does not equal a memory leak."
When memory is used in an application and not cleaned up correctly, the memory footprint will grow indeterminately unless their is a garbage collection process to auto cleanup memory references on the heap. When I fight without the script, my Firefox instance does not grow in memory, while with the script enabled it increases with every battle and does not get cleaned up. Therefore, I am, and I believe most people would classify that as a memory leak or memory problem with the script. In other words, memory that does not get cleaned up, is considered leaking.
Glory, just so you are aware, greasemonnkey itself does seem to cause memory leakage. I've reported this to the author of Greasemonkey and the developers, so hopefully they will do something about it soon.
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