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Title: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: jackjack on July 29, 2013, 05:47:23 PM
BitcoinTalk++ is a user script that brings some new features the original bitcointalk.org doesn't have.
It is open source so I advise you to check the source if you have any doubt about it.

It used to be hosted on userscript.org, so the changelog had to be retrieved. You can find a ugly version of it at http://btpp.jampa.eu/changelog

For bug reporting or feature suggestion please use the bug tracker: http://btpp.jampa.eu/bugs

BT++ includes:
Quote
Configuration for nearly all the features
Up/downvote people (requires a BT++ password)
See the total score of people
Like/dislike posts
A chat
A Bitcoin ticker, using your own source/currency
Hide threads
Add your own CSS file
Display the real target domain next to each link (helps against phishing)
Link to threads links directly to the last read post
Auto-format Bitcoin addresses and txids
New "upload image" button in the reply form
Auto-refresh current page



How to get your password

In order to vote and chat, you will need a password : you can get it there (http://btpp.jampa.eu/getpassword.php).
If you don't have enough activity you'll have to send me a PM so that I activate your link.
New users who don't contribute positively to the forum (only posting in giveaways, begging, trolling, etc) won't likely be whitelisted.



How to install it
Quote
Firefox
Install the Greasemonkey extension (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/greasemonkey/), then install this:
https://github.com/jackjack-jj/btpp/raw/master/btpp.user.js

Chrome
 - Download and drag this file into the extensions tab (open chrome://extensions):
http://btpp.jampa.eu/crx/btpp_0.2.95.crx  (change the version number to the last one if I forgot to edit it)
OR
 - Install the Tampermonkey extension (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/tampermonkey/dhdgffkkebhmkfjojejmpbldmpobfkfo), then install this:
https://github.com/jackjack-jj/btpp/raw/master/btpp.user.js

Opera
Install this: https://github.com/jackjack-jj/btpp/raw/master/btpp.user.js

Maxthon
Install Violentmonkey

Firefox mobile
XPI file coming soon
Looks like it's impossible to transform a userscript into a XPI for Firefox Mobile 23 (last version)
Please tell me if you have any information about this matter

Android
You can't install extensions on Chrome: https://developers.google.com/chrome/mobile/docs/faq
There's a browser named Tampermonkey (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.biniok.tampermonkey&hl=fr) on the Google Play but it's still in beta (scripts work well, but poor interface)
ViolentMonkey broken for me, please wait until I solve that Additionally you can use Opera:
 - Install Opera Mobile labs built with extensions (http://dev.opera.com/articles/extensions-opera-mobile-labs/)
 - Install Violent Monkey for Opera (https://addons.opera.com/fr/extensions/details/violent-monkey/)
 - Go to https://github.com/jackjack-jj/btpp/raw/master/btpp.user.js and copy all the text
 - Click on the Violent Monkey icon under the URL, click on the arrow, then on the first button
 - ??





Pictures of some features

http://img11.hostingpics.net/pics/381706uptodate.png



http://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/772434btovisuel.png



http://img4.hostingpics.net/pics/195604btoposettings2.png



http://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/365136btppbtcusd.png



http://i.imgur.com/cDdT4nB.png



http://i.imgur.com/fLrFMKE.png


dev/test account: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268435


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: Mooshire on July 30, 2013, 02:22:15 AM
Can everyone with the script see the +1s?


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on July 30, 2013, 10:51:27 AM
Yes, everyone with the script see the +1s
Only members can vote after asking me their password

I'm the only one voting for now so don't expect many people having something else than a 0


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: RichG on July 31, 2013, 05:55:29 PM
PM me my password.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: escrow.ms on July 31, 2013, 06:04:18 PM
That's pretty cool, i would like to get my password.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on July 31, 2013, 06:09:20 PM
Sent to both.

The script should keep the pass and never ask again once you enter it, but it seems I have to put it each time I want to vote. I'll investigate.

Disclosure:
I have access to votes, if it bothers someone I can change that to make them anonymous. Users wouldn't be able to reverse their votes afterwards though.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: tysat on July 31, 2013, 06:24:35 PM
Can you hook me up with a pw?  Interested in seeing it in action.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: RichG on July 31, 2013, 06:40:55 PM
I don't see any +1 widgets after I installed the add-on, even after I restarted my browser.

I'm running Chrome 28.0.1500.72m on windows 7.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on July 31, 2013, 07:52:39 PM
Fixed for Chrome


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: tysat on July 31, 2013, 07:57:31 PM
Fixed for Chrome

Confirmed to be working


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: favdesu on July 31, 2013, 08:02:11 PM
could you send me a pw too? looks really interesting :D

thanks!


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on July 31, 2013, 08:06:53 PM
Fixed for Chrome

Confirmed to be working
Great!

could you send me a pw too? looks really interesting :D

thanks!
Sent :)


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on July 31, 2013, 08:22:44 PM
The script should now keep your password forever instead of randomly asking it again when you want to vote.
If you put a dummy password you would be able to set it again the next time you vote. I will change that soon though.

Please post any suggestions you may have.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: favdesu on July 31, 2013, 08:28:47 PM
alright, works with chrome + already better than the trust system in my opinion


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: escrow.ms on July 31, 2013, 08:30:35 PM
If i disable it and enable it later, password will remain same?

Ps: Negative ratings color is green instead of red.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: Kouye on July 31, 2013, 08:32:17 PM
JackJack fixed the issue 1h after the bug report.
Please, don't forget to tip him if you like what he's doing. He's very bad at begging!  ;D


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: favdesu on July 31, 2013, 09:05:28 PM
so, you can't revoke a vote? what if I missclicked and gave a wrong rating? :D


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on July 31, 2013, 09:44:07 PM
If i disable it and enable it later, password will remain same?

Ps: Negative ratings color is green instead of red.
Yes, the password only depends on the username.

Good idea, I'll change the color of +/- then. Light grey I think.
See edit

JackJack fixed the issue 1h after the bug report.
Please, don't forget to tip him if you like what he's doing. He's very bad at begging!  ;D
Not sure the script is worth anything right now. ;)
I'd like to make it much more useful though.

so, you can't revoke a vote? what if I missclicked and gave a wrong rating? :D
It's planned ;D
I wanted to see if it's used by enough people before putting energy into features.



Edit:
I changed to this: joe [+4] [+ -]
Do you find this ok? Propose me a nice style if not.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: favdesu on July 31, 2013, 10:27:36 PM


Edit:
I changed to this: joe [+4] [+ -]
Do you find this ok? Propose me a nice style if not.

that's fine!

edit: just updated - + & - should be bold too.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: escrow.ms on July 31, 2013, 10:41:03 PM


Edit:
I changed to this: joe [+4] [+ -]
Do you find this ok? Propose me a nice style if not.

that's fine!

edit: just updated - + & - should be bold too.

Agree and dark grey would be better.

Ps: Any way to stop abuse? Like if someone makes a new account and starts giving negative votes to everyone?



Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on July 31, 2013, 10:46:46 PM


Edit:
I changed to this: joe [+4] [+ -]
Do you find this ok? Propose me a nice style if not.

that's fine!

edit: just updated - + & - should be bold too.

Agree and dark grey would be better.

Ps: Any way to stop abuse? Like if someone makes a new account and starts giving negative votes to everyone?
The problem is that bold doesn't change much, but ok I'll change that in the next release. Dark grey for [+-]? I thought it would be better to make it discrete.
Anyway, once I'm done with a function that refuses to work without any reasons, I'll make colors editable.

Against abuse, for now there's only me. I'm sending passwords by hand so I can easily see who's doing that and ban him.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: RichG on July 31, 2013, 10:49:46 PM
Can you PM me a new password? The one you sent me isn't working.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: escrow.ms on July 31, 2013, 10:51:48 PM
Great and current +- color is little bit hard to see on light background. I personally liked old + - buttons.

http://i.imgur.com/7kSzX93.png

You can also use arrow's
↑ ↓


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: favdesu on July 31, 2013, 11:43:37 PM


Edit:
I changed to this: joe [+4] [+ -]
Do you find this ok? Propose me a nice style if not.

that's fine!

edit: just updated - + & - should be bold too.

Agree and dark grey would be better.

Ps: Any way to stop abuse? Like if someone makes a new account and starts giving negative votes to everyone?



I guess he could just ban/delete the trolls? Or don't let new accs in...


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on August 01, 2013, 01:20:36 AM
Ok I finished the thing that didn't work:

http://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/285145resetbtopw.png


Now RichG, please use that link to put your password and try again. If it doesn't work uninstall the script and install it again.


Todo:
  • Make votes revertable
  • Change format/make it editable


http://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/433215btoposettings.png


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: RichG on August 01, 2013, 03:08:31 AM
jackjack, I've tried all of that! Send me a new password. Please.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: whiskers75 on August 01, 2013, 01:30:58 PM
Looks great! Can I have a password?

Only one thing - it takes ages for pages to load with this script on.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: tysat on August 01, 2013, 01:39:21 PM
Looks great! Can I have a password?

Only one thing - it takes ages for pages to load with this script on.

I haven't had any issues with the site going slower than normal with the script on.  It's been a little slow recently, maybe it's just that?


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on August 01, 2013, 01:49:20 PM
jackjack, I've tried all of that! Send me a new password. Please.
Go to https://bitcointalk.org/btopoconf.php?user=RichG, put your password in the form and click on the button. It should write 'Done'.
Then it's done, try to vote again.
If it still doesn't work then maybe someone cast a spell on you.

Looks great! Can I have a password?

Only one thing - it takes ages for pages to load with this script on.
I think it's not related to the script: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=263064.40


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: whiskers75 on August 01, 2013, 02:04:00 PM
Yeah, you're right. I love the script! Just make the + and - buttons invisible until you mouse over a user's rating, then show them in full colour. :)
Also: +1 me  :D


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: escrow.ms on August 01, 2013, 02:09:24 PM

Also: +1 me  :D

I've done that  :)


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on August 01, 2013, 03:54:49 PM
I'll do that!

List of all the scores: http://jackjack.alwaysdata.net/btoplusone/list
Congratulations to BFL for having the lowest score


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: escrow.ms on August 01, 2013, 04:09:04 PM
lol,

Is there any way to show + - on profile page? or change position of +- below Online  status
Not able to able to vote some members.  Example:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=265707.msg2845117#msg2845117

http://anonymouse.org/cgi-bin/anon-www.cgi/http://anonymouse.org/cgi-bin/anon-www.cgi/http://img855.imageshack.us/img855/5338/r0cx.png

Edit: Looks like it's happening due to small screen (I am using mini laptop.) I have to zoom out , to give vote.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on August 01, 2013, 04:27:46 PM
lol,

Is there any way to show + - on profile page? or change position of +- below Online  status
Not able to able to vote some members.  Example:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=265707.msg2845117#msg2845117

http://anonymouse.org/cgi-bin/anon-www.cgi/http://anonymouse.org/cgi-bin/anon-www.cgi/http://anonymouse.org/cgi-bin/anon-www.cgi/http://img855.imageshack.us/img855/5338/r0cx.png

Edit: Looks like it's happening due to small screen (I am using mini laptop.) I have to zoom out , to give vote.

Fixed


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: escrow.ms on August 01, 2013, 04:33:32 PM
Fixed

Thanks, you deserve a tip.

14e4a0e2ded73ebadba023301adb2ec9747bc8897eb8865a1022b26f9f10bb08


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on August 01, 2013, 04:54:37 PM
Fixed

Thanks, you deserve a tip.

14e4a0e2ded73ebadba023301adb2ec9747bc8897eb8865a1022b26f9f10bb08
Thanks :)

By the way, I made the script you asked me to format addresses: see the settings page
I also made it format transaction ids if they follow "tx:"
Example: tx:14e4a0e2ded73ebadba023301adb2ec9747bc8897eb8865a1022b26f9f10bb08


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: escrow.ms on August 01, 2013, 05:00:57 PM
It works, thanks  :)


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on August 01, 2013, 05:21:38 PM
Great, I hope it will be useful for many people.

Now that it's no more a '+1' script I'll have to find another name though. The first in my mind being BTO++, but it's not exactly original...


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: SaltySpitoon on August 01, 2013, 06:39:40 PM
I'll do that!

List of all the scores: http://jackjack.alwaysdata.net/btoplusone/list
Congratulations to BFL for having the lowest score

Neat, someone likes me. I'll probably give the script a shot in a few days, looks like a great contribution.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: escrow.ms on August 01, 2013, 06:44:05 PM

Neat, someone likes me.

 ::)


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on August 01, 2013, 08:06:54 PM
As escrow.ms proposed me to add:

  • I added bbcodes and smileys in the Quick Reply form (see OP). Only lists doesn't work for now.
  • You can preset a message to put in all your posts (set it in settings).


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: escrow.ms on August 01, 2013, 08:11:12 PM
LMAO it's pretty cool

http://i.imgur.com/hAUaIxk.png


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on August 01, 2013, 08:18:41 PM

Update: lists are working now


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: SaltySpitoon on August 01, 2013, 08:29:58 PM

Hey! That means something to me. You try telling a forum full of anarchists and libertarians what they can and can't do, and see if you have any fans (more likely to have your house torched)


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: escrow.ms on August 01, 2013, 08:45:37 PM

Hey! That means something to me. You try telling a forum full of anarchists and libertarians what they can and can't do, and see if you have any fans (more likely to have your house torched)

haha that's true XD


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: BadBear on August 02, 2013, 06:37:05 AM
Looks cool, might try it out, send me a pass. Address in your sig current?


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: gweedo on August 02, 2013, 06:42:49 AM
Can I have a password as well?


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: favdesu on August 02, 2013, 08:33:49 AM
hm, I don't like the rating under the name. kinda destroys the layout


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on August 02, 2013, 12:57:53 PM
Looks cool, might try it out, send me a pass. Address in your sig current?
Sent and yes they are current

Can I have a password as well?
Sent

hm, I don't like the rating under the name. kinda destroys the layout
Agreed, I changed that
escrow.ms and others can still put a newline in the settings


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: favdesu on August 02, 2013, 01:40:10 PM
uh, how to change the color of the [ + - ]? want it bold & black :)


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on August 02, 2013, 01:51:58 PM
You can set everything about [+-] in the settings page, even bold with the last version


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: dree12 on August 02, 2013, 02:20:02 PM
Suggestion: Use − (−) instead of the hyphen. It looks more symmetrical.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: favdesu on August 02, 2013, 03:05:26 PM
You can set everything about [+-] in the settings page, even bold with the last version

not really. tried with y, yes, def=yes - but it doesn't save it

same goes for any setting. save does not work


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on August 02, 2013, 03:08:41 PM
Strange, it works here:
http://img4.hostingpics.net/pics/518078bold.png

Does it at least save your password?
Does it say 'Done' when you click the button?
Anyone else noticing a buggy save?

Suggestion: Use − (−) instead of the hyphen. It looks more symmetrical.
Good suggestion, done


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: Evolyn on August 02, 2013, 05:09:31 PM
Can you send me a password as well? Thanks.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on August 02, 2013, 05:16:38 PM
Can you send me a password as well? Thanks.
Sent


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: QuestionAuthority on August 02, 2013, 06:56:55 PM
This is sweet! Can you PM me a pass too. I'd like to see it in action.

Also, Python 3 broke backwards compatibility so are you ever planning on updating your pywallet for python 3? I screwed myself by updating to 3 and I don't want to go back because I mostly just make things for myself. I didn't realize that Twisted doesn't work and neither does your pywallet (which I loved btw).


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on August 02, 2013, 08:34:35 PM
This is sweet! Can you PM me a pass too. I'd like to see it in action.

Also, Python 3 broke backwards compatibility so are you ever planning on updating your pywallet for python 3? I screwed myself by updating to 3 and I don't want to go back because I mostly just make things for myself. I didn't realize that Twisted doesn't work and neither does your pywallet (which I loved btw).
Sent.

About pywallet, not soon.
I will re-code from scratch and this will allow interesting things like Python3 support, no dependency needed, same features for CL/GUI/WUI, a Qt GUI, etc.
The problem is that I am on another project which takes much of my time and will continue to do so for several weeks, so until then I'm afraid I can't help you.

Did you check the possibility of installing both 2 and 3? If you have constraints that exclude such a possibility we can continue to talk about this in the pywallet thread. I can also try to see if there are many py3-incompatible commands in pywallet.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jimmijames73 on August 02, 2013, 10:47:30 PM
Thanks jackjack for sending through the password.  For some reason I do not see the plus and minus symbols, but I see "undefined" instead, i.e. jackjack [+5] [undefined undefined]

I am using the latest version of Chrome (28.0.1500.95 m).  I had to manually install (i.e. drag and drop onto extensions settings page) since my version of Chrome only allows direct installs from the Chrome Web Store.  I have updated my password and tried adjusting the settings, so not sure what I am doing wrong.

Edit:  Just noticed when I click "undefined" I get a message in the corner of the browser saying "Error: Bad password".  I have tried updating my password and still no luck, could you please reset or confirm my password via PM.  Thanks.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: QuestionAuthority on August 03, 2013, 05:21:14 AM
This is sweet! Can you PM me a pass too. I'd like to see it in action.

Also, Python 3 broke backwards compatibility so are you ever planning on updating your pywallet for python 3? I screwed myself by updating to 3 and I don't want to go back because I mostly just make things for myself. I didn't realize that Twisted doesn't work and neither does your pywallet (which I loved btw).
Sent.

About pywallet, not soon.
I will re-code from scratch and this will allow interesting things like Python3 support, no dependency needed, same features for CL/GUI/WUI, a Qt GUI, etc.
The problem is that I am on another project which takes much of my time and will continue to do so for several weeks, so until then I'm afraid I can't help you.

Did you check the possibility of installing both 2 and 3? If you have constraints that exclude such a possibility we can continue to talk about this in the pywallet thread. I can also try to see if there are many py3-incompatible commands in pywallet.

Thanks got it.

I'm in no rush for pywallet. I appreciate you looking into it whenever you get a chance and for all your hard work!


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on August 03, 2013, 12:02:53 PM
Thanks jackjack for sending through the password.  For some reason I do not see the plus and minus symbols, but I see "undefined" instead, i.e. jackjack [+5] [undefined undefined]

I am using the latest version of Chrome (28.0.1500.95 m).  I had to manually install (i.e. drag and drop onto extensions settings page) since my version of Chrome only allows direct installs from the Chrome Web Store.  I have updated my password and tried adjusting the settings, so not sure what I am doing wrong.

Edit:  Just noticed when I click "undefined" I get a message in the corner of the browser saying "Error: Bad password".  I have tried updating my password and still no luck, could you please reset or confirm my password via PM.  Thanks.

Looks like you have the same problem as RichG.
I didn't notice it because I used Tampermonkey but I can reproduce it now.
Hope I'll find the problem soon.



Todo:
  • Make it work in Chrome
  • Make votes cancellable
  • Enable partial quotes
  • Print BTCUSD
  • PM export

Any body wants to add something?


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: Kouye on August 03, 2013, 07:12:13 PM
Any body wants to add something?

How about having a built-in feature that does exactly the same thing ?  ;D

More seriously, I've always been reluctant to those GreaseMonkey or equivalent scripts, for one, because they require me to whitelist them in all my script blocking addons, which is not really a pain, but it's not a matter of 1 click either.

Other reason is that code can be tricky to read, sometimes, which is not the case here, and I trust you 100% anyway.

On a final note, if it's widely adopted, are you confident your ws and database will scale up?

Cause I actually really like the fact there is an alternative trust list on which theymos have no control upon at all.

Care to send a password to me, too, please ? :)

Edit : to clear up the question about scaling up... What I meant is more like "is this just a proof of concept, or are you intending to maintain it till this forum dies ?"


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: gweedo on August 03, 2013, 11:06:12 PM
Thanks jackjack for sending through the password.  For some reason I do not see the plus and minus symbols, but I see "undefined" instead, i.e. jackjack [+5] [undefined undefined]

I am using the latest version of Chrome (28.0.1500.95 m).  I had to manually install (i.e. drag and drop onto extensions settings page) since my version of Chrome only allows direct installs from the Chrome Web Store.  I have updated my password and tried adjusting the settings, so not sure what I am doing wrong.

Edit:  Just noticed when I click "undefined" I get a message in the corner of the browser saying "Error: Bad password".  I have tried updating my password and still no luck, could you please reset or confirm my password via PM.  Thanks.

Looks like you have the same problem as RichG.
I didn't notice it because I used Tampermonkey but I can reproduce it now.
Hope I'll find the problem soon.



Todo:
  • Make it work in Chrome
  • Enable partial quotes

Any body wants to add something?

I am working on a chrome extension since I wanted to clean up your code a bit and make it a plugin system.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jimmijames73 on August 04, 2013, 09:32:41 AM
Looks like you have the same problem as RichG.
I didn't notice it because I used Tampermonkey but I can reproduce it now.
Hope I'll find the problem soon.

I installed Firefox and have got it working now.  Well done jackjack on the script it is great add on :)

I am working on a chrome extension since I wanted to clean up your code a bit and make it a plugin system.

I will be interested in trying the Chrome plugin when you get it working.




Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: iANDROID on August 04, 2013, 09:38:54 AM
PM my pass pls!

Is this [undefined undefined] normal?

http://i.imgur.com/rMLr68T.png

Chrome 28.0.1500.95


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jimmijames73 on August 04, 2013, 09:50:54 AM
PM my pass pls!

Is this [undefined undefined] normal?

http://i.imgur.com/rMLr68T.png

Chrome 28.0.1500.95

I had the same problem with Chrome, I believe that jackjack is looking into it.

Try installing the Tapermonkey add on for Chrome and see if that works (you may need to reinstall the script).  Otherwise install Firefox with the Greasemoney add on which worked for me.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: favdesu on August 04, 2013, 11:08:58 AM
the script works as intended on tampermonkey/chrome. you just can't save settings :<


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on August 04, 2013, 12:31:25 PM
Can a Chrome (pure, installed with drag-and-drop in chrome://extensions (http://chrome://extensions/), not with tampermonkey) user check if it works now? It works for me but we never know.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on August 04, 2013, 01:03:01 PM
Any body wants to add something?

How about having a built-in feature that does exactly the same thing ?  ;D

More seriously, I've always been reluctant to those GreaseMonkey or equivalent scripts, for one, because they require me to whitelist them in all my script blocking addons, which is not really a pain, but it's not a matter of 1 click either.

Other reason is that code can be tricky to read, sometimes, which is not the case here, and I trust you 100% anyway.

On a final note, if it's widely adopted, are you confident your ws and database will scale up?

Cause I actually really like the fact there is an alternative trust list on which theymos have no control upon at all.

Care to send a password to me, too, please ? :)

Edit : to clear up the question about scaling up... What I meant is more like "is this just a proof of concept, or are you intending to maintain it till this forum dies ?"

I don't really like those scripts either, it was indeed a PoC when I started it.
Now that people use it and tend to think it may be useful I'll code it more seriously (the fact that you can't even set your own pass let you imagine the energy I originally put in the login part ;D ).
I think the current hosting can scale up quite more. But I'm ok to buy a 'real' hosting and to spend enough time on the script if this becomes decently used.

And pass sent


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: iANDROID on August 04, 2013, 01:10:02 PM
Can a Chrome (pure, installed with drag-and-drop in chrome://extensions (http://chrome://extensions/), not with tampermonkey) user check if it works now? It works for me but we never know.

Yep it works


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on August 04, 2013, 01:15:32 PM
Can a Chrome (pure, installed with drag-and-drop in chrome://extensions (http://chrome://extensions/), not with tampermonkey) user check if it works now? It works for me but we never know.

Yep it works

Great
Pass sent btw


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: Kouye on August 04, 2013, 01:33:45 PM
Great
Pass sent btw

Confirmed. Having great fun spreading my own (dis)trust opinions right now. ;D


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: infested999 on August 04, 2013, 01:40:00 PM
Just got my pass sent to me. This script is good!


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on August 04, 2013, 02:34:33 PM
New version:

http://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/365136btppbtcusd.png


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: escrow.ms on August 04, 2013, 02:39:19 PM
Awesome :)
Works perfectly.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: Mitchell on August 04, 2013, 02:44:28 PM
Looks great!

Could you please send me my pw? I really want to use it.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: nimda on August 04, 2013, 02:53:36 PM
Nice script, works in latest Chromium. Requesting password.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: iANDROID on August 04, 2013, 03:26:58 PM
I can't "-1" jackjack :(


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: escrow.ms on August 04, 2013, 03:31:08 PM
I can't "-1" jackjack :(
;D

Ps: jackjack, a small tip sent
tx:a5293ef1ff6037daae0ae551218654b8f88109b9d2aebdc6bc6791948b66e43f


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: Mitchell on August 04, 2013, 03:34:32 PM
I recieved my password. Thanks.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on August 04, 2013, 04:12:04 PM
I can't "-1" jackjack :(
Are you sure? Did you correctly put your password? What's the error message?

Ps: jackjack, a small tip sent
tx:a5293ef1ff6037daae0ae551218654b8f88109b9d2aebdc6bc6791948b66e43f
Thanks! :)



Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: jackjack on August 04, 2013, 04:14:08 PM
I think you can revoke votes now, please try it out

Let's say you voted -1 for me:
  • If you vote -1 again it will say 'error, already voted -1'
  • If you vote +1 it will say 'vote revoked', ie you deleted your vote, you didn't turn it into a +1! Click again on + to do so.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: escrow.ms on August 04, 2013, 04:22:07 PM
I think you can revoke votes now, please try it out

Let's say you voted -1 for me:
  • If you vote -1 again it will say 'error, already voted -1'
  • If you vote +1 it will say 'vote revoked', ie you deleted your vote, you didn't turn it into a +1! Click again on + to do so.


Tested, it's working fine for me.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: Mitchell on August 04, 2013, 04:22:44 PM
It works on Chrome. Well done!


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: favdesu on August 04, 2013, 04:24:12 PM
yep, revoking works. that's great!


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: iANDROID on August 04, 2013, 04:35:57 PM
I think you can revoke votes now, please try it out

Let's say you voted -1 for me:
  • If you vote -1 again it will say 'error, already voted -1'
  • If you vote +1 it will say 'vote revoked', ie you deleted your vote, you didn't turn it into a +1! Click again on + to do so.


Works on Chrome


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: jackjack on August 04, 2013, 05:01:17 PM
Great, thank you guys


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: jackjack on August 04, 2013, 08:41:37 PM
List of PMs:
I couldn't find an easy way to extract data from PMs, so I just made a big table with the same style than the regular PM menu with all the PMs
It should at least be easier to save than saving all the pages

Let me know your thoughts

http://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/149204btpplistpm.png


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Kouye on August 04, 2013, 08:43:31 PM
Could we get a marker to know if an account has posted a rating within the last month, using your script?

Something like that:

http://uppix.com/f-check_plusone51febbd20013934e.png

Yeah, I know, suck at image editing.  ;D
If not possible, could we at least have a marker if they ever posted a rating using your script, disregarding how old it is ?

Anyway, script is great, and improving so fast, thank you!


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: jackjack on August 04, 2013, 08:47:22 PM
Could we get a marker to know if an account has posted a rating within the last month, using your script?

Something like that:

http://uppix.com/f-check_plusone51febbd20013934e.png

Yeah, I know, suck at image editing.  ;D
If not possible, could we at least have a marker if they ever posted a rating using your script, disregarding how old it is ?

Anyway, script is great, and improving so fast, thank you!

Not yet because I don't save the time of each vote. Definitely not top priority it should not be hard to implement.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: john_nalpa on August 04, 2013, 08:49:11 PM
This seems nice, can i get password?


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Mitchell on August 04, 2013, 09:32:11 PM
List of PMs:
I couldn't find an easy way to extract data from PMs, so I just made a big table with the same style than the regular PM menu with all the PMs
It should at least be easier to save than saving all the pages

Let me know your thoughts

http://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/149204btpplistpm.png
It looks great, but I dont see the point of having it.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: escrow.ms on August 04, 2013, 09:35:32 PM
List of PMs:
I couldn't find an easy way to extract data from PMs, so I just made a big table with the same style than the regular PM menu with all the PMs
It should at least be easier to save than saving all the pages

Let me know your thoughts

http://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/149204btpplistpm.png
It looks great, but I dont see the point of having it.

If you have over 1000 pm's you will might need it :P


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: favdesu on August 04, 2013, 10:21:33 PM
List of PMs:
I couldn't find an easy way to extract data from PMs, so I just made a big table with the same style than the regular PM menu with all the PMs
It should at least be easier to save than saving all the pages

Let me know your thoughts

http://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/149204btpplistpm.png
It looks great, but I dont see the point of having it.

hm, me neither. I tend to keep my pm box clean.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: TradeFortress on August 05, 2013, 12:04:02 AM
Please make your server SSL (fully, just seeing https isn't enough as it can still be vulnerable to BEAST) ASAP. This userscript allows malicious attackers to steal your bitcointalk session.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: jackjack on August 05, 2013, 12:06:08 AM
Partial quotes are now implemented
Select the text you want to quote and click on the "partial quote" button next to the usual "quote" button


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: gweedo on August 05, 2013, 12:07:02 AM
Please make your server SSL (fully, just seeing https isn't enough as it can still be vulnerable to BEAST) ASAP. This userscript allows malicious attackers to steal your bitcointalk session.

It is open source, it is funny how someone like you call it a malicious attack... Also greasemonkey is very limited in cookie reading and writing.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: jackjack on August 05, 2013, 12:08:20 AM
Please make your server SSL (fully, just seeing https isn't enough as it can still be vulnerable to BEAST) ASAP. This userscript allows malicious attackers to steal your bitcointalk session.
Care to send me a few links/sources/explanations so that I can look at that?
What exactly in the script (http://userscripts.org/scripts/review/174546) is vulnerable? It doesn't execute any code from the server and all the links are generated client-side.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: TradeFortress on August 05, 2013, 02:30:33 AM
Your script seems to be directly adding HTML from unsecure HTTP:

Quote
document.getElementsByClassName(classname)[j].innerHTML=r.responseText;

Just get a SSL certificate, configure apache to prevent BEAST.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: RichG on August 05, 2013, 07:31:34 AM
 :D The script works! Finally! Thanks, jackjack.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: RichG on August 05, 2013, 07:37:06 AM
A nice edit to the code would be to add a newline between the PM link and the logged in time.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Mitchell on August 05, 2013, 09:34:30 AM
It looks great, but I dont see the point of having it.

If you have over 1000 pm's you will might need it :P
I always clean my inbox, so that will never happen :P


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: TradeFortress on August 05, 2013, 09:36:53 AM
I have 3160 PMs :D


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: jackjack on August 05, 2013, 12:40:46 PM
Your script seems to be directly adding HTML from unsecure HTTP:

Quote
document.getElementsByClassName(classname)[j].innerHTML=r.responseText;

Just get a SSL certificate, configure apache to prevent BEAST.
Right
I'll change that by returning only ASCII from the server and formatting/deleting <>s within the script
I didn't find anything in greasemonkey that checks SSL certs so I can't use them for now, I'd prefer though so I'll continue to search for it
I don't think that the current low number of people using this script would interest anybody anyway

A nice edit to the code would be to add a newline between the PM link and the logged in time.
Originally there's no newline there but I can add it as a setting (the settings page is becoming a mess though, I'll have to tidy that soon)

:D The script works! Finally! Thanks, jackjack.
Great!

It looks great, but I dont see the point of having it.
If you have over 1000 pm's you will might need it :P
I always clean my inbox, so that will never happen :P
Why do you delete them? I sometimes need to read them again, don't you?
I'm still far from TF's amount but even with 320PMs it's really annoying to search through them. Moreover when you realize there's no search function for PMs...


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: escrow.ms on August 05, 2013, 12:47:02 PM
Moreover when you realize there's no search function for PMs...

Actually there is, i found that later.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=pm;sa=search
But still sometimes you can't find them easily and thru your script, people can save all pm's offline and safely prune them when they want.



Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: jackjack on August 05, 2013, 01:02:53 PM
Moreover when you realize there's no search function for PMs...

Actually there is, i found that later.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=pm;sa=search
But still sometimes you can't find them easily and thru your script, people can save all pm's offline and safely prune them when they want.
Thanks it may be useful
Not if it works as good as the regular search though >:(


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Mitchell on August 05, 2013, 01:08:28 PM
It looks great, but I dont see the point of having it.
If you have over 1000 pm's you will might need it :P
I always clean my inbox, so that will never happen :P
Why do you delete them? I sometimes need to read them again, don't you?
I'm still far from TF's amount but even with 320PMs it's really annoying to search through them. Moreover when you realize there's no search function for PMs...
Well, I only delete them when I don't need them anymore. Also, I am not that interesting in the Bitcointalk community, so I mostly get PM's which I can delete after I read them ;p

EDIT: Someone gave me a +1 :O Can I see who gave me that, so I can ask that person why? Didn't posted anything "good" recently.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Mitchell on August 05, 2013, 01:11:46 PM
Oh, btw. I don't think this should happen:

http://i.snag.gy/cnPYz.jpg


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: jackjack on August 05, 2013, 01:19:19 PM
It looks great, but I dont see the point of having it.
If you have over 1000 pm's you will might need it :P
I always clean my inbox, so that will never happen :P
Why do you delete them? I sometimes need to read them again, don't you?
I'm still far from TF's amount but even with 320PMs it's really annoying to search through them. Moreover when you realize there's no search function for PMs...
Well, I only delete them when I don't need them anymore. Also, I am not that interesting in the Bitcointalk community, so I mostly get PM's which I can delete after I read them ;p
That explains a lot!

Oh, btw. I don't think this should happen:

http://i.snag.gy/cnPYz.jpg
Name too long + screen too small ;D
You can go to the settings and enable a newline after the username


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: jackjack on August 05, 2013, 01:19:57 PM
EDIT: Someone gave me a +1 :O Can I see who gave me that, so I can ask that person why? Didn't posted anything "good" recently.

That was something I wanted your thoughts about.
I do have the full list of votes. For now I'm the only one having access to it.
So here are the possibilities:
  • I make everything public
  • One can see who voted for him and who he voted for
  • Nothing public just like now


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Mitchell on August 05, 2013, 01:25:43 PM
EDIT: Someone gave me a +1 :O Can I see who gave me that, so I can ask that person why? Didn't posted anything "good" recently.

That was something I wanted your thoughts about.
I do have the full list of votes. For now I'm the only one having access to it.
So here are the possibilities:
  • I make everything public
  • One can see who voted for him and who he voted for
  • Nothing public just like now

I would say the second option. Everything public is a bit to much I guess.
Going to enable newline right now.
EDIT: Done, much better.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Mitchell on August 05, 2013, 01:30:55 PM
Btw. you should tell what the current setting is of something in "BT++ settings". Would be a lot easier and more clear, if you ask me.

EDIT: Oh, auto-update would be useful for Chrome users. I have to re-download and re-install it everytime you update it.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Wed on August 05, 2013, 01:52:29 PM
Very nice job,
thank you very much for that :)


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: jackjack on August 05, 2013, 02:23:46 PM
Btw. you should tell what the current setting is of something in "<i>BT++ settings</i>". Would be a lot easier and more clear, if you ask me.
Indeed, done.

<b>EDIT</b>: Oh, auto-update would be useful for Chrome users. I have to re-download and re-install it everytime you update it.
I know it autoupdates on Firefox but I'm not sure it's even possible on Chrome. Looks like Google doesn't really like when people install something coming from something else than its store...
Also I'm leaving soon for around a week so I can't look at that now. I keep that in mind though.

Very nice job,
thank you very much for that :)
Thanks, tell me if anything goes bad


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Mitchell on August 05, 2013, 02:27:31 PM
Btw. you should tell what the current setting is of something in "<i>BT++ settings</i>". Would be a lot easier and more clear, if you ask me.
Indeed, done.

<b>EDIT</b>: Oh, auto-update would be useful for Chrome users. I have to re-download and re-install it everytime you update it.
I know it autoupdates on Firefox but I'm not sure it's even possible on Chrome. Looks like Google doesn't really like when people install something coming from something else than its store...
Also I'm leaving soon for around a week so I can't look at that now. I keep that in mind though.
Current setting looks great. Thanks.
And yeah, installing .js scripts aren't accepted instantly. You really need to drag it into the extension-tab.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: jackjack on August 05, 2013, 03:01:57 PM
And yeah, installing .js scripts aren't accepted instantly. You really need to drag it into the extension-tab.
I know but sadly I can't do anything about this. All I know is that Tampermonkey avoids this.



Please people give me your thoughts about this:
I do have the full list of votes. For now I'm the only one having access to it.
So here are the possibilities:
  • I make everything public
  • One can see who voted for him and who he voted for
  • Nothing public just like now



Also, what are your thoughts about a scammer tags system? Just like the regular one.
The system could be different though.
I just want to gather opinions for now, nothing is decided.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: TradeFortress on August 05, 2013, 03:06:57 PM
I'll change that by returning only ASCII from the server and formatting/deleting <>s within the script
I didn't find anything in greasemonkey that checks SSL certs so I can't use them for now, I'd prefer though so I'll continue to search for it
I don't think that the current low number of people using this script would interest anybody anyway

You just add https. Your browser checks the cert for you.

An attacker vector is an attack vector, there's no reason to not fix them, and one can be use to chain another.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Mitchell on August 05, 2013, 03:09:30 PM
Also, what are your thoughts about a scammer tags system? Just like the regular one.<br>The system could be different though.<br>I just want to gather opinions for now, nothing is decided.
Hmm, dunno. I think it's not necessary. A "-10" next to someone's name is clear enough for me.

EDIT: The <br> is because I used the Partical Quote button.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: infested999 on August 05, 2013, 04:36:12 PM
This feature will save people some serious money now =D

http://i.imgur.com/yXjBucP.png


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Kouye on August 05, 2013, 08:38:24 PM

That was something I wanted your thoughts about.
I do have the full list of votes. For now I'm the only one having access to it.
So here are the possibilities:
  • I make everything public
  • One can see who voted for him and who he voted for
  • Nothing public just like now


I would be happy with the first solution. And if it's too much of a hassle, an alternative showing on each post:

- the total number of votes broadcasted by this account
- the total number of votes received by this account

would be a very nice workaround, for me.

Just because someone having a 2 rating with 300 votes is a bit different than someone having a 2 rating with 2 votes. :)


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: gweedo on August 05, 2013, 08:49:00 PM
Here is my bitcoin talk karma chrome extension based off of the greasemonkey script jackjack wrote, I will try to keep it updated. If you have an issue, open a ticket on github, instead of cluttering this thread up. If it becomes popular I will start my own thread.

https://github.com/italiano40/Bitcoin-Talk-Karma

Consider this beta.

CRX File for easy install
https://github.com/italiano40/Bitcoin-Talk-Karma/releases/download/0.0.1/bto-plusone.crx


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: HeroC on August 08, 2013, 06:04:21 PM
Nice! I'll install it when I get home!


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: TradeFortress on August 08, 2013, 10:03:34 PM
Suggestion: spoiler tags.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: nimda on August 08, 2013, 10:48:01 PM
Suggestion: spoiler tags.
Hmm...

Snape kills Dumbledore


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Moogle on August 08, 2013, 11:07:30 PM
Impressive stuff :-)


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: HeroC on August 09, 2013, 01:50:24 AM
Suggestion: spoiler tags.

I was thinking that to, but what if someone without the script sees the tags, unintended bu the OP because they use the script?


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: BadBear on August 09, 2013, 03:52:53 AM
Suggestion: spoiler tags.

I was thinking that to, but what if someone without the script sees the tags, unintended bu the OP because they use the script?

Same as now, except that maybe someone might post something they wouldn't otherwise because of it.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: TradeFortress on August 09, 2013, 10:18:22 AM
Suggestion: spoiler tags.
Hmm...

Snape kills Dumbledore
Cool :)


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: HeroC on August 09, 2013, 02:15:27 PM
Ideas:

Add 'translate.google.com' support. (I think you just need a Code Snippit in the body section.) From https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=266678.0
Make it so the 'Reset BT++ password' is on the settings page
Make it optional to hide the 'List of PMs' button, or put it only on the PMs page.
Make it so all BT++ buttons are on the same line, separated by dividers.
Make the MtGox button Hide-able (in the BT++ settings)
Make the price ticker be able to use BTC-E (in the BT++ settings)

I will add more when I see/think of them. Great job!

Here is an error with an address formatting:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/94559855/Photos/BT%2B%2B%20Address%20Format%20Error.PNG


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Mitchell on August 09, 2013, 02:17:56 PM
Make it possible to chance the curreny for the MtGox bar (in the BT++ settings).


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: jackjack on August 09, 2013, 03:38:10 PM
Not sure about the Google translation but all the rest is easy to do, and will be added within 7 days


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Mitchell on August 09, 2013, 03:42:52 PM
Not sure about the Google translation but all the rest is easy to do, and will be added within 7 days
Welcome back btw. How was your vacation? :P


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: whiskers75 on August 10, 2013, 05:06:05 PM
I have 3160 PMs :D
5% = me. :)

Also, I noticed I have -1. :( why? what did I ever do to deserve this


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: jimmijames73 on August 10, 2013, 10:20:52 PM
That was something I wanted your thoughts about.
I do have the full list of votes. For now I'm the only one having access to it.
So here are the possibilities:
  • I make everything public
  • One can see who voted for him and who he voted for
  • Nothing public just like now

I would prefer option 3 (nothing public), as the other two public options could discourage people from using the -1, since those people who get negative votes might give back -1 in kind.

Also, what are your thoughts about a scammer tags system? Just like the regular one.
The system could be different though.
I just want to gather opinions for now, nothing is decided.

What about the ability to tag alt accounts, i.e.

moomerycreamery
(Possible Alt of joeyjmr8484)

There would need to be some way to get a consensus on which are alt accounts, maybe a dedicated thread or endoresment by a moderator. The comments section in the trust system is sometimes used to tag alt accounts, but it would be good to have it within the thread below the username.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: whiskers75 on August 11, 2013, 07:07:47 AM
No, we need to see who tagged you.
Or at least have some kind of system wherein the more points you have, the more your tag affects the tagged person's rating. (e.g., I have +8, and tag someone with 0 with -1. End result: -4.)


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: favdesu on August 11, 2013, 11:17:22 AM
No, we need to see who tagged you.
Or at least have some kind of system wherein the more points you have, the more your tag affects the tagged person's rating. (e.g., I have +8, and tag someone with 0 with -1. End result: -4.)

how would that be different from the trust system?

I'm against it. every point should have the same face value.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Mitchell on August 11, 2013, 05:11:16 PM
No, we need to see who tagged you.
Or at least have some kind of system wherein the more points you have, the more your tag affects the tagged person's rating. (e.g., I have +8, and tag someone with 0 with -1. End result: -4.)

how would that be different from the trust system?

I'm against it. every point should have the same face value.
I do agree with that.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: nimda on August 12, 2013, 01:40:31 AM
No, we need to see who tagged you.
Or at least have some kind of system wherein the more points you have, the more your tag affects the tagged person's rating. (e.g., I have +8, and tag someone with 0 with -1. End result: -4.)

how would that be different from the trust system?

I'm against it. every point should have the same face value.
It would be exactly like the trust system except without the trust list. I.e. you'd "trust" everyone's ratings based on their own global ratings alone. It would be much more susceptible to shills.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: whiskers75 on August 12, 2013, 07:41:07 AM
/me is really disliked.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: HeroC on August 12, 2013, 07:58:27 PM
No, we need to see who tagged you.
Or at least have some kind of system wherein the more points you have, the more your tag affects the tagged person's rating. (e.g., I have +8, and tag someone with 0 with -1. End result: -4.)

Nah, keep them all the same.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: escrow.ms on August 12, 2013, 08:10:17 PM
/me is really disliked.
whiskers75 got +1


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: HeroC on August 13, 2013, 02:03:23 AM
/me is really disliked.

Nobody hates you, just they disagree with you. Although, you are disliked a lot. Anyway I am on your side.

Correction:
Quote
* whiskers75 is really disagreed with.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: favdesu on August 13, 2013, 02:20:57 PM
btw, I'd rather see bitcoinaverage.com than gox :)


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: tysat on August 13, 2013, 02:56:09 PM
btw, I'd rather see bitcoinaverage.com than gox :)

^^^

Having Mt Gox as the price source seems like the wrong way to go considering the issues people are having with them and getting money out.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: whiskers75 on August 15, 2013, 10:00:52 AM
/me is really disliked.

Nobody hates you, just they disagree with you. Although, you are disliked a lot. Anyway I am on your side.

Correction:
Quote
* whiskers75 is really disagreed with.
It's because I'm a) begging for +1 and b) have that CoinChat history.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: jackjack on August 15, 2013, 01:50:33 PM
Hey guys, I'm back for writing, not for developping. I should work on the script again within a week.

Todo:
  • Add 'translate.google.com' support. (I think you just need a Code Snippit in the body section.) From https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=266678.0
  • Make it so the 'Reset BT++ password' is on the settings page I deleted it actually
  • Make it optional to hide the 'List of PMs' button, or put it only on the PMs page I moved the link to the settings page
  • Make it so all BT++ buttons are on the same line, separated by dividers There's only the settings page link now
  • Make the MtGox button Hide-able (in the BT++ settings)
  • Error with an address formatting when used in a link
  • Change MtGox to bitcoinaverage (http://api.bitcoinaverage.com/all) You can now choose your price source
  • Make it possible to change the currency of the BTCUSD bar (in the BT++ settings) You can now choose your price source
  • Auto-update on Chrome
  • Use HTTPS
  • Display total votes: [+10/37]
  • Show rankings of voters: [+10Brand new, -3Sr. members, -5Hero members] (this will not look like this mess)
  • JSON jackjack.alwaysdata.net/btoplusone/note.php?no=21053&json=1

Also, please see this poll: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=274252
It is about the disclosure of votes


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: HeroC on August 16, 2013, 02:37:16 PM
Hey guys, I'm back for writing, not for developping. I should work on the script again within a week.

Todo:
  • Add 'translate.google.com' support. (I think you just need a Code Snippit in the body section.) From https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=266678.0
  • Make it so the 'Reset BT++ password' is on the settings page
  • Make it optional to hide the 'List of PMs' button, or put it only on the PMs page
  • Make it so all BT++ buttons are on the same line, separated by dividers
  • Make the MtGox button Hide-able (in the BT++ settings)
  • Error with an address formatting when used in a link
  • Change MtGox to bitcoinaverage
  • Make it possible to chance the curreny for the BTCUSD bar (in the BT++ settings)
  • Auto-update on Chrome
  • Use HTTPS
  • Display total votes: [+10/37]

Also, please see this poll: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=274252
It is about the disclosure of votes

Good job, JackJack! I will be eagerly anticipating the next update. Let me know if you need a tester!  ;)


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: favdesu on August 16, 2013, 02:39:29 PM
Good job, JackJack! I will be eagerly anticipating the next update. Let me know if you need a tester!  ;)

I'd say we're all beta tester at this point :)


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: gweedo on August 16, 2013, 06:17:13 PM
  • Display total votes: [+10/37]
  • Show rankings of voters: [+10Brand new, -3Sr. members, -5Hero members] (this will not look like this mess)

Can you have your site return them in a JSON format so third party clients can parse them easier?


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: HeroC on August 17, 2013, 01:51:43 PM
  • Display total votes: [+10/37]
  • Show rankings of voters: [+10Brand new, -3Sr. members, -5Hero members] (this will not look like this mess)

Can you have your site return them in a JSON format so third party clients can parse them easier?

What's gweedo thinking... (Are you thinking of something or just for the future?)


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Mitchell on August 17, 2013, 04:36:00 PM
  • Display total votes: [+10/37]
  • Show rankings of voters: [+10Brand new, -3Sr. members, -5Hero members] (this will not look like this mess)

Can you have your site return them in a JSON format so third party clients can parse them easier?

What's gweedo thinking... (Are you thinking of something or just for the future?)
He made his own plugin for Bitcointalk (look at page 7), so I guess he wants to use the JSON format option to implement stuff.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: infested999 on August 17, 2013, 04:58:22 PM
btw, I'd rather see bitcoinaverage.com than gox :)

^^^

Having Mt Gox as the price source seems like the wrong way to go considering the issues people are having with them and getting money out.

But using BitcoinAverage will still be affected by the "fake" Gox price. The only "real" price is the BTC-e latest price.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: gweedo on August 17, 2013, 05:59:23 PM
  • Display total votes: [+10/37]
  • Show rankings of voters: [+10Brand new, -3Sr. members, -5Hero members] (this will not look like this mess)

Can you have your site return them in a JSON format so third party clients can parse them easier?

What's gweedo thinking... (Are you thinking of something or just for the future?)
He made his own plugin for Bitcointalk (look at page 7), so I guess he wants to use the JSON format option to implement stuff.

Yes I created my own chrome extension since I don't like greasemonkey and just wanted the karma script part. So when jackjack implements those more complex things I want to have more control plus it be better than just sending the html at that part.

Here is a plug for my extension it is just the karma part.

https://github.com/italiano40/Bitcoin-Talk-Karma
https://github.com/italiano40/Bitcoin-Talk-Karma/releases/download/0.0.1/bto-plusone.crx

This doesn't auto update yet since it is very much beta.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Mitchell on August 17, 2013, 06:10:23 PM
He made his own plugin for Bitcointalk (look at page 7), so I guess he wants to use the JSON format option to implement stuff.

Yes I created my own chrome extension since I don't like greasemonkey and just wanted the karma script part. So when jackjack implements those more complex things I want to have more control plus it be better than just sending the html at that part.

Here is a plug for my extension it is just the karma part.

https://github.com/italiano40/Bitcoin-Talk-Karma
https://github.com/italiano40/Bitcoin-Talk-Karma/releases/download/0.0.1/bto-plusone.crx

This doesn't auto update yet since it is very much beta.
You don't need to use greasemonkey (or anything like that) on Chrome. Just drag the downloaded file into the "Extension" tab and you are done. Works perfectly for me.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: gweedo on August 17, 2013, 06:15:02 PM
He made his own plugin for Bitcointalk (look at page 7), so I guess he wants to use the JSON format option to implement stuff.

Yes I created my own chrome extension since I don't like greasemonkey and just wanted the karma script part. So when jackjack implements those more complex things I want to have more control plus it be better than just sending the html at that part.

Here is a plug for my extension it is just the karma part.

https://github.com/italiano40/Bitcoin-Talk-Karma
https://github.com/italiano40/Bitcoin-Talk-Karma/releases/download/0.0.1/bto-plusone.crx

This doesn't auto update yet since it is very much beta.
You don't need to use greasemonkey (or anything like that) on Chrome. Just drag the downloaded file into the "Extension" tab and you are done. Works perfectly for me.

I know, but when I started using it the greasemonkey and chrome weren't playing nice together. So I built my own plus I don't want all those extras and just wanted the karama parts. But if the greasemonkey works for you then great!


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Mitchell on August 17, 2013, 06:23:10 PM
He made his own plugin for Bitcointalk (look at page 7), so I guess he wants to use the JSON format option to implement stuff.

Yes I created my own chrome extension since I don't like greasemonkey and just wanted the karma script part. So when jackjack implements those more complex things I want to have more control plus it be better than just sending the html at that part.

Here is a plug for my extension it is just the karma part.

https://github.com/italiano40/Bitcoin-Talk-Karma
https://github.com/italiano40/Bitcoin-Talk-Karma/releases/download/0.0.1/bto-plusone.crx

This doesn't auto update yet since it is very much beta.
You don't need to use greasemonkey (or anything like that) on Chrome. Just drag the downloaded file into the "Extension" tab and you are done. Works perfectly for me.

I know, but when I started using it the greasemonkey and chrome weren't playing nice together. So I built my own plus I don't want all those extras and just wanted the karama parts. But if the greasemonkey works for you then great!
Well I can understand that. This one has a lot of functions. But like I said before, I don't use greasemonkey. Standard Chrome Support ;p


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: jackjack on August 20, 2013, 09:05:26 PM
Good job, JackJack! I will be eagerly anticipating the next update. Let me know if you need a tester!  ;)

I'd say we're all beta tester at this point :)
I'd say that too ;D



btw, I'd rather see bitcoinaverage.com than gox :)

^^^

Having Mt Gox as the price source seems like the wrong way to go considering the issues people are having with them and getting money out.

But using BitcoinAverage will still be affected by the "fake" Gox price. The only "real" price is the BTC-e latest price.
I see what you did there
I'll put an option to choose your BTCUSD source


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: jackjack on August 20, 2013, 11:56:25 PM
Small update with some bug fixes you asked (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=264337.msg2938953#msg2938953)

Left to do:
  • Add 'translate.google.com' support. From https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=266678.0
  • Auto-update on Chrome
  • Use HTTPS
  • Show rankings of voters: [+10Brand new, -3Sr. members, -5Hero members] (this will not look like this mess)

Don't forget the poll: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=274252

Also, you may have seen PHP errors during my server update... Sorry for this.
http://m.friendfeed-media.com/fb633ae2674ef5765c49dcfbc9dc34f62e7013df


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: whiskers75 on August 21, 2013, 08:20:17 AM
Quote
Also, you may have seen PHP errors during my server update... Sorry for this.
http://m.friendfeed-media.com/fb633ae2674ef5765c49dcfbc9dc34f62e7013df

Haha, the same happens here. :P


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Kluge on August 21, 2013, 08:29:20 AM
Ever enter a random thread you don't expect to see your name on?

I've finally made it. 8)


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: jackjack on August 21, 2013, 02:17:29 PM
I added custom tags, for now there are: me, BT++ account (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268435), MNW (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=179944.msg1878442#msg1878442), narayan (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=274749.msg2943896#msg2943896)
Worrying about me giving scammer tags to everyone? You can disable them in the settings page

Quote
Also, you may have seen PHP errors during my server update... Sorry for this.
http://m.friendfeed-media.com/fb633ae2674ef5765c49dcfbc9dc34f62e7013df

Haha, the same happens here. :P
Luckily there are only 15 users!

Ever enter a random thread you don't expect to see your name on?

I've finally made it. 8)
You're now officially in the 'Famous people' group ;D
Famous + Donator, not bad!


  • Display total votes: [+10/37]
  • Show rankings of voters: [+10Brand new, -3Sr. members, -5Hero members] (this will not look like this mess)

Can you have your site return them in a JSON format so third party clients can parse them easier?
Yes:
http://jackjack.alwaysdata.net/btoplusone/note.php?no=21053&json=1&client=thread&clientversion=0.0.1
instead of
http://jackjack.alwaysdata.net/btoplusone/note.php?no=21053

The client parameter is just to make statistics. It's not important but that would be nice if you don't use the same than mine (which is 'official')


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: HeroC on August 21, 2013, 02:47:36 PM
Can the first 100 people to install get the 'BT++ Founder' tag? Or something like that...  :) 

I would also be willing to help hand out passwords if the load gets to big for you. Don't worry, I wont break anything.  ;)


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: favdesu on August 21, 2013, 02:54:54 PM
Can the first 100 people to install get the 'BT++ Founder' tag? Or something like that...  :)

only if you donate 10 BTC :D


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: HeroC on August 21, 2013, 03:02:47 PM
Can the first 100 people to install get the 'BT++ Founder' tag? Or something like that...  :)

only if you donate 10 BTC :D

I wish I had one BTC...


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: jackjack on August 21, 2013, 03:13:53 PM
Can the first 100 people to install get the 'BT++ Founder' tag? Or something like that...  :)

only if you donate 10 BTC :D

I like these kind of ideas ;D
And 50 BTC for 'BT++ VIP'!

More seriously, I'm not even sure this script will ever have 100 users
If so I better change the hosting as right now there are already ~50k hits/day


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Mitchell on August 21, 2013, 03:17:51 PM
I would love a custom tag saying "Faucet Owner" or something like that :O


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: jackjack on August 21, 2013, 03:51:44 PM
Can the first 100 people to install get the 'BT++ Founder' tag? Or something like that...  :) 
I would love a custom tag saying "Faucet Owner" or something like that :O
Oh no, what have I done?? Tag beggers are coming! ;)

Just joking, though I made this system for negative tags, not positive ones. I mainly want to avoid newbies falling for known/potential scams for now.
IMO positive tags are not necessary until there is a decent amount of users.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script
Post by: Mitchell on August 21, 2013, 05:24:33 PM
Can the first 100 people to install get the 'BT++ Founder' tag? Or something like that...  :)  
I would love a custom tag saying "Faucet Owner" or something like that :O
Oh no, what have I done?? Tag beggers are coming! ;)

Just joking, though I made this system for negative tags, not positive ones. I mainly want to avoid newbies falling for known/potential scams for now.
IMO positive tags are not necessary until there is a decent amount of users.
Alrighty and sorry for asking. ;c


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.10
Post by: jackjack on August 21, 2013, 07:48:41 PM
I was only joking! I much prefer receiving many suggestions and interest than not enough ;D
As I told you I will put positive tags once the script reaches enough users


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.10
Post by: Mitchell on August 21, 2013, 07:49:31 PM
I was only joking!
As I told you I will put positive tags once the script reaches enough users
I know. I just wanted to say sorry, because I don't want to look like a beggers or something like that. :P


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.10
Post by: jackjack on August 22, 2013, 07:57:10 PM
If you want me to give spammer/untrustworthy/beware tags to someone, send me (PM or here) username/reference/why

Interesting fact: MNW has +4/4 whereas he as a super dark Ignore button


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.10
Post by: jimmijames73 on August 22, 2013, 10:48:36 PM
Interesting fact: MNW has +4/4 whereas he as a super dark Ignore button

Another interesting fact:  Matthew N. Wright has +4/4 as well and he has been a fairly outspoken and controversial member in the past.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.10
Post by: Kouye on August 22, 2013, 11:36:30 PM
If you want me to give spammer/untrustworthy/beware tags to someone, send me (PM or here) username/reference/why

Interesting fact: MNW has +4/4 whereas he as a super dark Ignore button

I'm sorry, but I really dislike the fact you would be the final judge on those submissions.
As much as I respect you, absolutely trust you, and am thankful for your work, please stay away from spreading durable personal opinion here.

Either remove the "/why" and accept all contributions, or accept none. Posting this to protect you more than anything else.

Again, cheers for all the great work :)


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.11
Post by: jackjack on August 23, 2013, 12:39:27 AM
Interesting fact: MNW has +4/4 whereas he as a super dark Ignore button

Another interesting fact:  Matthew N. Wright has +4/4 as well and he has been a fairly outspoken and controversial member in the past.

MNW == Matthew N. Wright ;D

If you want me to give spammer/untrustworthy/beware tags to someone, send me (PM or here) username/reference/why

Interesting fact: MNW has +4/4 whereas he as a super dark Ignore button

I'm sorry, but I really dislike the fact you would be the final judge on those submissions.
As much as I respect you, absolutely trust you, and am thankful for your work, please stay away from spreading durable personal opinion here.

Either remove the "/why" and accept all contributions, or accept none. Posting this to protect you more than anything else.

Again, cheers for all the great work :)

I'm not sure what bothers you and maybe I wasn't clear enough. (though if I misunderstood you please PM me, it would be clearer using the most beautiful language in the world ;) )
For instance the tag wouldn't be durable nor personal. I would ask people's opinion on this thread beforehand and it would be subject to change.
As for the "why", it was just a synonym to "reference" and rather meaningless. I don't think I'll accept all contributions though. For example I'm thinking about BFL: I won't tag them scammers but a "don't expect their product before next year" tag would be fine IMO.
Also, if discussing with users isn't enough to make everybody confortable with the tags I made the tags hidable (in the settings page, as always).
Finally, the list will soon (in two weeks) be published.

For now 3 people are (negatively) tagged:
  • MNW (as "untrustworthy", only humor though)
  • narayan (as "Attempted code injection on bitcointalk": https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=274749.0)
  • anyroll (as "SCAMMER, Phishing", he launched a fake giveaway then sent a phishing PM ("you won, please login to your account through this link to receive it") to everybody who posted in the thread. The original thread was deleted but I was there and received the phishing PM. This is a thread about the giveaway: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=109468.0)

Anyway, thanks for your post, the script is made to please people so I need this kind of inputs to keep me on the right track :)


PS: Why did you censor the unicorn?!?

PS2: BTW, HTTPS done


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.11
Post by: jimmijames73 on August 23, 2013, 12:47:11 AM
Interesting fact: MNW has +4/4 whereas he as a super dark Ignore button

Another interesting fact:  Matthew N. Wright has +4/4 as well and he has been a fairly outspoken and controversial member in the past.

MNW == Matthew N. Wright ;D


LOL, wow that was a brain freeze on my part.  I didn't put two and two together, think I'll go make an extra strong coffee :D


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.11
Post by: gweedo on August 23, 2013, 12:52:20 AM
Jackjack can't you add a voting on your site? Maybe just put a page that allows one person using their password to vote on if someone deserves a scamming tag or whatever tag.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.11
Post by: Kouye on August 23, 2013, 01:12:14 AM
I'm not sure what bothers you and maybe I wasn't clear enough. (though if I misunderstood you please PM me, it would be clearer using the most beautiful language in the world ;) )

Yeah, let's go for that! ;D

For example I'm thinking about BFL: I won't tag them scammers but a "don't expect their product before next year" tag would be fine IMO.

Voilà, c'est exactement ce qui me dérange. Tu es le seul juge, là. Et comme tu penses que ces pourritures méritent ce tag (à mon avis, ils méritent bien pire, mais ce n'est pas le sujet ;D), tu l'accepteras si quelqu'un le soumets, alors que si à l'époque de ce post :
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=271284.0
Si je t'avais demandé de tager guoweang, tu aurais probablement pris des distances, à juste titre (et à tort, finalement :P)

J'aime bien l'idée que chacun puisse donner son avis, que chacun puisse piocher dans les avis des personnes qu'il estime.
En fait, la seule chose que je n'aime pas dans le système actuel est le fait qu'on nous impose une liste de gens de confiance par défaut, au lieu de nous pousser à la construire nous-même.

J'apprécie cependant qu'on puisse retirer qui on veut de cette liste. L'administrateur principal n'est pas dans ma liste, par exemple, même s'il a de grandes qualités, je pense juste qu'il manque de temps et donc de discernement. ;)

Pour finir, je n'aime pas trop l'idée d'une entité centrale qui propagerait ses sentiments à propos d'un utilisateur. Ce misérable imbécile de Josh doit toujours 1000 BTC à Runeks, par exemple, à moins que j'aie raté un truc. Et il n'a toujours pas été banni par la police locale.

Juste... Décentralisation.

Et je le répète, j'ai une parfaite confiance en toi, et c'est quand tu veux pour une bière ou deux... Mais juste, je suis réticent sur le fait que tu sois le seul à avoir accès à la base des +1/-1, et d'autant plus maintenant, si tu t’octroies le pouvoir de décider qui mérite un tag, et quel tag.

Avec tout mon respect!

PS: Why did you censor the unicorn?!?

People complained to theymos, for NSFW (bullshit) reasons, and he removed my avatar.
So I just threw a coin on it to make it more "on topic", submited back, and was granted approval.



Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.11
Post by: Kouye on August 23, 2013, 01:14:55 AM
yeah, yeah... Just google translate. :P


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.11
Post by: jackjack on August 23, 2013, 01:24:01 AM
Interesting fact: MNW has +4/4 whereas he as a super dark Ignore button

Another interesting fact:  Matthew N. Wright has +4/4 as well and he has been a fairly outspoken and controversial member in the past.

MNW == Matthew N. Wright ;D


LOL, wow that was a brain freeze on my part.  I didn't put two and two together, think I'll go make an extra strong coffee :D
I'm sure it's because you're working too much

Jackjack can't you add a voting on your site? Maybe just put a page that allows one person using their password to vote on if someone deserves a scamming tag or whatever tag.
Would something like this fit?


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.11
Post by: gweedo on August 23, 2013, 01:25:53 AM
Jackjack can't you add a voting on your site? Maybe just put a page that allows one person using their password to vote on if someone deserves a scamming tag or whatever tag.
Would something like this fit?

yes but have a threshold so when like X people mark as scammer then it labels him a scammer, or it brings it to your attention so you can make an executive decision.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.11
Post by: Kouye on August 23, 2013, 01:27:40 AM
so you can make an executive decision.
Which is exactly what I'm trying to convince him not to get into. Having "executive decision" power sucks.
He should just be allowed to give his opinion, as anyone.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.11
Post by: gweedo on August 23, 2013, 02:02:49 AM
so you can make an executive decision.
Which is exactly what I'm trying to convince him not to get into. Having "executive decision" power sucks.
He should just be allowed to give his opinion, as anyone.

But this is his program, and since he has no affiliation with the forum wouldn't be a problem. It would be better if he was hands off, but there's no way to prove he doesn't go into the database and change sometimes. So at the end of the day he will have an executive decision.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.11
Post by: jackjack on August 23, 2013, 02:24:26 AM
Ok I get it, let's get back to English so that everybody can participate ;D

To sum up you want a system like the theymos' one but without a default trust list and easier to use so that people are encouraged to build their trust list.
I'm 100% ok to code that but the problem is that it won't be possible with the current hosting and actually I even doubt any free hosting would be enough.
As I'm still a student for a bit (not long hopefully) I prefer keeping my fiat for paying my flat+cost of living and my BTC just in case.[/baaaaw]
The bottom line is that I can't afford a "real" hosting for now, which makes such a system impossible.

So meanwhile it's either me giving tags with consent of a majority of users or nothing. I understand how this is a problem that I am the final judge but I think it's the better temporary solution. Would giving people veto power to users make the situation better? In any case, trust me, I'd prefer code than discussing who disserve a tag.

Ce misérable imbécile de Josh doit toujours 1000 BTC à Runeks, par exemple, à moins que j'aie raté un truc.
I read about this famous 1000BTC donation he promised to a charity but never checked anything. If it is an established fact that he promised this and never delivered, Josh is a good candidate for a scammer tag IMO!

je suis réticent sur le fait que tu sois le seul à avoir accès à la base des +1/-1
Not for long! The poll seems stuck on the "hidden" option, so the hashed lists are coming soon: everybody will be able to check that his list is genuine

d'autant plus maintenant, si tu t’octroies le pouvoir de décider qui mérite un tag, et quel tag.
Well, I'll discuss tags here and explain why I take each decision so people can chose to hide the tags if they don't agree to my views
As I said earlier I do see the problem though

PS: Why did you censor the unicorn?!?

People complained to theymos, for NSFW (bullshit) reasons, and he removed my avatar.
So I just threw a coin on it to make it more "on topic", submited back, and was granted approval.
Nice workaround!
Name them so that I give them a Censor tag!



Jackjack can't you add a voting on your site? Maybe just put a page that allows one person using their password to vote on if someone deserves a scamming tag or whatever tag.
Would something like this fit?

yes but have a threshold so when like X people mark as scammer then it labels him a scammer, or it brings it to your attention so you can make an executive decision.

I plan to publish the number of scammer votes someone has, so anyone would be able to bring our attention on him

so you can make an executive decision.
Which is exactly what I'm trying to convince him not to get into. Having "executive decision" power sucks.
He should just be allowed to give his opinion, as anyone.

But this is his program, and since he has no affiliation with the forum wouldn't be a problem. It would be better if he was hands off, but there's no way to prove he doesn't go into the database and change sometimes. So at the end of the day he will have an executive decision.

Actually I can(will) publish the hash of voters along with their list of votes so if everyone checks his list then it's proved that I didn't modify votes
The only thing I could do is making sockpuppets


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.11
Post by: tysat on August 23, 2013, 02:24:54 AM
so you can make an executive decision.
Which is exactly what I'm trying to convince him not to get into. Having "executive decision" power sucks.
He should just be allowed to give his opinion, as anyone.

But this is his program, and since he has no affiliation with the forum wouldn't be a problem. It would be better if he was hands off, but there's no way to prove he doesn't go into the database and change sometimes. So at the end of the day he will have an executive decision.

Very solid point there, I'm definitely on the side of it's his program so it's his decision... better to have someone make a final decision than people try to game the system.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.11
Post by: Kouye on August 23, 2013, 02:29:14 AM
Very solid point there, I'm definitely on the side of it's his program so it's his decision... better to have someone make a final decision than people try to game the system.

I'm actually very surprised to see you vouch for a "single man" decision system.
As you seem to understand how *funny* it can be, with all the recent examples.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.11
Post by: Kouye on August 23, 2013, 03:01:03 AM
But this is his program, and since he has no affiliation with the forum wouldn't be a problem. It would be better if he was hands off, but there's no way to prove he doesn't go into the database and change sometimes. So at the end of the day he will have an executive decision.
Of course, he being the one holding the db was the first concern I raised (in pm, beleive it or not), besides from the use of monkey scripts.
Even though I highly trust him.

I voted for a full disclosure on +1/-1 attributions, even though I understand mods fear a war through it.
But if you check trust ratings of users like John or Tomato, you'll understand the war is actually already going.

People don't use the trust system enough, in my opinion.

The best way I can think of would be to

- Allow people to easily, "one click" tiny-trust rating (0.01)
- Allow people to add a ref link to send a "major-trust" rating (0.1)
- On such "ref link", major trust ratings, allow anyone to up or down vote it, making it become either (0.001) or (10), or anything in between (or below, or above, I don't know).

Just add the possibility to report a "ref link", so the mods can check for abuse and take action.
If anyone abuses the report feature, mods can take action too. And we're good!

Pretty much as transactions are safe thanks to the longest block chain, I think this place would be safe if everyone could single click a trust confirmation, cheaters would have no way to "double-trust".

Or maybe I'm just completely underestimating cheaters.






Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.11
Post by: Kouye on August 23, 2013, 03:13:44 AM
To sum up you want a system like the theymos' one but without a default trust list and easier to use so that people are encouraged to build their trust list.

Exactly. Easy to use, not confined to people who care.

So meanwhile it's either me giving tags with consent of a majority of users or nothing. I understand how this is a problem that I am the final judge but I think it's the better temporary solution. Would giving people veto power to users make the situation better? In any case, trust me, I'd prefer code than discussing who disserve a tag.
Too tired to think about this tag attribution for now, going to bed just after that (I'm on vacations, but you know what time it is, too... ;D)


I read about this famous 1000BTC donation he promised to a charity but never checked anything. If it is an established fact that he promised this and never delivered, Josh is a good candidate for a scammer tag IMO!
No, I'm talking about another bet with someone else, on that forum, a bet that he lost. But strange as it seems, Runeks didn't claim his due BTC, so I might be missing some pieces.
Don't tag Josh, yet, please. Or just with a "Swearing & stealing child" one. ;D

Et... Dodo.  :)


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.11
Post by: jackjack on August 23, 2013, 03:47:51 AM
he being the one holding the db was the first concern I raised (in pm, beleive it or not)
I confirm!

I voted for a full disclosure on +1/-1 attributions, even though I understand mods fear a war through it.
But if you check trust ratings of users like John or Tomato, you'll understand the war is actually already going.

People don't use the trust system enough, in my opinion.

The best way I can think of would be to

- Allow people to easily, "one click" tiny-trust rating (0.01)
- Allow people to add a ref link to send a "major-trust" rating (0.1)
- On such "ref link", major trust ratings, allow anyone to up or down vote it, making it become either (0.001) or (10), or anything in between (or below, or above, I don't know).

Just add the possibility to report a "ref link", so the mods can check for abuse and take action.
If anyone abuses the report feature, mods can take action too. And we're good!

Pretty much as transactions are safe thanks to the longest block chain, I think this place would be safe if everyone could single click a trust confirmation, cheaters would have no way to "double-trust".

Or maybe I'm just completely underestimating cheaters.
"the mods"? You mean me? The point is I'm not sure I want to take time to moderate this.
Also, as far as I understand what you propose, it seems everybody would trust everybody. I don't think that's a good thing because yes I fear we underestimate cheaters.


So meanwhile it's either me giving tags with consent of a majority of users or nothing. I understand how this is a problem that I am the final judge but I think it's the better temporary solution. Would giving people veto power to users make the situation better? In any case, trust me, I'd prefer code than discussing who disserve a tag.
Too tired to think about this tag attribution for now, going to bed just after that (I'm on vacations, but you know what time it is, too... ;D)
Yeah I shouldn't be coding at that time... Nor replying to anything.

I read about this famous 1000BTC donation he promised to a charity but never checked anything. If it is an established fact that he promised this and never delivered, Josh is a good candidate for a scammer tag IMO!
No, I'm talking about another bet with someone else, on that forum, a bet that he lost. But strange as it seems, Runeks didn't claim his due BTC, so I might be missing some pieces.
Don't tag Josh, yet, please. Or just with a "Swearing & stealing child" one. ;D

Et... Dodo.  :)
I'll look at this bet then.
No, I won't tag him yet don't worry.



AND... The lists!
Please confirm that you found your list and that it is ok (and that it change when you change your votes!)
http://jackjack.alwaysdata.net/btoplusone/voteslist.php
(the order is random)


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.11
Post by: Raize on August 23, 2013, 04:34:50 AM
I read about this famous 1000BTC donation he promised to a charity but never checked anything. If it is an established fact that he promised this and never delivered, Josh is a good candidate for a scammer tag IMO!

BFL did a 1k BTC charity donation. Josh had a 1k side bet with runeks. I can confirm it was taken care of. In fact, I promised I would donate to the BFL charity if it was proven he had settled with runeks, and runeks has confirmed this with me and I subsequently donated.

I'm not a fan of many of the things Inaba says, but he has been honorable regarding that 1k BTC bet and I don't think it's right for him to take flak from it. There are any number of things to be upset with Josh or BFL about, but this is not one of those things.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.11
Post by: Kluge on August 23, 2013, 06:09:45 AM
This could be a very interesting experiment in decentralized/plural forum management.

Someone's (sorry, can't remember name) working on a script which'd utterly eliminate all traces of an ignored person on this forum for the user.

Combining some of the projects in this thread with that, there could be a completely new user management regime, and allow multiple regimes to exist on one forum. This could allow all sorts of filters on users. For example, there could be a list which bans people who regularly advertise, a list which bans people who sell certain dubious goods/services, a list of people who turn everything into a political argument, a list which bans people who talk very technically, etc. It would probably also be feasible to eliminate the posts of people meeting certain "hard" criteria, such as activity count. These can be tailored quite precisely to what a person wants and doesn't want to see, whereas management in forums now generally forces an admin to either allow everyone to see the persons post, or ban him, and nobody sees his posts.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.11
Post by: theymos on August 23, 2013, 06:35:57 AM
Combining some of the projects in this thread with that, there could be a completely new user management regime, and allow multiple regimes to exist on one forum. This could allow all sorts of filters on users. For example, there could be a list which bans people who regularly advertise, a list which bans people who sell certain dubious goods/services, a list of people who turn everything into a political argument, a list which bans people who talk very technically, etc. It would probably also be feasible to eliminate the posts of people meeting certain "hard" criteria, such as activity count. These can be tailored quite precisely to what a person wants and doesn't want to see, whereas management in forums now generally forces an admin to either allow everyone to see the persons post, or ban him, and nobody sees his posts.

I'd eventually like to eliminate most moderation and replace it with web of trust rating/ignore systems so you can choose whether you want to see trolling, profanity, etc. by modifying your trust lists. This is the sort of thing that pretty much requires a forum rewrite, though: it's totally against SMF's nature.

Global ratings like Bitcointalk++ aren't usefully scalable. It's too difficult to prevent (and even define) abuse as the number of users increases. Some sort of WoT is needed.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.11
Post by: Kluge on August 23, 2013, 07:44:53 AM
Combining some of the projects in this thread with that, there could be a completely new user management regime, and allow multiple regimes to exist on one forum. This could allow all sorts of filters on users. For example, there could be a list which bans people who regularly advertise, a list which bans people who sell certain dubious goods/services, a list of people who turn everything into a political argument, a list which bans people who talk very technically, etc. It would probably also be feasible to eliminate the posts of people meeting certain "hard" criteria, such as activity count. These can be tailored quite precisely to what a person wants and doesn't want to see, whereas management in forums now generally forces an admin to either allow everyone to see the persons post, or ban him, and nobody sees his posts.

I'd eventually like to eliminate most moderation and replace it with web of trust rating/ignore systems so you can choose whether you want to see trolling, profanity, etc. by modifying your trust lists. This is the sort of thing that pretty much requires a forum rewrite, though: it's totally against SMF's nature.

Global ratings like Bitcointalk++ aren't usefully scalable. It's too difficult to prevent (and even define) abuse as the number of users increases. Some sort of WoT is needed.
By incorporating a "plural moderation" script (this isn't being developed, afaik, but seems like an obvious extension from the ignore+ script and the OP script), this could allow multiple lists narrowly defining "abuse," or anything else someone may not want to read. Lists would be maintained by one or a few people who go through posts and mark certain posters with tags. With the ignore script, this could remove threads and posts from users with certain tags, based on what the user individually chooses to filter out. Posts may be able to be tagged individually, too, if someone feels up to it. For example, "dubious investments" could be a tag, and the moderators of that list could remove those threads from the forum without "the forum" needing to do any moderation on its part.

So, for example, let's say someone wanted to remove-from-view people who use referral links. Let's call the list "referral link spam." There would be 1-5 moderators of the list with mod credentials who could click a button next to a person's post (or through adding them manually), including brief reasoning for the inclusion in the list. This would tag them with "referral link spam" and remove their posts and threads from users' view who decide to exclude posts from people tagged with "referral link spam."

From a user perspective, you could choose whichever lists you want, based on both the criteria and moderators maintaining the list (there could be competing moderators for multiple lists removing posts meeting the same criteria if someone distrusts a particular group's judgment). So let's say the lists are:
*Spambots
*BFL shills
*anti-BFL shills
*libertaritards
*dubious investments
*Jews

A user could go into the extension or script settings and simply check off whichever groups of people they don't want - maybe BFL shills, Jews, and libertaritards. Anyone (or any post) with any of those tags would be removed from that user's view. The most important benefit from this, I'd think, is that it gets around the dichotomy of abuser or non-abuser, and allows people to really choose what kind of experience they get out of BTCTalk. The service may or may not benefit from incorporating a charge system for access to a particular list, the fees of which might go toward paying the moderators of the list.

Re-reading this, it doesn't seem particularly clear. I can draw some mockups if it's too confusing (I'd prefer not to, though).


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.11
Post by: TradeFortress on August 23, 2013, 09:41:04 AM
This is best done through a rework towards the forum for performance reasons.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.12
Post by: whiskers75 on August 23, 2013, 01:15:28 PM
Yay, tags!

You don't know what you've done. I implemented tags on whiskchat and now EVERYBODY WANTS THEM!


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.12
Post by: escrow.ms on August 23, 2013, 01:22:50 PM
Thanks for adding Bitcoin INR rate.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.12
Post by: Mitchell on August 23, 2013, 01:54:16 PM
What sources can I use for the BitCoin Price?


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.12
Post by: escrow.ms on August 23, 2013, 02:08:07 PM
What sources can I use for the BitCoin Price?
Source for Bitcoin price (mtgox/btcavg/btce) (default=mtgox)

btcavg = http://bitcoinaverage.com/


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.12
Post by: Mitchell on August 23, 2013, 02:13:44 PM
What sources can I use for the BitCoin Price?
Source for Bitcoin price (mtgox/btcavg/btce) (default=mtgox)

btcavg = http://bitcoinaverage.com/
I do not see that list ;o
Thanks! This is a lot better.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.12
Post by: favdesu on August 23, 2013, 02:27:38 PM
What sources can I use for the BitCoin Price?
Source for Bitcoin price (mtgox/btcavg/btce) (default=mtgox)

btcavg = http://bitcoinaverage.com/
I do not see that list ;o
Thanks! This is a lot better.

you can't see the settings page?


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.12
Post by: Mitchell on August 23, 2013, 02:28:42 PM
I do not see that list ;o
Thanks! This is a lot better.

you can't see the settings page?
I can see the settings page but not:
"Source for Bitcoin price (mtgox/btcavg/btce) (default=mtgox)"

I only see:
"Source for Bitcoin price (default=mtgox)"

I downloaded the newest script 2 days ago, so I guess I am up-to-date. Or I missed a new update post.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.12
Post by: favdesu on August 23, 2013, 02:30:33 PM
I only see:
"Source for Bitcoin price (default=mtgox)"

that's really strange. did you upgrade the script recently (today) ?


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.12
Post by: jackjack on August 23, 2013, 02:38:51 PM
I'm coding, I don't have the time to post long answers
When in doubt, look at the OP, I try to keep it updated
As for this specific matter, the settings link has been moved and the OP contains a screenshot


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.12
Post by: Mitchell on August 23, 2013, 02:41:22 PM
I only see:
"Source for Bitcoin price (default=mtgox)"

that's really strange. did you upgrade the script recently (today) ?
Nope, 2 days ago. Will download the newest version in a bit.
UPDATED. Works now.

I'm coding, I don't have the time to post long answers
When in doubt, look at the OP, I try to keep it updated
As for this specific matter, the settings link has been moved and the OP contains a screenshot
The new update looks great! But what is "Format of note display (note/pctnote/pctplus) (default=note)"?


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.12
Post by: jackjack on August 23, 2013, 02:52:42 PM
Ok, I finished coding

Combining some of the projects in this thread with that, there could be a completely new user management regime, and allow multiple regimes to exist on one forum. This could allow all sorts of filters on users. For example, there could be a list which bans people who regularly advertise, a list which bans people who sell certain dubious goods/services, a list of people who turn everything into a political argument, a list which bans people who talk very technically, etc. It would probably also be feasible to eliminate the posts of people meeting certain "hard" criteria, such as activity count. These can be tailored quite precisely to what a person wants and doesn't want to see, whereas management in forums now generally forces an admin to either allow everyone to see the persons post, or ban him, and nobody sees his posts.

I'd eventually like to eliminate most moderation and replace it with web of trust rating/ignore systems so you can choose whether you want to see trolling, profanity, etc. by modifying your trust lists. This is the sort of thing that pretty much requires a forum rewrite, though: it's totally against SMF's nature.

Global ratings like Bitcointalk++ aren't usefully scalable. It's too difficult to prevent (and even define) abuse as the number of users increases. Some sort of WoT is needed.
By incorporating a "plural moderation" script (this isn't being developed, afaik, but seems like an obvious extension from the ignore+ script and the OP script), this could allow multiple lists narrowly defining "abuse," or anything else someone may not want to read. Lists would be maintained by one or a few people who go through posts and mark certain posters with tags. With the ignore script, this could remove threads and posts from users with certain tags, based on what the user individually chooses to filter out. Posts may be able to be tagged individually, too, if someone feels up to it. For example, "dubious investments" could be a tag, and the moderators of that list could remove those threads from the forum without "the forum" needing to do any moderation on its part.

So, for example, let's say someone wanted to remove-from-view people who use referral links. Let's call the list "referral link spam." There would be 1-5 moderators of the list with mod credentials who could click a button next to a person's post (or through adding them manually), including brief reasoning for the inclusion in the list. This would tag them with "referral link spam" and remove their posts and threads from users' view who decide to exclude posts from people tagged with "referral link spam."

From a user perspective, you could choose whichever lists you want, based on both the criteria and moderators maintaining the list (there could be competing moderators for multiple lists removing posts meeting the same criteria if someone distrusts a particular group's judgment). So let's say the lists are:
*Spambots
*BFL shills
*anti-BFL shills
*libertaritards
*dubious investments
*Jews

A user could go into the extension or script settings and simply check off whichever groups of people they don't want - maybe BFL shills, Jews, and libertaritards. Anyone (or any post) with any of those tags would be removed from that user's view. The most important benefit from this, I'd think, is that it gets around the dichotomy of abuser or non-abuser, and allows people to really choose what kind of experience they get out of BTCTalk. The service may or may not benefit from incorporating a charge system for access to a particular list, the fees of which might go toward paying the moderators of the list.

Re-reading this, it doesn't seem particularly clear. I can draw some mockups if it's too confusing (I'd prefer not to, though).
That would indeed be something great to implement
Too much work for 18 users though, but if the script becomes somewhat popular and if people want it I can look at that


Thanks for adding Bitcoin INR rate.
It's not me, it's the source you chosen that supports it, the script only asks them what you asked it :)


I only see:
"Source for Bitcoin price (default=mtgox)"

that's really strange. did you upgrade the script recently (today) ?
Nope, 2 days ago. Will download the newest version in a bit.
UPDATED. Works now.

I'm coding, I don't have the time to post long answers
When in doubt, look at the OP, I try to keep it updated
As for this specific matter, the settings link has been moved and the OP contains a screenshot
The new update looks great! But what is "Format of note display (note/pctnote/pctplus) (default=note)"?
Try!
note is +2/4
pctnote is +50% (= score/total votes)
pctplus is +75% (= number of +1 votes/total votes)



I think Chrome users will appreciate this: http://jackjack.alwaysdata.net/btoplusone/btpp_0.1.15.crx
This crx includes auto-updates, which get the source directly from userscripts.org


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.12
Post by: favdesu on August 23, 2013, 02:54:48 PM
honestly, I use chrome too, but you should advertise tampermonkey and not the unfiltered addon. Tampermonkey is as a sandbox more secure!


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.15
Post by: jackjack on August 23, 2013, 02:59:27 PM
honestly, I use chrome too, but you should advertise tampermonkey and not the unfiltered addon. Tampermonkey is as a sandbox more secure!
Tampermonkey users use http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/174546 so I can't specifically advertise it, people already know it exists as it was the only way to get the script


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.15
Post by: Mitchell on August 23, 2013, 03:07:18 PM
Ok, I finished coding

I only see:
"Source for Bitcoin price (default=mtgox)"

that's really strange. did you upgrade the script recently (today) ?
Nope, 2 days ago. Will download the newest version in a bit.
UPDATED. Works now.

I'm coding, I don't have the time to post long answers
When in doubt, look at the OP, I try to keep it updated
As for this specific matter, the settings link has been moved and the OP contains a screenshot
The new update looks great! But what is "Format of note display (note/pctnote/pctplus) (default=note)"?
Try!
note is +2/4
pctnote is +50% (= score/total votes)
pctplus is +75% (= number of +1 votes/total votes)



I think Chrome users will appreciate this: http://jackjack.alwaysdata.net/btoplusone/btpp_0.1.15.crx
This crx includes auto-updates, which get the source directly from userscripts.org
Ah I see. Very handy!


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.15
Post by: jackjack on August 23, 2013, 09:36:19 PM
In version 0.1.16:

http://img11.hostingpics.net/pics/381706uptodate.png


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.16
Post by: tysat on August 23, 2013, 09:56:50 PM
I don't know if this has been covered or not yet, but I don't remember it...

Are settings stored locally?  I'm assuming so, because I use a few different computers and it seems like it's not carrying over.  Just want to double check.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.16
Post by: Mitchell on August 23, 2013, 09:57:30 PM
Well I have the chrome version, so it should auto-update right?

Btw. it would be a good idea to display the version of the plugin at the BT++ Settings page.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.16
Post by: jackjack on August 23, 2013, 10:06:29 PM
I don't know if this has been covered or not yet, but I don't remember it...

Are settings stored locally?  I'm assuming so, because I use a few different computers and it seems like it's not carrying over.  Just want to double check.
I don't think I ever said it, yes they are stored locally.

In version 0.1.16:

Well I have the chrome version, so it should auto-update right?

Btw. it would be a good idea to display the version of the plugin at the BT++ Settings page.
Yes, but the auto-update time is several hours on Chrome
Adding it right now Added (0.1.17)


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.16
Post by: Mitchell on August 23, 2013, 10:09:27 PM
I don't know if this has been covered or not yet, but I don't remember it...

Are settings stored locally?  I'm assuming so, because I use a few different computers and it seems like it's not carrying over.  Just want to double check.
I don't think I ever said it, yes they are stored locally.

In version 0.1.16:

Well I have the chrome version, so it should auto-update right?

Btw. it would be a good idea to display the version of the plugin at the BT++ Settings page.
Yes, but the auto-update time is several hours on Chrome
Adding it right now
Still good enough. It means that I don't have to worry about that ;p


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.17
Post by: Evolyn on August 24, 2013, 01:21:48 AM
just updated to 0.1.18, keeps showing me out of date while no new update found, using firefox+greasemonkey


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.17
Post by: jackjack on August 24, 2013, 01:47:06 AM
just updated to 0.1.18, keeps showing me out of date while no new update found, using firefox+greasemonkey
It should refresh every 5 pages loaded or so
But it doesn't, I just tried
Thanks for reporting that


The problem was server-side, it's solved now
The * should disappear once you load about 5 more pages, it works for me


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.18
Post by: Mitchell on August 24, 2013, 08:09:51 AM
Auto update works and the "*" disappeared.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.18
Post by: jackjack on August 24, 2013, 10:58:09 AM
Great, I always prefer when someone else confirms it works!

Also, if you see spelling or grammatical or vocabulary mistakes I'd be very happy to correct them
I know how unprofessional something can look when bad translated


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.18
Post by: Mitchell on August 24, 2013, 11:58:09 AM
Great, I always prefer when someone else confirms it works!

Also, if you see spelling or grammatical or vocabulary mistakes I'd be very happy to correct them
I know how unprofessional something can look when bad translated
Will do. If you want translated versions I can provide a German and Dutch translation if you give me a list with all the strings.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.18
Post by: jackjack on August 24, 2013, 12:08:44 PM
By the way, I meant "poorly translated" ;D

I didn't think about translating to other languages, is it really useful as bitcointalk is in english?


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.18
Post by: DiamondCardz on August 24, 2013, 12:13:36 PM
By the way, I meant "poorly translated" ;D

I didn't think about translating to other languages, is it really useful as bitcointalk is in english?

Well, there are a whole lot of active "Local" forums...


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.18
Post by: Mitchell on August 24, 2013, 12:37:15 PM
By the way, I meant "poorly translated" ;D

I didn't think about translating to other languages, is it really useful as bitcointalk is in english?
I know, but I just wanted to offer you that service.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.18
Post by: /dev/null on August 24, 2013, 12:40:16 PM
How can i use it on opera? and -1   >:(


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.18
Post by: jackjack on August 24, 2013, 12:44:24 PM
By the way, I meant "poorly translated" ;D

I didn't think about translating to other languages, is it really useful as bitcointalk is in english?

Well, there are a whole lot of active "Local" forums...
I'm talking about the bitcointalk interface
No problem for me if you want translations


By the way, I meant "poorly translated" ;D

I didn't think about translating to other languages, is it really useful as bitcointalk is in english?
I know, but I just wanted to offer you that service.
And I appreciate it! :)
I just wanted to be sure it's useful before asking you to do something


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.18
Post by: DiamondCardz on August 24, 2013, 01:02:17 PM
By the way, I meant "poorly translated" ;D

I didn't think about translating to other languages, is it really useful as bitcointalk is in english?

Well, there are a whole lot of active "Local" forums...
I'm talking about the bitcointalk interface
No problem for me if you want translations

Yeah, I know, I just mean it would be quite useful if the interface is translated.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.18
Post by: jackjack on August 24, 2013, 01:11:41 PM
By the way, I meant "poorly translated" ;D

I didn't think about translating to other languages, is it really useful as bitcointalk is in english?

Well, there are a whole lot of active "Local" forums...
I'm talking about the bitcointalk interface
No problem for me if you want translations

Yeah, I know, I just mean it would be quite useful if the interface is translated.


Indeed I can even translate the whole Bitcointalk.
I can do it if you guys want it. I can do French. Maybe German and Dutch if bitcoininformation is ok to do it.

How can i use it on opera? and -1   >:(
http://ooiks.com/blog/mousehunt-autobot/install-uninstall-user-script-on-opera
or
http://javascript.about.com/od/bookmarklets/a/opuser.htm
What do you mean -1? You have +1


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.18
Post by: Mitchell on August 24, 2013, 01:17:17 PM
Yeah, I know, I just mean it would be quite useful if the interface is translated.


Indeed I can even translate the whole Bitcointalk.
I can do it if you guys want it. I can do French. Maybe German and Dutch if bitcoininformation is ok to do it.
Yeah sure. If you provide a list with strings that need to be translated ;p


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.18
Post by: jackjack on August 24, 2013, 01:38:33 PM
Yeah, I know, I just mean it would be quite useful if the interface is translated.


Indeed I can even translate the whole Bitcointalk.
I can do it if you guys want it. I can do French. Maybe German and Dutch if bitcoininformation is ok to do it.
Yeah sure. If you provide a list with strings that need to be translated ;p

This would be a good start when you have some free time I think
Just paste your sentences in the same order and leave an empty line if you don't know/don't want/aren't sure about the answer
I will take care of it later
Thanks

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Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.18
Post by: jackjack on August 24, 2013, 01:39:23 PM
I think I will apply this suggestion: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=280481.0 (thread title should link to most recent post)

Anybody against it?


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.18
Post by: Mitchell on August 24, 2013, 01:41:32 PM
I think I will apply this suggestion: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=280481.0 (thread title should link to most recent post)

Anybody against it?
I am against it. I want to be able to read the first post if I haven't read the topic and not instantly skip to the last one.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.18
Post by: Mitchell on August 24, 2013, 01:42:51 PM
And something is wrong with the plugin. When I try to full edit my post the text just vanishes.

There is a TamperMonkey for Opera btw. I will start working on the list, first Dutch. Then German.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.18
Post by: jackjack on August 24, 2013, 01:46:18 PM
I think I will apply this suggestion: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=280481.0 (thread title should link to most recent post)

Anybody against it?
I am against it. I want to be able to read the first post if I haven't read the topic and not instantly skip to the last one.
I would have added a smaill image like this one: https://bitcointalk.org/Themes/custom1/images/english/new.gif
I'll make it a setting then.

And something is wrong with the plugin. When I try to full edit my post the text just vanishes.

There is a TamperMonkey for Opera btw. I will start working on the list, first Dutch. Then German.
That just happened to me as well.
Theymos should be messing with the html. I really don't see how it is even possible though, I'll check that out.
Nope, I found out why and it's my fault. But it should have been doing this from the beginning... Well anyway it's solved now, the update is published.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.19
Post by: Mitchell on August 24, 2013, 02:16:21 PM
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Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.18
Post by: /dev/null on August 24, 2013, 02:20:14 PM

http://ooiks.com/blog/mousehunt-autobot/install-uninstall-user-script-on-opera
or
http://javascript.about.com/od/bookmarklets/a/opuser.htm
What do you mean -1? You have +1

Thanks and i thought i have -1
http://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/772434btovisuel.png


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.19
Post by: Mitchell on August 24, 2013, 02:29:22 PM
http://i.snag.gy/jUniw.jpg (http://i.snag.gy/jUniw.jpg)


I think this is an error. Why have it twice?


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.19
Post by: jackjack on August 24, 2013, 10:54:11 PM

http://ooiks.com/blog/mousehunt-autobot/install-uninstall-user-script-on-opera
or
http://javascript.about.com/od/bookmarklets/a/opuser.htm
What do you mean -1? You have +1

Thanks and i thought i have -1
http://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/772434btovisuel.png
Not anymore :)
I think Peter has now -3 though

Here is the Dutch list. I will let you know when I change something on that list:

Donations can be made to the donation address in my signature.
Thanks a lot
There's not enough money on the BT++ address to donate to translators
I'll put them in the donation page though

http://i.snag.gy/jUniw.jpg (http://i.snag.gy/jUniw.jpg)

I think this is an error. Why have it twice?
I really think theymos modified the html because I definitely never saw such a thing (though I do now)
I'll repair this soon


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.19
Post by: Mitchell on August 24, 2013, 11:22:14 PM
Here is the Dutch list. I will let you know when I change something on that list:

Donations can be made to the donation address in my signature.
Thanks a lot
There's not enough money on the BT++ address to donate to translators
I'll put them in the donation page though
Thanks dude, but you don't have to if you don't want to. A donation address is just as it is, a donation address. I don't expect you to donate something, nor do I expect it from anyone else. Just wanted to add that sentence in case someone wishes to donate.

http://i.snag.gy/jUniw.jpg (http://i.snag.gy/jUniw.jpg)

I think this is an error. Why have it twice?
I really think theymos modified the html because I definitely never saw such a thing (though I do now)
I'll repair this soon
I never got it before, so I really don't know how it happened. Just wanted to let you know.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.19
Post by: jackjack on August 24, 2013, 11:29:50 PM
Here is the Dutch list. I will let you know when I change something on that list:

Donations can be made to the donation address in my signature.
Thanks a lot
There's not enough money on the BT++ address to donate to translators
I'll put them in the donation page though
Thanks dude, but you don't have to if you don't want to. A donation address is just as it is, a donation address. I don't expect you to donate something, nor do I expect it from anyone else. Just wanted to add that sentence in case someone wishes to donate.

http://i.snag.gy/jUniw.jpg (http://i.snag.gy/jUniw.jpg)

I think this is an error. Why have it twice?
I really think theymos modified the html because I definitely never saw such a thing (though I do now)
I'll repair this soon
I never got it before, so I really don't know how it happened. Just wanted to let you know.
I know but it was planned, that's the least I can do! It would be rather unfair to put translations but not their authors.

As for the bug I know what happened: the trigger for "Put the smileys block" is the text "you can use bulletin board code and smileys as you would in a normal post" (ie the small text next to the Quick Reply form)
And as I wrote this exact text in one of my post to tell you I want it translated, the script sees it in the Preview page whereas it doesn't in "normal" thread
Well, I'm not sure I'm clear but the bottom line is that I'll solve that


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.19
Post by: Mitchell on August 24, 2013, 11:32:01 PM
Thanks dude, but you don't have to if you don't want to. A donation address is just as it is, a donation address. I don't expect you to donate something, nor do I expect it from anyone else. Just wanted to add that sentence in case someone wishes to donate.

I really think theymos modified the html because I definitely never saw such a thing (though I do now)
I'll repair this soon
I never got it before, so I really don't know how it happened. Just wanted to let you know.
I know but it was planned, that's the least I can do! It would be rather unfair to put translations but not their authors.

As for the bug I know what happened: the trigger for "Put the smileys block" is the text "you can use bulletin board code and smileys as you would in a normal post" (ie the small text next to the Quick Reply form)
And as I wrote this exact text in one of my post to tell you I want it translated, the script sees it in the Preview page whereas it doesn't in "normal" thread
Well, I'm not sure I'm clear but the bottom line is that I'll solve that

Well, non-the-less it's very kind of you.
And oh god, that is one very funny bug xD


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.20
Post by: jackjack on August 25, 2013, 12:07:34 AM
Funny and solved now!
I think some similar bugs are still there though but well we'll see that later

By the way, about the "go to last page" link, I meant "go to last read post"...


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.20
Post by: Mitchell on August 25, 2013, 12:11:33 AM
Funny and solved now!
I think some similar bugs are still there though but well we'll see that later
Yeah. Already thought so because I saw the "*". If I see anything else I will let you know.

I do have an idea by the way, I don't know if it's possible but whatever. :P
How about creating an option to set a signature for PM's. I haven't found the option on BitCoinTalk (I could be blind) and I think some people (like me) would have great advantage of it. I don't like that I need to sign my PM's constantly.
You could check if someone pressed the "Send Message" button and just append it to the body of the text.
An on/off option for this would be useful too


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.20
Post by: jackjack on August 25, 2013, 12:32:25 AM
I just made the thread links pointing to the last read post by default because I read several times this behavior was wanted. If you don't want it you can still change the corresponding setting.


I do have an idea by the way, I don't know if it's possible but whatever. :P
How about creating an option to set a signature for PM's. I haven't found the option on BitCoinTalk (I could be blind) and I think some people (like me) would have great advantage of it. I don't like that I need to sign my PM's constantly.
You could check if someone pressed the "Send Message" button and just append it to the body of the text.
An on/off option for this would be useful too
I'll see what I can do. Though I'm sure that I don't want to mess with data once people hit Send!
I can add something like what is currently done for posts: "Text automatically added in your posts (default=)"


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.20
Post by: Mitchell on August 25, 2013, 12:33:31 AM
I just made the thread links pointing to the last read post by default because I read several times this behavior was wanted. If you don't want it you can still change the corresponding setting.


I do have an idea by the way, I don't know if it's possible but whatever. :P
How about creating an option to set a signature for PM's. I haven't found the option on BitCoinTalk (I could be blind) and I think some people (like me) would have great advantage of it. I don't like that I need to sign my PM's constantly.
You could check if someone pressed the "Send Message" button and just append it to the body of the text.
An on/off option for this would be useful too
I'll see what I can do. Though I'm sure that I don't want to mess with data once people hit Send!
I can add something like what is currently done for posts: "Text automatically added in your posts (default=)"
That would be a great alternative!


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.22
Post by: jackjack on August 25, 2013, 01:01:06 AM
I just made the thread links pointing to the last read post by default because I read several times this behavior was wanted. If you don't want it you can still change the corresponding setting.


I do have an idea by the way, I don't know if it's possible but whatever. :P
How about creating an option to set a signature for PM's. I haven't found the option on BitCoinTalk (I could be blind) and I think some people (like me) would have great advantage of it. I don't like that I need to sign my PM's constantly.
You could check if someone pressed the "Send Message" button and just append it to the body of the text.
An on/off option for this would be useful too
I'll see what I can do. Though I'm sure that I don't want to mess with data once people hit Send!
I can add something like what is currently done for posts: "Text automatically added in your posts (default=)"
That would be a great alternative!
Done
+
The "current: " text in settings updates itself as soon as you validate the new value
+
The '*' below links to this thread (last read post)
http://img11.hostingpics.net/pics/381706uptodate.png


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.22
Post by: Mitchell on August 25, 2013, 01:04:56 AM
I'll see what I can do. Though I'm sure that I don't want to mess with data once people hit Send!
I can add something like what is currently done for posts: "Text automatically added in your posts (default=)"
That would be a great alternative!
Done
+
The "current: " text in settings updates itself as soon as you validate the new value
+
The '*' below links to this thread (last read post)
http://img11.hostingpics.net/pics/381706uptodate.png
That are some great updates! Now I just have to wait until auto-update kicks in.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.22
Post by: jackjack on August 25, 2013, 01:38:03 AM
That are some great updates! Now I just have to wait until auto-update kicks in.
I'm glad this pleases you :)


Is it better to make the list of voters public or private?


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.22
Post by: Mitchell on August 25, 2013, 01:53:44 AM
That are some great updates! Now I just have to wait until auto-update kicks in.
I'm glad this pleases you :)


Is it better to make the list of voters public or private?
What do you mean with voters? If you mean the +1 or -1 thingy's, I am still for public.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.22
Post by: jackjack on August 25, 2013, 01:55:26 AM
That are some great updates! Now I just have to wait until auto-update kicks in.
I'm glad this pleases you :)


Is it better to make the list of voters public or private?
What do you mean with voters? If you mean the +1 or -1 thingy's, I am still for public.

Nope, this vote is closed and those lists will stay hidden ;D
I mean just publishing the name of the voters, like this:
Code:
jackjack
bitcoininformation
escrow.ms
etc...

Maybe we're not enough (20) to do this though


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.22
Post by: Mitchell on August 25, 2013, 01:58:01 AM
That are some great updates! Now I just have to wait until auto-update kicks in.
I'm glad this pleases you :)


Is it better to make the list of voters public or private?
What do you mean with voters? If you mean the +1 or -1 thingy's, I am still for public.

Nope, this vote is closed and those lists will stay hidden ;D
I mean just publishing the name of the voters, like this:
Code:
jackjack
bitcoininformation
escrow.ms
etc...

Maybe we're not enough (20) to do this though
Well I don't care if my name gets published. I only give ratings when I think someone deserves it.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.22
Post by: HeroC on August 25, 2013, 01:59:26 AM
That are some great updates! Now I just have to wait until auto-update kicks in.
I'm glad this pleases you :)


Is it better to make the list of voters public or private?
What do you mean with voters? If you mean the +1 or -1 thingy's, I am still for public.

Nope, this vote is closed and those lists will stay hidden ;D
I mean just publishing the name of the voters, like this:
Code:
jackjack
bitcoininformation
escrow.ms
etc...

Maybe we're not enough (20) to do this though

Do it anyway. It is neat to see.  No objections.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.22
Post by: Evolyn on August 25, 2013, 02:24:40 AM
at the moment its easy to assign hashs (i didn't check to simply hash usernames because i guess they're salted) to users (at least i'm thinking this, just tried for two ^.^)

just check someones stats and habbits where someone gains activity/posts and compare what users appear in these threads :x guess when more users use this script, it becomes more difficult but still possible with enough effort and time.

i did not look into the source to check if there are other easy ways to pull the informations.

imho you can show usernames (if someone wants to know the user(s), he can with a bit of effort) or hide even the censored list.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.22
Post by: Mitchell on August 25, 2013, 01:52:04 PM
When I get an error while sending an PM and go back to edit my PM or wait until I can send it, my message disappears. This happens most likely because you replace the text inside the field.
It might be a good idea to check if the field is empty and if not append it to the end / not add it at all.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.22
Post by: jackjack on August 25, 2013, 02:03:26 PM
When I get an error while sending an PM and go back to edit my PM or wait until I can send it, my message disappears. This happens most likely because you replace the text inside the field.
It might be a good idea to check if the field is empty and if not append it to the end / not add it at all.
It's already only adding and not replacing
Could you describe how you manage to get this?


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.22
Post by: Mitchell on August 25, 2013, 02:06:00 PM
When I get an error while sending an PM and go back to edit my PM or wait until I can send it, my message disappears. This happens most likely because you replace the text inside the field.
It might be a good idea to check if the field is empty and if not append it to the end / not add it at all.
It's already only adding and not replacing
Could you describe how you manage to get this?
Wanted to send an PM to Boelens, pressed the send button, got an message that I recently posted something and have to wait, pressed the back button, I saw the original text for a fraction of an second and then it disappeared and the standard message appeard.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.22
Post by: HeroC on August 25, 2013, 02:37:27 PM
know any good Firefox mobile script managers?


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.22
Post by: jackjack on August 25, 2013, 04:42:39 PM
When I get an error while sending an PM and go back to edit my PM or wait until I can send it, my message disappears. This happens most likely because you replace the text inside the field.
It might be a good idea to check if the field is empty and if not append it to the end / not add it at all.
It's already only adding and not replacing
Could you describe how you manage to get this?
Wanted to send an PM to Boelens, pressed the send button, got an message that I recently posted something and have to wait, pressed the back button, I saw the original text for a fraction of an second and then it disappeared and the standard message appeard.
The problem is that in that case it's your browser that put your old PM in the form, the server didn't send anything at all. So even if the script checks what the server sends it won't see anything.
There's nothing I can do... I can add an 'add signature' button instead of putting it automatically though.


know any good Firefox mobile script managers?
I thought it was impossible. I asked Google and it gives me that: http://code.etiviti.com/firefox/fennec-greasemonkey-script-compiler/
This create an xpi from a userscript
I created this test xpi: http://speedy.sh/6UsDn/btofm.xpi
It should print a hello popup on every bitcointalk page.
Please someone give it a try and tell me if it works
If so there's some hope to see BT++ on Firefox mobile


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.22
Post by: Mitchell on August 25, 2013, 04:53:35 PM
When I get an error while sending an PM and go back to edit my PM or wait until I can send it, my message disappears. This happens most likely because you replace the text inside the field.
It might be a good idea to check if the field is empty and if not append it to the end / not add it at all.
It's already only adding and not replacing
Could you describe how you manage to get this?
Wanted to send an PM to Boelens, pressed the send button, got an message that I recently posted something and have to wait, pressed the back button, I saw the original text for a fraction of an second and then it disappeared and the standard message appeard.
The problem is that in that case it's your browser that put your old PM in the form, the server didn't send anything at all. So even if the script checks what the server sends it won't see anything.
There's nothing I can do... I can add an 'add signature' button instead of putting it automatically though.
That would be a great idea!

Damn, just translated a whole bunch of text for 0.2BTC. Lol.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.22
Post by: jackjack on August 25, 2013, 08:13:59 PM
Donation or paid work?

Done in 0.1.23

While lurking I found this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=266608.msg3006919;topicseen#msg3006919
That gave me an idea: a list of super useful posts or threads
The first that comes in my mind is the Activity thread on Meta
Thoughts?


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.22
Post by: jackjack on August 25, 2013, 08:17:35 PM
Tysat offered me to use his server for BT++
That will allow me to more things server side
For instance saving settings (if wanted) and those lists that were discussed earlier when I have some time

Many thanks tysat!


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.22
Post by: Mitchell on August 25, 2013, 08:18:43 PM
Donation or paid work?

Done in 0.1.23

While lurking I found this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=266608.msg3006919;topicseen#msg3006919
That gave me an idea: a list of super useful posts or threads
The first that comes in my mind is the Activity thread on Meta
Thoughts?
Paid work.

A list of super useful posts or threads sounds good, but I don't think it suits the purpose of this plugin.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.23
Post by: jackjack on August 25, 2013, 08:40:23 PM
Donation or paid work?

Done in 0.1.23

While lurking I found this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=266608.msg3006919;topicseen#msg3006919
That gave me an idea: a list of super useful posts or threads
The first that comes in my mind is the Activity thread on Meta
Thoughts?
Paid work.

A list of super useful posts or threads sounds good, but I don't think it suits the purpose of this plugin.
Wow I hope it wasn't too long!

Why? Wouldn't that ++ BitcoinTalk? ;D


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.23
Post by: Mitchell on August 25, 2013, 08:54:48 PM
Donation or paid work?

Done in 0.1.23

While lurking I found this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=266608.msg3006919;topicseen#msg3006919
That gave me an idea: a list of super useful posts or threads
The first that comes in my mind is the Activity thread on Meta
Thoughts?
Paid work.

A list of super useful posts or threads sounds good, but I don't think it suits the purpose of this plugin.
Wow I hope it wasn't too long!

Why? Wouldn't that ++ BitcoinTalk? ;D
It was A LOT of work, trust me. I spend nearly 2 hours on it, but hey, I have nothing else to do and it's easy BTC!

Well, BitCoinTalk++ is, I quote, "a +1 script for bitcointalk". So a karma script, but well, why not extend it right? Add whatever you want my friend!


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.23
Post by: Mitchell on August 26, 2013, 01:04:38 PM
Btw. My script still hasn't updated itself and a day has passed since the "*" appeared. Is that a problem on my side or your side?


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.23
Post by: Boelens on August 26, 2013, 02:13:54 PM
Doesn't seem to work for me on Chrome, says it can't be installed from this website.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.22
Post by: HeroC on August 26, 2013, 02:39:54 PM
When I get an error while sending an PM and go back to edit my PM or wait until I can send it, my message disappears. This happens most likely because you replace the text inside the field.
It might be a good idea to check if the field is empty and if not append it to the end / not add it at all.
It's already only adding and not replacing
Could you describe how you manage to get this?
Wanted to send an PM to Boelens, pressed the send button, got an message that I recently posted something and have to wait, pressed the back button, I saw the original text for a fraction of an second and then it disappeared and the standard message appeard.
The problem is that in that case it's your browser that put your old PM in the form, the server didn't send anything at all. So even if the script checks what the server sends it won't see anything.
There's nothing I can do... I can add an 'add signature' button instead of putting it automatically though.


know any good Firefox mobile script managers?
I thought it was impossible. I asked Google and it gives me that: http://code.etiviti.com/firefox/fennec-greasemonkey-script-compiler/
This create an xpi from a userscript
I created this test xpi: http://speedy.sh/6UsDn/btofm.xpi
It should print a hello popup on every bitcointalk page.
Please someone give it a try and tell me if it works
If so there's some hope to see BT++ on Firefox mobile
Nope. I tried the plugin on Firefox Mobile v23, said Installation Failed. I tried to compile the script itself, and it said it wasn't Compatible.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.23
Post by: Mitchell on August 26, 2013, 02:47:32 PM
Doesn't seem to work for me on Chrome, says it can't be installed from this website.
You need to drag it into the Extensions tab. It's a security measure by Google.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.23
Post by: Boelens on August 26, 2013, 03:01:15 PM
Doesn't seem to work for me on Chrome, says it can't be installed from this website.
You need to drag it into the Extensions tab. It's a security measure by Google.

Ah, thanks! That was it.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.23
Post by: jackjack on August 26, 2013, 04:50:35 PM
Btw. My script still hasn't updated itself and a day has passed since the "*" appeared. Is that a problem on my side or your side?
I think it's on your side
If you want to check go to chrome://extensions and click "Update extensions". If the version doesn't change for 30 seconds then it may be on my side. It works in my Chrome though.


Nope. I tried the plugin on Firefox Mobile v23, said Installation Failed. I tried to compile the script itself, and it said it wasn't Compatible.
I'll try to figure this out but it looks like compiling a userscript to an XPI is not trivial
I just registered to addons.mozilla.org, hopefully I'll manage to create an XPI


Doesn't seem to work for me on Chrome, says it can't be installed from this website.
You need to drag it into the Extensions tab. It's a security measure by Google.

Ah, thanks! That was it.
Yeah that wasn't clear, I changed the OP


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.23
Post by: Mitchell on August 26, 2013, 04:52:01 PM
Yeah, it has updated now. Stupid Chrome ;p


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.23
Post by: 001sonkit on August 26, 2013, 05:27:21 PM
Revealing scams deserves -1, gah

Some suggestion for this script, add Bitstamp into the list for source of bitcoin price :)

(wonder if bitcoin talk can one day have a stream for all new posts, get everything in realtime, flows the new data out when new replies on subbed post comes in)


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.23
Post by: jackjack on August 26, 2013, 09:04:55 PM
Revealing scams deserves -1, gah
I'm not sure what you mean...

Some suggestion for this script, add Bitstamp into the list for source of bitcoin price :)
Sure, it's added

(wonder if bitcoin talk can one day have a stream for all new posts, get everything in realtime, flows the new data out when new replies on subbed post comes in)
That would be nice and would allow interesting things


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.24
Post by: Mitchell on August 26, 2013, 09:40:03 PM
Another "*" appeared. What did you update this time ;p


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.24
Post by: 001sonkit on August 27, 2013, 03:15:14 AM
Another "*" appeared. What did you update this time ;p
Yay Updated Bitstamp


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.24
Post by: jackjack on August 27, 2013, 09:56:01 AM
Yep, 0.1.24 is bitstamp addition


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.24
Post by: Mitchell on August 27, 2013, 05:21:59 PM
Jackjack, please change the BTCaverage url to:
"http://api.bitcoinaverage.com/no-mtgox/ticker/"

I would prefer to see a BitCoin value without MtGox fucking it up.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.24
Post by: favdesu on August 27, 2013, 05:48:39 PM
Jackjack, please change the BTCaverage url to:
"http://api.bitcoinaverage.com/no-mtgox/ticker/"

I would prefer to see a BitCoin value without MtGox fucking it up.

I'd appreciate this change too.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.24
Post by: jackjack on August 27, 2013, 06:55:33 PM
Done, use btcavgnogox


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.24
Post by: Mitchell on August 27, 2013, 07:24:57 PM
Code:
var translators=[
//    ['John','Chinese','1d4c5az42gr84fvre3qszd'],
];
I laughed and someone is missing at the btppcontributors page ;p
-continues reading-

Code:
butname = butnames[i];
Sure you didn't mean buttnames?

Code:
if(myPseudo=='jackjack' && version[version.length-1]=='b'){
    document.getElementById('needupdate').innerHTML='';
}
I like to see those things ;p You just hide that pesky asterisk for yourself.


I also see new features! Which I won't tell, because that would mess up the surprise. Your code looks amazingly clean, well done!


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.24
Post by: Boelens on August 27, 2013, 07:26:10 PM
Bitstamp ticker doesn't seem to work for me, it keeps stuck at "Contacting ticker...."


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.24
Post by: jackjack on August 27, 2013, 09:13:57 PM
Code:
var translators=[
//    ['John','Chinese','1d4c5az42gr84fvre3qszd'],
];
I laughed and someone is missing at the btppcontributors page ;p
-continues reading-
I wanted to put an actual translator but didn't wanted to take the time to look for your address ;D
Also, nobody's missing as there are no translations yet. I hope I'll have some time this week-end to add yours and French.

Code:
butname = butnames[i];
Sure you didn't mean buttnames?
Don't make fun of my variables names!

Code:
if(myPseudo=='jackjack' && version[version.length-1]=='b'){
    document.getElementById('needupdate').innerHTML='';
}
I like to see those things ;p You just hide that pesky asterisk for yourself.
Only if this is the development version, because I want my Chrome to show the asterisk!

I also see new features! Which I won't tell, because that would mess up the surprise.
Not sure it's a surprise as I asked here for your opinions
The problem is that it's not ready (not even started actually) server-side so it will stay commented for a bit

Your code looks amazingly clean, well done!
Thanks, I appreciate that even more as I'm self-taught :)

Bitstamp ticker doesn't seem to work for me, it keeps stuck at "Contacting ticker...."
Odd, it works here
What do you see when you open this in your browser: https://www.bitstamp.net/api/ticker/



Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.24
Post by: Mitchell on August 27, 2013, 09:19:42 PM
Not sure it's a surprise as I asked here for your opinions
The problem is that it's not ready (not even started actually) server-side so it will stay commented for a bit
It even fucks up my script. "BT++ Settings"-tab doesn't appear, that kind of stuff.

Don't make fun of my variables names!
I found it very amusing ;p

Thanks, I appreciate that even more as I'm self-taught :)
Ah I know how that feels. I have learned everything I can myself.

Odd, it works here
What do you see when you open this in your browser: https://www.bitstamp.net/api/ticker/
Don´t even try to implement Bitstamp´s API. I tried it with jQuery´s Ajax and Json and I failed horribly, because their API system is fucked up and strange. The page itself works for me, but it will reject every connection. The only excepting is, if you set your dataType to "jsonp", but that will fuck up the JSON.parse function, because it doesn't understand what you give to it.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.25
Post by: Mitchell on August 27, 2013, 09:57:24 PM
"Add your signature" does not work ;c


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.25
Post by: jackjack on August 27, 2013, 10:04:18 PM
Not sure it's a surprise as I asked here for your opinions
The problem is that it's not ready (not even started actually) server-side so it will stay commented for a bit
It even fucks up my script. "BT++ Settings"-tab doesn't appear, that kind of stuff.

Don't make fun of my variables names!
I found it very amusing ;p

Thanks, I appreciate that even more as I'm self-taught :)
Ah I know how that feels. I have learned everything I can myself.

Odd, it works here
What do you see when you open this in your browser: https://www.bitstamp.net/api/ticker/
Don´t even try to implement Bitstamp´s API. I tried it with jQuery´s Ajax and Json and I failed horribly, because their API system is fucked up and strange. The page itself works for me, but it will reject every connection. The only excepting is, if you set your dataType to "jsonp", but that will fuck up the JSON.parse function, because it doesn't understand what you give to it.
Yeah it's normal it crashes, I'll change that in case other adventurers read the code and want to uncomment this.
Bitstamp ticker is working fine here, I don't get what is the problem you're describing. Do you mean the non-ticker API? Like putting orders and such?


"Add your signature" does not work ;c
Again something that works here...
Ctrl+Shift+J, do you see errors?


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.25
Post by: Mitchell on August 27, 2013, 10:07:49 PM
Yeah it's normal it crashes, I'll change that in case other adventurers read the code and want to uncomment this.
Bitstamp ticker is working fine here, I don't get what is the problem you're describing. Do you mean the non-ticker API? Like putting orders and such?
No, I mean. I have tried to get it working on my BitCoin Value Ticker (think of something like Preev) and it failed every time. But hey, if it works on your side I don't know what the problem is ;p

"Add your signature" does not work ;c
Again something that works here...
Ctrl+Shift+J, do you see errors?
Lemme see. No errors, but I found out what happens. If I open a new PM, I can add it. If I then remove my signature, write something down and try to add it, it doesn't work, even after deleting the text.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.26
Post by: jackjack on August 27, 2013, 10:21:48 PM
I don't know either, I never used Bitstamp yet...

Bug fixed


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.26
Post by: Mitchell on August 27, 2013, 10:22:37 PM
I don't know either, I never used Bitstamp yet...

Bug fixed
Great, thanks :D


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.26
Post by: HeroC on August 28, 2013, 02:05:54 AM
No matter how I try I cannot seem to find the quick reply button. Where is it? Also, I reccomend adding it to github. It will allow easier access to see the code, and add some contributations.  Also, I have not seen the * yet. My Browser updates it to fast  :). And for the fields that require a variable( like the price ticker chooser) make it so there is a drop down menu. It makes it a lot more user friendly.

I saw this also, it seems a little hard but maybe you could add it! https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=281346.0


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.26
Post by: Mitchell on August 28, 2013, 05:45:12 AM
No matter how I try I cannot seem to find the quick reply button. Where is it? Also, I reccomend adding it to github. It will allow easier access to see the code, and add some contributations.  Also, I have not seen the * yet. My Browser updates it to fast  :). And for the fields that require a variable( like the price ticker chooser) make it so there is a drop down menu. It makes it a lot more user friendly.

I saw this also, it seems a little hard but maybe you could add it! https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=281346.0
Quick Reply has to be enabled in your profile settings to always show.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.26
Post by: jackjack on August 28, 2013, 09:03:43 AM
No matter how I try I cannot seem to find the quick reply button. Where is it?
^ Yep you must go to your profile: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;sa=theme

Also, I reccomend adding it to github. It will allow easier access to see the code, and add some contributations.
Done: https://github.com/jackjack-jj/btpp

Also, I have not seen the * yet. My Browser updates it to fast  :)
That is great! What browser?

And for the fields that require a variable( like the price ticker chooser) make it so there is a drop down menu. It makes it a lot more user friendly.
I know, but I never took the time to do it... That will come soon though

I saw this also, it seems a little hard but maybe you could add it! https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=281346.0
It's not that hard, actually the problem is the big number of requests the server would have to do
I'll see what I can do


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.27
Post by: HeroC on August 28, 2013, 08:51:00 PM
That is great! What browser?
I use Firefox with Greasemonkey. It is nothing special, but I have yet to see the *, I am not on as much as you, though.

Done: https://github.com/jackjack-jj/btpp
Thanks for the GitHub!

I know, but I never took the time to do it... That will come soon though
Even Quicker than I expected! You are Awesome...

It's not that hard, actually the problem is the big number of requests the server would have to do
I'll see what I can do
It's alright, I don't need it, it is just if you have time to kill :).

Yep you must go to your profile: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;sa=theme

Thanks! I love the Partial-Quote button. Sent with Quick Reply.

Also, please work on trying to make the config server-side. I use more than one computer, and I don't like changing it every time.

Let me know if you need some documentation! I would be happy to help in any way.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.27
Post by: jackjack on August 28, 2013, 10:17:25 PM
I use Firefox with Greasemonkey. It is nothing special, but I have yet to see the *, I am not on as much as you,
though.
Nothing special but this confirms it works elsewhere than here!

It's alright, I don't need it, it is just if you have time to kill.
I looked for SMF features but there isn't the one I'd need so I'll ask theymos if he is ok to do that
I may do it anyway if he refuses

Also, please work on trying to make the config server-side. I use more than one computer, and I don't like changing it every time.
Planned, I'm still thinking about how to implement that
I think I'll put the settings in the database tysat provided

Let me know if you need some documentation! I would be happy to help in any way.
Thanks, I will! Do you know JS well?

There's something I'd like to know as I saw it once but never checked it out: how to use this (the syntax may be wrong ;D )
Code:
$('#div b')
I think it's something like a multi getElementByXxx but not sure


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.27
Post by: Mitchell on August 28, 2013, 10:31:15 PM
There's something I'd like to know as I saw it once but never checked it out: how to use this (the syntax may be wrong ;D )
Code:
$('#div b')
I think it's something like a multi getElementByXxx but not sure

That will grab an item containing "id=div" and is a <b> object.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.27
Post by: jackjack on August 28, 2013, 10:41:36 PM
There's something I'd like to know as I saw it once but never checked it out: how to use this (the syntax may be wrong ;D )
Code:
$('#div b')
I think it's something like a multi getElementByXxx but not sure

That will grab an item containing "id=div" and is a <b> object.
Hmmm... AN item? A <b> object?
Does it return a list? A dictionary? The first element?


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.27
Post by: Mitchell on August 28, 2013, 10:51:21 PM
There's something I'd like to know as I saw it once but never checked it out: how to use this (the syntax may be wrong ;D )
Code:
$('#div b')
I think it's something like a multi getElementByXxx but not sure

That will grab an item containing "id=div" and is a <b> object.
Hmmm... AN item? A <b> object?
Does it return a list? A dictionary? The first element?

I am horrible in explaining stuff. It would select this using jQuery:
Code:
<b id="div">Something something</b>


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.28
Post by: jackjack on August 28, 2013, 11:08:30 PM
There's something I'd like to know as I saw it once but never checked it out: how to use this (the syntax may be wrong ;D )
Code:
$('#div b')
I think it's something like a multi getElementByXxx but not sure

That will grab an item containing "id=div" and is a <b> object.
Hmmm... AN item? A <b> object?
Does it return a list? A dictionary? The first element?

I am horrible in explaining stuff. It would select this using jQuery:
Code:
<b id="div">Something something</b>
Ok, thanks!

jQuery
Hmmm I'll see that later then


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.28
Post by: jackjack on August 30, 2013, 11:55:14 AM
Wow I've got a problem...
The size of the Chrome CRXs are exploding!
Code:
-rw-rw-r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 9.2K 2013-08-23 16:36 btpp_0.1.13.crx
-rw-rw-r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 9.3K 2013-08-23 16:41 btpp_0.1.14.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 9.3K 2013-08-23 18:45 btpp_0.1.15.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 9.5K 2013-08-23 23:26 btpp_0.1.16.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 9.5K 2013-08-24 00:09 btpp_0.1.17.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack  56K 2013-08-24 02:49 btpp_0.1.18.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 112K 2013-08-24 15:51 btpp_0.1.19.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 224K 2013-08-25 01:54 btpp_0.1.20.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 447K 2013-08-25 03:01 btpp_0.1.22.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 2.7M 2013-08-26 10:56 btpp_0.1.23.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 3.5M 2013-08-26 23:10 btpp_0.1.24.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 7.0M 2013-08-27 20:54 btpp_0.1.25.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack  14M 2013-08-28 00:22 btpp_0.1.26.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack  28M 2013-08-28 21:16 btpp_0.1.27.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack  32M 2013-08-29 00:51 btpp_0.1.28.crx

Sorry for taking your disk space...

I think I found why, I'll push a new, light version


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.28
Post by: 001sonkit on August 30, 2013, 11:59:43 AM
Wow I've got a problem...
The size of the Chrome CRXs are exploding!
Code:
-rw-rw-r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 9.2K 2013-08-23 16:36 btpp_0.1.13.crx
-rw-rw-r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 9.3K 2013-08-23 16:41 btpp_0.1.14.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 9.3K 2013-08-23 18:45 btpp_0.1.15.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 9.5K 2013-08-23 23:26 btpp_0.1.16.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 9.5K 2013-08-24 00:09 btpp_0.1.17.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack  56K 2013-08-24 02:49 btpp_0.1.18.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 112K 2013-08-24 15:51 btpp_0.1.19.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 224K 2013-08-25 01:54 btpp_0.1.20.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 447K 2013-08-25 03:01 btpp_0.1.22.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 2.7M 2013-08-26 10:56 btpp_0.1.23.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 3.5M 2013-08-26 23:10 btpp_0.1.24.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack 7.0M 2013-08-27 20:54 btpp_0.1.25.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack  14M 2013-08-28 00:22 btpp_0.1.26.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack  28M 2013-08-28 21:16 btpp_0.1.27.crx
-rw-r--r-- 1 jackjack jackjack  32M 2013-08-29 00:51 btpp_0.1.28.crx

I really don't know why...
If people know what could be the reason please tell me

Rename to .... dot ZIP and expand with winrar and see what is happening


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.28
Post by: jackjack on August 30, 2013, 12:01:28 PM
Rename to .... dot ZIP and expand with winzip and see what is happening
I had an idea and the zip trick confirmed it, thanks

Sorry for taking your disk space...

I just pushed the new version, 0.1.29 is 10.7kB again


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.28
Post by: Mitchell on August 30, 2013, 12:20:29 PM
I have updated to the latest version (I'm using Tampermonkey) but I still see that darn Asterisk. :P


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.29
Post by: jackjack on August 30, 2013, 12:40:29 PM
I have updated to the latest version (I'm using Tampermonkey) but I still see that darn Asterisk. :P
Yes, the previous fix may have broken the version check ;D
Thanks for noticing that

Try to load 6-7 pages now?


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.29
Post by: Mitchell on August 30, 2013, 12:44:49 PM
Nope.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.29
Post by: jackjack on August 30, 2013, 01:10:07 PM
Yeah, I fixed the thing and didn't check it worked afterwards
Should be ok now


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.29
Post by: favdesu on August 30, 2013, 01:50:02 PM
Yeah, I fixed the thing and didn't check it worked afterwards
Should be ok now

just updated, everything is ok!

edit: 2nd update, now it's broken D:


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.29
Post by: favdesu on August 30, 2013, 01:56:42 PM
update: for some reason, there are 2 scripts running now

1. bto-plusone (wtf?)
2. BitcoinTalk++

http://i.imgur.com/g5cU0IZ.png


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.29
Post by: Mitchell on August 30, 2013, 02:01:28 PM
update: for some reason, there are 2 scripts running now

1. bto-plusone (wtf?)
2. BitcoinTalk++

http://i.imgur.com/g5cU0IZ.png
The first one. That is the official name. BitCoinTalk++ is the name of the Chrome Extension


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.29
Post by: favdesu on August 30, 2013, 02:05:43 PM
update: for some reason, there are 2 scripts running now

1. bto-plusone (wtf?)
2. BitcoinTalk++

http://i.imgur.com/g5cU0IZ.png
The first one. That is the official name. BitCoinTalk++ is the name of the Chrome Extension

that's the problem!

the update re-installs bitcointalk++ instead of updating bto-plusone


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.29
Post by: Mitchell on August 30, 2013, 02:07:09 PM
update: for some reason, there are 2 scripts running now

1. bto-plusone (wtf?)
2. BitcoinTalk++

http://i.imgur.com/g5cU0IZ.png
The first one. That is the official name. BitCoinTalk++ is the name of the Chrome Extension

that's the problem!

the update re-installs bitcointalk++ instead of updating bto-plusone
Tampermonkey downloaded them both for me. Oh wait, I am using the BitCoinTalk++ one. Just use that one.
It works and I see no Asterisk.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.29
Post by: favdesu on August 30, 2013, 02:14:34 PM
update: for some reason, there are 2 scripts running now

1. bto-plusone (wtf?)
2. BitcoinTalk++

http://i.imgur.com/g5cU0IZ.png
The first one. That is the official name. BitCoinTalk++ is the name of the Chrome Extension

that's the problem!

the update re-installs bitcointalk++ instead of updating bto-plusone
Tampermonkey downloaded them both for me. Oh wait, I am using the BitCoinTalk++ one. Just use that one.
It works and I see no Asterisk.

well yeah, this one works. BUT I can't vote now "error: bad password" :D

edit: fixed. works.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.29
Post by: Mitchell on August 30, 2013, 02:49:07 PM
well yeah, this one works. BUT I can't vote now "error: bad password" :D

edit: fixed. works.
Yeah, somehow settings are reset at every update.


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.29
Post by: 001sonkit on August 30, 2013, 02:50:31 PM
UNinstalled all-> reinstall -> fixed,

JJust version issue


Title: Re: Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.29
Post by: jackjack on August 30, 2013, 06:22:58 PM
Sorry guys, I changed the name of the extension in the settings. It was bto-plusone, it's now BitcoinTalk++.
I can't understand why changing the name makes chrome and tampermonkey install both... It's kinda stupid IMO.

So, uninstall bto-plusone and it should be ok


Title: Re: [BUG IN BROWSERS: READ PAGE 16 POST #309] - Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.29
Post by: jackjack on August 31, 2013, 01:17:16 PM
Which one?
First is what it is now
http://img4.hostingpics.net/pics/536889btppse.png


Title: Re: [BUG IN BROWSERS: READ PAGE 16 POST #309] - Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.29
Post by: Mitchell on August 31, 2013, 01:18:26 PM
Which one?
First is what it is now
[IMAGE]
I prefer the first one.


Title: Re: [BUG IN BROWSERS: READ PAGE 16 POST #309] - Bitcointalk++ script - v0.1.29
Post by: tysat on August 31, 2013, 01:45:37 PM
Which one?
First is what it is now

I like the current version.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.30
Post by: HeroC on August 31, 2013, 03:00:18 PM
Which one?
First is what it is now
http://img4.hostingpics.net/pics/536889btppse.png

I prefer the first also.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.30
Post by: favdesu on August 31, 2013, 03:13:48 PM

me too, first is better


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.31
Post by: jackjack on August 31, 2013, 03:14:28 PM
Great, first will stay then


I changed the code to check if two instances of BT++ are running
If so, the second stops running and displays this:
http://image.noelshack.com/fichiers/2013/35/1377961980-twov.png


Not sure how many people already solved the problem, so for the others I thought it would be better


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.31
Post by: jackjack on August 31, 2013, 04:42:27 PM
I'll advertise BT++ in the Project Development forum, do you think I should better wait to implement features like comments about users/server-saved settings/lists beforehand?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.31
Post by: favdesu on August 31, 2013, 04:50:10 PM
nah, just add it. It's already very helpful.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.31
Post by: whiskers75 on August 31, 2013, 04:53:12 PM
I like the BITCOINTALK++ instead of BT++ SETTINGS.
Maybe add it in prefs?

/me is still 43% D:


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.31
Post by: jackjack on August 31, 2013, 05:20:47 PM
I like the BITCOINTALK++ instead of BT++ SETTINGS.
Maybe add it in prefs?
Kinda useless IMO but I will. It's not like it's annoying to add a setting.

/me is still 43% D:
Hmmm... You'll be able to ask them why when/if I implement the "Contact your -1 voters" feature or to know why when/if I implement the public comment one ;D


nah, just add it. It's already very helpful.
Thanks. Still waiting for a few opinions and I'll do.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.31
Post by: Mitchell on August 31, 2013, 05:24:06 PM
nah, just add it. It's already very helpful.
I love that I have a second trust system and I am loving all the extra features like the Live BitCoin Ticker.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.31
Post by: whiskers75 on August 31, 2013, 05:29:45 PM
I like the BITCOINTALK++ instead of BT++ SETTINGS.
Maybe add it in prefs?
Kinda useless IMO but I will. It's not like it's annoying to add a setting.
Thanks! :D
/me is still 43% D:
Hmmm... You'll be able to ask them why when/if I implement the "Contact your -1 voters" feature or to know why when/if I implement the public comment one ;D
Oh, it's probably just scammer hate, and not enough good votes to counter it. Maybe implement a blacklist/trust system to solve this.
(also, it's VERY tempting to hit that -1 button on your perfect score ;D)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.31
Post by: whiskers75 on August 31, 2013, 05:47:39 PM
Idea: For new posts: bold and have the (new) icon, but for old posts, have a faded/muted little (new) or something, as an alternative to "last read post always"


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.32
Post by: jackjack on August 31, 2013, 08:47:21 PM
(also, it's VERY tempting to hit that -1 button on your perfect score ;D)
Did I mention that the first one to put me a -1 will be banned? ;D

Idea: For new posts: bold and have the (new) icon, but for old posts, have a faded/muted little (new) or something, as an alternative to "last read post always"
Why? I don't see many cases where you could want to start to read from page 1 a thread that you already read

nah, just add it. It's already very helpful.
I love that I have a second trust system and I am loving all the extra features like the Live BitCoin Ticker.
I guess it's also a "yes" ;D


I tidied up a bit the settings in the new version, and I'll post in the Project Dev forum soon


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.31
Post by: Mitchell on August 31, 2013, 08:54:47 PM
nah, just add it. It's already very helpful.
I love that I have a second trust system and I am loving all the extra features like the Live BitCoin Ticker.
I guess it's also a "yes" ;D
Yes, it is a yes ;D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.32
Post by: jackjack on August 31, 2013, 09:29:08 PM
Thread in Project Development: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=285530


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.33
Post by: jackjack on September 01, 2013, 01:16:01 AM
Added scammer reports
The list of reports is here: http://jackjack.alwaysdata.net/btpp/scamreports/
Reports can't be revoked


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.33
Post by: Evolyn on September 01, 2013, 04:03:41 AM
Added scammer reports
The list of reports is here: http://jackjack.alwaysdata.net/btpp/scamreports/
Reports can't be revoked

nice feature, when will someone become a scammer? how to use this feature (i found the button, i mean when should i click)? just report people after they scammed? or report very untrustworthy people as well?

just reported BT++ (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=142969) for scamming, hell his hey makes me so aggressive :)

btw, can't up-/downvote BT++, "Error: Values not matching", because he's already tagged as scammer?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.32
Post by: whiskers75 on September 01, 2013, 07:09:28 AM
(also, it's VERY tempting to hit that -1 button on your perfect score ;D)
Did I mention that the first one to put me a -1 will be banned? ;D

So it's a dictatorship is it!
(create alt account, neg him on the alt :D)

EDIT: 50% looks horrible - it doesn't even have a % sign! :P Make it at least bold, maybe green :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.33
Post by: Boelens on September 01, 2013, 10:26:55 AM
Could I get my password?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.33
Post by: jackjack on September 01, 2013, 10:29:29 AM
(also, it's VERY tempting to hit that -1 button on your perfect score ;D)
Did I mention that the first one to put me a -1 will be banned? ;D

So it's a dictatorship is it!
(create alt account, neg him on the alt :D)

EDIT: 50% looks horrible - it doesn't even have a % sign! :P Make it at least bold, maybe green :P
I made that because I wanted to make the null score discrete (as MANY people have null a score)
But yeah, when the 0 comes from multiple votes and not because of no votes at all I should make it prettier (not sure whether I'm clear...)
Not green though, blue I think

nice feature, when will someone become a scammer? how to use this feature (i found the button, i mean when should i click)? just report people after they scammed? or report very untrustworthy people as well?
Reporting has nothing to do with tags
If one is reported a lot, then we'll have a nice discussion here to decide what to do with him (tag him or not, if so which tag)
It's more a "this guy deserves some attention" button, so you can report untrustworthy people and potential scammers
You can always contact me if you mistakenly reported someone

just reported BT++ (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=142969) for scamming, hell his hey makes me so aggressive :)

btw, can't up-/downvote BT++, "Error: Values not matching", because he's already tagged as scammer?
I didn't see his thread received some attention!
And no, I used a check that wasn't very reliable and that is now useless anyway. Working now.



Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.33
Post by: whiskers75 on September 01, 2013, 02:08:30 PM
(also, it's VERY tempting to hit that -1 button on your perfect score ;D)
Did I mention that the first one to put me a -1 will be banned? ;D

So it's a dictatorship is it!
(create alt account, neg him on the alt :D)

EDIT: 50% looks horrible - it doesn't even have a % sign! :P Make it at least bold, maybe green :P
I made that because I wanted to make the null score discrete (as MANY people have null a score)
But yeah, when the 0 comes from multiple votes and not because of no votes at all I should make it prettier (not sure whether I'm clear...)
Not green though, blue I think
Yuck! Blue looks horrible! :(
Also, it's confusing to have a black 0 and then a red +0%.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.34
Post by: jackjack on September 01, 2013, 03:14:33 PM
(also, it's VERY tempting to hit that -1 button on your perfect score ;D)
Did I mention that the first one to put me a -1 will be banned? ;D

So it's a dictatorship is it!
(create alt account, neg him on the alt :D)

EDIT: 50% looks horrible - it doesn't even have a % sign! :P Make it at least bold, maybe green :P
I made that because I wanted to make the null score discrete (as MANY people have null a score)
But yeah, when the 0 comes from multiple votes and not because of no votes at all I should make it prettier (not sure whether I'm clear...)
Not green though, blue I think
Yuck! Blue looks horrible! :(
Also, it's confusing to have a black 0 and then a red +0%.
I don't have enough time currently to waste it on colors, but if you find a better color that is not green or red I can change it
To find one, preview a post with this, and change #aabbcc:
Code:
[[b][color=#aabbcc]0%[/color][/b][size=5pt]/8[/size]] [color=lightgray][+ −][/color]

And everything is blue here, I don't see any red


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.34
Post by: HeroC on September 01, 2013, 03:33:33 PM
If someone changes their username, does it effect voting? Does it use Username or Display name? (I recommend Username for back-end data because it cannot change unless someone edits the SQL database.) 

For those that do not know:
DisplayName is what people see, Username is what you login with. They are usual the same unless you have had a username change.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.34
Post by: jackjack on September 01, 2013, 04:23:02 PM
Changing their usernames doesn't have any effect on voting because BT++ accounts (on the server) are not tied to bitcointalk's ones.
For now BT++ (client) guesses the username by reading the "Hello, username" and you can't modify that without messing (a bit) with the code.
If someone changes his username, I just have to add a setting that allows setting one's BT++ username by hand instead of just guessing it. It's a matter of a few lines.

Tell me if I'm not clear


For instance, if I change my username to 'Putin', my BT++ client will read 'Hello Putin' at the top of the page. So each time I'll vote it will send username=Putin and password=passwordForJackjack. As Putin!=jackjack, the server will refuse my votes. In order to fix that I'll add a setting to force my BT++ client to use username=jackjack.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.34
Post by: jackjack on September 01, 2013, 07:02:01 PM
Any preference whiskers75?

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Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.34
Post by: Mitchell on September 01, 2013, 07:06:53 PM
Any preference whiskers75?

-snip-

I laughed. A lot. I guess that took you quite a while.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.34
Post by: jackjack on September 01, 2013, 07:14:39 PM
Any preference whiskers75?

-snip-

I laughed. A lot. I guess that took you quite a while.
Not exactly ;D

Code:
#!/usr/bin/env python
ret=''
n=4
for rrr in range(n+1):
rr=int(255.0*rrr/n)
for vvv in range(n+1):
vv=int(255.0*vvv/n)
for bbb in range(n+1):
bb=int(255.0*bbb/n)
r,v,b=map(lambda x:'%02x'%x, [rr,vv,bb])
ret+='[[b][color=#'+r+v+b+']0%[/color][/b][size=5pt]/8[/size]] '
ret+='\n'
ret+='\n'
print ret


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.35
Post by: HeroC on September 01, 2013, 07:48:49 PM
Any preference whiskers75?

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Wow, quoted. Now I know all the colors I can choose from!

Also, just add a setting for the color. I like the blue for the record :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.35
Post by: Mitchell on September 01, 2013, 07:55:47 PM
Any preference whiskers75?

-snip-

I laughed. A lot. I guess that took you quite a while.
Not exactly ;D
I lolled, smart move!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.35
Post by: jackjack on September 01, 2013, 08:12:29 PM
Any preference whiskers75?


Wow, quoted. Now I know all the colors I can choose from!

Also, just add a setting for the color. I like the blue for the record :P

Actually all the colors are possible, this was only a subset but I didn't want to post 255 (255*255)-squares ;D
Yeah I knew blue was great!
I'll add the settings then (for negative, neutral and positive)

Any preference whiskers75?

-snip-

I laughed. A lot. I guess that took you quite a while.
Not exactly ;D
I lolled, smart move!
Hey, what did you expect?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: smeagol on September 05, 2013, 01:01:33 AM
I installed everything!  May I have my password?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: HeroC on September 05, 2013, 07:07:27 PM
I installed everything!  May I have my password?

To get is faster, PM him. But eventually, he will see this and send it to you.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: 001sonkit on September 06, 2013, 02:22:14 PM
Hey JackJack, been using your service for quite a while. Collected plenty of plus and minus and evened everything out to Zero. Figured out some suggestions :)
Those pluses are kinda bulky to load on a lengthy page and often create plenty of pings to your server. And I guess most data would goes to the header instead of data. What if when the page initialize, fetch a JSON of all pluses and minuses (Cache for 1 or 2 minutes if you would consider even saving more DB processing power) and match it locally. So there would be less request to your server.

Extra thing that I had made to made reading new post on forum like reading your Facebook Stream at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=unread with this script (I code in a very ugly way, much of a newbie coder with 3 years of experience)

Made a snippet for the Unread Post since last visit page to auto update itself without all the refresh, ugly code :P

At least it updates and you can catch up the latest news!

Code:
var script = document.createElement('script');
script.src = 'https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.6.4/jquery.min.js';
script.type = 'text/javascript';
document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0].appendChild(script);
script.onload = function() {
setTimeout('confirminit()',1000)
};
function confirminit(){
$('#bodyarea').prepend('<br><center><a href="#" style="font-size:16px" onclick="iaa=0;ajaxinit()">Press to start autoupdates (12 seconds interval)</a><br></center>')

}
var audioElement = document.createElement('audio'); audioElement.setAttribute('src', 'http://chromaticcreative.net/bitcoin/p.mp3')
var $page
var iaa=0
function ajaxinit(){
iaa++
if(iaa>50){
$('#bodyarea').prepend('<br><br><center><a href="#" style="font-size:16px" onclick="iaa=0;ajaxinit()">Timeout, press to reconnect updates</a><br></center>');return false;
}
$.get(location.href, function(data) {
  $page = $(data);
if($('#bodyarea table.bordercolor table.bordercolor tr:nth-child(2) td:nth-child(3)').html()!=$page[42].children[2].children[0].children[0].children[0].children[0].children[0].children[1].children[2].innerHTML){
audioElement .play()
}
$('#bodyarea').html($page[42].innerHTML)
setTimeout('ajaxinit();$(".catbg span").text("Bitcoin Forum")',12000)
setTimeout('$(".catbg span").text("Until Next Update: 5")',7000)
setTimeout('$(".catbg span").text("Until Next Update: 4")',8000)
setTimeout('$(".catbg span").text("Until Next Update: 3")',9000)
setTimeout('$(".catbg span").text("Until Next Update: 2")',10000)
setTimeout('$(".catbg span").text("Until Next Update: 1")',11000)

});
}


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.34
Post by: 001sonkit on September 06, 2013, 02:28:31 PM
Any preference whiskers75?

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Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: jackjack on September 06, 2013, 06:35:48 PM
Thanks for the suggestions!

1/ I know... It was planned but I started to lack time before I had the chance to do it.

2/ That's great. That makes me think that would be cool to make "auto load next page", like with google image. For threads or whatever. I'll look at both when I have some time.

3/ Ok, why not. If nobody's against I'll change that in the next update.




By the way guys: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/sep/05/nsa-gchq-encryption-codes-security
I'll (try to) implement a system replacing SSL in the server.
Would this be an overkill for a tiny script like BT++? Absolutely.
The idea behind that is more selfish, it's to develop and debug such a system. This would be opt-in of course.



I'll implement a pic uploading form right in the bitcointalk pages
See https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=288728.0


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: favdesu on September 06, 2013, 07:19:44 PM



By the way guys: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/sep/05/nsa-gchq-encryption-codes-security
I'll (try to) implement a system replacing SSL in the server.
Would this be an overkill for a tiny script like BT++? Absolutely.
The idea behind that is more selfish, it's to develop and debug such a system. This would be opt-in of course.




well, why not. I'd opt-in!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: Mitchell on September 06, 2013, 07:54:13 PM



By the way guys: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/sep/05/nsa-gchq-encryption-codes-security
I'll (try to) implement a system replacing SSL in the server.
Would this be an overkill for a tiny script like BT++? Absolutely.
The idea behind that is more selfish, it's to develop and debug such a system. This would be opt-in of course.




well, why not. I'd opt-in!
I second in. Do as you please JackJack. If we don't like something we will tell you :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: HeroC on September 07, 2013, 07:20:03 PM
Yay! My second +1! Thank you anonymous +1er!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: monbux on September 07, 2013, 10:04:42 PM
Nice script :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: tysat on September 09, 2013, 02:09:56 AM
I want to be able to give a few people an extra -1 because they're so dumb!

[/joke]


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: Mitchell on September 09, 2013, 03:43:02 PM
I think the server is down. I do not see any ratings, just empty brackets


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: jackjack on September 09, 2013, 04:00:47 PM
I'm not at home so I can't check by myself but looks like it works: http://jackjack.alwaysdata.net/btoplusone/note.php?no=21053&json=1&client=thread&clientversion=0.0.1
Anyone else experiencing this?

I'll update as soon as I have more info


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: 001sonkit on September 09, 2013, 04:03:00 PM
Yay! My second +1! Thank you anonymous +1er!
:)

I think the server is down. I do not see any ratings, just empty brackets
Working fine here

Did I mention that the first one to put me a -1 will be banned? ;D
No wonder there aren't griefing haters :P

waiting for more awesomeness, wonder what would this do if it is done officially


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: Mitchell on September 09, 2013, 04:16:24 PM
Now it works again, lol.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.34
Post by: whiskers75 on September 10, 2013, 03:44:38 PM
I want to be able to give a few people an extra -1 because they're so dumb!
An error has occurred: Moderators are not superhuman.
Thanks for the suggestions!

1/ I know... It was planned but I started to lack time before I had the chance to do it.

2/ That's great. That makes me think that would be cool to make "auto load next page", like with google image. For threads or whatever. I'll look at both when I have some time.

3/ Ok, why not. If nobody's against I'll change that in the next update.





By the way guys: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/sep/05/nsa-gchq-encryption-codes-security
I'll (try to) implement a system replacing SSL in the server.
Would this be an overkill for a tiny script like BT++? Absolutely.
The idea behind that is more selfish, it's to develop and debug such a system. This would be opt-in of course.



I'll implement a pic uploading form right in the bitcointalk pages
See https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=288728.0
ADD THIS:
Add an option to, when clicking a thread, view all posts (so we don't have to click "All") and maybe have a cool autoloader that loads page 2 when you reach the bottom of page 1 otherwise, etc..

+1 for SSL, and pic uploading.

Hey JackJack, been using your service for quite a while. Collected plenty of plus and minus and evened everything out to Zero. Figured out some suggestions :)
what's lordsonkit doing out of coinchat? (or whiskchat, doesn't really matter ;))


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: whiskers75 on September 10, 2013, 04:16:56 PM
@whisk
Not much, maintain the bots, added fishingbot if you havent heard of. Giving out masstip from time to time.... Thats all i guess, I have academic to take care of.
Reply in PM - let's not spam up bitcointalk++.
In case you haven't heard, I'm [still] banned from that site. Bring your bots onto whiskchat (link in sig) and let's say hai. (oh, don't bring moobot. I added an easter egg that occurs if you type !moo, because I added inline spotify etc, so moobot's kinda obsolete ;P)


On topic:
Make a password-gen site, so people don't spam you.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: Mitchell on September 10, 2013, 04:23:20 PM
Make a password-gen site, so people don't spam you.
Well he generates it so people can't create new accounts and downvote people who they don't like. This way he can control who get's the power to use it and who not. I think it would be better if the script works when you have reached a certain activity / post number.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: 001sonkit on September 10, 2013, 04:24:06 PM
@whisk
Not much, maintain the bots, added fishingbot if you havent heard of. Giving out masstip from time to time.... Thats all i guess, I have academic to take care of.
Reply in PM - let's not spam up bitcointalk++.
In case you haven't heard, I'm [still] banned from that site. Bring your bots onto whiskchat (link in sig) and let's say hai. (oh, don't bring moobot. I added an easter egg that occurs if you type !moo, because I added inline spotify etc, so moobot's kinda obsolete ;P)


On topic:
Make a password-gen site, so people don't spam you.

You quoted it so I have deleted just dont trouble mods around here

On topic: bunch of newbies would perhaps join and for some guys would probably massregister and rig the +1 system

EDIT: Bitcoininfo nice idea to filter out stuff. I actually did a php code some time ago to fetch user data (for my evilness previously, if you have know what I did, you know it. Else I'll just keep it) out of BitcoinTalk。 Itcould be automated with
1: Push button post count and activity check (trust rating too)
2: post in a account verify thread (like BTCJAM's one)
3: Push the button again and get the ID's PW


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: jackjack on September 10, 2013, 08:36:14 PM
Short input. I'll have much more time soon™ to code/answer again.

Add an option to, when clicking a thread, view all posts (so we don't have to click "All")
AFAIK theymos removed the All button on long threads because on the heavy load it created. I might add it again for these threads but I won't make thread links load all the pages by default.

maybe have a cool autoloader that loads page 2 when you reach the bottom of page 1 otherwise,
This is something I'd like to implement.

Make a password-gen site, so people don't spam you.
Well he generates it so people can't create new accounts and downvote people who they don't like. This way he can control who get's the power to use it and who not. I think it would be better if the script works when you have reached a certain activity / post number.
Indeed that's the point. FWIW I never refused sending a password yet.
I'd like to make such a script, it would be easier than what 001sonkit describes.

It would just be a "Request password" button in the BT++ interface that would send a PM to my account "BT++", then the script (a daemon on my server) would send a PM with the password to the account asking for it. Only once (at all) per requesting account to avoid spamming PMs.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: Kouye on September 10, 2013, 10:32:01 PM
Short input. I'll have much more time soon™ to code/answer again.
Trademark is upside-down.
Two Weeks is TW, not TM.

And beside trolling, I'd like to necro one of my oldest suggestions, which was:
Make all those funky functionnalities inbound.
Have you talked with theymos about that?
I really hate having monkey scripts running wild on my computer, and would much prefer a smooth integration into the smf forum code.

If you don't feel like trying and convince theymos, I'm willing to try. I'm a diplomacy beast. ;D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: favdesu on September 11, 2013, 03:05:40 PM
When and where do we discuss scammer tags? https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=287622 seems like a decent starter


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: jackjack on September 11, 2013, 04:12:26 PM
Short input. I'll have much more time soon™ to code/answer again.
Trademark is upside-down.
Two Weeks is TW, not TM.

And beside trolling, I'd like to necro one of my oldest suggestions, which was:
Make all those funky functionnalities inbound.
Have you talked with theymos about that?
I really hate having monkey scripts running wild on my computer, and would much prefer a smooth integration into the smf forum code.

If you don't feel like trying and convince theymos, I'm willing to try. I'm a diplomacy beast. ;D
Do if you wish, I'm not really into negotiating

When and where do we discuss scammer tags? https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=287622 seems like a decent starter
Well... Here I guess. I don't want to spam the meta forum with BT++ threads.
Anybody wants to say something about xDeathwing?
I have not looked at this yet.

Oh wait he has -5/7 !?
Looks like you guys don't like him ;D

Ok I read the whole thread. Well, I'd prefer to give him an untrustworthy tag. It's up to you guys though.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.37
Post by: jackjack on September 11, 2013, 10:16:06 PM
New version, only one change
Hope you'll like it
I, for one, will use it a lot


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.38
Post by: HeroC on September 12, 2013, 12:16:36 AM
There is a bug with the new update. The ticker constantly says 'Contacting ticker...'


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.39
Post by: jackjack on September 12, 2013, 06:16:28 AM
There is a bug with the new update. The ticker constantly says 'Contacting ticker...'
This bug should have been solved nearly instantly (0.1.39 was published a few minutes after the buggy 0.1.38)
Could you check the version you're using? If it's 0.1.39 and the ticker is still broken tell me what is your ticker source


You should have Chrome, I forgot to create the crx file for 0.1.39
It should be working now


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.39
Post by: favdesu on September 12, 2013, 06:22:44 AM
image upload. fuck yeah!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.39
Post by: jackjack on September 12, 2013, 08:56:42 AM
image upload. fuck yeah!
Did you try it?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.39
Post by: phelix on September 12, 2013, 09:06:23 AM
From what I understand the +1s are per user? Or per post?  Per post would also be interesting.

IMHO it is better to only have +1 and not -1. A system with -1 failed a while ago because people were so pissed about the -1. So I think it is wise to only use +1


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.39
Post by: jackjack on September 12, 2013, 09:27:39 AM
From what I understand the +1s are per user? Or per post?  Per post would also be interesting.

IMHO it is better to only have +1 and not -1. A system with -1 failed a while ago because people were so pissed about the -1. So I think it is wise to only use +1
Yes per user.
We are not enough (~25) to have meaningful scores per post. It will be interesting to implement that later though. With something like auto-hide if a post is below -5 or -10.

Why do you say -1 failed? What are you referring to?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.39
Post by: Mitchell on September 12, 2013, 09:31:58 AM
From what I understand the +1s are per user? Or per post?  Per post would also be interesting.

IMHO it is better to only have +1 and not -1. A system with -1 failed a while ago because people were so pissed about the -1. So I think it is wise to only use +1
Only +1 would make this Facebook and I truly hate that rating system. Not being able to "not like" a person is stupid if you ask me. People cannot rig ratings, because they cannot vote right away. Jackjack has to send them their password.

I prefer to vote for a user and not a post he/she made. It might be useful later on, but for now, I disagree on the idea.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.39
Post by: phelix on September 12, 2013, 05:32:15 PM
From what I understand the +1s are per user? Or per post?  Per post would also be int.

IMHO it is better to only have +1 and not -1. A system with -1 failed a while ago because people were so pissed about the -1. So I think it is wise to only use +1
Yes per user.
We are not enough (~25) to have meaningful scores per post. It will be interesting to implement that later though. With something like auto-hide if a post is below -5 or -10.

Why do you say -1 failed? What are you referring to?
Auto hide would be pretty bad imho. It might just be another opinion. Coloring would be nice.

There once was a rating system on this forum for a short while. The problem was that people who got -1 got pissed and randomly -1ed everybody....  Maybe with only a few members it will work but with everybody only +1 makes sense imho unless your system makes  votes from -1ed people not count or something. probably -1 would still create a bad climate.





Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.41
Post by: joesmoe2012 on September 12, 2013, 05:35:43 PM
I personally like the -1 ability. I also think that rating topics would be awesome, even with a small user-base using the script, that would make valuable topics much easier to identify.

   
     


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.41
Post by: dserrano5 on September 12, 2013, 05:39:38 PM
I like the Perlmonks voting system (http://perlmonks.org/?node=Voting%2FExperience%20System) a lot. Users get a limited amounts of votes per day and get experience points (XP) when spending those votes and when others upvote their posts. People massively downvoting is punished with a loss of XP.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.41
Post by: firsttimeuser on September 12, 2013, 05:46:53 PM
image upload. fuck yeah!
Did you try it?
does not work for me :(


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.41
Post by: joesmoe2012 on September 12, 2013, 05:48:08 PM
I like the Perlmonks voting system (http://perlmonks.org/?node=Voting%2FExperience%20System) a lot. Users get a limited amounts of votes per day and get experience points (XP) when spending those votes and when others upvote their posts. People massively downvoting is punished with a loss of XP.
    That looks good to me!     


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.41
Post by: Mitchell on September 12, 2013, 05:57:34 PM
Testing Upload Image.
http://i.imgur.com/QXSxMg2.jpg

Works ;D

I like the Perlmonks voting system (http://perlmonks.org/?node=Voting%2FExperience%20System) a lot. Users get a limited amounts of votes per day and get experience points (XP) when spending those votes and when others upvote their posts. People massively downvoting is punished with a loss of XP.
This sounds good!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.41
Post by: favdesu on September 12, 2013, 06:13:35 PM
I always get "website not available" after I uploaded and inserted an IMG. strange


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.41
Post by: jackjack on September 12, 2013, 06:21:07 PM
Auto hide would be pretty bad imho. It might just be another opinion. Coloring would be nice.
It would be opt-in and configurable

There once was a rating system on this forum for a short while. The problem was that people who got -1 got pissed and randomly -1ed everybody....  Maybe with only a few members it will work but with everybody only +1 makes sense imho unless your system makes  votes from -1ed people not count or something. probably -1 would still create a bad climate.
People can't -1 everybody here. The lists of votes are public so if someone doing this is spotted we can talk about that here and I can ban him. This is not a democracy.

I like the Perlmonks voting system (http://perlmonks.org/?node=Voting%2FExperience%20System) a lot. Users get a limited amounts of votes per day and get experience points (XP) when spending those votes and when others upvote their posts. People massively downvoting is punished with a loss of XP.
I don't think it would fit here. The BT++ voting system is not a trust system and I think your link describes something that is more useful about trust.
I don't mind people -1ing all the scammers/beggers/spammers/etc even if they don't +1 the "positive" users.

does not work for me :(
I always get "website not available" after I uploaded and inserted an IMG. strange
What happens? OS? Browser? BT++ version (https://bitcointalk.org/btppconf.php)?
Where is "website not available" written? In the Upload button?

Testing Upload Image.
http://i.imgur.com/QXSxMg2.jpg

Works ;D
Good to hear that

BTW, look at this link: http://imgur.com/QXSxMg2
It gives the filename and the name of the uploader. (both could be manually modified though)
Should I change that?
I already put an "anonymous image upload" setting but I'm not sure whether I should put it on Yes or No by default.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.41
Post by: Mitchell on September 12, 2013, 06:28:56 PM
BTW, look at this link: http://imgur.com/QXSxMg2
It gives the filename and the name of the uploader. (both could be manually modified though)
Should I change that?
I already put an "anonymous image upload" setting but I'm not sure whether I should put it on Yes or No by default.
I do not really care, but it might be smart to set the standard option to No. Just to avoid tinfoil people ;p


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.41
Post by: jackjack on September 12, 2013, 06:33:36 PM
BTW, look at this link: http://imgur.com/QXSxMg2
It gives the filename and the name of the uploader. (both could be manually modified though)
Should I change that?
I already put an "anonymous image upload" setting but I'm not sure whether I should put it on Yes or No by default.
I do not really care, but it might be smart to set the standard option to No. Just to avoid tinfoil people ;p
Yeah seems better. We never know.
I guess you meant Yes though? ;D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.41
Post by: Mitchell on September 12, 2013, 06:39:34 PM
BTW, look at this link: http://imgur.com/QXSxMg2
It gives the filename and the name of the uploader. (both could be manually modified though)
Should I change that?
I already put an "anonymous image upload" setting but I'm not sure whether I should put it on Yes or No by default.
I do not really care, but it might be smart to set the standard option to No. Just to avoid tinfoil people ;p
Yeah seems better. We never know.
I guess you meant Yes though? ;D
Yeah. I don't really care. I mean it's just my forum name + the name of a picture. Who cares about that?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.42
Post by: HeroC on September 12, 2013, 07:01:30 PM
I like the Perlmonks voting system (http://perlmonks.org/?node=Voting%2FExperience%20System) a lot. Users get a limited amounts of votes per day and get experience points (XP) when spending those votes and when others upvote their posts. People massively downvoting is punished with a loss of XP.
    That looks good to me!     

Do you use this script to make all your posts red? If not, how? Do you just put the tags in manually? (Sorry for the offtopic-ness)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.42
Post by: HeroC on September 12, 2013, 07:05:06 PM
I just downloaded the new version @ the library. All set! Please work on the settings being server now that you have something to host it on. It is annoying to change it every time I use a different computer.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.42
Post by: joesmoe2012 on September 12, 2013, 07:47:37 PM
   
I like the Perlmonks voting system (http://perlmonks.org/?node=Voting%2FExperience%20System) a lot. Users get a limited amounts of votes per day and get experience points (XP) when spending those votes and when others upvote their posts. People massively downvoting is punished with a loss of XP.
    That looks good to me!     

Do you use this script to make all your posts red? If not, how? Do you just put the tags in manually? (Sorry for the offtopic-ness)
  Yes I do.   [/font][/color]


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.42
Post by: Mitchell on September 12, 2013, 07:48:05 PM
BTCaverage: 95.59 €
Lol whut? It should be a €


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.42
Post by: nimda on September 12, 2013, 07:52:25 PM
BTCaverage: 95.59 €
Lol whut? It should be a €

Sounds like Unicode is being improperly ansified somewhere.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.1.42
Post by: gweedo on September 12, 2013, 08:06:36 PM
BTCaverage: 95.59 €
Lol whut? It should be a €

Sounds like Unicode is being improperly ansified somewhere.

I would just use an image, euro's sign never show up properly.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.0
Post by: jackjack on September 12, 2013, 08:23:12 PM
I just downloaded the new version @ the library. All set! Please work on the settings being server now that you have something to host it on. It is annoying to change it every time I use a different computer.
Done, look at the settings page it's pretty straight-forward I think.
Thank you because I would never have done it without some reminders. And it's a hassle to change all the settings again each time I delete/reinstall BT++ on my dev PCs...
0.2.0, finally...

Going to fix the unicode bug now
Done. The € symbol is inside the script itself, I don't get why sometimes it becomes this mess... I'll try to check that each time to find out what happens.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.0
Post by: nimda on September 12, 2013, 08:35:53 PM
I just downloaded the new version @ the library. All set! Please work on the settings being server now that you have something to host it on. It is annoying to change it every time I use a different computer.
Done, look at the settings page it's pretty straight-forward I think.
Thank you because I would never have done it without some reminders. And it's a hassle to change all the settings again each time I delete/reinstall BT++ on my dev PCs...
0.2.0, finally...

Going to fix the unicode bug now
Done. The € symbol is inside the script itself, I don't get why sometimes it becomes this mess... I'll try to check that each time to find out what happens.

Maybe because the forum uses Latin-1?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: jackjack on September 12, 2013, 08:43:46 PM
I just downloaded the new version @ the library. All set! Please work on the settings being server now that you have something to host it on. It is annoying to change it every time I use a different computer.
Done, look at the settings page it's pretty straight-forward I think.
Thank you because I would never have done it without some reminders. And it's a hassle to change all the settings again each time I delete/reinstall BT++ on my dev PCs...
0.2.0, finally...

Going to fix the unicode bug now
Done. The € symbol is inside the script itself, I don't get why sometimes it becomes this mess... I'll try to check that each time to find out what happens.

Maybe because the forum uses Latin-1?

That's the point, the € is only inside the script so this has nothing to do with the forum.
Anyway I found the problem. When I resume coding on another computer, the script doesn't auto update because I previously modified it by hand.
So I go to http://userscripts.org/scripts/source/174546.user.js and copy/paste all the up-to-date code.
Result:
Quote
        return Array('',' €');

Of course when I'll use another computer tomorrow I will forget to fix that...


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: Mitchell on September 12, 2013, 08:56:56 PM
So I go to http://userscripts.org/scripts/source/174546.user.js and copy/paste all the up-to-date code.
Result:
Quote
        return Array('',' €');

Of course when I'll use another computer tomorrow I will forget to fix that...
I will fix it by hand right now and if you don't fix it tomorrow, you are going to send me 1BTC. That way you won't forget it, deal?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: jackjack on September 12, 2013, 08:58:21 PM
So I go to http://userscripts.org/scripts/source/174546.user.js and copy/paste all the up-to-date code.
Result:
Quote
        return Array('',' €');

Of course when I'll use another computer tomorrow I will forget to fix that...
I will fix it by hand right now and if you don't fix it tomorrow, you are going to send me 1BTC. That way you won't forget it, deal?
It's already fixed for now. (0.2.1)

Anyway. No.
I'd still be able to forget it...  >:(
It could have been smart if I were confident about my brain.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: Mitchell on September 12, 2013, 09:01:01 PM
So I go to http://userscripts.org/scripts/source/174546.user.js and copy/paste all the up-to-date code.
Result:
Quote
       return Array('',' €');

Of course when I'll use another computer tomorrow I will forget to fix that...
I will fix it by hand right now and if you don't fix it tomorrow, you are going to send me 1BTC. That way you won't forget it, deal?
Anyway. No.
I'd still be able to forget it...  >:(
It could have been smart if I were confident about my brain.
Dangit! There goes my easy 1BTC  :(


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: jackjack on September 12, 2013, 09:04:38 PM
So I go to http://userscripts.org/scripts/source/174546.user.js and copy/paste all the up-to-date code.
Result:
Quote
        return Array('',' €');

Of course when I'll use another computer tomorrow I will forget to fix that...
I will fix it by hand right now and if you don't fix it tomorrow, you are going to send me 1BTC. That way you won't forget it, deal?
Anyway. No.
I'd still be able to forget it...  >:(
It could have been smart if I were confident about my brain.
Dangit! There goes my easy 1BTC  :(
You can still bet that I'll forget with other people: http://bitbet.us ;D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: Mitchell on September 12, 2013, 09:10:24 PM
Dangit! There goes my easy 1BTC  :(
You can still bet that I'll forget with other people: http://bitbet.us ;D
Hahaha. No thanks ;p I try to gamble less.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: Kouye on September 12, 2013, 10:13:41 PM
You can still bet that I'll forget with other people: http://bitbet.us ;D

Dang, I posted a (my first one) bet on bitbet about you, hoping to help you getting some change.
But it was involing a poll here, and I posted the bet to get its url before posting the poll in here... And now the bet is under review, and most likely won't be accepted, since it lacks the poll link, which does not exist yet.
Oh well... Live and learn. ;D

http://bitbet.us/propositions/

Edit : to bitbet operator : if you read this, and allow me to send an email/mp to you, just including the poll url, that'd be very nice!



Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: favdesu on September 13, 2013, 05:32:34 AM
http://i.imgur.com/g2PlcBH.jpg

testing again


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: joesmoe2012 on September 13, 2013, 09:04:25 AM
When I try to pload an image, it says invalid password...? What does that mena?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: Mitchell on September 13, 2013, 09:05:20 AM
When I try to pload an image, it says invalid password...? What does that mena?
Have you entered your password in the setting area? If not, then that is the problem. You will have to request one from JackJack.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: joesmoe2012 on September 13, 2013, 09:07:04 AM
Yup, I've entered it. I'm able to vote and such, just not upload photos. Trying again in this post.   Yup confirmed, "Bad password"


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: Mitchell on September 13, 2013, 09:17:02 AM
Yup, I've entered it. I'm able to vote and such, just not upload photos. Trying again in this post.   Yup confirmed, "Bad password"
Hmm, strange. It works for me:
[LARGEIMG]http://i.imgur.com/STvu4vD.jpg[/LARGEIMG]


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: jackjack on September 13, 2013, 09:44:51 AM
You can still bet that I'll forget with other people: http://bitbet.us ;D

Dang, I posted a (my first one) bet on bitbet about you, hoping to help you getting some change.
But it was involing a poll here, and I posted the bet to get its url before posting the poll in here... And now the bet is under review, and most likely won't be accepted, since it lacks the poll link, which does not exist yet.
Oh well... Live and learn. ;D

http://bitbet.us/propositions/

Edit : to bitbet operator : if you read this, and allow me to send an email/mp to you, just including the poll url, that'd be very nice!
Refused!  >:(
What was the bet?

And by the way, I didn't forget to put the € back ;D


Yup, I've entered it. I'm able to vote and such, just not upload photos. Trying again in this post.   Yup confirmed, "Bad password"
If you are able to vote, that's strange...
Try again, the button should now tell you what username/pass you provided. Please check they are correct. (don't post your password obviously)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: Mitchell on September 13, 2013, 10:44:31 AM
Hey, I got another +1 ;D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: joesmoe2012 on September 13, 2013, 12:40:59 PM
nope, just says bac password: ->
 


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: jackjack on September 13, 2013, 01:12:51 PM
nope, just says bac password: ->
 

Try putting your password in this page (https://bitcointalk.org/btppconf.php?user=joesmoe2012)
Then try again


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: jackjack on September 14, 2013, 11:00:30 AM
Can anyone confirm saving/loading settings work?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: Mitchell on September 14, 2013, 11:10:33 AM
Can anyone confirm saving/loading settings work?
I could save and load it, but I didn't try it on a different computer, because I do not have on to test it on right now.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: jackjack on September 14, 2013, 11:14:26 AM
Can anyone confirm saving/loading settings work?
I could save and load it, but I didn't try it on a different computer, because I do not have on to test it on right now.
It should work then, thanks


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: joesmoe2012 on September 15, 2013, 04:35:13 PM
nope, just says bac password: ->
 

My password's in there, i can vote and all without issue.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.1
Post by: jackjack on September 16, 2013, 09:43:04 AM
nope, just says bac password: ->
 

My password's in there, i can vote and all without issue.
Please try again. It will likely fail again but I'm logging the data sent.


New small update.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.2
Post by: jackjack on September 16, 2013, 01:09:52 PM
Theymos just made signatures more easily blockable: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=294783.msg0#new
I will soon add a signature filter along with the list of ignored signatures


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.2
Post by: Mitchell on September 16, 2013, 01:12:04 PM
Theymos just made signatures more easily blockable: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=294783.msg0#new
I will soon add a signature filter along with the list of ignored signatures
Great idea! Now I can finally block users with those annoying "Get Paid for your Signature"-signatures.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.2
Post by: favdesu on September 16, 2013, 01:54:12 PM
Theymos just made signatures more easily blockable: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=294783.msg0#new
I will soon add a signature filter along with the list of ignored signatures

THANKS!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.2
Post by: favdesu on September 16, 2013, 06:36:45 PM
toggle signature works! good job :D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.2
Post by: jackjack on September 16, 2013, 06:39:16 PM
toggle signature works! good job :D
Wow you are freaking fast
It's ugly and maybe buggy but I don't have the time to enhance it for now
Hope you enjoy

FYI it's saved on the server so it keeps your blocked signatures on all your computers


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.2
Post by: tysat on September 16, 2013, 06:43:05 PM
I'm not sure if this has been mentioned or not yet....

It'd be cool if we could write notes for users (personal only) that way you can remember things about people.  Possible to do this and store it server side?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.2
Post by: favdesu on September 16, 2013, 06:49:40 PM
I'm not sure if this has been mentioned or not yet....

It'd be cool if we could write notes for users (personal only) that way you can remember things about people.  Possible to do this and store it server side?

sounds great. or even give an option to make the note public or private. not sure about the trolls though


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.2
Post by: Evolyn on September 16, 2013, 06:55:35 PM
toggle signature - best button ever! thanks to theymos and you, jackjack - way less eyecancer now!

the only bad thing, the button is very close to report scammer button and i'm afraid to missclick all time :x

would it be possible to add a confirm-dialog if you click on report scammer? and/or move the report scammer button somewhere next to report to moderator button?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.2
Post by: Mitchell on September 16, 2013, 07:21:21 PM
toggle signature - best button ever! thanks to theymos and you, jackjack - way less eyecancer now!

the only bad thing, the button is very close to report scammer button and i'm afraid to missclick all time :x

would it be possible to add a confirm-dialog if you click on report scammer? and/or move the report scammer button somewhere next to report to moderator button?
I agree with this.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.2
Post by: HeroC on September 16, 2013, 07:24:42 PM
I'm not sure if this has been mentioned or not yet....

It'd be cool if we could write notes for users (personal only) that way you can remember things about people.  Possible to do this and store it server side?

Great Idea. I would put a private note to myself with my BT++ Password.

Can you add a 'Wipe Settings' option? For public computers, I do not want my password stored on them.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.4
Post by: bernard75 on September 17, 2013, 07:43:32 AM
I'm not sure if this has been mentioned or not yet....

It'd be cool if we could write notes for users (personal only) that way you can remember things about people.  Possible to do this and store it server side?
Storing it locally is much easier and also safer from a privacy point of view.
But yeah, nice idea.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.4
Post by: jeffhuys on September 17, 2013, 08:08:49 AM
Still handing out passwords? :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.4
Post by: jackjack on September 17, 2013, 12:35:27 PM
I'm not sure if this has been mentioned or not yet....

It'd be cool if we could write notes for users (personal only) that way you can remember things about people.  Possible to do this and store it server side?
sounds great. or even give an option to make the note public or private. not sure about the trolls though
Not sure I said it but I thought about this
I don't have a todo list for BT++, looks like I should make it...


toggle signature - best button ever! thanks to theymos and you, jackjack - way less eyecancer now!

the only bad thing, the button is very close to report scammer button and i'm afraid to missclick all time :x

would it be possible to add a confirm-dialog if you click on report scammer? and/or move the report scammer button somewhere next to report to moderator button?
Ok, I'll move it
BTW if you want to remove a scammer report just tell me, I can remove them

Can you add a 'Wipe Settings' option? For public computers, I do not want my password stored on them.
I will. You can change it to an empty or false password in the BT++ settings until then.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.4
Post by: joesmoe2012 on September 17, 2013, 12:38:51 PM
The idea for storing notes on users is a great one. I would love that.

Tried adding a photo again, still getting bad password: ->


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.4
Post by: jackjack on September 17, 2013, 12:43:21 PM
The idea for storing notes on users is a great one. I would love that.

Tried adding a photo again, still getting bad password: ->

Please test again (yes it will fail, I just want to log more data when it crashes)
The problem comes from your BT++ script. Do you have the lastest version?
What OS? What browser?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.4
Post by: jackjack on September 17, 2013, 01:04:58 PM
Beware
Don't go to https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=39.0 or your signature ignore list will get fat


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.4
Post by: tysat on September 17, 2013, 01:25:40 PM
Beware
Don't go to https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=39.0 or your signature ignore list will get fat

Sadly some of us have to view that subforum....


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.4
Post by: joesmoe2012 on September 17, 2013, 01:29:38 PM
Okay error again on trying to post a photo.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.4
Post by: jackjack on September 17, 2013, 05:04:30 PM
Beware
Don't go to https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=39.0 or your signature ignore list will get fat

Sadly some of us have to view that subforum....
I feel for you...
Isn't it better with signatures hidden? Maybe you totally disabled them though.

Okay error again on trying to post a photo.
Thanks, I'll look at that and report the results
Tell me what version of BT++ you're using and what OS and browser you're running
Is saving settings working?


Update to 0.2.6 and try again


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.4
Post by: tysat on September 17, 2013, 09:58:28 PM
I feel for you...
Isn't it better with signatures hidden? Maybe you totally disabled them though.

Yup, I'm loving the hiding sigs option!

I'd be curious to see which sigs are blocked the most after a week or two of it being in place.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.4
Post by: jackjack on September 18, 2013, 12:17:51 PM
I'm glad you like it
We are currently 4 to hide at least one signature
I will make a page of blocked signatures when there are enough of us


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.4
Post by: Mitchell on September 18, 2013, 12:52:22 PM
I'm glad you like it
We are currently 4 to hide at least one signature
I will make a page of blocked signatures when there are enough of us
I would prefer a function which searches through signatures for a given string / list of strings and blocks those who have that string / list of strings. That way you could block all those annoying casino ad's by just entering "Casino".


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.4
Post by: joesmoe2012 on September 18, 2013, 01:03:19 PM
I thought it would auto-update after 6 hour, but it doesn't appear to have auto-updated...? 


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.4
Post by: favdesu on September 18, 2013, 02:54:25 PM
what about a global color stripe? that'd fix some eye-cancerous signatures / posts


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.4
Post by: jackjack on September 18, 2013, 03:04:12 PM
I thought it would auto-update after 6 hour, but it doesn't appear to have auto-updated...? 
The update was made only two hours ago

I'm glad you like it
We are currently 4 to hide at least one signature
I will make a page of blocked signatures when there are enough of us
I would prefer a function which searches through signatures for a given string / list of strings and blocks those who have that string / list of strings. That way you could block all those annoying casino ad's by just entering "Casino".
what about a global color stripe? that'd fix some eye-cancerous signatures / posts
Good ideas


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.4
Post by: Mitchell on September 18, 2013, 03:40:23 PM
I thought it would auto-update after 6 hour, but it doesn't appear to have auto-updated...? 
The update was made only two hours ago

I'm glad you like it
We are currently 4 to hide at least one signature
I will make a page of blocked signatures when there are enough of us
I would prefer a function which searches through signatures for a given string / list of strings and blocks those who have that string / list of strings. That way you could block all those annoying casino ad's by just entering "Casino".
what about a global color stripe? that'd fix some eye-cancerous signatures / posts
Good ideas
I know. I am a smart person :D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.6
Post by: jackjack on September 19, 2013, 12:01:03 PM
I made the image uploading available for everybody, not only for voters. That is what was initially planned, I don't know why I put this condition.

I still have to fix the uploading for Chrome.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.6
Post by: Mitchell on September 19, 2013, 12:04:18 PM
I made the image uploading available for everybody, not only for voters. That is what was initially planned, I don't know why I put this condition.

I still have to fix the uploading for Chrome.
Lol. Smart move :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.6
Post by: jackjack on September 25, 2013, 06:33:41 PM
I made a small change, please someone confirms that 0.2.7 is still working


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.6
Post by: tysat on September 25, 2013, 06:38:23 PM
I made a small change, please someone confirms that 0.2.7 is still working

Seems to be working fine for me


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.8
Post by: tysat on September 25, 2013, 07:09:20 PM
It's raining updates!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.8
Post by: favdesu on September 25, 2013, 07:46:50 PM
yiep .8 works :D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.8
Post by: bernard75 on September 26, 2013, 08:20:22 AM
Again?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.8
Post by: nimda on September 26, 2013, 05:17:36 PM
Having problems (re)installing the extension; will update later.

I'm ridiculous. Never mind.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.8
Post by: tysat on September 27, 2013, 03:41:31 PM
Bitcoin average w/o MtGox seems to be broken, stuck at 'Contacting ticker...'

EDIT:
Of course it starts working right after I posted this...


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.8
Post by: markjamrobin on September 29, 2013, 07:57:29 PM
PM me a password please!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.8
Post by: tysat on October 07, 2013, 02:24:38 PM
Is it possible to block user icons like signatures?  Just saw https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=79445 and that's really annoying.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.8
Post by: joesmoe2012 on October 08, 2013, 12:54:21 AM
You can do that under profile, but only to block is forum wide, not for specific users (i hate avatars so i just disable it forum wide).


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.8
Post by: favdesu on October 08, 2013, 05:00:37 AM
Is it possible to block user icons like signatures?  Just saw https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=79445 and that's really annoying.

indeed, annyoing as hell. got him on ignore


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.8
Post by: jackjack on October 08, 2013, 10:01:50 PM
Yep I'll add that
The problem is that I won't likely have the time to do that soon


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.8
Post by: Mitchell on October 09, 2013, 05:47:05 AM
A new version? Nice :3


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.10
Post by: favdesu on October 09, 2013, 03:01:17 PM
any update notes? :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.10
Post by: DiamondCardz on October 09, 2013, 03:55:07 PM
https://discussbitcoin.org/showthread.php?tid=16&pid=310#pid310

That was (part of) the update, I think. BT++ == DB++, according to Tampermonkey, so any updates for either displays an update for the other.

I'm surprised userscripts doesn't have an update log for this. :S


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.10
Post by: jackjack on October 09, 2013, 04:31:38 PM
Yeah it was only discussbitcoin stuff
I usually post about updates that are more important than just bug fixes

Diff log: http://userscripts.org/scripts/versions/174546


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.11
Post by: favdesu on October 12, 2013, 02:47:04 PM
current update is broken in chrome / tampermonkey. I always get a weird info box and I have to click on OK in order to load a new link here


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.11
Post by: jackjack on October 12, 2013, 02:58:09 PM
current update is broken in chrome / tampermonkey. I always get a weird info box and I have to click on OK in order to load a new link here
Yeah I'm sorry, 0.2.12 is broken
I thought it would not annoy anybody as I fixed the problem only a few minutes after it...
Please manually update to 0.2.13


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.11
Post by: favdesu on October 12, 2013, 03:17:01 PM
current update is broken in chrome / tampermonkey. I always get a weird info box and I have to click on OK in order to load a new link here
Yeah I'm sorry, 0.2.12 is broken
I thought it would not annoy anybody as I fixed the problem only a few minutes after it...
Please manually update to 0.2.13


works! :D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.13
Post by: DiamondCardz on October 12, 2013, 04:58:32 PM
http://gyazo.com/a469a851916ddcb0e92638f5f8e21150.png

Nice... ;)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.13
Post by: whiskers75 on October 13, 2013, 05:34:21 PM
Yay, discussbitcoin integration!

Oh, idea: have a tab at the side of the page which pops open an iframe linking to whiskchat.com ;) so we can chat and read the forums at the same time!

EDIT: Posting, signatures, avatars etc on DiscussBitcoin are broken, so I'll post this here: jackjack should make the CSS include this: http://whiskers75.com/db.css


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.13
Post by: Mitchell on October 16, 2013, 05:57:36 PM
So, I guess you are mostly working on this script for the other forum, right?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.13
Post by: jackjack on October 16, 2013, 06:14:36 PM
Yay, discussbitcoin integration!

Oh, idea: have a tab at the side of the page which pops open an iframe linking to whiskchat.com ;) so we can chat and read the forums at the same time!

EDIT: Posting, signatures, avatars etc on DiscussBitcoin are broken, so I'll post this here: jackjack should make the CSS include this: http://whiskers75.com/db.css
Why not, please PM me the details (how does this work, who runs that, etc), I really don't have the time to check soon
How is it broken? And how a CSS would repair that? (again I don't have the time to find out)

So, I guess you are mostly working on this script for the other forum, right?
Nope, there are only a few dozens lines of code for the other forum whereas the whole script is around a thousand lines
I'm just mega busy these days


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.13
Post by: Mitchell on October 16, 2013, 06:15:45 PM
So, I guess you are mostly working on this script for the other forum, right?
Nope, there are only a few dozens lines of code for the other forum whereas the whole script is around a thousand lines
I'm just mega busy these days
Ah, I see. Well, I thought that, because we didn't hear from you for a while, but still got updates :P
Anyway, good luck with what you are working on!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.13
Post by: favdesu on October 16, 2013, 06:19:45 PM
So, I guess you are mostly working on this script for the other forum, right?
Nope, there are only a few dozens lines of code for the other forum whereas the whole script is around a thousand lines
I'm just mega busy these days
Ah, I see. Well, I thought that, because we didn't hear from you for a while, but still got updates :P
Anyway, good luck with what you are working on!

yeah, I'd really like to see some changelogs here, if possible :D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: jackjack on October 16, 2013, 07:15:02 PM
So, I guess you are mostly working on this script for the other forum, right?
Nope, there are only a few dozens lines of code for the other forum whereas the whole script is around a thousand lines
I'm just mega busy these days
Ah, I see. Well, I thought that, because we didn't hear from you for a while, but still got updates :P
Anyway, good luck with what you are working on!
Well, yes it's "mostly" if you're looking at the last updates ;D
The last one is only changing "€" to "&euro;" though (favdesu: see end of OP for the changelog)
Thanks, it's nothing related to bitcoin so I hope that will become less time-consuming soon...


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: joesmoe2012 on October 17, 2013, 04:25:47 PM
Whats the other forum?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: jimmijames73 on October 17, 2013, 04:43:41 PM
Whats the other forum?


discussbitcoin.org

Link to thread:  https://discussbitcoin.org/showthread.php?tid=16


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: favdesu on October 17, 2013, 05:43:42 PM
Whats the other forum?


discussbitcoin.org

Link to thread:  https://discussbitcoin.org/showthread.php?tid=16

forum looks really broken.

also, with BT enabled, you can't edit your profile properly. try to change your avatar


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: DiamondCardz on October 19, 2013, 08:48:50 AM
Whats the other forum?


discussbitcoin.org

Link to thread:  https://discussbitcoin.org/showthread.php?tid=16

forum looks really broken.

also, with BT enabled, you can't edit your profile properly. try to change your avatar

Forum is slightly broken because it still needs to have code edited . Some bugs are MyBB-related and will hit you with certain browsers, and may flick in and out of existence.

Other than a couple missing images I see nothing wrong with it that's directly my fault, though.

You can PM me to have an avatar assigned, if you're having problems. The forum is mostly in beta now, you don't have to use it.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: jackjack on October 19, 2013, 07:49:48 PM
also, with BT enabled, you can't edit your profile properly. try to change your avatar
Are you sure it's because of BT++?
Doesn't seem to make the site crash for me


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.4
Post by: Evolyn on October 21, 2013, 11:50:34 AM
I'm glad you like it
We are currently 4 to hide at least one signature
I will make a page of blocked signatures when there are enough of us

how's the current status? already enough ppl using it to show a list like 'top 10 most anoying/ignored signatures'?

the list of reported potential scammers would be nice if sorted by amount of reports

if someone already earned reports, the report button could show in brakets the amount of reports, maybe bold and colored red
eg: Report scammer (1)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: Mitchell on October 21, 2013, 11:53:06 AM
I'm glad you like it
We are currently 4 to hide at least one signature
I will make a page of blocked signatures when there are enough of us

how's the current status? already enough ppl using it to show a list like 'top 10 most anoying/ignored signatures'?

the list of reported potential scammers would be nice if sorted by amount of reports

if someone already earned reports, the report button could show in brakets the amount of reports, maybe bold and colored red
eg: Report scammer (1)
I agree with those two ideas! That would make it a lot easier to see how many people think someone is a scammer.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: Mitchell on October 21, 2013, 09:28:54 PM
Another nice function would be auto-updating the "Show new replies to your posts" page after a while. I can code it, but to lazy atm. ::)

EDIT: Added it for myself. It now refreshes every 5 seconds if I don't move the mouse (to open stuff you know). I wanted to create a option for it, but I have no idea how you buildup the settings page. I see a lot of things, but I don't know to change it :P

If someone wants it, add the following at the end of the file:
Code:
if(document.location.href.split('/index.php?action=unreadreplie').length>1){
    document.onmousemove = (function() {
        var onmousestop = function() {
            location.reload(true);
        }, thread;
       
        return function() {
            clearTimeout(thread);
            thread = setTimeout(onmousestop, 5000);
        };
    })();
}


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: jackjack on October 25, 2013, 07:14:25 PM
First of all: if you edit the script yourself you'll likely break the auto-update

1. List of ignored sigs: https://jackjack.alwaysdata.net/btpp/ignoredsigs.php
2. Show number of reports next to "Report scammer": not yet
3. Auto-update unread replies: not yet

(I don't have access to my dev computer, which is needed to update the script)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: joesmoe2012 on October 26, 2013, 06:52:16 AM
Why is it that all ratings are publicly listed? I don't like the idea that if i negatively rate someone, they can find out about it. Thats just likely to start some bs over nothing. It should be anonymous...?

Does nobody agree?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: jackjack on October 26, 2013, 11:16:53 AM
Why is it that all ratings are publicly listed? I don't like the idea that if i negatively rate someone, they can find out about it. Thats just likely to start some bs over nothing. It should be anonymous...?

Does nobody agree?
Did you look at the list?
Good luck finding the people one voted against/for


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: bernard75 on October 27, 2013, 03:56:11 AM
Any chance we will see the adds disappear?
Or its still a few clicks in Adblock?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: gweedo on October 27, 2013, 04:04:06 AM
Any chance we will see the adds disappear?
Or its still a few clicks in Adblock?

or become a hero member and the forum blocks it for me ;) LOL but seriously ads shouldn't be blocked.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: whiskers75 on October 27, 2013, 01:55:47 PM
Any chance we will see the adds disappear?
Or its still a few clicks in Adblock?

or become a hero member and the forum blocks it for me ;) LOL but seriously ads shouldn't be blocked.
The forum has enough money already...


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: favdesu on October 27, 2013, 04:29:19 PM
BT++ SETTINGS* says update available, but the userscript checker says there's nothing to update D:


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: tysat on October 27, 2013, 04:30:34 PM
The script doesn't seem to be hiding sigs any more on Firefox.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: favdesu on October 27, 2013, 05:07:58 PM
The script doesn't seem to be hiding sigs any more on Firefox.

I guess the server is down. no ratings / sig hidings


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: Mitchell on October 27, 2013, 06:14:15 PM
The script doesn't seem to be hiding sigs any more on Firefox.

I guess the server is down. no ratings / sig hidings
+1.

@Jackjack, I know it can break the Auto-Update function, but it seems to work fine at the moment. I have to same problems as everyone else :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: jackjack on October 28, 2013, 09:28:47 AM
I still have access to it so I am saving everything if something bad happens
It seems their HTTP servers are down

I deleted some log files and looks like it's ok now
Their admin panel is kinda slow though so it could crash again later


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: jackjack on October 28, 2013, 02:32:51 PM
2. Show number of reports next to "Report scammer": not yet
3. Auto-update unread replies: not yet
Done in 0.2.15: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268435

I didn't implement the bitcoininformation's "don't refresh if the mouse recently moved" because I didn't want to steal his code and I don't think it's absolutely necessary
Tell me if you think the contrary


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.14
Post by: Mitchell on October 28, 2013, 02:39:31 PM
2. Show number of reports next to "Report scammer": not yet
3. Auto-update unread replies: not yet
Done in 0.2.15
Awesome update! Just one little thing, the page updates even when I move my mouse. That will cause the page to reload when I am opening topics, which could be annoying. Could you add an option to check for mouse movements?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.15
Post by: jackjack on October 28, 2013, 04:11:53 PM
You must have missed my edit
I can add it soon I guess


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.15
Post by: Mitchell on October 28, 2013, 04:17:29 PM
You must have missed my edit
I can add it soon I guess
Ah, yeah I missed that. I think it's quite useful and you can use my code if you want to, but if nobody needs it, then don't worry about it.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.15
Post by: joesmoe2012 on October 28, 2013, 04:24:07 PM
Could we have a notes feature, where I can store notes by clicking on a username and a little edit box pops up.

Its hard to keep track of so many people on here.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.15
Post by: jackjack on October 28, 2013, 08:19:04 PM
Auto-refresh available in every page in 0.2.19

http://i.imgur.com/fLrFMKE.png



Notes about a user is on my todo list


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.18
Post by: jackjack on October 28, 2013, 08:57:12 PM
It seems that people don't like to report scammers
I just created this thread (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=320449.new;topicseen#new) to flag reported people


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.18
Post by: Evolyn on October 28, 2013, 09:03:58 PM
thanks for the report scammer amount indicator!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.19
Post by: Mitchell on October 28, 2013, 09:32:29 PM
Fancy auto-update :o


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.19
Post by: Mitchell on October 28, 2013, 11:12:43 PM
It would be a good idea to check for keypress too. While writing this post my paged refreshed and I had to start over again :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.19
Post by: jackjack on October 30, 2013, 09:50:33 PM
Glad you like the updates!

Could we have a notes feature, where I can store notes by clicking on a username and a little edit box pops up.

Its hard to keep track of so many people on here.
Alpha version of notes in 0.2.20: displaying works but not editing. It's not hard to add but I don't have the time to do it...
Take a look at the OP of https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268435 (it's a note that everybody can see only for testing purposes, of course there will be no such overall note when it's ready)

It would be a good idea to check for keypress too. While writing this post my paged refreshed and I had to start over again :P
Indeed, added in 0.2.21


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.19
Post by: Mitchell on October 30, 2013, 10:00:10 PM
Damn dude, you are fast! The notes look awesome and the auto-update works fine now, but it doesn't see backspace as a keypress. Oh well, no that big of a deal. ;)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.19
Post by: Kouye on October 30, 2013, 10:18:54 PM
0.2.21

Even though you think he might be asking too much, that's the tip you should send to be using the script.
Better now than later, cause it will raise, probably.

(Consider that as green back-colored ad, no relation.)
Just fucking tip jackjack!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.19
Post by: Mitchell on October 30, 2013, 10:25:59 PM
0.2.21

Even though you think he might be asking too much, that's the tip you should send to be using the script.
Better now than later, cause it will raise, probably.

(Consider that as green back-colored ad, no relation.)
Just fucking tip jackjack!
I would tip him, but I am currently limited in my Bitcoins. Keeping up a faucet costs a lot more then I expected, but well, I am having fun doing it ;D

JackJack, I will definitly tip you when I am able too.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.21
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 01, 2013, 02:04:37 AM
I would really really really like the ability to ignore a paticular thread, so that it doesn't show up in the forum listings. There's some threads that are always popping up annoying me that I have absolutely no interest in (such as the Free Bitcoin threads).

Also, I don't see how the notes features works yet, but maybe i missed something.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.21
Post by: Mitchell on November 01, 2013, 02:16:28 PM
Could the person that gave me a -1 send me a Message (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=pm;sa=send;u=113670)? I would like to fix any problem you have with me or what I did. ;)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.21
Post by: Magazine on November 01, 2013, 03:14:37 PM
Notes about users would be cool


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.21
Post by: Mitchell on November 01, 2013, 04:19:18 PM
Nvm. I can already guess who did it.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.21
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 01, 2013, 04:28:03 PM
Nvm. I can already guess who did it.

Isn't there a public record of all the votes? I thought it was viewable somewhere...someone -1'd me too lol


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.21
Post by: Mitchell on November 01, 2013, 04:33:02 PM
Nvm. I can already guess who did it.
Isn't there a public record of all the votes? I thought it was viewable somewhere...someone -1'd me too lol

There is an option in BT settings. But the username is hashed/secret.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.21
Post by: jackjack on November 01, 2013, 04:50:22 PM
0.2.21

Even though you think he might be asking too much, that's the tip you should send to be using the script.
Better now than later, cause it will raise, probably.

(Consider that as green back-colored ad, no relation.)
Just fucking tip jackjack!
0.2.21

Even though you think he might be asking too much, that's the tip you should send to be using the script.
Better now than later, cause it will raise, probably.

(Consider that as green back-colored ad, no relation.)
Just fucking tip jackjack!
I would tip him, but I am currently limited in my Bitcoins. Keeping up a faucet costs a lot more then I expected, but well, I am having fun doing it ;D

JackJack, I will definitly tip you when I am able too.
Nice to see the script is appreciated :)

I would really really really like the ability to ignore a paticular thread, so that it doesn't show up in the forum listings. There's some threads that are always popping up annoying me that I have absolutely no interest in (such as the Free Bitcoin threads).
Should be easy to implement
The problem is that the index would still appear as unread

Also, I don't see how the notes features works yet, but maybe i missed something.
Put your mouse on the http://www.mehun-natation.com/e107_images/icons/icon20.png next to my username

I have to say I really like this script, despite it adding a bit of delay before the page is displayed (it doesn't seem to be related to external requests, as the ticker and user ratings come up after).

I have a few remarks:

You can't see your rating of an user, and this is what I mostly care about (I actually wouldn't mind an option to only have my own rating shown). This would probably be better than my very liberal usage of ignore because I can't remember all usernames. Perhaps bold the + or - when you already have rated the user.

Another one is that you can't use "report scammer" on an ignored user.
I never noticed any delay. Does anybody notice this as well? I'll check that.
You can see your list of ratings: go to BT++ settings page, then List of all BT++ votes (https://jackjack.alwaysdata.net/btpp//voteslist.php) (you must know your own hash, ask me if you want it)
If you want to check without changing the page then click on +:
  • 1. if you never rated the user: the script will display "voted +1"
  • 2. if you already rated him +1: the script will display "already voted +1"
  • 3. if you already rated him -1: the script will display "vote revoked"
Then if in case 1. or 3. click on -1.
It's of course not perfect but it's the only way to know for now. Your idea is kinda good.

About the "report scammer" on an ignored user, I didn't notice, I'll fix that soon.

Could the person that gave me a -1 send me a Message (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=pm;sa=send;u=113670)? I would like to fix any problem you have with me or what I did. ;)
PMs to voters are coming



Current todo:
Quote
ignore thread
note users
display current vote
report scammer on ignored user
pms to voters


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.21
Post by: jackjack on November 01, 2013, 05:55:55 PM
I never noticed any delay. Does anybody notice this as well? I'll check that.
If you can't reproduce it don't worry about it. I'm using an older Firefox and Scriptish, both of which I should change anyway.
That may explain why


0.2.22 includes user notes


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.15
Post by: inform on November 01, 2013, 06:03:15 PM
Auto-refresh available in every page in 0.2.19

http://i.imgur.com/fLrFMKE.png



Notes about a user is on my todo list

Nice functionality


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.23
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 01, 2013, 08:19:18 PM
I never noticed any delay. Does anybody notice this as well? I'll check that.
If you can't reproduce it don't worry about it. I'm using an older Firefox and Scriptish, both of which I should change anyway.
That may explain why


0.2.22 includes user notes

How do i leave a note on someone?

Also the notes I leave, are they stored on my hdd or on your server?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.23
Post by: jackjack on November 01, 2013, 08:24:35 PM
Click on "Add note" then on the blue icon next to the username
The notes are stored on the server


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.23
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 01, 2013, 08:29:29 PM
I don't see an add note anywhere, maybe i'm missing something ...?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.23
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 01, 2013, 08:30:04 PM
Aha i'm still on a couple old versiion old version....is the autoupdate no longer working?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.23
Post by: jackjack on November 01, 2013, 08:53:18 PM
Looks like the server is crashing right now, that may be why


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.23
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 01, 2013, 09:02:37 PM
Yup I see it now, auto updated and Add Note appears as it should. Thanks for the great work :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.23
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 01, 2013, 09:04:09 PM
How do I see or edit the note? I click add note and now there's a little blue circle next to the name, but I can't seem to see any note, nor type anything...?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.23
Post by: jackjack on November 01, 2013, 09:07:06 PM
Great

The problems on the server make the script crash...
When it is solved, once the blue image shows you must click on it and the script will ask you the note to save


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.23
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 01, 2013, 09:12:35 PM
Gotcha, thanks again :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.23
Post by: jackjack on November 02, 2013, 12:56:49 AM
0.2.24 tells you when "add note" can't work because of the server being unreachable

By the way the server is really having a hard time... I'm glad I don't pay for this...


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.24
Post by: favdesu on November 02, 2013, 08:30:09 AM
I think the server is down?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.24
Post by: jackjack on November 02, 2013, 11:35:49 AM
I don't know what is happening...
The server returns the notes (+1/-1) and I can even vote, but other features don't work, I can't SSH into the server and I can't login to the admin interface
I'll wait until monday, if it still doesn't work I'll change the hosting (the backup of the data is a few days old and the backup of the BT++ engine is 5 minutes prior to the crash so you won't notice anything once I set up everything again)

Oh, idea: have a tab at the side of the page which pops open an iframe linking to whiskchat.com ;) so we can chat and read the forums at the same time!
I wasn't sure but now I'm sure I won't do this: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=322185.0


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.24
Post by: jackjack on November 02, 2013, 01:57:07 PM
Shameless double post

I'm about to add ads in BT++
http://i.imgur.com/KlXYOS4.png

Why?
If the server problems continue I will use the server tysat lent me, but I think I'll have to buy a real server in the following months anyway (people not wanting someone from the staff having access to the data, having the full control of the server at any time, not abusing tysat's kindness)

As nearly everything, they will be only displayed if you want to (and disabled by default)
I'm testing with bitads.net. Any thoughts? Did someone try a-ads?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.24
Post by: Mitchell on November 02, 2013, 07:07:23 PM
Well, I wouldn't mind having ads so that you can pay for your server. Also the placement of the ad is perfect, visible but not annoying.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.24
Post by: jackjack on November 02, 2013, 07:51:12 PM
Great, I tried to make them not annoying
Note that you can choose which one you want, it's not either none or all


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.24
Post by: Mitchell on November 02, 2013, 07:59:20 PM
Great, I tried to make them not annoying
Note that you can choose which one you want, it's not either none or all
I would enable all, as long as they don't annoy me :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.24
Post by: jackjack on November 03, 2013, 02:08:34 AM
Thanks :)
I still have to make the bitads admin validate my account first
A-ads doesn't need any validation though... I think I'll use a-ads for now


I just added them in 0.2.25
Chrome users must wait until the server is up back or until I set up a new server


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.25
Post by: Mitchell on November 03, 2013, 09:53:06 AM
Thanks :)
I still have to make the bitads admin validate my account first
A-ads doesn't need any validation though... I think I'll use a-ads for now


I just added them in 0.2.25
Chrome users must wait until the server is up back or until I set up a new server
I will kick his ass for you.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.25
Post by: jackjack on November 04, 2013, 08:49:56 AM
Thanks :)
I still have to make the bitads admin validate my account first
A-ads doesn't need any validation though... I think I'll use a-ads for now


I just added them in 0.2.25
Chrome users must wait until the server is up back or until I set up a new server
I will kick his ass for you.
I did it, by choosing a-ads ;D


I noticed that there is a permanent '*' now that the server is down. If the server is still dead this evening I'll register elsewhere.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.25
Post by: Mitchell on November 04, 2013, 09:12:43 AM
Thanks :)
I still have to make the bitads admin validate my account first
A-ads doesn't need any validation though... I think I'll use a-ads for now


I just added them in 0.2.25
Chrome users must wait until the server is up back or until I set up a new server
I will kick his ass for you.
I did it, by choosing a-ads ;D


I noticed that there is a permanent '*' now that the server is down. If the server is still dead this evening I'll register elsewhere.
Yeah, I wanted to tell you that. It might be smart to disable that when the server is down :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.25
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 04, 2013, 08:54:26 PM
Sent ya a PM, happy to donate a server for your efforts.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.25
Post by: jackjack on November 04, 2013, 10:16:24 PM
Thanks :)
I still have to make the bitads admin validate my account first
A-ads doesn't need any validation though... I think I'll use a-ads for now


I just added them in 0.2.25
Chrome users must wait until the server is up back or until I set up a new server
I will kick his ass for you.
I did it, by choosing a-ads ;D


I noticed that there is a permanent '*' now that the server is down. If the server is still dead this evening I'll register elsewhere.
Yeah, I wanted to tell you that. It might be smart to disable that when the server is down :P
Better fix it!

0.2.27 fixes the *, hides the [ ] [+ -] when the server is down and disable the user links (toggle sig, report scammer and add note)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.25
Post by: Mitchell on November 04, 2013, 10:19:10 PM
Thanks :)
I still have to make the bitads admin validate my account first
A-ads doesn't need any validation though... I think I'll use a-ads for now


I just added them in 0.2.25
Chrome users must wait until the server is up back or until I set up a new server
I will kick his ass for you.
I did it, by choosing a-ads ;D


I noticed that there is a permanent '*' now that the server is down. If the server is still dead this evening I'll register elsewhere.
Yeah, I wanted to tell you that. It might be smart to disable that when the server is down :P
Better fix it!

0.2.27 fixes the *, hides the [ ] [+ -] when the server is down and disable the user links (toggle sig, report scammer and add note)
I would prefer not seeing it at all, instead of not working links :P But oh well, I nag to much.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.27
Post by: jackjack on November 04, 2013, 10:25:27 PM
Thanks :)
I still have to make the bitads admin validate my account first
A-ads doesn't need any validation though... I think I'll use a-ads for now


I just added them in 0.2.25
Chrome users must wait until the server is up back or until I set up a new server
I will kick his ass for you.
I did it, by choosing a-ads ;D


I noticed that there is a permanent '*' now that the server is down. If the server is still dead this evening I'll register elsewhere.
Yeah, I wanted to tell you that. It might be smart to disable that when the server is down :P
Better fix it!

0.2.27 fixes the *, hides the [ ] [+ -] when the server is down and disable the user links (toggle sig, report scammer and add note)
I would prefer not seeing it at all, instead of not working links :P But oh well, I nag to much.
Yeah I don't know why I didn't hide them... Sometimes I do strange things.
Anyway, I changed that but I kept the same version number so it's likely you'll be the only one to see those deactivated links ;D Well, until the next version


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.27
Post by: Mitchell on November 04, 2013, 10:32:04 PM
Yeah I don't know why I didn't hide them... Sometimes I do strange things.
Anyway, I changed that but I kept the same version number so it's likely you'll be the only one to see those deactivated links ;D Well, until the next version
Aaah, much better ;) Thanks!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.27
Post by: MakeBelieve on November 04, 2013, 11:42:44 PM
I have stumbled onto a hidden gem in this forum!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.27
Post by: Mitchell on November 05, 2013, 09:01:31 AM
Let me nag some more, "Mark all as read" disappears from "Show new replies to your posts." when you have this script running. ::)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.27
Post by: jackjack on November 05, 2013, 09:16:00 AM
I have stumbled onto a hidden gem in this forum!
I'm glad you like it :)

Let me nag some more, "Mark all as read" disappears from "Show new replies to your posts." when you have this script running. ::)
Done!

I also changed the size of an ad because it was too small (first advertiser is here, the big ad at the top)
(0.2.28)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: Mitchell on November 05, 2013, 09:23:19 AM
I have stumbled onto a hidden gem in this forum!
I'm glad you like it :)

Let me nag some more, "Mark all as read" disappears from "Show new replies to your posts." when you have this script running. ::)
Done!

I also changed the size of an ad because it was too small (first advertiser is here, the big ad at the top)
(0.2.28)
Yeah, I saw that one, but it didn't bother me to much :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: whiskers75 on November 05, 2013, 04:51:52 PM
I have stumbled onto a hidden gem in this forum!
I'm glad you like it :)

Let me nag some more, "Mark all as read" disappears from "Show new replies to your posts." when you have this script running. ::)
Done!

I also changed the size of an ad because it was too small (first advertiser is here, the big ad at the top)
(0.2.28)
Yeah, I saw that one, but it didn't bother me to much :P
Only display ads if your server's actually working? ...:P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: Mitchell on November 08, 2013, 11:20:35 PM
This might be a strange request, but could you add Bitonic to the ticker list (https://bitonic.nl/json/sell?part=offer&check=btc&btc=1 (https://bitonic.nl/json/sell?part=offer&check=btc&btc=1))?
It is a local Dutch service used to sell and buy Bitcoins and that way Dutch people can see how much they can get for 1 Bitcoin right now.
I already hacked it into my own version, but it would be nice if it was in the official release.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: jackjack on November 09, 2013, 10:45:37 AM
I have some free time today.

I am setting up the new server. It's lent by joesmoe2012, who doesn't have access to the files. I won't put the Chrome updates on his server so that you can be 100% sure the updates are legit.

This might be a strange request, but could you add Bitonic to the ticker list (https://bitonic.nl/json/sell?part=offer&check=btc&btc=1 (https://bitonic.nl/json/sell?part=offer&check=btc&btc=1))?
It is a local Dutch service used to sell and buy Bitcoins and that way Dutch people can see how much they can get for 1 Bitcoin right now.
I already hacked it into my own version, but it would be nice if it was in the official release.
Added in the future version


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: Mitchell on November 09, 2013, 10:54:59 AM
I have some free time today.

I am setting up the new server. It's lent by joesmoe2012, who doesn't have access to the files. I won't put the Chrome updates on his server so that you can be 100% sure the updates are legit.

This might be a strange request, but could you add Bitonic to the ticker list (https://bitonic.nl/json/sell?part=offer&check=btc&btc=1 (https://bitonic.nl/json/sell?part=offer&check=btc&btc=1))?
It is a local Dutch service used to sell and buy Bitcoins and that way Dutch people can see how much they can get for 1 Bitcoin right now.
I already hacked it into my own version, but it would be nice if it was in the official release.
Added in the future version

Alright, sounds good dude and thanks! ;)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: inform on November 09, 2013, 12:06:50 PM
I have some free time today.

I am setting up the new server. It's lent by joesmoe2012, who doesn't have access to the files. I won't put the Chrome updates on his server so that you can be 100% sure the updates are legit.

This might be a strange request, but could you add Bitonic to the ticker list (https://bitonic.nl/json/sell?part=offer&check=btc&btc=1 (https://bitonic.nl/json/sell?part=offer&check=btc&btc=1))?
It is a local Dutch service used to sell and buy Bitcoins and that way Dutch people can see how much they can get for 1 Bitcoin right now.
I already hacked it into my own version, but it would be nice if it was in the official release.
Added in the future version

Yeah Thanx for this


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: jackjack on November 09, 2013, 10:07:36 PM
Longer than I thought because of bad settings but I'm on it


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: Mitchell on November 09, 2013, 10:19:38 PM
Longer than I thought because of bad settings but I'm on it
No worries dude ;)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: jackjack on November 09, 2013, 11:48:10 PM
The new version is here, please report any problem


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: Mitchell on November 10, 2013, 12:17:49 AM
I see a pesky * ::) No problems other then that currently.

Suggestion: Change "Add note" to "Remove Note" once clicked and remove the note when you click on it. Then well, change it back to "Add Note".


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: whiskers75 on November 10, 2013, 08:18:10 AM
Your server's been down for 2 weeks now. :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: Mitchell on November 10, 2013, 10:25:55 AM
Yesterday it worked for a few minutes :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: jackjack on November 10, 2013, 11:39:22 AM
Your server's been down for 2 weeks now. :P
Yesterday it worked for a few minutes :P
Don't you see it working right now? (only for 0.2.30)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: Mitchell on November 10, 2013, 11:45:39 AM
Your server's been down for 2 weeks now. :P
Yesterday it worked for a few minutes :P
Don't you see it working right now? (only for 0.2.30)

-does an update-
Nope, I don't see anything.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: jackjack on November 10, 2013, 12:15:42 PM
I don't see any activity from you in the logs (except with the old version a few hours ago)

What do you see here (https://btpp.jampa.eu/note.php?json=1&client=official&clientversion=0.2.30&pseudo=lightlord&no=30541&p=&uid=)?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: Mitchell on November 10, 2013, 12:25:54 PM
I don't see any activity from you in the logs (except with the old version a few hours ago)

What do you see here (https://btpp.jampa.eu/note.php?json=1&client=official&clientversion=0.2.30&pseudo=lightlord&no=30541&p=&uid=)?
First thing I get is an SSL-error. After that I see this:
{"error":"none", "note":0, "votes":2, "id":30541, "info":{}, "tag":{"name":"", "style":"", "reference":""}}


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: Mitchell on November 10, 2013, 12:26:07 PM
Oh now it works, lol.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: jackjack on November 10, 2013, 12:29:15 PM
Ok I get it, the SSL error makes the script deny the calls to the server
I guess I'm going to create the cert myself

For other people: until I make it, click the link I posted, accept the certificate then it's ok


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: Mitchell on November 10, 2013, 12:30:49 PM
Also, you made a new password system? Because my old one wasn't correct anymore. :P
I did get it working (nice system by the way).


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: jackjack on November 10, 2013, 01:02:55 PM
Looks like self-signed certificates can't be used... Really smart move browser developpers...
Well, I'll drop ssl for now


Also, you made a new password system? Because my old one wasn't correct anymore. :P
I did get it working (nice system by the way).
Yes everything about passwords has been changed
I'm glad it works and is clear enough


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 10, 2013, 02:36:13 PM
Update thread title too for new version.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 10, 2013, 02:36:50 PM
I'm still on 2.23! Can you fix the auto-update too :)



Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: Mitchell on November 10, 2013, 03:01:01 PM
Quote
You will need a password to vote: IT IS NOT YOUR BITCOINTALK PASSWORD! You must ask me what is your password.
You might want to change that in the OP JackJack. ;)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.28
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 10, 2013, 03:49:09 PM
It appears your host for the files is down.



Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.32
Post by: jackjack on November 10, 2013, 04:19:36 PM
I'm still on 2.23! Can you fix the auto-update too :)
It appears your host for the files is down.
Yeah totally, I'm working on it


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.32
Post by: Mitchell on November 10, 2013, 04:29:33 PM
Server seems to be online after I confirmed the SSL stuff again.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.32
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 10, 2013, 04:32:20 PM
I'm still on 2.23! Can you fix the auto-update too :)
It appears your host for the files is down.
Yeah totally, I'm working on it

haha sorry didn't mean to push, just wanted to make sure you knew.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.32
Post by: jackjack on November 10, 2013, 04:41:16 PM
I'm still on 2.23! Can you fix the auto-update too :)
It appears your host for the files is down.
Yeah totally, I'm working on it

haha sorry didn't mean to push, just wanted to make sure you knew.
No worries :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.32
Post by: favdesu on November 10, 2013, 05:22:39 PM
welcome back script! :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.32
Post by: Mitchell on November 10, 2013, 05:30:29 PM
I really like the new chat feature ;)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.32
Post by: jackjack on November 10, 2013, 05:33:52 PM
Chrome auto-updates should be working!

Hmm... The script seems bugged in Chrome though...


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.33
Post by: Evolyn on November 10, 2013, 06:10:55 PM
Oh lol, there is a fucking chat now :D Does the chat already work (script version 0.2.34)? Seems bit broken to me, do i miss something? Using Firefox, already tried disabling AdBlock, NoScript and few other plugins


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.34
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 10, 2013, 06:18:06 PM
I think chat is broken in Chrome, I just see a random window saying chat.

Nice progress though.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.34
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 10, 2013, 06:26:41 PM
Also image uploading in chrome on the latest version is still not working for me.

I chose the file to upload, then click upload, and it gets stuck on "uploading..."


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.34
Post by: jackjack on November 10, 2013, 06:44:19 PM
I think chat is broken in Chrome, I just see a random window saying chat.

Nice progress though.
Oh lol, there is a fucking chat now :D Does the chat already work (script version 0.2.34)? Seems bit broken to me, do i miss something? Using Firefox, already tried disabling AdBlock, NoScript and few other plugins
In Firefox it should work in 0.2.34
In Chrome it should work from 0.2.35

Edit: the server returned the history only if your password was correct. It should work now.

Also image uploading in chrome on the latest version is still not working for me.

I chose the file to upload, then click upload, and it gets stuck on "uploading..."
Oh yeah I forgot that
I finish the chat and look at this


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.34
Post by: whiskers75 on November 10, 2013, 07:16:05 PM
There's no chat here, and there's a constant *....
also, that link SSL Errors.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.34
Post by: jackjack on November 10, 2013, 07:22:44 PM
There's no chat here, and there's a constant *....
also, that link SSL Errors.
You should have an old version, the current one is 0.2.35


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.35
Post by: Evolyn on November 10, 2013, 09:12:10 PM
Edit: the server returned the history only if your password was correct. It should work now.
yes, working after i set new password (and already updated to 0.2.35). hope having chat enabled isnt a huge security flaw. charset seems to be still a bit silly but everything else is fine. nice work!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.35
Post by: Mitchell on November 10, 2013, 09:15:38 PM
I don't see the chat anymore, even after disabling and re-enabling again.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.35
Post by: Evolyn on November 10, 2013, 10:21:23 PM
I don't see the chat anymore, even after disabling and re-enabling again.
did you change the position? you have to write a unit after the number, e.g. 50px or 20%, depends on what you want. happened to me too when i tried to move the chatbox.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.35
Post by: jackjack on November 10, 2013, 10:30:11 PM
hope having chat enabled isnt a huge security flaw
I remove < and >'s, it should be ok

0.2.36 should fully (at least mostly) work (unicode, chatbox display, special chars, etc)
0.2.37 brings some fixes & features


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 11, 2013, 01:34:50 AM
Image Upload still not working for me in chrome + .37



Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 11, 2013, 02:24:21 AM
Also, the add note feature doesn't seem to work in Chrome either.

What browser are you guys using? Maybe I shouldn't be using Chrome?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: Mitchell on November 11, 2013, 06:45:57 AM
I don't see the chat anymore, even after disabling and re-enabling again.
did you change the position? you have to write a unit after the number, e.g. 50px or 20%, depends on what you want. happened to me too when i tried to move the chatbox.
Those are correct. I know how to CSS ;) Anyway it shows again.
Testing Image upload, still uploading, nothing happens.

EDIT: Notes work if you hover over them, but when you click on them they say that the value is nothing. This goes away if you do a refresh. Notes cannot be removed, sadly.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: kieras on November 11, 2013, 09:29:48 AM
Image Upload fix yet?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: Mitchell on November 11, 2013, 09:32:05 AM
Image Upload fix yet?
I tested it a few hours ago and it didn't work. Jackjack hasn't been online since, so I doubt that its fixed.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: Mitchell on November 11, 2013, 11:41:03 AM
Another suggestion:
It might be useful to display someones BTCT++ trust rating on their account page. Not everybody sees someone on the forums / looks them up on the forum before they trade with them (or do something like that).


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: jackjack on November 11, 2013, 01:58:00 PM
Also, the add note feature doesn't seem to work in Chrome either.

What browser are you guys using? Maybe I shouldn't be using Chrome?
Image Upload still not working for me in chrome + .37
I don't see the chat anymore, even after disabling and re-enabling again.
did you change the position? you have to write a unit after the number, e.g. 50px or 20%, depends on what you want. happened to me too when i tried to move the chatbox.
Those are correct. I know how to CSS ;) Anyway it shows again.
Testing Image upload, still uploading, nothing happens.

EDIT: Notes work if you hover over them, but when you click on them they say that the value is nothing. This goes away if you do a refresh. Notes cannot be removed, sadly.

Notes and image upload don't work in Chrome, I'll try to solve that by a few days



Another suggestion:
It might be useful to display someones BTCT++ trust rating on their account page. Not everybody sees someone on the forums / looks them up on the forum before they trade with them (or do something like that).
You mean this page? https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=113670


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: Mitchell on November 11, 2013, 02:00:53 PM
Notes and image upload don't work in Chrome, I'll try to solve that by a few days
Alright ;)

Another suggestion:
It might be useful to display someones BTCT++ trust rating on their account page. Not everybody sees someone on the forums / looks them up on the forum before they trade with them (or do something like that).
You mean this page? https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=113670
Yeah. Exactly that page. Would be nice if the trust rating was shown their too.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: jackjack on November 11, 2013, 02:08:30 PM
Some things I saw on BT++chat I'd like to address:

Quote
HostFat: is this the whiskchat?
No, everything is on my server and coded from scratch
I wondered about adding whiskchat but the hack of it kind of persuaded me to make my own

Quote
06:05:59 FreakNet: how do i hide the chat?
I'll soon add a small button to hide it without having to go to the settings page

Quote
12:43:14 bitcoininformation: I have no idea how the trust system of BTCT works
12:43:21 bitcoininformation: I just now that I have a +1 and that I like that.
12:43:27 bitcoininformation: *I just know
12:44:21 digit: yeah its a little mysterious, but 0 is alot better then negatives
12:44:43 bitcoininformation: Yeah it is
Oh :(
There's nothing complicated: each person can give -1, 0 or +1 to anybody (0 by default obviously)
And the score of somebody is just the sum of all votes he received
Tell me if it is still unclear

Quote
12:45:04 digit: need more ppl to use this great script
12:45:13 bitcoininformation: Indeed, indeed.
Indeed ;D

Quote
10:20:51 HostFat: so, is it also accessible outside this chatbox?
10:28:00 bitcoininformation: No. I checked the source code. Its send to the Jackjack server so I dont think its accessible outsidethis chatbox
What do you mean "accessible outside this chatbox"?
It's only GET requests and JSON response so anybody can easily create a client
I plan on creating a history btw


Another suggestion:
It might be useful to display someones BTCT++ trust rating on their account page. Not everybody sees someone on the forums / looks them up on the forum before they trade with them (or do something like that).
You mean this page? https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=113670
Yeah. Exactly that page. Would be nice if the trust rating was shown their too.
Right, good idea


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: Mitchell on November 11, 2013, 02:12:23 PM
When I say BTCT. I mean BitCoinTalk. When I say BTCT++. I mean BitCoinTalk++ :P
I was talking about the BTCT Trust system. I hope that clarifies my statement, haha.

EDIT:
Quote
What do you mean "accessible outside this chatbox"?
I think, he wonders if you can access the chat without the script. So a certain page where you can use the chatbox.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: jackjack on November 11, 2013, 02:43:35 PM
When I say BTCT. I mean BitCoinTalk. When I say BTCT++. I mean BitCoinTalk++ :P
I was talking about the BTCT Trust system. I hope that clarifies my statement, haha.
Oh I see!
I don't know either then...

EDIT:
Quote
What do you mean "accessible outside this chatbox"?
I think, he wonders if you can access the chat without the script. So a certain page where you can use the chatbox.
Technically you can access it without the script
You just need someone to code a client
I'll make one for smartphones soon


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: jackjack on November 11, 2013, 03:16:12 PM
http://easybitinvesting.com/bitcoin-trading/bitcoin-projects/ ;D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 11, 2013, 04:11:14 PM
I don't see the chat anymore, even after disabling and re-enabling again.
did you change the position? you have to write a unit after the number, e.g. 50px or 20%, depends on what you want. happened to me too when i tried to move the chatbox.
Those are correct. I know how to CSS ;) Anyway it shows again.
Testing Image upload, still uploading, nothing happens.

EDIT: Notes work if you hover over them, but when you click on them they say that the value is nothing. This goes away if you do a refresh. Notes cannot be removed, sadly.

Same problems here. Upload gets stuck on uploading, and for me notes don't work at all.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: favdesu on November 11, 2013, 04:36:45 PM
Hm, being greeted with: "Bad password error"


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: Mitchell on November 11, 2013, 04:40:21 PM
Hm, being greeted with: "Bad password error"
There is a new password system. Please see OP.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: Mitchell on November 11, 2013, 04:42:47 PM
I could code a simple PHP version (so it can be run on an random server) or Windows version of the chat if needed.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: whiskers75 on November 11, 2013, 05:21:44 PM
WhiskChat's back up now, add it as an option, please :)
The hack was due to using free hosting providers, and social engineering. I now hash passwords with 5000 rounds of SHA512 and do not expose the DB to the internet.
Safe now :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: DonYo on November 11, 2013, 06:08:05 PM
I have an issue in Maxthon web browser with violentmonkey

When I try to enter on "BT++ Settings" I get a 404 error page trying to enter on https://bitcointalk.org/btppconf.php?user=MyUserName

Is there any alternative method to enter my password?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: jackjack on November 11, 2013, 08:14:46 PM
Far from perfect but it should work http://btpp.jampa.eu/chat.php


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: Mitchell on November 11, 2013, 08:18:40 PM
The outside chat lags a bit, because of the fast refresh rate when you are not logged in.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: jackjack on November 11, 2013, 09:06:00 PM
I have an issue in Maxthon web browser with violentmonkey

When I try to enter on "BT++ Settings" I get a 404 error page trying to enter on https://bitcointalk.org/btppconf.php?user=MyUserName

Is there any alternative method to enter my password?
It's normal it's a 404 because the page doesn't exist
In IE/firefox/chrome the 404 page is modified by BT++ though

I can change the page if it doesn't work for you


WhiskChat's back up now, add it as an option, please :)
The hack was due to using free hosting providers, and social engineering. I now hash passwords with 5000 rounds of SHA512 and do not expose the DB to the internet.
Safe now :)
I'll see what I can do when I have some time (yes, it's again a "i don't have much time" period)

The outside chat lags a bit, because of the fast refresh rate when you are not logged in.
Yeah I saw it was lagging but didn't get why...
It lags the same when logged in


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: Mitchell on November 11, 2013, 09:10:04 PM
Lower the refresh rate? That might help, dunno.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: jackjack on November 11, 2013, 09:20:56 PM
Lower the refresh rate? That might help, dunno.
Nope...
The page receives the server answer ~13seconds after sending the request
Whereas for the BT++ chat it is nearly instant


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: Mitchell on November 11, 2013, 09:21:28 PM
Lower the refresh rate? That might help, dunno.
Nope...
The page receives the server answer ~13seconds after sending the request
Whereas for the BT++ chat it is nearly instant
Strange shit man, lol.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: jackjack on November 11, 2013, 09:43:13 PM
And it's not the server: ~6ms to build the page

By the way I don't think we need some yet but if you think about tabs to add, just tell me

Also I'm looking for a small icon (32x32 max) meaning "trust". Google Image is not helping much. Ideas?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: Kouye on November 12, 2013, 01:34:32 AM
Those (http://francais.istockphoto.com/illustration-20700200-donner-une-poignee-main-symbole-icone-ordinateur-confiance-main-humaine.php) don't look too shaby imho, but they are not exactly free...


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.37
Post by: Kluge on November 12, 2013, 01:43:26 PM
And it's not the server: ~6ms to build the page

By the way I don't think we need some yet but if you think about tabs to add, just tell me

Also I'm looking for a small icon (32x32 max) meaning "trust". Google Image is not helping much. Ideas?
Verified for awesomeness (and only 12x12).
http://i.imgur.com/9oo3Ovp.gif


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: Mitchell on November 12, 2013, 02:19:36 PM
Why not use the UTF-8 version? Just look under my picture, ghehe.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: Evolyn on November 12, 2013, 02:20:07 PM
Verified for awesomeness (and only 12x12).
http://i.imgur.com/9oo3Ovp.gif

bad idea, you can simply write ✓ and ✔ (U +2713 and U +2714) without the need of an image ^.^

thats too easy to "fake. if ppl getting used to trust this symbol, they'll recognize "trust" when they see the symbol at other places... i mean, lol, i already seen things like "✔ verified" on location-field in userprofiles here on bitcointalk. (you're evil if you think someone would do this just to gain trust on newbies to scam them easier)

imho it should be a symbol you cannot easy write with your keyboard.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: Mitchell on November 12, 2013, 02:20:59 PM
Verified for awesomeness (and only 12x12).
http://i.imgur.com/9oo3Ovp.gif

bad idea, you can simply write ✓ and ✔ (U +2713 and U +2714) without the need of an image ^.^

thats too easy to "fake. if ppl getting used to trust this symbol, they'll recognize "trust" when they see the symbol at other places... i mean, lol, i already seen things like "✔ verified" on location-field in userprofiles here on bitcointalk. (you're evil if you think someone would do this just to gain trust on newbies to scam them easier)

imho it should be a symbol you cannot easy write with your keyboard.
I already saw someone that had "Verified ✔ ""  on the location field.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: Kluge on November 12, 2013, 03:20:43 PM
You people are difficult. Now it's green and sparkly so it has extra impact. http://i.imgur.com/M7oOPSA.gif


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: jackjack on November 12, 2013, 03:24:18 PM
Looks like I've been misunderstood ;D
I don't want BT++ to tag anybody as trustworthy, I want to flag the people in your trustlist (the theymos' one)

But yeah, why not a in front of the username


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: jackjack on November 17, 2013, 11:02:03 PM
I'd like to announce the script in a more public place soon as I think it reaches a decent level.

Before that I will do those things:
 - Fix image upload on Chrome
 - Show BT++ trust score on profile page
 - Fix the external chat
 - Add the ✔ to show the user is in your BitcoinTalk Trust list
 - Fix the chat (close/reduce button, auto-scroll)
 - Change chat refresh time
 - Change 'report scammer' into 'report suspicious account'



Do you see other things I need to fix before making an announcement?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: Kouye on November 17, 2013, 11:04:53 PM
Do you see other things I need to fix before making an announcement?
Yeah! Shave! ;D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: Martijnvdc on November 18, 2013, 10:46:37 AM
I can't believe i hadn't found out about this project yet.
I would love to contribute! Is there a list of wanted features?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: jackjack on November 18, 2013, 12:26:37 PM
Do you see other things I need to fix before making an announcement?
Yeah! Shave! ;D
Not that public ;D


I can't believe i hadn't found out about this project yet.
I would love to contribute! Is there a list of wanted features?
For now the most wanted feature is more users ;D
My post just above contains 5 things to do but the thing that really annoys me is fixing XHR on Chrome
Also I'd like people to propose features


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: dishwara on November 18, 2013, 12:53:38 PM
I can't move chat window & no close button for chat window.
Not scrolling auto in chat window.
When i type anything i can only see it after i move the slider down.
Any tutorials?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: jackjack on November 18, 2013, 12:56:13 PM
I can't move chat window & no close button for chat window.
Any tutorials?
Indeed, tutorials would be nice...
Everything you need is here:
http://img4.hostingpics.net/pics/195604btoposettings2.png


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: Mitchell on November 18, 2013, 12:56:34 PM
I got password, But where i have to put it?
Also can't move chat window & no close button for chat window.
Any tutorials?
Go to the BT++ settings (https://bitcointalk.org/btppconf.php?user=dishwara) page. There you can enter your password. Just be sure to click on "Change".
There is no close button for the chat and you can move it by changing the values in the setting screen.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: jackjack on November 18, 2013, 01:04:33 PM
Not scrolling auto in chat window.
When i type anything i can only see it after i move the slider down.
It's working for me
But I'll change that, I'll do the other way around: last message and input at the top


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: Mitchell on November 18, 2013, 01:07:32 PM
Could you add an option so that one can change the update interval for the chat? The current setting lags my browser when I have to many tabs open (which I always have) and yes, I have a fast computer :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: haightst on November 18, 2013, 01:38:46 PM
Not scrolling auto in chat window.
When i type anything i can only see it after i move the slider down.
It's working for me
But I'll change that, I'll do the other way around: last message and input at the top

inputs.io ? ~ it figures !  ::)



Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: jackjack on November 18, 2013, 05:01:14 PM
Could you add an option so that one can change the update interval for the chat? The current setting lags my browser when I have to many tabs open (which I always have) and yes, I have a fast computer :P
Sure! Can't give you an ETA though (if not done within 48 hours then post again)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: Mitchell on November 18, 2013, 05:02:24 PM
Could you add an option so that one can change the update interval for the chat? The current setting lags my browser when I have to many tabs open (which I always have) and yes, I have a fast computer :P
Sure! Can't give you an ETA though (if not done within 48 hours then post again)
Hahaha no worries and will do!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: devthedev on November 19, 2013, 07:58:51 PM
Pretty slick script! Great job. Suggestion: The ability to see all exchange rates at the top of the page.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 20, 2013, 08:55:11 PM
The notes features still isn't working for me with osx + google chrome ...


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: Mitchell on November 20, 2013, 08:57:17 PM
The notes features still isn't working for me with osx + google chrome ...
I can see the one I set on you and I can change it, so it works for me (except the two things I mentioned before). Windows 7 + Google Chrome + GreaseMoneky by the way.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: jackjack on November 21, 2013, 10:55:49 PM
As you can see I didn't update the code for several days, I hope I'll be able to fix the things previously discussed tomorrow or at least this week-end

I have one question: I think I should change "report scammer" into "report suspicious account", do you agree?

Pretty slick script! Great job. Suggestion: The ability to see all exchange rates at the top of the page.
I'm glad you like it!
Note sure it would be easy to do (I must check my code)

The notes features still isn't working for me with osx + google chrome ...
Yeah don't expect it until I make an announcement... Chrome refuses to some kind of requests (used by notes and image upload)
I hope I'll have the time to work on that this week-end

The notes features still isn't working for me with osx + google chrome ...
I can see the one I set on you and I can change it, so it works for me (except the two things I mentioned before). Windows 7 + Google Chrome + GreaseMoneky by the way.
Really? It's working on Chrome??


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: Evolyn on November 22, 2013, 12:37:48 AM
I have one question: I think I should change "report scammer" into "report suspicious account", do you agree?

Yes, agreed. I've already reported one or two people, it was not directly scam, it was more like... well, to mention haightst should be enough :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 22, 2013, 01:27:30 AM
Report Scammer feature is also not working on OSX + Chrome



Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: Mitchell on November 22, 2013, 08:04:43 AM
Quote
I have one question: I think I should change "report scammer" into "report suspicious account", do you agree?
Agreed.

Quote
Report Scammer feature is also not working on OSX + Chrome
Works for me. Your Chrome is really fucked up / OSX is really fucked up.

Quote
Really? It's working on Chrome??
Jup. I just added another note to Evolyn.
EDIT: Now it suddenly stopped working.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: jackjack on November 22, 2013, 10:27:54 PM
In 0.2.40:

- Show BT++ trust score on profile page
 - Add the ✔ to show the user is in your BitcoinTalk Trust list
 - Fix the chat (close/reduce button, auto-scroll)
 - Change chat refresh time
 - Change 'report scammer' into 'report suspicious account'

What trusted users look like:

http://i.imgur.com/Prfo64f.png


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: whiskers75 on November 22, 2013, 10:56:19 PM
In 0.2.40:

- Show BT++ trust score on profile page
 - Add the ✔ to show the user is in your BitcoinTalk Trust list
 - Fix the chat (close/reduce button, auto-scroll)
 - Change chat refresh time
 - Change 'report scammer' into 'report suspicious account'

What trusted users look like:

http://i.imgur.com/Prfo64f.png
Yay! Any news on WhiskChat support..? :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.40
Post by: jackjack on November 22, 2013, 11:47:22 PM
BitcoinTalk++ homepage: http://btpp.jampa.eu
Empty, for now


In 0.2.40:

- Show BT++ trust score on profile page
 - Add the ✔ to show the user is in your BitcoinTalk Trust list
 - Fix the chat (close/reduce button, auto-scroll)
 - Change chat refresh time
 - Change 'report scammer' into 'report suspicious account'

What trusted users look like:

http://i.imgur.com/Prfo64f.png
Yay! Any news on WhiskChat support..? :P
Not on the top of the priority list
First I'll fix things in Chrome and fix the things that were broken during the server change


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.40
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 23, 2013, 06:50:27 AM
Quote
I have one question: I think I should change "report scammer" into "report suspicious account", do you agree?
Agreed.

Quote
Report Scammer feature is also not working on OSX + Chrome
Works for me. Your Chrome is really fucked up / OSX is really fucked up.

Quote
Really? It's working on Chrome??
Jup. I just added another note to Evolyn.
EDIT: Now it suddenly stopped working.

Fresh install of OSX + Fresh Install of chrome tested and still not working ...?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.40
Post by: jackjack on November 23, 2013, 04:34:31 PM
Fresh install of OSX + Fresh Install of chrome tested and still not working ...?
I was sure it was a problem of usable functions in Chrome
This seems to prove it




Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.40
Post by: jackjack on November 23, 2013, 10:59:49 PM
I just noticed the votes list (http://btpp.jampa.eu/voteslist.php) was down
It's fixed now


I also added an "Account" channel in the chat: this is a place where you can interact with the server
1. Please give me a better name if "Account" is obscure
2. For now there are two commands: 'help', that displays all the commands, and 'myvotes', that displays your votes


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.43
Post by: Mitchell on November 23, 2013, 11:06:18 PM
Name it console, because well, that is what it is. ;)

EDIT: Also, it would be good to tell in what unit this is:
Quote
Refresh rate of the chat (default=2)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.43
Post by: jackjack on November 23, 2013, 11:44:40 PM
Name it console, because well, that is what it is. ;)

EDIT: Also, it would be good to tell in what unit this is:
Quote
Refresh rate of the chat (default=2)
Done and done in 0.2.43 :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.39
Post by: Evolyn on November 24, 2013, 05:25:19 AM
I just added another note to Evolyn.

Wut? ^.-

Nice work jackjack!

Well, I have a few suggestions:

1. while chat disabled, hide the quote in chat buttons.
2. option to hide toggle auto-refresh button.
3. a toggle chat button to disable/enable chat next to the toggle auto-refresh button (hideable in options, too) (I noticed the hide/show button, but I want to toggle the whole chat thing)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.43
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 24, 2013, 07:27:37 AM
You guys use Firefox + OSX? What do people use to be able to see the full potential of this script?



Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.45
Post by: jackjack on November 24, 2013, 12:44:52 PM
I just added another note to Evolyn.

Wut? ^.-

Nice work jackjack!

Well, I have a few suggestions:

1. while chat disabled, hide the quote in chat buttons.
2. option to hide toggle auto-refresh button.
3. a toggle chat button to disable/enable chat next to the toggle auto-refresh button (hideable in options, too) (I noticed the hide/show button, but I want to toggle the whole chat thing)
Done in 0.2.47


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.45
Post by: Evolyn on November 24, 2013, 01:02:20 PM
[...]
1. while chat disabled, hide the quote in chat buttons.
2. option to hide toggle auto-refresh button.
3. a toggle chat button to disable/enable chat next to the toggle auto-refresh button (hideable in options, too) (I noticed the hide/show button, but I want to toggle the whole chat thing)
Done in 0.2.47
Very nice! Thank you :>


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.45
Post by: whiskers75 on November 24, 2013, 03:18:19 PM
I just added another note to Evolyn.

Wut? ^.-

Nice work jackjack!

Well, I have a few suggestions:

1. while chat disabled, hide the quote in chat buttons.
2. option to hide toggle auto-refresh button.
3. a toggle chat button to disable/enable chat next to the toggle auto-refresh button (hideable in options, too) (I noticed the hide/show button, but I want to toggle the whole chat thing)
Done in 0.2.47
/me what about my whiskchat idea? :(


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.50
Post by: jackjack on November 24, 2013, 04:30:42 PM
I told you, I'll definitely look at this but after fixing the Chrome problem


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.51
Post by: whiskers75 on November 25, 2013, 04:47:09 PM
Also, being able to automatically GPG sign messages would be nice. :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.51
Post by: jackjack on November 25, 2013, 04:51:34 PM
Also, being able to automatically GPG sign messages would be nice. :)
That's something I considered but I finally thought that nobody would trust a userscript for any cryptography use

If there is some demand I can look at what can be done though


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.51
Post by: Mitchell on November 25, 2013, 04:52:46 PM
Also, being able to automatically GPG sign messages would be nice. :)
That's something I considered but I finally thought that nobody would trust a userscript for any cryptography use
It's javascript, so everybody can checkout the source (I occasionally check the script for suspicious stuff, haha). That is why I don't see a reason to not do it.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.51
Post by: jackjack on November 25, 2013, 05:08:03 PM
Also, being able to automatically GPG sign messages would be nice. :)
That's something I considered but I finally thought that nobody would trust a userscript for any cryptography use
It's javascript, so everybody can checkout the source (I occasionally check the script for suspicious stuff, haha). That is why I don't see a reason to not do it.
Another problem is the implementation. I know that I can include external scripts but I really like the script being dependency-free. GPG will likely require a solid library though.
Otherwise I could ask for a passphrase and get a Bitcoin address from it, that would be used to sign/encrypt messages.
Give me your thoughts, hopefully we will find a compromise.

BTW that's great someone is checking the code!
Tell me if anything is unclear, I know that my code can be pretty obscure (even for me sometimes)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.51
Post by: Mitchell on November 25, 2013, 05:26:06 PM
Also, being able to automatically GPG sign messages would be nice. :)
That's something I considered but I finally thought that nobody would trust a userscript for any cryptography use
It's javascript, so everybody can checkout the source (I occasionally check the script for suspicious stuff, haha). That is why I don't see a reason to not do it.
Another problem is the implementation. I know that I can include external scripts but I really like the script being dependency-free. GPG will likely require a solid library though.
Otherwise I could ask for a passphrase and get a Bitcoin address from it, that would be used to sign/encrypt messages.
Give me your thoughts, hopefully we will find a compromise.
Hmmm, well importing isn't recommended and asking for a passhrase which returns a Bitcoin address can be obtained when it isn't send on a HTTPS connection. I, personally, would use the most filthy trick there is. Just copy paste the whole GPG library into the script. Hahaha.

BTW that's great someone is checking the code!
Tell me if anything is unclear, I know that my code can be pretty obscure (even for me sometimes)
It's clear enough to me. I can see the logic of it and what it does. How it works exactly isn't that important (as long as it works).


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.51
Post by: nimda on November 26, 2013, 02:36:03 AM
Otherwise I could ask for a passphrase and get a Bitcoin address from it, that would be used to sign/encrypt messages.

Now there's an idea. Check out the source of bitaddress.org for starters.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.51
Post by: jackjack on November 27, 2013, 06:57:13 PM
Also, being able to automatically GPG sign messages would be nice. :)
That's something I considered but I finally thought that nobody would trust a userscript for any cryptography use
It's javascript, so everybody can checkout the source (I occasionally check the script for suspicious stuff, haha). That is why I don't see a reason to not do it.
Another problem is the implementation. I know that I can include external scripts but I really like the script being dependency-free. GPG will likely require a solid library though.
Otherwise I could ask for a passphrase and get a Bitcoin address from it, that would be used to sign/encrypt messages.
Give me your thoughts, hopefully we will find a compromise.
Hmmm, well importing isn't recommended and asking for a passhrase which returns a Bitcoin address can be obtained when it isn't send on a HTTPS connection. I, personally, would use the most filthy trick there is. Just copy paste the whole GPG library into the script. Hahaha.
The passphrase wouldn't go to the server
And I'll definitely not copy paste a whole library ;)

Otherwise I could ask for a passphrase and get a Bitcoin address from it, that would be used to sign/encrypt messages.
Now there's an idea. Check out the source of bitaddress.org for starters.
Thanks, I hope it's not huge


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.51
Post by: DeboraMeeks on November 28, 2013, 01:53:04 PM
That's a pretty cool script,It might be useful in the future but according to the picture it takes the price from Mtgox? can't you select the exchanger to import BTC price from.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.51
Post by: Mitchell on November 28, 2013, 01:55:19 PM
That's a pretty cool script,It might be useful in the future but according to the picture it takes the price from Mtgox? can't you select the exchanger to import BTC price from.
You can get a price from Mt.Gox, BitStamp, BTC-e, BitCoinAverage and Bitonic (useful if you live in The Netherlands).


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.51
Post by: jackjack on November 29, 2013, 11:12:29 PM
Yep
You can even ask me to add a new price source

Would you like something like "favorites posts" or "favorites threads" or "favorites users"?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.51
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 30, 2013, 05:50:51 AM
For the note box that pops up (i'm in firefox now, its working :) Please make the text box much bigger, and have the current notes restored into it, so when you want to add a small note to someon and yo ualready have some notes on them, you don't have to start all over.

Make the text box like 5 rows or something so that it's big enough to see multiple notes at once :)

Also, the photo uploading still isn't working for me, even with firefox (so i couldn't get it to work for firefox nor chrome).


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.51
Post by: jackjack on November 30, 2013, 11:12:37 AM
For the note box that pops up (i'm in firefox now, its working :) Please make the text box much bigger, and have the current notes restored into it, so when you want to add a small note to someon and yo ualready have some notes on them, you don't have to start all over.

Make the text box like 5 rows or something so that it's big enough to see multiple notes at once :)

Also, the photo uploading still isn't working for me, even with firefox (so i couldn't get it to work for firefox nor chrome).
Yeah I didn't find yet what is bad in Chrome (didn't have much time either)
Ok for the text box

I didn't notice the image uplaod was broken, working on it


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.51
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 30, 2013, 12:05:25 PM
Please please please an ignore topic function :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.52
Post by: jackjack on December 02, 2013, 09:37:12 PM
Well, recent events tend to prove that SSL is shit.
http://twopointouch.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/orly-owl-thumb.jpg (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=264337.msg3096346#msg3096346)


The new priorities are: short tasks/fixes, then JJL, then Chrome bugs
Please please please an ignore topic function :)


  • Fix image upload
  • Ignore topics
  • JJL implementation
  • Chrome bugs



Please note I can't develop before Saturday, so don't expect anything until then


How does JJL work?
The server has a Bitcoin address and the corresponding private key.
Each JJL-protected page is a JSON that has the following syntax:
Code:
{"address":"1aDdrESS", "signature":"GhdkoEdj838DHslslDIZE8h65EE29", "response":"This is the actual response, it can be a stringified JSON too"}
Obviously, the page is accepted ONLY IF signature is a signature of response by address AND address is the correct address for the server

How will BT++ implement that?
The address of the server will be written inside. In case of emergency/whatever, it can be changed.



Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.52
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 08, 2013, 06:47:33 AM
Report suspicious person doesn't work in chrome either.

I tried using FF for a few days, but hate it.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.52
Post by: Mitchell on December 08, 2013, 11:54:36 AM
joesmoe2012, I just reported you as a suspicious account and it works for me. (JackJack, please remove it, haha'
I use Chrome 30.0.1599.101m and the latest Tampermonkey extension.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.52
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 08, 2013, 12:35:23 PM
joesmoe2012, I just reported you as a suspicious account and it works for me. (JackJack, please remove it, haha'
I use Chrome 30.0.1599.101m and the latest Tampermonkey extension.

On OS X?

Does the add note feature work for you?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.52
Post by: Mitchell on December 08, 2013, 12:46:07 PM
joesmoe2012, I just reported you as a suspicious account and it works for me. (JackJack, please remove it, haha'
I use Chrome 30.0.1599.101m and the latest Tampermonkey extension.

On OS X?

Does the add note feature work for you?
I use Windows 7 x64 edition. The "Add note"-feature works sometimes.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.52
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 08, 2013, 12:53:21 PM
joesmoe2012, I just reported you as a suspicious account and it works for me. (JackJack, please remove it, haha'
I use Chrome 30.0.1599.101m and the latest Tampermonkey extension.

On OS X?

Does the add note feature work for you?
I use Windows 7 x64 edition. The "Add note"-feature works sometimes.

I think it's an os x specific problem as many of the features work right for me :(


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.52
Post by: jackjack on December 08, 2013, 02:48:07 PM
joesmoe2012, I just reported you as a suspicious account and it works for me. (JackJack, please remove it, haha'
I use Chrome 30.0.1599.101m and the latest Tampermonkey extension.
Removed
I'll be able to code again in the following hours


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.52
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 08, 2013, 04:07:29 PM
joesmoe2012, I just reported you as a suspicious account and it works for me. (JackJack, please remove it, haha'
I use Chrome 30.0.1599.101m and the latest Tampermonkey extension.
Removed
I'll be able to code again in the following hours

Sweeeeet, can't wait :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.52
Post by: whiskers75 on December 08, 2013, 04:30:24 PM
My password doesn't work. Due to me using Tor, or...?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.52
Post by: jackjack on December 08, 2013, 10:13:08 PM
I may have found how to solve the Chrome problem
I didn't have the free time I wanted to have though so you'll have to wait a bit more

I thought about adding custom CSSs. BT++ would allow you to replace the current BT CSS with others. Those won't be from me, but I can host some on the server if some of you want to share yours. Thoughts?

My password doesn't work. Due to me using Tor, or...?
Hmm I don't know, give it a try without Tor


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.52
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 09, 2013, 05:56:07 AM
I may have found how to solve the Chrome problem
I didn't have the free time I wanted to have though so you'll have to wait a bit more

I thought about adding custom CSSs. BT++ would allow you to replace the current BT CSS with others. Those won't be from me, but I can host some on the server if some of you want to share yours. Thoughts?

My password doesn't work. Due to me using Tor, or...?
Hmm I don't know, give it a try without Tor


CSS isn't as important to me as being able to ignore topics. There's topics that I literally have to read over every single day a dozen times that I have never once cared about. It's driving me insane!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.52
Post by: whiskers75 on December 09, 2013, 08:16:38 AM
I may have found how to solve the Chrome problem
I didn't have the free time I wanted to have though so you'll have to wait a bit more

I thought about adding custom CSSs. BT++ would allow you to replace the current BT CSS with others. Those won't be from me, but I can host some on the server if some of you want to share yours. Thoughts?

My password doesn't work. Due to me using Tor, or...?
Hmm I don't know, give it a try without Tor

Add CSS! Pleasepleasepleaseplease!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.52
Post by: jackjack on December 09, 2013, 10:32:05 PM
I may have found how to solve the Chrome problem
I didn't have the free time I wanted to have though so you'll have to wait a bit more

I thought about adding custom CSSs. BT++ would allow you to replace the current BT CSS with others. Those won't be from me, but I can host some on the server if some of you want to share yours. Thoughts?

My password doesn't work. Due to me using Tor, or...?
Hmm I don't know, give it a try without Tor

Add CSS! Pleasepleasepleaseplease!
666th post can't be ignored! CSS quickly added, you can test with "a:hover{color:green;}" or with http://btpp.jampa.eu/css/jackjack.css (for testing purposes only, things might get ugly)

Topic ignore is coming soon

I found a big problem with Chrome, I didn't notice that it refuses all my addeventlisteners... Gotta check that, it can be the problem




Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.55
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 09, 2013, 11:28:08 PM
I may have found how to solve the Chrome problem
I didn't have the free time I wanted to have though so you'll have to wait a bit more

I thought about adding custom CSSs. BT++ would allow you to replace the current BT CSS with others. Those won't be from me, but I can host some on the server if some of you want to share yours. Thoughts?

My password doesn't work. Due to me using Tor, or...?
Hmm I don't know, give it a try without Tor

Add CSS! Pleasepleasepleaseplease!
666th post can't be ignored! CSS quickly added, you can test with "a:hover{color:green;}" or with http://btpp.jampa.eu/css/jackjack.css (for testing purposes only, things might get ugly)

Topic ignore is coming soon

I found a big problem with Chrome, I didn't notice that it refuses all my addeventlisteners... Gotta check that, it can be the problem





heh that's what i've been saying :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.55
Post by: jackjack on December 10, 2013, 06:47:15 PM
Can Chrome users check whether "Add note" and "Toggle sig" work?
I think I fixed it but I'm not sure...
Please tell me how you use the script too (TamperMonkey or with the BT++ xpi CRX extension)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.55
Post by: whiskers75 on December 10, 2013, 06:49:56 PM
Can Chrome users check whether "Add note" and "Toggle sig" work?
I think I fixed it but I'm not sure...
Please tell me how you use the script too (TamperMonkey or with the BT++ xpi extension)
I'm using the .crx. My password isn't working, can you PM me a new one? (the load settings responds with 'bad password', but voting works)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.55
Post by: Mitchell on December 10, 2013, 06:52:16 PM
I use TamperMonkey:

  • Toggle Signature doesn't work.
  • Add note doesn't work


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.55
Post by: jackjack on December 10, 2013, 09:18:16 PM
I use TamperMonkey:

  • Toggle Signature doesn't work.
  • Add note doesn't work
Did you have the last version?
These functions work for me (.crx)

I fixed the image upload (except for Chrome as usual)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.55
Post by: Mitchell on December 10, 2013, 09:23:12 PM
-checks for updates-
-no updates found-
-tries again-
-still doesn't work-

Sorry dude.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.55
Post by: jackjack on December 10, 2013, 09:47:30 PM
0.2.59 seems to be working for Chrome, crx or TamperMonkey

Chrome users:
Please update to 0.2.59+ and report whether the following features are working: image upload, saving/loading settings, adding notes and hiding signatures
And post your installation method (crx or TamperMonkey)


  • Fix image upload
  • Ignore topics
  • Find a small secp256k1 JS library (JJL implementation)
  • Chrome bugs
  • Don't refresh chat if nothing changed
  • Only one score call per page


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.60
Post by: HostFat on December 10, 2013, 10:47:34 PM
test upload image
http://i.imgur.com/PuSM4fG.jpg

It works, I'm using chrome.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.61
Post by: Mitchell on December 11, 2013, 07:32:45 AM
TamperMonkey:

Image upload:
http://i.imgur.com/eQQrmof.png
Works.

Saving/loading settings:
Works.

Adding notes:
Doesn't work. However, I can change already set notes.

Hiding signatures:
Doesn't work.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.61
Post by: jackjack on December 11, 2013, 08:10:22 AM
Adding notes:
Doesn't work. However, I can change already set notes.

Hiding signatures:
Doesn't work.
0.2.61?
You mean that the "add note" link doesn't display the blue icon? (Maybe I should make it display it AND also prompt for the note)
About hiding signatures I don't know yet why it might not work


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.61
Post by: Mitchell on December 11, 2013, 08:17:28 AM
Adding notes:
Doesn't work. However, I can change already set notes.

Hiding signatures:
Doesn't work.
0.2.61?
You mean that the "add note" link doesn't display the blue icon? (Maybe I should make it display it AND also prompt for the note)
About hiding signatures I don't know yet why it might not work
If 0.2.61 is the latest version, then yes. The "add note" seems to do nothing at all. No blue icon, no display, no prompt, nothing.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.61
Post by: dishwara on December 11, 2013, 10:25:30 AM
I am using windows 7, chrome with tampermonkey.
Toggle signature, Add note works perfectly until page refresh happen.
If page refreshed, then both dont work.
Only way to make it work is to EXIT chrome completely.
 
Also clicking add note shows a blue icon & clicking blue icon asks note to enter.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.61
Post by: jackjack on December 11, 2013, 12:35:00 PM
Adding notes:
Doesn't work. However, I can change already set notes.

Hiding signatures:
Doesn't work.
0.2.61?
You mean that the "add note" link doesn't display the blue icon? (Maybe I should make it display it AND also prompt for the note)
About hiding signatures I don't know yet why it might not work
If 0.2.61 is the latest version, then yes. The "add note" seems to do nothing at all. No blue icon, no display, no prompt, nothing.
I am using windows 7, chrome with tampermonkey.
Toggle signature, Add note works perfectly until page refresh happen.
If page refreshed, then both dont work.
Only way to make it work is to EXIT chrome completely.
 
Also clicking add note shows a blue icon & clicking blue icon asks note to enter.

It's strange, everything works for me (refreshed or not) for both Chromium on Ubuntu and Chrome on W7...
Thanks anyway guys, still waiting for other tests

By the way I have problems loading bitcointalk's images and css on Chrome (even without BT++), am I the only one?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.61
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 11, 2013, 12:40:52 PM
Add note not working.

Image upload working :)
http://i.imgur.com/jvXlAHr.png



Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.61
Post by: Mitchell on December 11, 2013, 01:08:05 PM
Quote
By the way I have problems loading bitcointalk's images and css on Chrome (even without BT++), am I the only one?
No problem here.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.61
Post by: jackjack on December 11, 2013, 05:09:42 PM
Joesmoe2012: crx or tampermonkey?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.61
Post by: whiskers75 on December 11, 2013, 05:11:31 PM
'Load settings' fails on the .crx 0.2.52, fine on the tampermonkey 0.2.61.
Image upload:
http://i.imgur.com/qUYbWcE.png (http://kittenco.in)
Looks like that works ;)

EDIT: Do you pine to remove that stupid [Domain: noooooo.com] thing? Use http://whiskers75.com/bt++.css as your BT++ CSS file.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.61
Post by: jackjack on December 11, 2013, 05:22:45 PM
If you don't like the Domain indicator, there's a setting for that ;D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.61
Post by: whiskers75 on December 11, 2013, 05:23:39 PM
If you don't like the Domain indicator, there's a setting for that ;D
You and your settings.

Do it the MANLY way with CSS!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.61
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 11, 2013, 05:32:11 PM
Joesmoe2012: crx or tampermonkey?

crx


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.61
Post by: Mitchell on December 11, 2013, 07:29:44 PM
whiskers75, a JS script will fail to load a .css file that is protected by CloudFlare (as far as I know).


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.62
Post by: jackjack on December 11, 2013, 09:02:42 PM
In 0.2.63 the chat doesn't refresh if there is no new message, so you can now copy/paste without doing a mess
Also the scores are asked all at once so there are no more 20 requests to the server each time you open a bitcointalk page


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.63
Post by: Mitchell on December 11, 2013, 09:43:12 PM
Nice updates ;D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.63
Post by: Mitchell on December 11, 2013, 11:24:09 PM
My chat is somehow gone. I enabled it, it was there for a while and now it's, well, gone. :-\
I checked my settings and they were correct. I even disabled and re-enabled it (didn't help).


Works again.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.63
Post by: jackjack on December 12, 2013, 09:40:50 AM
Yeah the chat sometimes takes a lot of time to load but I don't know why


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.63
Post by: Mitchell on December 12, 2013, 10:11:44 AM
Yeah the chat sometimes takes a lot of time to load but I don't know why
I see. Btw. I have noticed that the hide button does hide the chat, but won't keep it hidden if you reload it. Can this be changed?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.63
Post by: jackjack on December 12, 2013, 12:59:50 PM
Yeah the chat sometimes takes a lot of time to load but I don't know why
I see. Btw. I have noticed that the hide button does hide the chat, but won't keep it hidden if you reload it. Can this be changed?
That's intended, I didn't know which behavior to chose
I'll change that soon


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.63
Post by: Mitchell on December 12, 2013, 01:02:32 PM
Oh, another thingy. I got my chat in the upper right corner of the screen, where the popups get shown when I (for example) upvote someone. The chat hides this, which is a bit annoying. Giving the display popup a higher z-index value then the chat would fix this problem. I hope you understand what I mean, kinda sucky at explaining stuff right now :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.63
Post by: jackjack on December 12, 2013, 01:51:46 PM
Fixed in 0.2.64
And actually the button should hide the chat "forever", it works here


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.63
Post by: Mitchell on December 12, 2013, 02:02:08 PM
Fixed in 0.2.64
And actually the button should hide the chat "forever", it works here
Strangeee stuff. I have the latest version of the script, lastest version of Chrome and the latest version of TamperMoneky.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.63
Post by: jackjack on December 12, 2013, 07:19:02 PM
My internet is so slow my chat isn't even loading...
I got to check that later

Still no luck with the add note?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.63
Post by: whiskers75 on December 12, 2013, 07:20:08 PM
My internet is so slow my chat isn't even loading...
I got to check that later

Still no luck with the add note?
Same here. What ISP do you use, out of interest?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.63
Post by: Mitchell on December 12, 2013, 07:25:49 PM
Chat: Works
Add Note: Doesn't work.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.63
Post by: jackjack on December 12, 2013, 07:27:13 PM
My internet is so slow my chat isn't even loading...
I got to check that later

Still no luck with the add note?
Same here. What ISP do you use, out of interest?
A french one so I don't think we have the same ;)
Does this (http://btpp.jampa.eu//bitcoinchat.php) load quickly?


Chat: Works
Add Note: Doesn't work.
Any error in Ctrl+Shift+J?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.63
Post by: Mitchell on December 12, 2013, 07:29:51 PM
Nope. No errors.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: jackjack on December 12, 2013, 07:39:08 PM
Nope. No errors.
Hmm...

Fixed in 0.2.64
And actually the button should hide the chat "forever", it works here
Strangeee stuff. I have the latest version of the script, lastest version of Chrome and the latest version of TamperMoneky.
I confirm I can't reproduce even on Chromium/Ubuntu


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 13, 2013, 05:41:17 AM
Add note still not working for chrome on osx either.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: dishwara on December 13, 2013, 06:47:39 AM
http://i.imgur.com/6SNkPto.jpg

Suddenly everything vanished. Even though bt++ script is loaded, only mtgox ticker & chat box showing.
Even deleted & installed script again.
windows, chrome, tampermonkey 0.2.64


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: Mitchell on December 13, 2013, 07:24:25 AM
Server must be down. The ticker doesn't use the server itself, so that will continue to work ;)
I do see the chat, which is strange...


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: jackjack on December 13, 2013, 07:46:19 AM
If the chat works the server isn't down
Maybe I broke the score page. Is hiding signatures working?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: Mitchell on December 13, 2013, 08:36:59 AM
I don't see the BT+++ options, so I can't hide anything.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: whiskers75 on December 13, 2013, 03:44:38 PM
http://i.imgur.com/6SNkPto.jpg

Suddenly everything vanished. Even though bt++ script is loaded, only mtgox ticker & chat box showing.
Even deleted & installed script again.
windows, chrome, tampermonkey 0.2.64

Same here, also:
Code:
The page at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=264337.new;topicseen#new displayed insecure content from http://btpp.jampa.eu/info.png.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: Mitchell on December 13, 2013, 04:22:17 PM
I dont see anything anymore, except the chat.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: Voodah on December 14, 2013, 01:19:51 PM
Interesting. I'll try this out.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 14, 2013, 02:47:35 PM
I dont see anything anymore, except the chat.

I'm also missing a bunch of things.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: jackjack on December 14, 2013, 03:04:24 PM
Same here guys, I don't know what happens
Looking into it right now


Should be ok now

Same here, also:
Code:
The page at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=264337.new;topicseen#new displayed insecure content from http://btpp.jampa.eu/info.png.
It's not a problem, it just mean that BT++ load an image that is not https


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: whiskers75 on December 14, 2013, 07:29:32 PM
Same here guys, I don't know what happens
Looking into it right now


Should be ok now

Same here, also:
Code:
The page at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=264337.new;topicseen#new displayed insecure content from http://btpp.jampa.eu/info.png.
It's not a problem, it just mean that BT++ load an image that is not https
I know, so buy a SSL cert :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: jackjack on December 14, 2013, 07:54:09 PM
Fuck SSL certs


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: Mitchell on December 14, 2013, 08:01:33 PM
I just added 4 notes and toggled a signature succesfully :D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 14, 2013, 09:08:20 PM
Now just for the ignore topic feature :)



Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: Mitchell on December 14, 2013, 09:19:50 PM
Aaaand "Add Note" + "Toggle Signature" don't work anymore :'(


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: jackjack on December 14, 2013, 09:28:54 PM
I didn't do anything actually, so I don't get why it worked nor why it's broken again...

Edit: I finally found a Chrome breaks just like yours, I'll investigate!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: jackjack on December 14, 2013, 11:55:54 PM
Let me guess, are you using ABP?


I just added 4 notes and toggled a signature succesfully :D
Aaaand "Add Note" + "Toggle Signature" don't work anymore :'(
Did you disable/re-enable ABP? ;D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: Mitchell on December 15, 2013, 12:01:53 AM
ABP?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: jackjack on December 15, 2013, 12:08:01 AM
Adblock Plus


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: Mitchell on December 15, 2013, 12:09:25 AM
Adblock Plus
Ah, yeah. I do, haha. Lemme try ;)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: Mitchell on December 15, 2013, 12:11:19 AM
AdBlock Plus ON:
- "Add Note" doesn't work.
- "Toggle Signature" doesn't work

AdBlock Plus OFF:
- "Add Note" works.
- "Toggle Signature" works.

So yeah, it is AdBlock fucking up, haha. Added the website to the whitelist.
Can I remove notes by the way? If not, you could change the title of "Add Note" to "Remove Note" and change its function :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: jackjack on December 15, 2013, 12:52:00 AM
Thanks, I just checked, it's indeed an ABP "feature"

Can I remove notes by the way? If not, you could change the title of "Add Note" to "Remove Note" and change its function :P
Yes you can remove a note: replace it by an empty one

0.2.69 should finally solve all Chrome problems

Edit: added a "View posts" icon http://btpp.jampa.eu/images/viewposts.png


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.64
Post by: whiskers75 on December 15, 2013, 07:45:09 AM
Thanks, I just checked, it's indeed an ABP "feature"

Can I remove notes by the way? If not, you could change the title of "Add Note" to "Remove Note" and change its function :P
Yes you can remove a note: replace it by an empty one

0.2.69 should finally solve all Chrome problems

Edit: added a "View posts" icon http://btpp.jampa.eu/images/viewposts.png
Cool! :D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.70
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 15, 2013, 08:47:17 AM
Add note is working for me finally!

Can you please make it so that the notebox is 5 lines instead of 2 and so that it displays the current notes when it pops up so that you can easily edit/add notes...

Great work!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.70
Post by: Mitchell on December 15, 2013, 11:38:36 AM
I would prefer a "Remove Note"-button, but oh well. The one thing you should add, is that when the note is empty, the icon disappears too (instead of me having to do a refresh).
Anyway, great updates and I am happy that it works now ;D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.70
Post by: jackjack on December 15, 2013, 12:52:33 PM
Can you please make it so that the notebox is 5 lines instead of 2 and so that it displays the current notes when it pops up so that you can easily edit/add notes...
It does display the current note when it pops up
And making it multiline is not the top priority currently, but it is planned

I would prefer a "Remove Note"-button, but oh well. The one thing you should add, is that when the note is empty, the icon disappears too (instead of me having to do a refresh).
Anyway, great updates and I am happy that it works now ;D
Doing that right now
And trust me, I happy too!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.70
Post by: Mitchell on December 15, 2013, 01:31:02 PM
I would prefer a "Remove Note"-button, but oh well. The one thing you should add, is that when the note is empty, the icon disappears too (instead of me having to do a refresh).
Anyway, great updates and I am happy that it works now ;D
Doing that right now
And trust me, I happy too!
Yeah! And I can understand that, hahaha. :D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.70
Post by: jackjack on December 15, 2013, 01:34:50 PM
Hmm seems working... It's kinda Q&D though. More D than Q actually.
Tell me if you notice bugs.

Going to upload 0.2.71 in a few minutes.
People under 0.2.71 will experience broken images, sorry ;D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.71
Post by: deepceleron on December 15, 2013, 05:28:51 PM
http://we.lovebitco.in/img/bcoinplus3d.png

I don't know if we should encourage the "stupid button" (http://lmgtfy.com/?q=tilt mozilla webgl)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.71
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 15, 2013, 07:03:48 PM
My biggest feature request would still be the ability to hide/ignore topics. There's so many topics that I have to scroll through every day that I never have any interest in viewing.


Title: Re: +1 script
Post by: lethysek on December 15, 2013, 09:35:39 PM
Fixed for Chrome

Great!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.71
Post by: cczarek123 on December 17, 2013, 09:34:54 PM
I don't see any +1 widgets after I installed the add-on, even after I restarted my browser.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.71
Post by: Mitchell on December 17, 2013, 09:37:45 PM
I don't see any +1 widgets after I installed the add-on, even after I restarted my browser.
I have the same problem. Must be the server doing something wrong. ;)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.71
Post by: jackjack on December 18, 2013, 09:04:57 AM
http://we.lovebitco.in/img/bcoinplus3d.png

I don't know if we should encourage the "stupid button" (http://lmgtfy.com/?q=tilt mozilla webgl)
I keep trying to understand what you mean but I guess my English level isn't high enough
Do you mean the whole script shouldn't be encouraged because of the it creates stack of spans? Or a part of it?

I don't see any +1 widgets after I installed the add-on, even after I restarted my browser.
It's currently working for me


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.71
Post by: deepceleron on December 18, 2013, 09:41:33 AM
http://we.lovebitco.in/img/bcoinplus3d.png

I don't know if we should encourage the "stupid button" (http://lmgtfy.com/?q=tilt mozilla webgl)
I keep trying to understand what you mean but I guess my English level isn't high enough
Do you mean the whole script shouldn't be encouraged because of the it creates stack of spans? Or a part of it?

The "stupid button" comment is separate from the pretty picture showing the layers of script; it's referring to the LMGTFY button along with the other buttons. It's like saying, "look stupid, all you had to do is Google, was that so hard??" (although that's 90% of new posts). I did just use that service when the three-word-search and "get lucky" was the exact answer, though.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.71
Post by: whiskers75 on December 18, 2013, 05:06:10 PM
Oh, so that's what that button does. (http://lmgtfy.com/?q=whiskers75)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.72
Post by: jackjack on December 22, 2013, 09:21:16 PM
The "stupid button" comment is separate from the pretty picture showing the layers of script; it's referring to the LMGTFY button along with the other buttons. It's like saying, "look stupid, all you had to do is Google, was that so hard??" (although that's 90% of new posts). I did just use that service when the three-word-search and "get lucky" was the exact answer, though.
Ok I see!
Well, I know I sometimes need it so I thought it would be useful for others
Do you want me to hide it for you? ;D

Oh, so that's what that button does. (http://lmgtfy.com/?q=whiskers75)
You should test things when you don't know what it is, or ask here what it is for


If there are CSS coders over here, I can put your code directly in BT++
  • I create a 'CSS coder' account on my server
  • You can upload there new versions of your CSS whenever you want
  • They replace the previous one after I review them


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.72
Post by: jackjack on December 23, 2013, 06:06:37 PM
I changed the score style
Is it better?

http://i.imgur.com/G6M0wWY.png


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.72
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 23, 2013, 06:30:49 PM
I changed the score style
Is it better?

http://i.imgur.com/G6M0wWY.png

Yes, nice :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.72
Post by: whiskers75 on December 23, 2013, 07:02:03 PM
If there are CSS coders over here, I can put your code directly in BT++
  • I create a 'CSS coder' account on my server
  • You can upload there new versions of your CSS whenever you want
  • They replace the previous one after I review them
Hell yeah! Sign me up!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.72
Post by: jackjack on December 23, 2013, 07:22:36 PM
If there are CSS coders over here, I can put your code directly in BT++
  • I create a 'CSS coder' account on my server
  • You can upload there new versions of your CSS whenever you want
  • They replace the previous one after I review them
Hell yeah! Sign me up!
Ok, send me your code, for now it will be by hand
Also, your quotes seem broken


Hiding threads is coded in the current version (0.2.73)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.72
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 23, 2013, 07:53:44 PM
If there are CSS coders over here, I can put your code directly in BT++
  • I create a 'CSS coder' account on my server
  • You can upload there new versions of your CSS whenever you want
  • They replace the previous one after I review them
Hell yeah! Sign me up!
Ok, send me your code, for now it will be by hand
Also, your quotes seem broken


Hiding threads is coded in the current version (0.2.73)


YES!!! best feature ever!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.72
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 23, 2013, 07:55:24 PM
If there are CSS coders over here, I can put your code directly in BT++
  • I create a 'CSS coder' account on my server
  • You can upload there new versions of your CSS whenever you want
  • They replace the previous one after I review them
Hell yeah! Sign me up!
Ok, send me your code, for now it will be by hand
Also, your quotes seem broken


Hiding threads is coded in the current version (0.2.73)


YES!!! best feature ever!

I don't see how to ignore threads though, maybe i'm missing something.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.72
Post by: jackjack on December 23, 2013, 08:02:10 PM
If there are CSS coders over here, I can put your code directly in BT++
  • I create a 'CSS coder' account on my server
  • You can upload there new versions of your CSS whenever you want
  • They replace the previous one after I review them
Hell yeah! Sign me up!
Ok, send me your code, for now it will be by hand
Also, your quotes seem broken


Hiding threads is coded in the current version (0.2.73)


YES!!! best feature ever!

I don't see how to ignore threads though, maybe i'm missing something.

Find the thread number (index.php?topic=NUMBER.etc...), then go to settings and fill the correct form
Format is
Quote
bt:NUMBER1;bt:NUMBER2;bt:NUMBER3;


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.72
Post by: nimda on December 23, 2013, 10:22:39 PM
If there are CSS coders over here, I can put your code directly in BT++
  • I create a 'CSS coder' account on my server
  • You can upload there new versions of your CSS whenever you want
  • They replace the previous one after I review them
Hell yeah! Sign me up!
Ok, send me your code, for now it will be by hand
Also, your quotes seem broken


Hiding threads is coded in the current version (0.2.73)

What a present! Thanks ;D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.73
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 23, 2013, 11:39:29 PM
Could you add a little ignore button to the thread list as well, I have hundreds of threads I want to ignore.

Also, I have ignored 3 threads, yet I still see them when I'm browsing the forums...

http://i.imgur.com/8Fgw6LC.png


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.73
Post by: jackjack on December 24, 2013, 12:06:53 AM
Could you add a little ignore button to the thread list as well, I have hundreds of threads I want to ignore.
It's planned

Don't put the
Quote
'
Just
Quote
bt:3;bt:6;


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.73
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 24, 2013, 12:25:20 AM
Yup working now, thanks alot man, this rocks.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.73
Post by: jackjack on December 24, 2013, 02:06:32 AM
Done (0.2.74): right-click a thread link and hit 'Hide this thread'

http://i.imgur.com/4A7akD7.png


I also changed the voting buttons style, tell me if it's ok


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.74
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 24, 2013, 02:11:16 AM
Done (0.2.74): right-click a thread link and hit 'Hide this thread'

http://i.imgur.com/4A7akD7.png


I also changed the voting buttons style, tell me if it's ok

Great, thanks, giving it a test now :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.74
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 24, 2013, 02:12:14 AM
Nope, not in there, maybe just a little red icon that can be clicked?

<edit> Photo removed </edit>


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.74
Post by: jackjack on December 24, 2013, 02:21:32 AM
To visualize more easily who you voted for, the voting buttons are highlighted according to your vote (black means you voted this)
So beware when posting screenshots, it can be easy to guess your vote list if the highlighted voting buttons are present in the pic



Nope, not in there, maybe just a little red icon that can be clicked?
I didn't want to put too many additional layers, there are already the trust ✔, the score and the note icon
I don't think putting an icon next to each thread link would be visually acceptable
Let me see why it doesn't work on Chrome and if it's too much of a hassle to fix I'll do that anyway


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.74
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 24, 2013, 02:50:05 AM
I think it's hidden under the services menu, but not quick at all to get to ...

<edit> Image removed for security reasons

and thats not it, that was something todo with evernote, i just clicked it to give it a try
</edit>


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.75
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 24, 2013, 02:55:21 AM
Strange, in .75 that options is gone. So it was from this script, but wasn't trigging an ignore, was trigging the evernote option (the next one down in the list of services).



Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.75
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 24, 2013, 03:08:24 AM
Suggestions:

  • Add link to this thread to the btc++ settings page
  • Make it so that if there's going to be a break in between the persons rating, that it breaks the whole thing to the next line (see attached photo).
  • Make the text box for notes reload any current notes into it, so that if you want to just add to the notes, or edit the note a little bit you don't have to retype the whole thing

http://i.imgur.com/yA8e0HD.png


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.75
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 24, 2013, 05:14:27 AM
Okay so i've added well over a hundred threads to ignore seems to be working pretty well

  • In the BT++ settings page, the page now scrolls super far to the left before line breaking the ignored threads to another line
  • Stickied threads don't seem to ignore right?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.75
Post by: jackjack on December 24, 2013, 10:34:07 AM
Everything fixed in 0.2.76

  • Stickied threads don't seem to ignore right?
Only the first sticky of each board can't be ignored for me
Trying to find why


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.75
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 24, 2013, 02:21:46 PM
Still can't find a way to ignore topics without manually enterring each ID.

And the box of ignored threads is too big for my screen :(
http://i.imgur.com/2Ze17Cx.png


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.75
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 24, 2013, 04:47:11 PM
Anyway to also hide the hidden threads in the search feature (so for example when i click show new posts since last visit, the ignored threads don't show up).



Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.75
Post by: whiskers75 on December 25, 2013, 03:57:54 PM
Oh yay, hiding threads! I'm still working on CSS (been AWOL for a while) but I'll have it done eventually.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.75
Post by: jackjack on December 25, 2013, 08:21:10 PM
I just found why my external chat client stupidly crashed!
So here it is: http://btpp.jampa.eu/chatclient.php
Just a PoC for now though

Still can't find a way to ignore topics without manually enterring each ID.

And the box of ignored threads is too big for my screen :(
I'll make a small window with instead. Soon.

Anyway to also hide the hidden threads in the search feature (so for example when i click show new posts since last visit, the ignored threads don't show up).
Yeah I didn't notice that, thanks for the report.

I'm still working on CSS (been AWOL for a while) but I'll have it done eventually.
Great!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.75
Post by: justusranvier on December 25, 2013, 11:36:05 PM
The setting to automatically make links to threads go the page with the last unread comment is great.

It would be even better if you could make them automatically open in a new tab.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.77
Post by: jackjack on December 26, 2013, 02:20:30 AM
I created BT++ because I wanted to learn how to make userscripts

Today I wanted to learn how to use the MIT App Inventor
Thanks to this I made an Android app to use the BT++ chat
Not sure it would be useful for anyone, but in case someone wants to try, it's here: http://btpp.jampa.eu/apps/BTPP_chat_0.1.3.apk


The setting to automatically make links to threads go the page with the last unread comment is great.

It would be even better if you could make them automatically open in a new tab.
That should be easy to do


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.77
Post by: mbo666888 on December 26, 2013, 06:01:59 AM
toggle signature - best button ever! thanks to theymos and you, jackjack - way less eyecancer now!

the only bad thing, the button is very close to report scammer button and i'm afraid to missclick all time :x

would it be possible to add a confirm-dialog if you click on report scammer? and/or move the report scammer button somewhere next to report to moderator button?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.77
Post by: whiskers75 on December 26, 2013, 09:38:44 AM
I created BT++ because I wanted to learn how to make userscripts

Today I wanted to learn how to use the MIT App Inventor
Thanks to this I made an Android app to use the BT++ chat
Not sure it would be useful for anyone, but in case someone wants to try, it's here: http://btpp.jampa.eu/apps/BTPP_chat_0.1.apk

Oh god, whiskchat deja vu.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.77
Post by: whiskers75 on December 26, 2013, 01:21:43 PM
Feature request: notifications on replies to your threads (so you don't have to spam-refresh your email).


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.77
Post by: jackjack on December 26, 2013, 01:37:28 PM
the only bad thing, the button is very close to report scammer button and i'm afraid to missclick all time :x

would it be possible to add a confirm-dialog if you click on report scammer? and/or move the report scammer button somewhere next to report to moderator button?
Confirm dialog for scammer reports added in 0.2.78
I'm not sure I can move the link easily, I'll give it a look later

Feature request: notifications on replies to your threads (so you don't have to spam-refresh your email).
What?
Doesn't https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=unreadreplies do the trick?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.77
Post by: Evolyn on December 26, 2013, 01:40:57 PM
Feature request: notifications on replies to your threads (so you don't have to spam-refresh your email).

You should change your emailprovider. Even most freemailers and their webinterface support push mails. Refreshing emails is so 2000.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.79
Post by: jackjack on December 27, 2013, 06:13:22 PM
Tiny update: when you hide a signature it is totally hidden, including the black bar above it. Much nicer IMO.

Also the Android APK now has an update button that downloads and installs the last version.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.81
Post by: jackjack on December 28, 2013, 05:32:30 PM
0.2.81
Now the script saves the content of the posting textbox so if you accidentally F5 or if there's a problem while posting you can resurrect it
It's this button: http://btpp.jampa.eu/images/DTR.png


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.81
Post by: nimda on December 29, 2013, 04:07:34 AM
0.2.81
Now the script saves the content of the posting textbox so if you accidentally F5 or if there's a problem while posting you can resurrect it
It's this button: http://btpp.jampa.eu/images/DTR.png

Please add this serverside to every forum ever.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.81
Post by: Kluge on December 29, 2013, 07:00:45 AM
0.2.81
Now the script saves the content of the posting textbox so if you accidentally F5 or if there's a problem while posting you can resurrect it
It's this button: http://btpp.jampa.eu/images/DTR.png

Please add this serverside to every forum ever.
It's been done everywhere for a long time. You just don't have access to it. :-\


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.81
Post by: Parazyd on December 29, 2013, 07:44:57 AM
Just installed, as someone told me I'll get a [Top] link, that will take me to the top of the page.
Unfortunately, I don't see it. Am I supposed to enable it somewhere?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.81
Post by: Welsh on December 29, 2013, 01:20:21 PM
Just installed, as someone told me I'll get a [Top] link, that will take me to the top of the page.
Unfortunately, I don't see it. Am I supposed to enable it somewhere?

I believe Jackjack is going to be adding that if it's requested.

Tiny update: when you hide a signature it is totally hidden, including the black bar above it. Much nicer IMO.

Nice little update. Pretty smooth.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.81
Post by: jackjack on December 29, 2013, 01:55:31 PM
Just installed, as someone told me I'll get a [Top] link, that will take me to the top of the page.
Unfortunately, I don't see it. Am I supposed to enable it somewhere?

I believe Jackjack is going to be adding that if it's requested.

Tiny update: when you hide a signature it is totally hidden, including the black bar above it. Much nicer IMO.

Nice little update. Pretty smooth.
Yep
I just added it to 0.2.82, bottom left corner


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.77
Post by: whiskers75 on December 29, 2013, 03:14:27 PM
Feature request: notifications on replies to your threads (so you don't have to spam-refresh your email).

You should change your emailprovider. Even most freemailers and their webinterface support push mails. Refreshing emails is so 2000.
Unfortunately, Citadel (http://citadel.org) (homebrew email/BBS) doesn't.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: jackjack on December 29, 2013, 03:15:38 PM
Feature request: notifications on replies to your threads (so you don't have to spam-refresh your email).

You should change your emailprovider. Even most freemailers and their webinterface support push mails. Refreshing emails is so 2000.
Unfortunately, Citadel (http://citadel.org) (homebrew email/BBS) doesn't.
Explain me what you want, I didn't really understand


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: whiskers75 on December 29, 2013, 03:18:42 PM
Feature request: notifications on replies to your threads (so you don't have to spam-refresh your email).

You should change your emailprovider. Even most freemailers and their webinterface support push mails. Refreshing emails is so 2000.
Unfortunately, Citadel (http://citadel.org) (homebrew email/BBS) doesn't.
Explain me what you want, I didn't really understand
If I start a thread - let's say about http://kittenco.in (my new ticker), I'd like to have a notification when someone replies to that thread, without having to check email (as mentioned above, I use a really old email server, as Postfix/Dovecot is blargh).


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: jackjack on December 29, 2013, 03:22:17 PM
Feature request: notifications on replies to your threads (so you don't have to spam-refresh your email).

You should change your emailprovider. Even most freemailers and their webinterface support push mails. Refreshing emails is so 2000.
Unfortunately, Citadel (http://citadel.org) (homebrew email/BBS) doesn't.
Explain me what you want, I didn't really understand
If I start a thread - let's say about http://kittenco.in (my new ticker), I'd like to have a notification when someone replies to that thread, without having to check email (as mentioned above, I use a really old email server, as Postfix/Dovecot is blargh).
So it's exactly the content of the unread replies page but using notifications?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: Welsh on December 29, 2013, 03:23:39 PM
So it's exactly the unread replies page but with notifications?
Having notifications would be great for unread replies. That would be a great idea.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 29, 2013, 08:50:48 PM
There's an SMF mod that does this as well, makes new posts appear as little ajax pop-ups, but that's something theymos would have to install.



Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: Mitchell on December 29, 2013, 10:38:55 PM
I really like what you did in the time that I was away. If you still need CSS coders, I am here. Dunno if I got time for it, just wanted to say that I can do CSS stuff.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: joesmoe2012 on December 29, 2013, 11:14:20 PM
Feature request: notifications on replies to your threads (so you don't have to spam-refresh your email).

You should change your emailprovider. Even most freemailers and their webinterface support push mails. Refreshing emails is so 2000.
Unfortunately, Citadel (http://citadel.org) (homebrew email/BBS) doesn't.
Explain me what you want, I didn't really understand
If I start a thread - let's say about http://kittenco.in (my new ticker), I'd like to have a notification when someone replies to that thread, without having to check email (as mentioned above, I use a really old email server, as Postfix/Dovecot is blargh).

Citadel supports IMAP...


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: jackjack on December 30, 2013, 02:37:16 AM
I really like what you did in the time that I was away. If you still need CSS coders, I am here. Dunno if I got time for it, just wanted to say that I can do CSS stuff.
I don't need CSS coders, it's just that I allowed adding your custom CSS to BT++ and I propose CSS coders to put the CSSs they want to share inside BT++ for everybody
So if you're feeling like doing one you can, but it's not necessary


As for the unread replies notifications I'll think about how to do it nicely


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: Mitchell on December 30, 2013, 10:21:50 AM
I don't need CSS coders, it's just that I allowed adding your custom CSS to BT++ and I propose CSS coders to put the CSSs they want to share inside BT++ for everybody
So if you're feeling like doing one you can, but it's not necessary
Ooooh, I see. I will create a custom CSS when I got some time on my hands. I always wanted to create a darker theme for this forum, but never did it, haha.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: whiskers75 on December 30, 2013, 01:47:40 PM
I found a bug
Set http://whiskers75.com/bt++.css as your CSS - and witness the lag ;P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: jackjack on December 30, 2013, 02:43:03 PM
I think the problem is your server. I just add a url CSS node so I can't do much about that.
What I could do instead is downloading the CSS, saving it in the in-browser BT++ saved data, then using this data as CSS.
So even if it downloading the CSS lags (whatever the reason is), the CSS import will be instant.

Now that I'm writing it I think it's a good idea so yeah I'll code that. I'll have to check what max size I can save though.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: whiskers75 on December 30, 2013, 02:47:06 PM
I think the problem is your server. I just add a url CSS node so I can't do much about that.
What I could do instead is downloading the CSS, saving it in the in-browser BT++ saved data, then using this data as CSS.
So even if it downloading the CSS lags (whatever the reason is), the CSS import will be instant.

Now that I'm writing it I think it's a good idea so yeah I'll code that. I'll have to check what max size I can save though.
It is my server (256 MB ram, lohl), but thanks anyway ;)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: Welsh on December 30, 2013, 02:53:19 PM
I'm glad it's possible to disable the chat feature. It was very annoying when I kept on hiding then switching to another page and it popping up again.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: HeroC on January 01, 2014, 05:59:24 PM
I have a problem, the + and the - are not working. I cannot see them, but everything else works fine though.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: jackjack on January 01, 2014, 07:12:24 PM
Anyone else noticing this? (I don't have access to a computer before a few hours)
Good password? (Are you able to talk in the chat?)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: Mitchell on January 01, 2014, 07:19:28 PM
Looks good to me.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: jackjack on January 01, 2014, 07:44:09 PM
Great, thanks

I have a problem, the + and the - are not working. I cannot see them, but everything else works fine though.
OS? Browser? BT++ version?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: Welsh on January 01, 2014, 07:44:58 PM
Great, thanks

I have a problem, the + and the - are not working. I cannot see them, but everything else works fine though.
OS? Browser? BT++ version?

Fine with me. Firefox + latest version of BT++.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: HeroC on January 02, 2014, 12:01:50 AM
Great, thanks

I have a problem, the + and the - are not working. I cannot see them, but everything else works fine though.
OS? Browser? BT++ version?
OS: Windows 7. Browser: Chrome (I recently switched from firefox) BT++: v0.2.82
It is a good password, I can use the chat.

EDIT: It works now, I can see it. It fixed itself after I posted this! Strange... anyway, thanks!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: whiskers75 on January 04, 2014, 07:13:33 AM
Great, thanks

I have a problem, the + and the - are not working. I cannot see them, but everything else works fine though.
OS? Browser? BT++ version?
OS: Windows 7. Browser: Chrome (I recently switched from firefox) BT++: v0.2.82
It is a good password, I can use the chat.

EDIT: It works now, I can see it. It fixed itself after I posted this! Strange... anyway, thanks!
Why are all your posts green?
Also, theymos hinted at adding BT++ to bitcointalk.org's JavaScript (so no external userscript). :D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: jackjack on January 05, 2014, 07:57:51 PM
Actually he said that the post-saving part might be used in bitcointalk.org's JS
We're exchanging PMs but it's not moving fast as he's busy (I guess), I'll tell you when I have more info

BTW, theymos asked me how the script behaves when there are more than one open pages
The answer is that it saves only one of them (which one is undetermined) and it's of course a bad behavior so whatever happens I'll fix this and save all the messages


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: Mitchell on January 05, 2014, 10:16:19 PM
How does your post-saving work? With "localStorage" or on your webserver? If it is the second option I highly recommend you to read up on "localStorage".

EDIT: Already found it. You are using localStorage, smart move ^^ Saving different posts wouldn't be hard then, right? Can't you do something like "localStorage.setItem(TopicId, "message");" and clear the storage when someone post the message?

EDIT2: Improved my last edit a bit.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: jackjack on January 05, 2014, 11:44:50 PM
How does your post-saving work? With "localStorage" or on your webserver? If it is the second option I highly recommend you to read up on "localStorage".

EDIT: Already found it. You are using localStorage, smart move ^^ Saving different posts wouldn't be hard then, right? Can't you do something like "localStorage.setItem(TopicId, "message");" and clear the storage when someone post the message?

EDIT2: Improved my last edit a bit.

Sure, it's not hard at all, I just didn't think about this when I coded that
About the cleaning: when the user posts the message OR after a certain time (24hours?) as F5/a browser crash/etc can leave a saved message not sent


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.82
Post by: Mitchell on January 05, 2014, 11:48:07 PM
Hmmm, 24 hours should be enough to post a saved message. Maybe decrease it to 12 hours or so. 24 hours is a bit overkill, but oh well.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.83
Post by: jackjack on January 06, 2014, 12:31:23 AM
I thought about 24h because you can start a message on the evening, then do something else, forget about it and close your browser to go to sleep
Then when you're back from work the day after, you're like "Oh god I wrote a gigamonster post about this super important thread yesterday and firefox didn't save it! I'm so mad I'm gonna kill my wife!"


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.83
Post by: whiskers75 on January 06, 2014, 07:13:30 AM
I thought about 24h because you can start a message on the evening, then do something else, forget about it and close your browser to go to sleep
Then when you're back from work the day after, you're like "Oh god I wrote a gigamonster post about this super important thread yesterday and firefox didn't save it! I'm so mad I'm gonna kill my wife!"
......................................well it's certainly bombproof.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.83
Post by: Mitchell on January 06, 2014, 07:58:40 AM
I thought about 24h because you can start a message on the evening, then do something else, forget about it and close your browser to go to sleep
Then when you're back from work the day after, you're like "Oh god I wrote a gigamonster post about this super important thread yesterday and firefox didn't save it! I'm so mad I'm gonna kill my wife!"
Well, that sounds... logical, I guess ::)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.84
Post by: jackjack on January 06, 2014, 08:48:15 PM
I don't know yet anyway, I'll see how this behaves when put into pressure and decide accordingly

Also I've been told that the list of the scores doesn't work
Actually it works but takes about one minute to load
It's not really something critical so I won't fix this soon


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.84
Post by: Mitchell on January 06, 2014, 09:36:18 PM
I don't know yet anyway, I'll see how this behaves when put into pressure and decide accordingly

Also I've been told that the list of the scores doesn't work
Actually it works but takes about one minute to load
It's not really something critical so I won't fix this soon
The scores work just fine for me. Their internet connection must suck, because I get them in 1 or 2 seconds.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.84
Post by: jackjack on January 06, 2014, 09:55:11 PM
Oh sorry I meant the page containing the complete list, whose link is in the BT++ settings page
If scores take 1 minute to load I'd consider that critical  ;)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.84
Post by: Mitchell on January 06, 2014, 10:01:20 PM
Oh sorry I meant the page containing the complete list, whose link is in the BT++ settings page
If scores take 1 minute to load I'd consider that critical  ;)
Oooooh, that page. Lemme check ;)
Edit: Yeah, it's really slow ::)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.84
Post by: whiskers75 on January 07, 2014, 08:36:35 AM
Oh sorry I meant the page containing the complete list, whose link is in the BT++ settings page
If scores take 1 minute to load I'd consider that critical  ;)
Oooooh, that page. Lemme check ;)
Edit: Yeah, it's really slow ::)
That page is so big and so slow to load (3.3 min) it made my computer go into parallel universe time bouts.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.84
Post by: jackjack on January 07, 2014, 08:51:19 AM
Well ok I cached that


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.84
Post by: joesmoe2012 on January 08, 2014, 05:06:17 AM
Please add an thread ignore button to the thread listings so that it's easier to ignore threads. Its getting really difficult to manage a huge list manually.



Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.84
Post by: jackjack on January 08, 2014, 07:00:36 AM
Oh yeah I forgot that, I'll add that today hopefully


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.84
Post by: joesmoe2012 on January 08, 2014, 08:37:29 AM
Oh yeah I forgot that, I'll add that today hopefully

thanks :) I'm loving the hiding threads feature in general, has made browsing much more pleasant.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.84
Post by: whiskers75 on January 08, 2014, 03:33:56 PM
Add an 'ignore PrimeDice' feature: force signatures to be 14pt or less.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.84
Post by: jackjack on January 08, 2014, 05:45:26 PM
Add an 'ignore PrimeDice' feature: force signatures to be 14pt or less.
Why not just hiding the people's sigs?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.84
Post by: jackjack on January 08, 2014, 09:27:43 PM
Oh yeah I forgot that, I'll add that today hopefully

thanks :) I'm loving the hiding threads feature in general, has made browsing much more pleasant.

I finally found something that is working so this is definitely coming soon (1 or 2 days)
That'll be even more pleasant to browse the forum!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.84
Post by: Mitchell on January 08, 2014, 10:00:26 PM
Oh yeah I forgot that, I'll add that today hopefully

thanks :) I'm loving the hiding threads feature in general, has made browsing much more pleasant.

I finally found something that is working so this is definitely coming soon (1 or 2 days)
That'll be even more pleasant to browse the forum!
That sounds awesome! Can we have a hint about what it is?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.84
Post by: jackjack on January 08, 2014, 10:18:25 PM
It's already in Firefox: right-click on a thread to hide it completely


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.84
Post by: joesmoe2012 on January 08, 2014, 11:21:17 PM
For some reason i'm not jumping ot new posts any longer. Not even if i click on the little new icon. Not sure if its script related, but don't have time to uninstall and play around with it right now.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.84
Post by: Mitchell on January 08, 2014, 11:30:17 PM
For some reason i'm not jumping ot new posts any longer. Not even if i click on the little new icon. Not sure if its script related, but don't have time to uninstall and play around with it right now.
I have the exact same problem.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.84
Post by: joesmoe2012 on January 09, 2014, 03:22:50 AM
It's already in Firefox: right-click on a thread to hide it completely

Yup works greats in firefox but not in chrome. I'm in FF now for the time being because jumping to the latest post in a thread is broken in osx chrome.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.84
Post by: jackjack on January 09, 2014, 06:48:55 AM
Jump to new post is not broken because of BT++, see other meta threads


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.84
Post by: Mitchell on January 09, 2014, 05:02:41 PM
Jump to new post is not broken because of BT++, see other meta threads
You are right (as always) :D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.84
Post by: jackjack on January 09, 2014, 09:49:22 PM
0.2.86
Looks like the last version repairs the broken #new with ABP, can anyone check?

Also, now it auto-fills the password recovery page (http://btpp.jampa.eu//getpassword.php) when you're logged in
I plan to make the password recovery automatic once you're logged in
When this and the thread hiding in Chrome are done I'll advertise the script in the newbies forum


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: joesmoe2012 on January 10, 2014, 10:51:12 AM
Jumping to new is working in chrome for me again. However ignoring threads by right clicking doesn't work in chrome.



Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Evolyn on February 01, 2014, 01:58:53 AM
A minor suggestion:
- Replace the toggle signature button with hide signature/show signature depending on when signature is actually shown or hidden :)

Minor-minor:
- Do this to every toggle button.

Minor-minor-minor (if some people like toggle more than show/hide):
- Setting to select button appearance: toggle or show/hide.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on February 18, 2014, 08:02:51 AM
Hey JackJack, are you still working on this script? Because well, it's still awesome and there is still enough to be added, for example hiding topics by right clicking them (Chrome).

I do like that I can load my settings, had to setup the script script and with that is a lot easier with the load and save settings option.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: devthedev on February 18, 2014, 09:25:38 PM
Hey Jackjack, would you be able to incorporate an alternative skin for Bitcointalk?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Baitty on February 18, 2014, 09:29:02 PM
Hey Jackjack, would you be able to incorporate an alternative skin for Bitcointalk?

Just wondered the same thing after finding this thread recently the default theme is ugly and I hate the design of it and would love a new theme.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: HeroC on February 19, 2014, 07:33:34 PM
Hey Jackjack, would you be able to incorporate an alternative skin for Bitcointalk?
Hey Jackjack, would you be able to incorporate an alternative skin for Bitcointalk?

Just wondered the same thing after finding this thread recently the default theme is ugly and I hate the design of it and would love a new theme.

If you know CSS you can create your own, there is a feature to add your own CSS in the settings.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: jackjack on March 04, 2014, 09:36:19 PM
Hey guys, I'm back

Jumping to new is working in chrome for me again. However ignoring threads by right clicking doesn't work in chrome.
Hey JackJack, are you still working on this script? Because well, it's still awesome and there is still enough to be added, for example hiding topics by right clicking them (Chrome).

I do like that I can load my settings, had to setup the script script and with that is a lot easier with the load and save settings option.
I know, going to work back on it

A minor suggestion:
- Replace the toggle signature button with hide signature/show signature depending on when signature is actually shown or hidden :)

Minor-minor:
- Do this to every toggle button.

Minor-minor-minor (if some people like toggle more than show/hide):
- Setting to select button appearance: toggle or show/hide.
I definitely agree that would be more eye-candy, I'll do that when I have some free time

Hey Jackjack, would you be able to incorporate an alternative skin for Bitcointalk?
See HeroC's post just above


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on March 04, 2014, 09:51:21 PM
Welcome back JackJack! You have been missed ;)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: nahtnam on March 05, 2014, 12:46:33 AM
I dont understand why I have been reported 4 times as a scammer... I have never scammed anyone... http://btpp.jampa.eu//scamreports/ (http://btpp.jampa.eu//scamreports/)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on March 05, 2014, 06:55:55 AM
I dont understand why I have been reported 4 times as a scammer... I have never scammed anyone... http://btpp.jampa.eu//scamreports/ (http://btpp.jampa.eu//scamreports/)
*suspicious. That doesn't mean that you scam, it means that 4 people think that you are suspicious.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: nahtnam on March 05, 2014, 07:04:04 AM
I dont understand why I have been reported 4 times as a scammer... I have never scammed anyone... http://btpp.jampa.eu//scamreports/ (http://btpp.jampa.eu//scamreports/)
*suspicious. That doesn't mean that you scam, it means that 4 people think that you are suspicious.

The URL is a little misleading then. http://btpp.jampa.eu//scamreports/ (http://btpp.jampa.eu//scamreports/)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on March 05, 2014, 07:13:20 AM
I dont understand why I have been reported 4 times as a scammer... I have never scammed anyone... http://btpp.jampa.eu//scamreports/ (http://btpp.jampa.eu//scamreports/)
*suspicious. That doesn't mean that you scam, it means that 4 people think that you are suspicious.

The URL is a little misleading then. http://btpp.jampa.eu//scamreports/ (http://btpp.jampa.eu//scamreports/)
It used to say "Report scammer account", but JackJack changed that. I guess he was to lazy / forget to change the url into something else ;)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: nahtnam on March 05, 2014, 07:13:49 AM
I dont understand why I have been reported 4 times as a scammer... I have never scammed anyone... http://btpp.jampa.eu//scamreports/ (http://btpp.jampa.eu//scamreports/)
*suspicious. That doesn't mean that you scam, it means that 4 people think that you are suspicious.

The URL is a little misleading then. http://btpp.jampa.eu//scamreports/ (http://btpp.jampa.eu//scamreports/)
It used to say "Report scammer account", but JackJack changed that. I guess he was to lazy / forget to change the url into something else ;)

Alright, thanks!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: jackjack on March 05, 2014, 09:05:15 PM
Fixed!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: nahtnam on March 05, 2014, 10:43:31 PM
Fixed!

Is it possible to see who marked me as a scammer and why?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on March 05, 2014, 11:02:34 PM
Fixed!

Is it possible to see who marked me as a scammer and why?
No and no. Everything is hashed and no reasons are stored. As far as I know. Please correct me if I am wrong JackJack.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: joesmoe2012 on April 13, 2014, 12:58:08 AM
Any possibility that we can get the thread ignore feature also to work in the "Show unread posts since last visit" search?



Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on May 07, 2014, 09:15:35 PM
I think that this project is dead. Sadly :-[


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: QuestionAuthority on May 08, 2014, 05:22:19 AM
I think that this project is dead. Sadly :-[

jackjack hasn't been around for two months. He might be back.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: justusranvier on May 08, 2014, 05:41:15 AM
I think that this project is dead. Sadly :-[

jackjack hasn't been around for two months. He might be back.
I might be imagining it, but I'm pretty sure I've seen him on IRC within the last few days.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: QuestionAuthority on May 08, 2014, 05:51:46 AM
I think that this project is dead. Sadly :-[

jackjack hasn't been around for two months. He might be back.
I might be imagining it, but I'm pretty sure I've seen him on IRC within the last few days.

If you run into him again ask about updating this thread (or returning to the forum at all). Thanks.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on May 08, 2014, 06:29:44 AM
I think that this project is dead. Sadly :-[

jackjack hasn't been around for two months. He might be back.
I know, that's why I said it :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: justusranvier on May 08, 2014, 06:37:14 AM
If you run into him again ask about updating this thread (or returning to the forum at all). Thanks.
According to my logs, I was imagining it. Confused with another nick.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: TwinWinNerD on May 10, 2014, 05:49:11 PM
marked. I hope he uploads the scrypt again. It is offline


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: HeroC on May 14, 2014, 08:17:41 PM
For anybody trying to access userscripts, add :8080 to the end of the domain. Example: http://userscripts.org:8080/scripts/show/174546


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: superresistant on May 22, 2014, 12:33:28 PM
I think that this project is dead. Sadly :-[

Can someone else continue the script ?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on May 22, 2014, 12:35:00 PM
I think that this project is dead. Sadly :-[

Can someone else continue the script ?
I could, but his code is quite confusing and I am currently busy with other projects.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: dree12 on May 28, 2014, 07:44:34 PM
I think that this project is dead. Sadly :-[

Can someone else continue the script ?
I could, but his code is quite confusing and I am currently busy with other projects.

Are you sure the code is open-source in the first place? I don't see any indication of that in the OP.

Greasemonkey projects tend to be notoriously messy because they're supposed to be simple, so the file format lends for single-file spaghetti code. A solution is to compile organized JS code into .user.js files with a custom compiler, but it doesn't seem jackjack did this.

In addition, part of the project is server-side and I don't think that code has been released either.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on May 28, 2014, 07:59:07 PM
I think that this project is dead. Sadly :-[

Can someone else continue the script ?
I could, but his code is quite confusing and I am currently busy with other projects.

Are you sure the code is open-source in the first place? I don't see any indication of that in the OP.

Greasemonkey projects tend to be notoriously messy because they're supposed to be simple, so the file format lends for single-file spaghetti code. A solution is to compile organized JS code into .user.js files with a custom compiler, but it doesn't seem jackjack did this.

In addition, part of the project is server-side and I don't think that code has been released either.
Well I agree with you. The code itself isn't open-source as far as I know. So I would have to do it from scratch. I have no time for that, at all. Even though I would love to continue this.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: joesmoe2012 on May 28, 2014, 09:09:51 PM
So far as the server side goes, i host all that and it will remain online indefinitely.

Hopefully jackjack is just out having some fun and will be back soon - all of us need our breaks from the bitcoin world sometimes.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: joesmoe2012 on June 01, 2014, 05:56:04 PM
The ignore threads feature appears to have stopped working?!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: QuestionAuthority on June 02, 2014, 04:36:43 PM
The ignore threads feature appears to have stopped working?!


Welcome to the world of free open source softwares. Sometimes when one person leaves the company it no longer exists. lol


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on June 04, 2014, 07:46:02 PM
I changed the script a bit so that it could grab PM's in the Outbox folder as well. I now have the following two options:
Quote
List of PMs in your Inbox
List of PMs in your Outbox
:D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: epere on June 05, 2014, 03:44:16 AM
cool code. I think this may be an advantage of open source, it's like inviting all the world in your room, you clean it up furiously.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: TwinWinNerD on June 05, 2014, 12:57:18 PM
Does the thread hiding feature work for anyone on any brower ?

I would really like that feature!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: CrackedLogic on June 05, 2014, 01:57:36 PM
I would really like to use this, but
the page doesn't want to load. :( :(


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Baitty on June 05, 2014, 02:03:04 PM
Any one know where jackjack has gone?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on June 05, 2014, 02:29:04 PM
Any one know where jackjack has gone?
Nobody knows.

I would really like to use this, but
the page doesn't want to load. :( :(
Use this link: http://userscripts.org:8080/scripts/show/174546 (http://userscripts.org:8080/scripts/show/174546)

Does the thread hiding feature work for anyone on any brower ?

I would really like that feature!
Doesn't work for me and JackJack is gone.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: TwinWinNerD on June 05, 2014, 03:58:00 PM
Any one know where jackjack has gone?
Nobody knows.

I would really like to use this, but
the page doesn't want to load. :( :(
Use this link: http://userscripts.org:8080/scripts/show/174546 (http://userscripts.org:8080/scripts/show/174546)

Does the thread hiding feature work for anyone on any brower ?

I would really like that feature!
Doesn't work for me and JackJack is gone.

Isn't it possible to fork the skript, it is opensource right?

I think we could get a bounty going for that feature!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on June 05, 2014, 04:18:14 PM
Isn't it possible to fork the skript, it is opensource right?

I think we could get a bounty going for that feature!
Open source doesn't mean that you are allowed to change or even copy the script. Just means that the source is out for everybody to see. So it depends on what kind of license JackJack uses on this script.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: devthedev on June 05, 2014, 04:29:27 PM
Isn't it possible to fork the skript, it is opensource right?

I think we could get a bounty going for that feature!
Open source doesn't mean that you are allowed to change or even copy the script. Just means that the source is out for everybody to see. So it depends on what kind of license JackJack uses on this script.

Have you tried out bitcointa.lk?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on June 05, 2014, 04:30:37 PM
Have you tried out bitcointa.lk?
No idea what that has to do with what I posted, but yes, I have. Why?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: devthedev on June 05, 2014, 04:33:04 PM
Have you tried out bitcointa.lk?
No idea what that has to do with what I posted, but yes, I have. Why?
Just wondering because bitcointa.lk has some cool features that Bitcointalk++ had if I remember correctly.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: TwinWinNerD on June 05, 2014, 04:57:31 PM
Isn't it possible to fork the skript, it is opensource right?

I think we could get a bounty going for that feature!
Open source doesn't mean that you are allowed to change or even copy the script. Just means that the source is out for everybody to see. So it depends on what kind of license JackJack uses on this script.

Ok fair enough.

I am a noob in that aspect, how to figure this out?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: CrackedLogic on June 05, 2014, 06:28:22 PM
Any one know where jackjack has gone?
Nobody knows.

I would really like to use this, but
the page doesn't want to load. :( :(
Use this link: http://userscripts.org:8080/scripts/show/174546 (http://userscripts.org:8080/scripts/show/174546)

Does the thread hiding feature work for anyone on any brower ?

I would really like that feature!
Doesn't work for me and JackJack is gone.









Nope, still not working :(


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on June 05, 2014, 07:05:21 PM
Nope, still not working :(
It seems that way. I could re-upload it, but I could be voilating the Open Source License by doing so. I will send JackJack a message. I hope he responds :P

Isn't it possible to fork the skript, it is opensource right?

I think we could get a bounty going for that feature!
Open source doesn't mean that you are allowed to change or even copy the script. Just means that the source is out for everybody to see. So it depends on what kind of license JackJack uses on this script.

Ok fair enough.

I am a noob in that aspect, how to figure this out?
The website is down so we can't look it up. I will send JackJack a message about it.

EDIT: Message sent. Will post here again once I got an answer ;)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: HeroC on June 05, 2014, 10:40:36 PM
It is too bad this script was dead, It was awesome while JackJack was here, now that he is gone it has slowed down a bunch.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on June 05, 2014, 10:45:32 PM
It is too bad this script was dead, It was awesome while JackJack was here, now that he is gone it has slowed down a bunch.
Well, most parts still work just fine. For example, the +- and buttons, the ✔ that gets added to someones name when he/she is on the DefaultTrust list is nice, loading Inbox PM's, chat, instant skip to the newest post when you click on a topic, and most likely more stuff that I can't remember.

The progress of the script itself slowed down a bunch, that's, sadly, true. But I won't remove the script just yet. Way to handy!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: dishwara on June 06, 2014, 05:30:37 AM
It is too bad this script was dead, It was awesome while JackJack was here, now that he is gone it has slowed down a bunch.
Well, most parts still work just fine. For example, the +- and buttons, the ✔ that gets added to someones name when he/she is on the DefaultTrust list is nice, loading Inbox PM's, chat, instant skip to the newest post when you click on a topic, and most likely more stuff that I can't remember.

The progress of the script itself slowed down a bunch, that's, sadly, true. But I won't remove the script just yet. Way to handy!
Where to find your version of the script?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on June 06, 2014, 05:37:09 AM
Where to find your version of the script?
My version is the same as JackJack's with an added "List all PM's in Outbox" function. I can't re-upload the script without knowing under what license JackJack put it. I have send him a message, let's hope he responds quickly.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: CrackedLogic on June 06, 2014, 06:24:39 AM
Nope, still not working :(
It seems that way. I could re-upload it, but I could be voilating the Open Source License by doing so. I will send JackJack a message. I hope he responds :P

Isn't it possible to fork the skript, it is opensource right?

I think we could get a bounty going for that feature!
Open source doesn't mean that you are allowed to change or even copy the script. Just means that the source is out for everybody to see. So it depends on what kind of license JackJack uses on this script.

Ok fair enough.

I am a noob in that aspect, how to figure this out?
The website is down so we can't look it up. I will send JackJack a message about it.

EDIT: Message sent. Will post here again once I got an answer ;)

thanks, lets hope he responds.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: jackjack on June 06, 2014, 12:08:56 PM
Hi guys
Sorry for having been out for so long, that was not for anything fun at all.
Since a few weeks I have more time but I guess I needed a PM to bring me back, so thanks bitcoininformation.

It will take some time for me to dive in the code again but I'd be more than happy to continue the development of BT++ if you users want so.
And about the licence problem: I don't know yet, I'll think about it. But if I ever leave the forum "forever", I'll release all the code (server-side included).


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on June 06, 2014, 01:27:11 PM
Hi guys
Sorry for having been out for so long, that was not for anything fun at all.
Since a few weeks I have more time but I guess I needed a PM to bring me back, so thanks bitcoininformation.
Ah man, it sucks to hear that. I hope that everything will be well in the end. And no problem about the PM, sorry for bothering you on GitHub as well.

It will take some time for me to dive in the code again but I'd be more than happy to continue the development of BT++ if you users want so.
And about the licence problem: I don't know yet, I'll think about it. But if I ever leave the forum "forever", I'll release all the code (server-side included).
Well, it seems that more users are interested in the plugin, so please do :D Also, you should re-upload the plugin on a different website. userscripts.org is dead, greasyfork.org is the successor made by the same person.
Releasing everything if you really leave would be amazing!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: jackjack on June 06, 2014, 04:27:36 PM
I didn't receive anything from github, gonna check why I didn't get an email alert.

Well, I'm back now! So please tell me everything that broke since I left (in this thread please, not in PMs). First of all I'll repair that.
I will reupload to greasyfork. I'm afraid that would break updates for Firefox users though. I'll see what I can do.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: TwinWinNerD on June 06, 2014, 04:32:54 PM
The thread ignore function isn't working on firefox anymore.
Also the rating feature isnt showing all the time.
I can't register for the rating feature too.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: QuestionAuthority on June 06, 2014, 05:24:08 PM
I didn't receive anything from github, gonna check why I didn't get an email alert.

Well, I'm back now! So please tell me everything that broke since I left (in this thread please, not in PMs). First of all I'll repair that.
I will reupload to greasyfork. I'm afraid that would break updates for Firefox users though. I'll see what I can do.

How dare you go off and enjoy your life! Don't you know you only exist to please us now?

Welcome back! 

BTW: What license are you using, just in case one of us wants to continue on with your great work when you die?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: devthedev on June 06, 2014, 06:50:58 PM
Welcome back jackjack

How dare you go off and enjoy your life! Don't you know you only exist to please us now?

My thoughts exactly :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: HeroC on June 06, 2014, 08:18:15 PM
Welcome back JackJack!

Offtopic: I randomly decided to go to pywallet.tk (in your signature), and it displays a white page.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: CrackedLogic on June 06, 2014, 09:04:36 PM
I didn't receive anything from github, gonna check why I didn't get an email alert.

Well, I'm back now! So please tell me everything that broke since I left (in this thread please, not in PMs). First of all I'll repair that.
I will reupload to greasyfork. I'm afraid that would break updates for Firefox users though. I'll see what I can do.

Finally, I've been waiting for you to re-upload it.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on June 06, 2014, 10:36:27 PM
I didn't receive anything from github, gonna check why I didn't get an email alert.
I created an issue on your btpp repository on GitHub. Normally, Github sends you an email if that happens.

The thread ignore function isn't working on firefox anymore.
Also the rating feature isnt showing all the time.
I can't register for the rating feature too.
1. Didn't test that.
2. Rating feature always works for me.
3. You need to setup a password, checkout the "Get password" link in BT++ Settings.

JackJack, I added a new feature to your script. Now I am able to view the PM's in my outbox as well. I added/changed the following code snippets (the first one changes the BT++ Settings page):
Code:
<a href="https://bitcointalk.org/privatemessages.php">List of PMs in your Inbox</a><br />\
<a href="https://bitcointalk.org/privatemessagesoutbox.php">List of PMs in your Outbox</a><br />\
Code:
if(document.location.href.split('/privatemessagesoutbox.ph').length>1){
  body.innerHTML='';
  getPage('https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=pm;f=outbox', callbackPMOutbox, 0);
  return;
}
Code:
function callbackPMOutbox(r){
    var reg = new RegExp('f=outbox;start=([0-9]{0,10})" method=');
    maxpagePM = reg.exec(r.responseText)[1];
    body.innerHTML=BTCSS+'Downloading PMs';
    getPage('https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=pm;f=outbox;sort=date;start=0', function(r){concatPMOutbox(r,0,maxpagePM,callbackPMEnd);}, 0);
}
Code:
function concatPMOutbox(r,i,max,c){
    var resp = r.responseText;
    result = regexpPMS.exec(resp);
    
    body.innerHTML=BTCSS+BTPPtitle+'<a href="https://bitcointalk.org">Bitcoin Forum</a> > All your PMs\
        <br /><br />Downloading PMs: '+i+'/'+max;
    
    while(result != null){
        PMfaits+=1;
        listPM+='<tr><td'+result[1]+'</table>\n\t\t</td></tr>';
        result = regexpPMS.exec(resp);
    }  
    
    if(i<maxpagePM){
        var pmpage='https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=pm;f=outbox;sort=date;start='+String(i+20);
        getPage(pmpage, function(r){concatPMOutbox(r,i+20,maxpagePM,c);}, 0);
    }else{
        c();
    }
}

Could you add/change that in the script as well? Having both options is nice :D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: TwinWinNerD on June 06, 2014, 10:45:04 PM
I did set this password up and saved it in my profile.

Still I can't vote.

Where would the vote buttons even be?

http://i.imgur.com/0QmlsHm.png


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on June 06, 2014, 10:48:32 PM
I did set this password up and saved it in my profile.

Still I can't vote.

Where would the vote buttons even be?
-snip-
This is some weirdass behavior. The vote buttons should be next to the +5 and it should look like this:
http://i.imgur.com/8XPmjSC.png

What version do you have (don't ask me how to check that, because I don't know).


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: TwinWinNerD on June 06, 2014, 10:50:38 PM
I did set this password up and saved it in my profile.

Still I can't vote.

Where would the vote buttons even be?
-snip-
This is some weirdass behavior. The vote buttons should be next to the +5 and it should look like this:
http://i.imgur.com/8XPmjSC.png

What version do you have (don't ask me how to check that, because I don't know).

my greasemonkey script has this in the header:

"
// ==UserScript==
// @name          BitcoinTalk++
// @version       0.2.86
"

But the BT++ SETTINGS* has a asterix that says it is out of date....


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: devthedev on June 06, 2014, 10:52:48 PM
For some reason the userscripts (http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/174546) link isn't resolving... :/


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on June 06, 2014, 10:53:05 PM
my greasemonkey script has this in the header:

"
// ==UserScript==
// @name          BitcoinTalk++
// @version       0.2.86
"

But the BT++ SETTINGS* has a asterix that says it is out of date....
That seems to be correct, I have the same. The asterisk can be ignored, since it's incorrect. JackJack hasn't worked on it for ages. :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: TwinWinNerD on June 06, 2014, 10:53:59 PM
For some reason the userscripts (http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/174546) link isn't resolving... :/

because its down: userscripts.org:8080/scripts/show/174546


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: Mitchell on June 06, 2014, 10:53:59 PM
For some reason the userscripts (http://{http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/174546}) link isn't resolving... :/
Read the topic my dear friend. Userscripts died :P It was accessible at http://userscripts.org:8080/scripts/show/174546, but it's totally dead now.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: devthedev on June 06, 2014, 10:58:28 PM
For some reason the userscripts (http://{http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/174546}) link isn't resolving... :/
Read the topic my dear friend. Userscripts died :P It was accessible at http://userscripts.org:8080/scripts/show/174546, but it's totally dead now.

I don't see anything about it in the topic :D
Is there any alternative way I can run/access the code?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: jackjack on June 07, 2014, 12:22:08 AM
The thread ignore function isn't working on firefox anymore.
Also the rating feature isnt showing all the time.
I can't register for the rating feature too.
OS? Version of Firefox?


I didn't receive anything from github, gonna check why I didn't get an email alert.

Well, I'm back now! So please tell me everything that broke since I left (in this thread please, not in PMs). First of all I'll repair that.
I will reupload to greasyfork. I'm afraid that would break updates for Firefox users though. I'll see what I can do.

How dare you go off and enjoy your life! Don't you know you only exist to please us now?

Welcome back! 

BTW: What license are you using, just in case one of us wants to continue on with your great work when you die?
I don't know yet, I'll keep you updated once I have the time to look at that.


Welcome back JackJack!

Offtopic: I randomly decided to go to pywallet.tk (in your signature), and it displays a white page.
It works for me but I guess it's time for me to make a proper page on a server I own anyway.

Could you add/change that in the script as well? Having both options is nice :D
Yeah I will add that!

I didn't receive anything from github, gonna check why I didn't get an email alert.

Well, I'm back now! So please tell me everything that broke since I left (in this thread please, not in PMs). First of all I'll repair that.
I will reupload to greasyfork. I'm afraid that would break updates for Firefox users though. I'll see what I can do.

Finally, I've been waiting for you to re-upload it.
For some reason the userscripts (http://{http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/174546}) link isn't resolving... :/
Read the topic my dear friend. Userscripts died :P It was accessible at http://userscripts.org:8080/scripts/show/174546, but it's totally dead now.

I don't see anything about it in the topic :D
Is there any alternative way I can run/access the code?
On Github: https://github.com/jackjack-jj/btpp/raw/master/btpp.user.js

What version do you have (don't ask me how to check that, because I don't know).
Top of the BT++ settings page.

But the BT++ SETTINGS* has a asterix that says it is out of date....
Not anymore. 0.2.86 is marked as the last version again. (it might take some refreshs to realize it's up-to-date)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: devthedev on June 07, 2014, 12:52:56 AM
Awesome, thanks! Lets all go party in the chat :D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: TwinWinNerD on June 07, 2014, 01:18:05 AM
The thread ignore function isn't working on firefox anymore.
Also the rating feature isnt showing all the time.
I can't register for the rating feature too.
OS? Version of Firefox?



The rating feature now works, but it still doesn't show up all the time.
Ignore is still broken.

Win 7 professional 64 bit. FF 29.0.1


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: jackjack on June 08, 2014, 04:26:44 PM
Awesome, thanks! Lets all go party in the chat :D
AFAICS the party seems quite empty!

The thread ignore function isn't working on firefox anymore.
Also the rating feature isnt showing all the time.
I can't register for the rating feature too.
OS? Version of Firefox?



The rating feature now works, but it still doesn't show up all the time.
Ignore is still broken.

Win 7 professional 64 bit. FF 29.0.1
I'll check that and keep you updated.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 08, 2014, 05:59:33 PM
Updating should be OK now.

You MUST update to 0.2.89+ to be sure your version will auto-update.
Now the code will be hosted on github. I guess it's a bit more reliable. I would like to host it on the BT++ server but I'd need an https licence.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: CrackedLogic on June 08, 2014, 06:12:23 PM
Updating should be OK now.

You MUST update to 0.2.89+ to be sure your version will auto-update.
Now the code will be hosted on github. I guess it's a bit more reliable. I would like to host it on the BT++ server but I'd need an https licence.

how do firefox users update since userscript is dead?
Where's the link?


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 08, 2014, 06:17:30 PM
Updating should be OK now.

You MUST update to 0.2.89+ to be sure your version will auto-update.
Now the code will be hosted on github. I guess it's a bit more reliable. I would like to host it on the BT++ server but I'd need an https licence.

how do firefox users update since userscript is dead?
Where's the link?

That's the problem: you must update by hand once. (This way I'm sure people see the warning!)
It's here: https://github.com/jackjack-jj/btpp/raw/master/btpp.user.js

Tell me if something goes wrong.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: Mitchell on June 08, 2014, 06:20:16 PM
It might be smart to update the OP to reflect the current changes. Also, you should remove the "DiscussBitcoin" part from your script and I have the feeling that loading settings doesn't work currently/fully. I saved my current settings, removed the script, added the script again, filled in my password, pressed load settings. After that it seemed like some settings where imported and others didn't (like the Price ticker. It was set to Mt.Gox instead of BitcoinAverage).


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: CrackedLogic on June 08, 2014, 06:20:28 PM
Updating should be OK now.

You MUST update to 0.2.89+ to be sure your version will auto-update.
Now the code will be hosted on github. I guess it's a bit more reliable. I would like to host it on the BT++ server but I'd need an https licence.

how do firefox users update since userscript is dead?
Where's the link?

That's the problem: you must update by hand once.
It's here: https://github.com/jackjack-jj/btpp/raw/master/btpp.user.js

thanks


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 08, 2014, 06:44:34 PM
It might be smart to update the OP to reflect the current changes. Also, you should remove the "DiscussBitcoin" part from your script and I have the feeling that loading settings doesn't work currently/fully. I saved my current settings, removed the script, added the script again, filled in my password, pressed load settings. After that it seemed like some settings where imported and others didn't (like the Price ticker. It was set to Mt.Gox instead of BitcoinAverage).
Yeah I changed the OP
I can't reproduce your settings problem, it seems it loads as it should here. The ticker source is ok for example.
What OS/browser?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.86
Post by: superresistant on June 08, 2014, 06:50:56 PM
I didn't receive anything from github, gonna check why I didn't get an email alert.
Well, I'm back now! So please tell me everything that broke since I left (in this thread please, not in PMs). First of all I'll repair that.
I will reupload to greasyfork. I'm afraid that would break updates for Firefox users though. I'll see what I can do.

Welcome back and thanks a lot.

(even though I am -2 haha)


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: Mitchell on June 08, 2014, 07:11:26 PM
Yeah I changed the OP
I can't reproduce your settings problem, it seems it loads as it should here. The ticker source is ok for example.
What OS/browser?
Alright, nice nice.
Hmmm, weird. Could be me failing, but I did everything right as far as I know. Windows 7/Chrome Versie 35.0.1916.114m.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 08, 2014, 10:13:20 PM
I didn't receive anything from github, gonna check why I didn't get an email alert.
Well, I'm back now! So please tell me everything that broke since I left (in this thread please, not in PMs). First of all I'll repair that.
I will reupload to greasyfork. I'm afraid that would break updates for Firefox users though. I'll see what I can do.

Welcome back and thanks a lot.

(even though I am -2 haha)
-2 doesn't mean much ;)

Yeah I changed the OP
I can't reproduce your settings problem, it seems it loads as it should here. The ticker source is ok for example.
What OS/browser?
Alright, nice nice.
Hmmm, weird. Could be me failing, but I did everything right as far as I know. Windows 7/Chrome Versie 35.0.1916.114m.
Chrome 35 on W7 works for me... I'll finish the important things before looking at that.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: Mitchell on June 08, 2014, 10:24:03 PM
Chrome 35 on W7 works for me... I'll finish the important things before looking at that.
No worries man! I am so glad that you have returned! if you need any help just say so!


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 08, 2014, 11:07:37 PM
Chrome 35 on W7 works for me... I'll finish the important things before looking at that.
No worries man! I am so glad that you have returned! if you need any help just say so!
I will, thanks :)


By the way, I added a bug tracker: http://btpp.jampa.eu/bugs
Please fill it with whatever problems you may encounter / improvements you want


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: Mitchell on June 08, 2014, 11:12:28 PM
Chrome 35 on W7 works for me... I'll finish the important things before looking at that.
No worries man! I am so glad that you have returned! if you need any help just say so!
I will, thanks :)


By the way, I added a bug tracker: http://btpp.jampa.eu/bugs
Please fill it with whatever problems you may encounter / improvements you want
That is a very nice addition! Well done man.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 08, 2014, 11:14:50 PM
Chrome 35 on W7 works for me... I'll finish the important things before looking at that.
No worries man! I am so glad that you have returned! if you need any help just say so!
I will, thanks :)


By the way, I added a bug tracker: http://btpp.jampa.eu/bugs
Please fill it with whatever problems you may encounter / improvements you want
That is a very nice addition! Well done man.
Thanks!

I enabled anonymous reporting as litterally nobody would have contributed if making an account was necessary


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: Mitchell on June 08, 2014, 11:20:15 PM
Thanks!

I enabled anonymous reporting as litterally nobody would have contributed if making an account was necessary
No problem.
And yes, that is most likely. I would create an account, but some people have so many that they don't even bother anymore. Smart move.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 09, 2014, 12:41:29 AM
bitcoininformation, what is the version that is not working well for you? The last one?
Also, did you installed on Chrome using the CRX or using Tampermonkey?


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: Mitchell on June 09, 2014, 08:06:10 AM
bitcoininformation, what is the version that is not working well for you? The last one?
Also, did you installed on Chrome using the CRX or using Tampermonkey?
I use Chrome version 35.0.1916.114m.
I use Tampermonkey to install userscripts, since that works better than CRX.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 09, 2014, 10:28:12 AM
I meant the BT++ version


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: Mitchell on June 09, 2014, 10:30:37 AM
I meant the BT++ version
Oooooh, uhm.
Code:
var version='0.2.89';


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: joesmoe2012 on June 09, 2014, 01:40:53 PM
I can host the file (with https) if needed, indefinately, just let me know.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: joesmoe2012 on June 09, 2014, 01:42:59 PM
Things still aren't working correctly for me. The ignore thread feature is missing from firefox.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 09, 2014, 02:18:02 PM
I can host the file (with https) if needed, indefinately, just let me know.
Thanks, but for now I use Github and I think that's convenient enough. That may be useful for a couple of other files though.

Things still aren't working correctly for me. The ignore thread feature is missing from firefox.
Please fill a bug report here: http://btpp.jampa.eu/bugs/bug_report_page.php
It's quick, doesn't require an account and helps me to keep in mind all the pending bugs.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: joesmoe2012 on June 09, 2014, 03:49:28 PM
I can host the file (with https) if needed, indefinately, just let me know.
Thanks, but for now I use Github and I think that's convenient enough. That may be useful for a couple of other files though.

Things still aren't working correctly for me. The ignore thread feature is missing from firefox.
Please fill a bug report here: http://btpp.jampa.eu/bugs/bug_report_page.php
It's quick, doesn't require an account and helps me to keep in mind all the pending bugs.

Okay done. Some other people are complainng the same thing, evidently there's lots of people out there using the ignore thread feature :) It makes bitcointalk almost slightly browseable (I must have thousands of ignored threads).


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 09, 2014, 05:00:59 PM
I can host the file (with https) if needed, indefinately, just let me know.
Thanks, but for now I use Github and I think that's convenient enough. That may be useful for a couple of other files though.

Things still aren't working correctly for me. The ignore thread feature is missing from firefox.
Please fill a bug report here: http://btpp.jampa.eu/bugs/bug_report_page.php
It's quick, doesn't require an account and helps me to keep in mind all the pending bugs.

Okay done. Some other people are complainng the same thing, evidently there's lots of people out there using the ignore thread feature :) It makes bitcointalk almost slightly browseable (I must have thousands of ignored threads).

Thanks!
Actually I took a look at it and I'll change how the feature works. For now everything is client-side and not efficient at all. I'll keep you updated on the bug tracker.


I'm also implementing the server-side signing, ie even if the server is not HTTPS you can be sure the data you receive are genuine.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: joesmoe2012 on June 09, 2014, 07:23:33 PM
Just let me know if you need a more powerful server to run more things server side, I can easily upgrade you to something more powerful :)


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: HeroC on June 09, 2014, 07:49:53 PM
You should update the main post. The old UserScripts links are still there.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 09, 2014, 08:53:14 PM
Just let me know if you need a more powerful server to run more things server side, I can easily upgrade you to something more powerful :)
Thanks! :-)
It's still powerful enough for what it does. I'll tell you if it ever changes.

You should update the main post. The old UserScripts links are still there.
Changed, thanks!


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: Baitty on June 09, 2014, 09:24:51 PM
Good to see you are back Jackjack and I can use the script again.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: TradeFortress on June 10, 2014, 10:06:06 AM
Welcome back jackjack :)


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 10, 2014, 05:01:46 PM
It's good to be back too :)

Before someone starts freaking out, I'd like to inform people that v0.2.90 includes a script from pastebin.
It's a copy/paste of the JS code of bitaddress.org (you are encouraged to check it if you have any doubt). And as it's on pastebin it will never change (except if pastebin gets hacked).
So nothing to worry about.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: HeroC on June 10, 2014, 07:33:57 PM
It's good to be back too :)

Before someone starts freaking out, I'd like to inform people that v0.2.90 includes a script from pastebin.
It's a copy/paste of the JS code of bitaddress.org (you are encouraged to check it if you have any doubt). And as it's on pastebin it will never change (except if pastebin gets hacked).
So nothing to worry about.
Thanks for the information, but what use does it serve to have it there? I am not very good at browsing JS, so I don't know. I imagine it does something with cryptography, but I don't know why this script needs it.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jeffersonairplane on June 10, 2014, 07:41:54 PM
Just let me know if you need a more powerful server to run more things server side, I can easily upgrade you to something more powerful :)



Same here, finding a powerful server would be key.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 10, 2014, 11:11:18 PM
It's good to be back too :)

Before someone starts freaking out, I'd like to inform people that v0.2.90 includes a script from pastebin.
It's a copy/paste of the JS code of bitaddress.org (you are encouraged to check it if you have any doubt). And as it's on pastebin it will never change (except if pastebin gets hacked).
So nothing to worry about.
Thanks for the information, but what use does it serve to have it there? I am not very good at browsing JS, so I don't know. I imagine it does something with cryptography, but I don't know why this script needs it.
It will be used to verify Bitcoin signatures only. The server will soon sign the data it sends and this library is necessary to verify the sigs.


Just let me know if you need a more powerful server to run more things server side, I can easily upgrade you to something more powerful :)
Same here, finding a powerful server would be key.
Thanks, it's really appreciated.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: BawsyBoss on June 10, 2014, 11:30:16 PM
Just wondering, has this actually been audited before? I'll ask it regardless of the reputation it seems to have on many of the members around here.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: Mitchell on June 11, 2014, 05:43:48 AM
Just wondering, has this actually been audited before? I'll ask it regardless of the reputation it seems to have on many of the members around here.
I can confirm that the script does what it has to do and doesn't do anything else then that. The script required by Bitcointalk++ is indeed CryptoJS and is used to sign, encrypt, decrypt and verify stuff. It's a often used Javascript Library in the cryptocurreny world.
I hope this helps.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 11, 2014, 06:09:39 AM
Just wondering, has this actually been audited before? I'll ask it regardless of the reputation it seems to have on many of the members around here.
Are you talking about the script or the crypto library?
Either way I always tell people to check the code, I hope some of them actually do it.

That's why the userscript.org death is annoying: there used to be a version history/diff. Checking the original version and then every update was more practical.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: Iced on June 13, 2014, 02:24:06 PM
you can still access userscripts via this
http://userscripts.org:8080/


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: joshraban76 on June 13, 2014, 02:29:11 PM
I've only known about BCT++ script, and always wanted that quick reply thingy.

Thank you for sharing, it will help me for sure.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 13, 2014, 05:34:53 PM
you can still access userscripts via this
http://userscripts.org:8080/
Not until a few days (hours?) ago

I've only known about BCT++ script, and always wanted that quick reply thingy.

Thank you for sharing, it will help me for sure.
Tell me if you think of other features you'd like


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: joshraban76 on June 13, 2014, 06:15:01 PM
Could we add "Like" button like the one in the facebook ?

It just came in mind and I wanted to use it in some threads.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: HeroC on June 13, 2014, 06:48:24 PM
you can still access userscripts via this
http://userscripts.org:8080/
Not until a few days (hours?) ago
It is still up for me.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 18, 2014, 07:28:23 AM
Could we add "Like" button like the one in the facebook ?

It just came in mind and I wanted to use it in some threads.
If people want it then why not.
Looks like it was not a wanted feature months ago though.

you can still access userscripts via this
http://userscripts.org:8080/
Not until a few days (hours?) ago
It is still up for me.
Yeah it seems up nowadays but it was down back then.
I'll try to download the diffs today.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: superresistant on June 18, 2014, 07:33:08 AM
Could we add "Like" button like the one in the facebook ?
It just came in mind and I wanted to use it in some threads.

Oh yeah that would be awesome.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: Mitchell on June 18, 2014, 09:01:39 AM
GreasyFork keeps a changelog and you can checkout previous scripts. Isn't that what you are looking for?


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 19, 2014, 07:15:49 AM
GreasyFork keeps a changelog and you can checkout previous scripts. Isn't that what you are looking for?
I was looking for the previous versions/changelog so not exactly. I downloaded it yesterday though so it's OK. I will upload it when I have some time.
Now I'm using github so the changelog is there.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: Mitchell on June 19, 2014, 07:21:42 AM
GreasyFork keeps a changelog and you can checkout previous scripts. Isn't that what you are looking for?
I was looking for the previous versions/changelog so not exactly. I downloaded it yesterday though so it's OK. I will upload it when I have some time.
Now I'm using github so the changelog is there.
Ooooh, I see. Well, userscripts seems to work right now, so you could get the changelog, would take a shitload of time though.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 22, 2014, 03:33:50 PM
I downloaded the old versions from userscripts.org
See here: http://btpp.jampa.eu/changelog/

Sorry for the poor layout but at least the data is there


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: joesmoe2012 on June 22, 2014, 04:24:05 PM
The thread ignore feature still isn't working ofr me, has this been removed or whats up?


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: Mitchell on June 22, 2014, 04:42:42 PM
The thread ignore feature still isn't working ofr me, has this been removed or whats up?
He hasn't worked on it as far as I know.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 22, 2014, 06:48:50 PM
The thread ignore feature still isn't working ofr me, has this been removed or whats up?
He hasn't worked on it as far as I know.
Indeed

If a bug is not blue ("assigned") in the bug tracker (http://btpp.jampa.eu/bugs/view_all_bug_page.php), then I'm not working on it.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: joesmoe2012 on June 22, 2014, 07:11:35 PM
Working fine for me now :) Thanks jj


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 23, 2014, 04:58:06 PM
I didn't change anything, it's strange


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 23, 2014, 07:38:48 PM
People with versions 0.2.89 and 0.2.90 can experience problems as I'm testing the server signing feature.
If you do please fill the bug tracker and write it here.



Reminder: if you are using the old (0.2.86, from userscripts.org) version, please update
Over the last month, this is relevant for wachtwoord, monbux, Wed, Light, devthedev, digit, Thyatis, 001sonkit, ercolinux


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: skottiejay on June 23, 2014, 07:52:00 PM
I'm stuck on the part where I have to do a password? It's just spinning and spinning without doing anything when it goes to the page where it's supposed to do the password stuff, I'm not very good at any of that. None of the buttons where it says main, BT++ etc are working either I don't know if they are supposed to work? At any rate, how do I fix this problem? Lol. I feel like I'm missing something.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.89
Post by: jackjack on June 23, 2014, 08:35:32 PM
Let's settle that in PM :)


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.90
Post by: jackjack on June 25, 2014, 04:19:16 PM
Can anyone with 0.2.89/0.2.90 confirm scores are still working?


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.90
Post by: Mitchell on June 25, 2014, 04:22:35 PM
Can anyone with 0.2.89/0.2.90 confirm scores are still working?
Confirmed. It works just fine for me.


Title: Re: [Userscript.org dead -> new version] - BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.90
Post by: jackjack on June 26, 2014, 05:02:58 PM
Great thanks
I'll soon force the server signature for everybody so versions before 0.2.89 will partially stop working


Could we add "Like" button like the one in the facebook ?
It just came in mind and I wanted to use it in some threads.
Oh yeah that would be awesome.
With an auto-hide feature when too many dislikes, it could even help for this: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=663309.0



Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.91
Post by: jackjack on June 28, 2014, 05:21:46 PM
Update: 0.2.91

I hope you'll like the "like/dislike post" feature


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.91
Post by: Mitchell on June 28, 2014, 05:46:02 PM
It's perfect :D

However, I can upvote my own posts. Is that on purpose or?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.91
Post by: jackjack on June 28, 2014, 05:53:25 PM
It's perfect :D

However, I can upvote my own posts. Is that on purpose or?
That would be quite difficult to check who posted which post
Still possible but that would be an overkill considering the difference is only one like


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.91
Post by: Mitchell on June 28, 2014, 05:58:10 PM
Hmmm, that makes sense. Next problem, I cant click the Quote anymore.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.91
Post by: jackjack on June 28, 2014, 06:26:15 PM
I can't repair that right now
I will ASAP


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.91
Post by: Baitty on June 28, 2014, 07:35:06 PM
Glad you are back jackjack I really loved this script and did a clean reinstall and lost it and couldn't download it again.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.91
Post by: jackjack on June 28, 2014, 09:06:54 PM
Happy to hear that
The script is back too :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.91
Post by: QuestionAuthority on June 28, 2014, 09:10:09 PM
Happy to hear that
The script is back too :)


You should go away more often! You are definitely born again. Your improvements are killer, btw. Thanks for the hard work.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.91
Post by: jackjack on June 28, 2014, 09:30:48 PM
Repaired quote button on 0.2.92, sorry for the inconvenience!

I also added a field to insert pre-written sentences to messages. It's just a test for now but I will make it more useful later. You can try it in the settings page (down the "Features" list). Tell me if you have any idea about how to improve it.


Happy to hear that
The script is back too :)


You should go away more often! You are definitely born again. Your improvements are killer, btw. Thanks for the hard work.
Thank you for the kind words


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.91
Post by: digit on June 28, 2014, 11:26:02 PM
Thanks for update JackJack :)

Tampermonkey let me update the previous version without having to remove it, and it seems to be working great so far. 
Love the upvote/downvote feature! :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: jackjack on June 29, 2014, 01:16:32 PM
0.2.93
I moved the http://btpp.jampa.eu/images/like.png/http://btpp.jampa.eu/images/dislike.png to a fixed place
IMO they are now easier to spot at a glance


Thanks for update JackJack :)

Tampermonkey let me update the previous version without having to remove it, and it seems to be working great so far. 
Love the upvote/downvote feature! :)
Glad you like it!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: jackjack on June 29, 2014, 09:32:12 PM
Turns out the Firefox XPI is possible after all (even for Firefox Mobile)
Sadly the July month is expected to be super busy for me, but it's a great discovery

http://i.imgur.com/ZPYULAt.jpg


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: HeroC on July 09, 2014, 03:31:08 PM
Hey JackJack, are there plans to make the script compatible with the new Forum Software when it comes out?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: btler420 on July 09, 2014, 09:44:18 PM
wow I will check that one out for sure, looks awesome !


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: HeroC on July 10, 2014, 06:05:44 PM
Also, New feature Request: Replace the default search here with Google Search


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Mitchell on July 10, 2014, 07:19:21 PM
Also, New feature Request: Replace the default search here with Google Search
+1000. The default search function is quite shitty. I would love to have Google Search and use the custom Google queries.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: jackjack on July 13, 2014, 06:54:09 AM
Hey JackJack, are there plans to make the script compatible with the new Forum Software when it comes out?
Absolutely
Will it keep the current accounts?

Also, New feature Request: Replace the default search here with Google Search
That's a great idea!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on July 15, 2014, 04:00:12 PM
Quote
http://btpp.jampa.eu/crx/btpp_0.2.93.crx
Is this the latest version? He told to change but I don't know where to look the latest version. Help would be helpful.

Kindly,
        MZ


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Mitchell on July 15, 2014, 07:50:06 PM
Quote
http://btpp.jampa.eu/crx/btpp_0.2.93.crx
Is this the latest version? He told to change but I don't know where to look the latest version. Help would be helpful.

Kindly,
        MZ
Yes, that is the latest version. I'm using it right now and there isn't a newer version on GitHub ;)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: TwinWinNerD on July 16, 2014, 12:15:14 AM
Very nice to see so much progress!

Any updates if the thread ignore feature will be introduced again?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on July 16, 2014, 11:45:15 AM
Yes, that is the latest version. I'm using it right now and there isn't a newer version on GitHub ;)

Is this a real one which is approved by the moderators. If it is, why doesn't they add this to forum?

Kindly,
        MZ


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Mitchell on July 16, 2014, 12:03:08 PM
Yes, that is the latest version. I'm using it right now and there isn't a newer version on GitHub ;)

Is this a real one which is approved by the moderators. If it is, why doesn't they add this to forum?

Kindly,
        MZ
It's not approved by the moderators, nor denied. It's just something someone made because he thought that it could be useful ;)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on July 16, 2014, 12:11:39 PM
Yes, that is the latest version. I'm using it right now and there isn't a newer version on GitHub ;)

Is this a real one which is approved by the moderators. If it is, why doesn't they add this to forum?

Kindly,
        MZ
It's not approved by the moderators, nor denied. It's just something someone made because he thought that it could be useful ;)

Thanks for the info. :) I am going to test it. ;D

IMO the name suits you. ;)

Kindly,
        MZ


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on July 16, 2014, 12:34:57 PM
Why we need at-least 180 activity to get password via http://btpp.jampa.eu/getpassword.php ? Is there any specific reason? Anyway I have send a PM to JackJack for password. I hope I will get it.

Kindly,
       MZ


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: mprep on July 16, 2014, 04:54:04 PM
Hey JackJack, are there plans to make the script compatible with the new Forum Software when it comes out?
Absolutely
Will it keep the current accounts?

Also, New feature Request: Replace the default search here with Google Search
That's a great idea!
Yes, it will. Most, if not all info/stats/etc. will be transferred over.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on July 17, 2014, 12:40:05 PM
Hey JackJack, are there plans to make the script compatible with the new Forum Software when it comes out?
Absolutely
Will it keep the current accounts?

Also, New feature Request: Replace the default search here with Google Search
That's a great idea!
Yes, it will. Most, if not all info/stats/etc. will be transferred over.

I have send a PM to JackJack but no reply. Does it mean that I can't join until I reach 180 activities?
Kindly,
       MZ


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: mprep on July 17, 2014, 03:58:21 PM
Hey JackJack, are there plans to make the script compatible with the new Forum Software when it comes out?
Absolutely
Will it keep the current accounts?

Also, New feature Request: Replace the default search here with Google Search
That's a great idea!
Yes, it will. Most, if not all info/stats/etc. will be transferred over.

I have send a PM to JackJack but no reply. Does it mean that I can't join until I reach 180 activities?
Kindly,
       MZ
Just wait a bit - not all of us spend 10 hours a day here :D.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: TwinWinNerD on July 17, 2014, 11:10:13 PM
Hey JackJack, are there plans to make the script compatible with the new Forum Software when it comes out?
Absolutely
Will it keep the current accounts?

Also, New feature Request: Replace the default search here with Google Search
That's a great idea!
Yes, it will. Most, if not all info/stats/etc. will be transferred over.

I have send a PM to JackJack but no reply. Does it mean that I can't join until I reach 180 activities?
Kindly,
       MZ

You can use all features but the vote feature and chat without the password


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on July 18, 2014, 04:50:30 PM
Hey JackJack, are there plans to make the script compatible with the new Forum Software when it comes out?
Absolutely
Will it keep the current accounts?

Also, New feature Request: Replace the default search here with Google Search
That's a great idea!
Yes, it will. Most, if not all info/stats/etc. will be transferred over.

I have send a PM to JackJack but no reply. Does it mean that I can't join until I reach 180 activities?
Kindly,
       MZ

You can use all features but the vote feature and chat without the password

Thanks! I am using it but still I am waiting for his reply with my password. :)
Kindly,
      MZ


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: jackjack on July 18, 2014, 09:46:07 PM
Very nice to see so much progress!

Any updates if the thread ignore feature will be introduced again?
Yes I will repair it as soon as I have enough time (ie last week of July or after mid-August)

Why we need at-least 180 activity to get password via http://btpp.jampa.eu/getpassword.php ? Is there any specific reason? Anyway I have send a PM to JackJack for password. I hope I will get it.

Kindly,
       MZ
The reason is that it lowers the risk of the system being trolled by new accounts
I'll send you your password ASAP


Hey JackJack, are there plans to make the script compatible with the new Forum Software when it comes out?
Absolutely
Will it keep the current accounts?

Also, New feature Request: Replace the default search here with Google Search
That's a great idea!
Yes, it will. Most, if not all info/stats/etc. will be transferred over.
That's good news


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: HeroC on July 19, 2014, 05:14:50 PM
BitcoinAverage W/o Gox isn't working anymore, Bitcoin Average doesn't have it. Is there a way to Remove \ Redirect it?

Also, for the ticker, can you please add the Coinbase Price? And a possible mBTC Format?

Thanks!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: jackjack on August 07, 2014, 02:28:14 AM
I'll work on current bugs after August 18th
Keep sending them


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Mitchell on August 07, 2014, 09:22:16 AM
I'll work on current bugs after August 18th
Keep sending them
Glad to hear that you are still around ;D
Will be looking forward to the new features (if you have planned any).


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on August 07, 2014, 12:48:44 PM
Glad to hear that you are still around ;D
Will be looking forward to the new features (if you have planned any).

Me too. ;D

I'll work on current bugs after August 18th
Keep sending them


Can you change the theme of forum? Atleast an option to change color?

Kindly,
      MZ


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: jackjack on August 07, 2014, 02:15:20 PM
I'll work on current bugs after August 18th
Keep sending them
Glad to hear that you are still around ;D
Will be looking forward to the new features (if you have planned any).
Of course I'm still around, my July departure was perfectly planned :)
I don't have specific features in mind, I'll first fix bugs

I'll work on current bugs after August 18th
Keep sending them
Can you change the theme of forum? Atleast an option to change color?
What you can do is adding a CSS you designed yourself
If you're comfortable with CSS you just have to host the CSS file anywhere and put the URL in the correct field in the BT++ settings page.
If you're not then it's far less convenient. I guess I could create an easy editor with few options but as the new forum software is coming that would be quickly useless.

By the way is there any ETA for the new software?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on August 07, 2014, 04:22:36 PM
By the way is there any ETA for the new software?

I think it will come between October and December.
Kindly,
      MZ


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: keithers on August 07, 2014, 04:46:46 PM
I have been using this forum for a bit, but this is the first time I have seen this thread and extension...are a lot of you guys using this?   It looks really cool, and would like to try it out...


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Mitchell on August 07, 2014, 04:52:10 PM
I have been using this forum for a bit, but this is the first time I have seen this thread and extension...are a lot of you guys using this?   It looks really cool, and would like to try it out...
I use it, but I don't think that a lot of people use it actively. And even though people don't really use it, it's still great to have ;D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: keithers on August 07, 2014, 04:55:59 PM
I have been using this forum for a bit, but this is the first time I have seen this thread and extension...are a lot of you guys using this?   It looks really cool, and would like to try it out...
I use it, but I don't think that a lot of people use it actively. And even though people don't really use it, it's still great to have ;D

Ok thanks...the only reason I ask is because I am not great at computer type stuff, so I didn't want to just install it and then mess something up that I can't figure out how to undo...


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Mitchell on August 07, 2014, 06:05:13 PM
I have been using this forum for a bit, but this is the first time I have seen this thread and extension...are a lot of you guys using this?   It looks really cool, and would like to try it out...
I use it, but I don't think that a lot of people use it actively. And even though people don't really use it, it's still great to have ;D

Ok thanks...the only reason I ask is because I am not great at computer type stuff, so I didn't want to just install it and then mess something up that I can't figure out how to undo...
No worries man. Me (and others) can help you out if something goes wrong or if you require assistance.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: jackjack on August 07, 2014, 11:25:49 PM
By the way is there any ETA for the new software?

I think it will come between October and December.
Kindly,
      MZ
Great thanks

I have been using this forum for a bit, but this is the first time I have seen this thread and extension...are a lot of you guys using this?   It looks really cool, and would like to try it out...
Last time I checked around 40 people ever used the script and a dozen are actively using it
Anyway, you can't break anything while installing it and removing it is easy
And as bitcoininformation told you, several people including me of course are able to help you during the (simple) process


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on August 10, 2014, 12:42:34 PM
By the way is there any ETA for the new software?

I think it will come between October and December.
Kindly,
      MZ

Great thanks

Sorry. Found a post recently :


When will the software be finished?

About one year from now.


Kindly,
     MZ


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: jackjack on August 10, 2014, 04:17:48 PM
Oh OK
I'll add a small CSS editor then
Don't expect it soon though


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: keithers on August 10, 2014, 10:31:11 PM
I have been using this forum for a bit, but this is the first time I have seen this thread and extension...are a lot of you guys using this?   It looks really cool, and would like to try it out...
I use it, but I don't think that a lot of people use it actively. And even though people don't really use it, it's still great to have ;D

Ok thanks...the only reason I ask is because I am not great at computer type stuff, so I didn't want to just install it and then mess something up that I can't figure out how to undo...
No worries man. Me (and others) can help you out if something goes wrong or if you require assistance.

Great, thank you, I really appreciate it!  ;D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: jackjack on August 12, 2014, 04:24:37 AM
All the instructions for installation are in the first post of this thread
Tell me if anything's not clear


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on August 13, 2014, 03:38:33 AM
All the instructions for installation are in the first post of this thread
Tell me if anything's not clear

Instead of Tampermonkey android, insert Opera Mobile Labs build with extensions for Android (http://dev.opera.com/articles/extensions-opera-mobile-labs/) as it is easier and have better UI.

Instructions:
1) Download Opera Mobile Labs build with extensions for Android (http://dev.opera.com/articles/extensions-opera-mobile-labs/) and install it.

2) Download  (https://app.box.com/s/m4m343fdo38kns9jfihf) > copy the file to sdcard > in URL bar(Opera), navigate to violent-monkey-1.5.1.1-1.oex using file://sdcard/violent-monkey-1.5.1.1-1.oex( If copied it into another location, please change it) and press return.

NOTE : Violent Monkey (1.6.3)[latest - Android] is broken on Opera Mobile Labs+ext . Don't install it.

3)Download 'BT++ script' and copy it into sdcard and install it like you installed violent monkey extension.

Kindly,
      MZ


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: jackjack on August 13, 2014, 04:00:37 AM
Indeed this seems better, I'll give it a look
Thanks


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: jackjack on August 19, 2014, 01:38:00 PM
ViolentMonkey (1.6.3) is broken for me on Opera Mobile Labs+ext
Does it work for you Muhammed?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on August 19, 2014, 03:00:27 PM
ViolentMonkey (1.6.3) is broken for me on Opera Mobile Labs+ext
Does it work for you Muhammed?

No. :( You will need to install 1.5.1.1 . :) Here is the link : https://app.box.com/s/m4m343fdo38kns9jfihf (https://app.box.com/s/m4m343fdo38kns9jfihf) . I hope this works.

Kindly,
      MZ


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: jackjack on August 19, 2014, 06:02:16 PM
Well I'm not going to tell people to download some file from a random file hosting service
I'll try to find the official old version
Thanks for your help!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on August 19, 2014, 09:08:45 PM
Well I'm not going to tell people to download some file from a random file hosting service
I'll try to find the official old version
Thanks for your help!

It's okay. I understand what you are saying, anyway I gave the link because it was uploaded by a trusted person when I requested. It isn't harmful. If you want, I will upload .oex file to google drive. Here is the official Github page for older Violent Monkey extension : https://github.com/gera2ld/Violentmonkey-oex/wiki (https://github.com/gera2ld/Violentmonkey-oex/wiki) ( Remove ' -oex ' from url to go to latest version's page.
You are welcome! :)

Kindly,
        MZ


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: jackjack on August 19, 2014, 10:34:57 PM
Well I'm not going to tell people to download some file from a random file hosting service
I'll try to find the official old version
Thanks for your help!

It's okay. I understand what you are saying, anyway I gave the link because it was uploaded by a trusted person when I requested. It isn't harmful. If you want, I will upload .oex file to google drive. Here is the official Github page for older Violent Monkey extension : https://github.com/gera2ld/Violentmonkey-oex/wiki (https://github.com/gera2ld/Violentmonkey-oex/wiki) ( Remove ' -oex ' from url to go to latest version's page.
You are welcome! :)

Kindly,
        MZ
Don't get me wrong, I will try it myself because it's just an extension anyway, but I don't want to make other people do it

Edit: I just tried it and the script doesn't work. I'll stick with the Firefox Mobile addon for now I think

Edit2: FYI I'm coming back from vacation this weekend. BT++ development should continue after that.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on August 20, 2014, 02:27:11 AM
Well I'm not going to tell people to download some file from a random file hosting service
I'll try to find the official old version
Thanks for your help!

It's okay. I understand what you are saying, anyway I gave the link because it was uploaded by a trusted person when I requested. It isn't harmful. If you want, I will upload .oex file to google drive. Here is the official Github page for older Violent Monkey extension : https://github.com/gera2ld/Violentmonkey-oex/wiki (https://github.com/gera2ld/Violentmonkey-oex/wiki) ( Remove ' -oex ' from url to go to latest version's page.
You are welcome! :)

Kindly,
        MZ
Don't get me wrong, I will try it myself because it's just an extension anyway, but I don't want to make other people do it

Edit: I just tried it and the script doesn't work. I'll stick with the Firefox Mobile addon for now I think

Edit2: FYI I'm coming back from vacation this weekend. BT++ development should continue after that.

Thanks for telling! Anyway, I don't know what's wrong, it is working for me. If you want to see the columns correctly, you will have to enable single column view option from settings.

Kindly,
      MZ


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: jackjack on August 20, 2014, 08:18:39 PM
It's not the columns, it just displays the price ticker then nothing more

I'm working on the css editor, what things would you like to modify?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Holdaaja on August 22, 2014, 02:55:41 PM
I don't have this so can someone tell me what my stats are in it?
Or do I even have them if I'm not in?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Mitchell on August 22, 2014, 03:01:00 PM
I don't have this so can someone tell me what my stats are in it?
Or do I even have them if I'm not in?
Your are a 0. Nobody has rated you (yet). Every member on Bitcointalk can be rated, even if they don't have the Bitcointalk++ plugin.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: jackjack on August 23, 2014, 02:46:19 AM
The 0.2.94 update removes MtGox and BTCaverage without MtGox
And it brings a basic CSS editor


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: digit on August 23, 2014, 06:28:23 AM
The 0.2.94 update removes MtGox and BTCaverage without MtGox
And it brings a basic CSS editor

thanks for the update, chat popped up and i had get a new password for some reason.  I followed the process and its running fine now.  :)






Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on August 23, 2014, 08:19:05 AM
The 0.2.94 update removes MtGox and BTCaverage without MtGox
And it brings a basic CSS editor

Thanks for the update! :)

It's not the columns, it just displays the price ticker then nothing more

I'm working on the css editor, what things would you like to modify?

Can you make an option to enter our BTC addresses for price tracking? The amount of BTC will be fetched and then it will be converted into USD. A max of 3-4 addresses are enough or else large download bandwich will be there.

  ~~MZ~~


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: jackjack on August 23, 2014, 10:49:39 AM
The 0.2.94 update removes MtGox and BTCaverage without MtGox
And it brings a basic CSS editor
thanks for the update, chat popped up and i had get a new password for some reason.  I followed the process and its running fine now.  :)
I don't know what could have happened... That should not happen again

It's not the columns, it just displays the price ticker then nothing more

I'm working on the css editor, what things would you like to modify?

Can you make an option to enter our BTC addresses for price tracking? The amount of BTC will be fetched and then it will be converted into USD. A max of 3-4 addresses are enough or else large download bandwich will be there.

  ~~MZ~~
That's a good idea
I don't know where I'd display the data but yeah I'll do that


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Mitchell on August 23, 2014, 10:51:48 AM
thanks for the update, chat popped up and i had get a new password for some reason.  I followed the process and its running fine
I had the same problem. Not sure why it happened, since it never happened before.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: jackjack on August 23, 2014, 11:00:06 AM
thanks for the update, chat popped up and i had get a new password for some reason.  I followed the process and its running fine
I had the same problem. Not sure why it happened, since it never happened before.
What about all your settings? Were they reset?
It looks like the new version erased everything

That may have happened because I changed the script header (I just added "@grant GM_xmlhttpRequest" to use the GreaseMonkey's XHR instead of recreating it, which caused bugs)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Mitchell on August 23, 2014, 11:03:05 AM
What about all your settings? Were they reset?
It looks like the new version erased everything

That may have happened because I changed the script header (I just added "@grant GM_xmlhttpRequest" to use the GreaseMonkey's XHR instead of recreating it, which caused bugs)
They were indeed reset. Everything was gone. I am glad that the save/load function works. :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: digit on August 23, 2014, 11:19:00 AM
thanks for the update, chat popped up and i had get a new password for some reason.  I followed the process and its running fine
I had the same problem. Not sure why it happened, since it never happened before.
What about all your settings? Were they reset?
It looks like the new version erased everything

That may have happened because I changed the script header (I just added "@grant GM_xmlhttpRequest" to use the GreaseMonkey's XHR instead of recreating it, which caused bugs)

yes the script settings were all reset to defaults.  I just took it as an opportunity to check out the new stuff anyway like the css editor :)
I am using tampermonkey/chrome btw.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: jackjack on August 23, 2014, 12:39:35 PM
Damn, sorry for that guys

I just took it as an opportunity to check out the new stuff anyway like the css editor :)
I know it's ugly and empty for now, I'm waiting for people to tell me which properties they would like to modify and I'll put them in the editor


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on August 23, 2014, 01:10:30 PM
Can you make an option to enter our BTC addresses for price tracking? The amount of BTC will be fetched and then it will be converted into USD. A max of 3-4 addresses are enough or else large download bandwich will be there.

  ~~MZ~~
That's a good idea
I don't know where I'd display the data but yeah I'll do that

I think it can be on Price Ticker. Something like this : USD/BTC = Value | 2 Addresses : Value . To make it much better: when mouse pointer is above ticker, then it will expand and show value of each address. :)

  ~~MZ~~


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Mitchell on August 23, 2014, 02:33:33 PM
The Bitstamp ticker doesn't work:
Quote
Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token < VM371:7063

Which corresponds to:
Code:
eval("data="+r.responseText+';');


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: jackjack on August 23, 2014, 03:00:12 PM
I think it can be on Price Ticker. Something like this : USD/BTC = Value | 2 Addresses : Value . To make it much better: when mouse pointer is above ticker, then it will expand and show value of each address. :)

  ~~MZ~~
Not sure I'll show the balance in USD for now (I'd have to check which currency you use, handle the delays of all the request, etc)
I'll write the balance in BTC though

The Bitstamp ticker doesn't work:
Quote
Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token < VM371:7063

Which corresponds to:
Code:
eval("data="+r.responseText+';');
What currency do you use? Never mind, it wouldn't cause that error
Does the error remain if you refresh?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: Mitchell on August 23, 2014, 03:16:15 PM
Which corresponds to:
Code:
eval("data="+r.responseText+';');
What currency do you use? Never mind, it wouldn't cause that error
Does the error remain if you refresh?[/quote]I used Euro, if that is interesting and yes, it stays after a refresh. I tried multiple times.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.93
Post by: jackjack on August 23, 2014, 03:37:29 PM
Please try with the new 0.2.95


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: Mitchell on August 23, 2014, 03:44:22 PM
Still doesn't work (now using USD).
Quote
Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token <
Code:
data = JSON.parse(r.responseText);

I also got errors from bbc_highlight not being defined:
Quote
Uncaught ReferenceError: bbc_highlight is not defined
Can't copy the place where it goes wrong (since it doesn't tell me). Sorry.

I am using Chrome, latest version, on Windows 7.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: jackjack on August 23, 2014, 04:01:05 PM
The bbc_highlight error is because of BitcoinTalk, not the script

And I don't know what happens, are you using the CRX or Tampermonkey? I'll solve that within 2 hours I think.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: Mitchell on August 23, 2014, 04:25:16 PM
The bbc_highlight error is because of BitcoinTalk, not the script

And I don't know what happens, are you using the CRX or Tampermonkey? I'll solve that within 2 hours I think.
Aaah, I see.

I am using Tampermonkey and I never had problems with it, so I find this strange. Maybe it's Bitstamps fault? Cloudflare or something.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: jackjack on August 23, 2014, 05:04:18 PM
I can't reproduce the bug...

Please write the following on line 896:
Code:
alert(r.responseText);
Then send me the result


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: Mitchell on August 23, 2014, 05:06:38 PM
I can't reproduce the bug...

Please write the following on line 896:
Code:
alert(r.responseText);
Then send me the result

I got this, just as I expected. Cloudflare is being a bitch:

Code:
<html style="height:100%"><head><META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW"><meta name="format-detection" content="telephone=no"><meta name="viewport" content="initial-scale=1.0"><meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge,chrome=1"><script type="text/javascript" src="/_Incapsula_Resource?SWJIYLWA=2977d8d74f63d7f8fedbea018b7a1d05"></script></head><body style="margin:0px;height:100%"><iframe src="/_Incapsula_Resource?CWUDNSAI=23&xinfo=5-280788979-0 0CNN RT(1408813534805 32) q(0 -1 -1 -1) r(0 -1) B12(11,760,0)&incident_id=108000230486710377-1847063531899060597&edet=12&cinfo=4dfabf6c957e4dbb0b000000" frameborder=0 width="100%" height="100%" marginheight="0px" marginwidth="0px">Request unsuccessful. Incapsula incident ID: 108000230486710377-1847063531899060597</iframe></body></html>


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: jackjack on August 23, 2014, 05:09:48 PM
It looks like it's their anti-DDoS software Incapsula
http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/22zplb/bitstamp_api_incapsula_incidents/

Did you try to DDoS bitstamp recently? :D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: Mitchell on August 23, 2014, 05:12:30 PM
It looks like it's their anti-DDoS software Incapsula
http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/22zplb/bitstamp_api_incapsula_incidents/

Did you try to DDoS bitstamp recently? :D
I have never used Bitstamp, nor visited them, lol.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: jackjack on August 23, 2014, 05:19:36 PM
It looks like it's their anti-DDoS software Incapsula
http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/22zplb/bitstamp_api_incapsula_incidents/

Did you try to DDoS bitstamp recently? :D
I have never used Bitstamp, nor visited them, lol.
That is strange... Well I guess you won't use it anymore then!


By the way, I didn't introduce the 0.2.95: it has the balance checker (only in bitcoin for now) and the Google search instead of the regular one
As usual, go to the settings page to test them


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on August 24, 2014, 08:53:45 AM
Thanks, JackJack! I think it is the problem of the currency. I used usd and bitstamp price ticker worked. Maybe it is the problem of the word he typed, I think he typed Euro not euro . Does 'E' instead of 'e' cause problem? Anyway, I will check it and tell you. If have no problem in using usd, try using it instead of Euro in Bitstamp price ticker. :)

~~MZ~~


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: Mitchell on August 24, 2014, 08:55:56 AM
Thanks, JackJack! I think it is the problem of the currency. I used usd and bitstamp price ticker worked. Maybe it is the problem of the word he typed, I think he typed Euro not euro . Does 'E' instead of 'e' cause problem? Anyway, I will check it and tell you. If have no problem in using usd, try using it instead of Euro in Bitstamp price ticker. :)

~~MZ~~
I used usd in the last test, so that isn't the problem (JackJack confirmed this as well):

Still doesn't work (now using USD).
Quote
Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token <
Code:
data = JSON.parse(r.responseText);

I also got errors from bbc_highlight not being defined:
Quote
Uncaught ReferenceError: bbc_highlight is not defined
Can't copy the place where it goes wrong (since it doesn't tell me). Sorry.

I am using Chrome, latest version, on Windows 7.



Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: jackjack on August 24, 2014, 09:32:24 AM
It's sure the problem is the Incapsula software.
The Bitstamp ticker doesn't even contain the currency so it can't have any impact.

Btw I think you should contact Bitstamp to know why you're banned. Maybe you have a malware or something.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: Mitchell on August 24, 2014, 10:14:58 AM
It's sure the problem is the Incapsula software.
The Bitstamp ticker doesn't even contain the currency so it can't have any impact.

Btw I think you should contact Bitstamp to know why you're banned. Maybe you have a malware or something.
I am not banned and I don't have malware on my computer. Cloudflare ensures that someone is "real" by making the browser do a small task and asking it for the answer. If it gets one, it's a "real" person, if it does not, you don't get access, because you are most likely a bot, doing a DDoS attack or something like that (and it gives the response I received). I know I am not banned because I can reach "https://www.bitstamp.net/api/ticker/ (https://www.bitstamp.net/api/ticker/)" without a problem.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: jackjack on August 24, 2014, 11:11:12 AM
It's sure the problem is the Incapsula software.
The Bitstamp ticker doesn't even contain the currency so it can't have any impact.

Btw I think you should contact Bitstamp to know why you're banned. Maybe you have a malware or something.
I am not banned and I don't have malware on my computer. Cloudflare ensures that someone is "real" by making the browser do a small task and asking it for the answer. If it gets one, it's a "real" person, if it does not, you don't get access, because you are most likely a bot, doing a DDoS attack or something like that (and it gives the response I received). I know I am not banned because I can reach "https://www.bitstamp.net/api/ticker/ (https://www.bitstamp.net/api/ticker/)" without a problem.
I see
I don't get why it works for other people though


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: Mitchell on August 24, 2014, 11:15:33 AM
I see
I don't get why it works for other people though
I know right? It should work, but it doesn't. Oh well, I don't use them anyway, so it isn't a big problem. I just wanted to tell you about it, in case someone else has this problem.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: jackjack on August 24, 2014, 11:50:01 AM
I'll contact bitstamp to know if it's caused by the script, in the meantime I'll handle that error correctly instead of crashing
And thanks for reporting it!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: Mitchell on August 24, 2014, 11:57:24 AM
I'll contact bitstamp to know if it's caused by the script, in the meantime I'll handle that error correctly instead of crashing
And thanks for reporting it!
No problem man! Good luck and keep up the good work!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: jackjack on August 28, 2014, 09:58:18 AM
I'm thinking about doing a list of bookmarked threads
In "Show new replies to your posts" and "Watchlist" you can't see the threads if you already read all the posts
In this new list you would see them all


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: Mitchell on August 28, 2014, 10:20:01 AM
I'm thinking about doing a list of bookmarked threads
In "Show new replies to your posts" and "Watchlist" you can't see the threads if you already read all the posts
In this new list you would see them all
Yes please. I would definitely use that. I often add topics to my watchlist, so I remember them, but that isn't the best way to do it.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on August 28, 2014, 10:22:56 AM
I'm thinking about doing a list of bookmarked threads
In "Show new replies to your posts" and "Watchlist" you can't see the threads if you already read all the posts
In this new list you would see them all

That is good! Can you make an option to un-watch a thread? Because, I already clicked unwatch but the thread is still showing in new replies. Anything you can do?

~~MZ~~


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: jackjack on September 08, 2014, 05:47:40 PM
I did it, I'll push the update really soon.
I didn't find a nice place so I'll put the list at the bottom of the page for now.

I'm thinking about doing a list of bookmarked threads
In "Show new replies to your posts" and "Watchlist" you can't see the threads if you already read all the posts
In this new list you would see them all

That is good! Can you make an option to un-watch a thread? Because, I already clicked unwatch but the thread is still showing in new replies. Anything you can do?

~~MZ~~
Unwatch can only be done server-side.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: jackjack on September 09, 2014, 08:11:14 AM
Done!
0.2.96 released with bookmarks enabled.
You can bookmark threads or posts, the button is next to the "Quote in BT++ chat" button.
And again, the bookmarks are at the bottom of the pages. If you don't find it practical (and I know you won't), please tell me where I should put them.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: Mitchell on September 09, 2014, 08:14:54 AM
Done!
0.2.96 released with bookmarks enabled.
You can bookmark threads or posts, the button is next to the "Quote in BT++ chat" button.
And again, the bookmarks are at the bottom of the pages. If you don't find it practical (and I know you won't), please tell me where I should put them.
Why not make a page like the "Settings"-page with a nice little tab and display it there?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on September 14, 2014, 01:28:15 PM
Can you enable openexchangerates price ticker? It supports almost all currencies. So it would be helpful to see the price in fiat currency other than major Bitcoin-involved fiats.  :)

  ~~MZ~~


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.95
Post by: jackjack on September 15, 2014, 07:49:20 AM
Done!
0.2.96 released with bookmarks enabled.
You can bookmark threads or posts, the button is next to the "Quote in BT++ chat" button.
And again, the bookmarks are at the bottom of the pages. If you don't find it practical (and I know you won't), please tell me where I should put them.
Why not make a page like the "Settings"-page with a nice little tab and display it there?
Yes I'll make a page like that

Can you enable openexchangerates price ticker? It supports almost all currencies. So it would be helpful to see the price in fiat currency other than major Bitcoin-involved fiats.  :)

  ~~MZ~~
It's not free so I'd need their api URL and a typical response from it


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on September 15, 2014, 03:06:37 PM
Done!
0.2.96 released with bookmarks enabled.
You can bookmark threads or posts, the button is next to the "Quote in BT++ chat" button.
And again, the bookmarks are at the bottom of the pages. If you don't find it practical (and I know you won't), please tell me where I should put them.
Why not make a page like the "Settings"-page with a nice little tab and display it there?
Yes I'll make a page like that

Can you enable openexchangerates price ticker? It supports almost all currencies. So it would be helpful to see the price in fiat currency other than major Bitcoin-involved fiats.  :)

  ~~MZ~~
It's not free so I'd need their api URL and a typical response from it

If you want, I can give my API. I don't know how but I got one free account there when joined under a person. So would that help? I am not good at this API integration and all. ::)

  ~~MZ~~


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on September 15, 2014, 03:08:39 PM

Unwatch can only be done server-side.

How about hiding the particular thread from showing in new replies. Like ignoring posts. Can it be done?

  ~~MZ~~


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: joesmoe2012 on September 16, 2014, 01:47:47 AM
how about a feature that hides all "Moved" threads. I don't need to see this notification.



Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: jackjack on October 03, 2014, 08:28:13 PM
Done!
0.2.96 released with bookmarks enabled.
You can bookmark threads or posts, the button is next to the "Quote in BT++ chat" button.
And again, the bookmarks are at the bottom of the pages. If you don't find it practical (and I know you won't), please tell me where I should put them.
Why not make a page like the "Settings"-page with a nice little tab and display it there?
Yes I'll make a page like that

Can you enable openexchangerates price ticker? It supports almost all currencies. So it would be helpful to see the price in fiat currency other than major Bitcoin-involved fiats.  :)

  ~~MZ~~
It's not free so I'd need their api URL and a typical response from it

If you want, I can give my API. I don't know how but I got one free account there when joined under a person. So would that help? I am not good at this API integration and all. ::)

  ~~MZ~~
I can give it a look but I can't promise anything


Unwatch can only be done server-side.

How about hiding the particular thread from showing in new replies. Like ignoring posts. Can it be done?

  ~~MZ~~
Well that's overkill IMO
If unwatching is really broken you should ask theymos

how about a feature that hides all "Moved" threads. I don't need to see this notification.
Great idea! It bothers me too


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Mitchell on October 08, 2014, 07:10:37 PM
Hey JackJack,

Could you please add what I posted 8 pages ago, about the listing outbox PMs as well (click (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=264337.msg7173378#msg7173378))? That would make me very very happy, now I have to readd it every time there is an update. ;D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: jackjack on October 09, 2014, 02:47:14 PM
Hey JackJack,

Could you please add what I posted 8 pages ago, about the listing outbox PMs as well (click (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=264337.msg7173378#msg7173378))? That would make me very very happy, now I have to readd it every time there is an update. ;D

Doing that soon :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: serje on October 09, 2014, 06:16:38 PM
Installed it .... I've got the password but how I can rate people? I press on + but nothing happens


thanks

Edit: it seems it has a delay of about 1 minutes of something like this ... the +/- feature is working at me but with a delay ... if that is how it was supposed to work then I can get used to it


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: joesmoe2012 on October 10, 2014, 05:14:35 AM
How about a feature that will hide all posts made from posters with less than XXX posts?

This would save me a -ton- of time.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: joesmoe2012 on October 11, 2014, 10:48:05 PM
buuuuump


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 19, 2014, 08:41:02 AM
okay how do i report a scammer? I want to report CoinKite

They ripped me off by sending only 5 of 20 units i orderd about a year ago for 30 BTC.

Heres' more info


http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/2mpnln/coinkite_fail_worst_customer_experience_issue_ever/

I'd like to flag them as scammer on the forums


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Mitchell on November 19, 2014, 09:52:11 AM
Joesmoe2012, you can click on "Report suspicious account" to report them within the BitcoinTalk++ system and don't forget to give them negative feedback.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: joesmoe2012 on November 19, 2014, 06:19:28 PM
Joesmoe2012, you can click on "Report suspicious account" to report them within the BitcoinTalk++ system and don't forget to give them negative feedback.

great, thanks i've never used this feature before.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on November 29, 2014, 12:11:10 PM
Any possible way to use this extension just for BT? My computer is a bit slow when running BT++ .

[img ]http://i.imgur.com/TgsDYTm.jpg[/img] (http://tampermonkey.net/faq.php#Q401)

[img ]http://i.imgur.com/V86ZTyV.jpg[/img] (http://chrome-extension://dhdgffkkebhmkfjojejmpbldmpobfkfo/options.html?selected=dashboard)


P.S. When I clicked preview in PM, then 'Add your signature' button is being replaced with 'upload' feature . Please correct that too, if possible. No need, will add signature and the click preview! ;)

   ~~MZ~~


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: HeroC on November 29, 2014, 03:23:09 PM
*snip*
BT++ does only run in BT (and jampa, the password server). The globe you see is under Features, not Sites. In this case, it means it can access https sites. As for why your browser is slow, it may just be the fact that Tampermonkey is installed.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on November 29, 2014, 03:38:23 PM
*snip*
BT++ does only run in BT (and jampa, the password server). The globe you see is under Features, not Sites. In this case, it means it can access https sites. As for why your browser is slow, it may just be the fact that Tampermonkey is installed.

My mistake. :-X Thanks for telling.:)

   ~~MZ~~


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on December 08, 2014, 03:38:43 PM
Can you please add highlighting feature? Quote of the thread which I found this idea:

Bitcointalk.org Topic List Highlighter
https://github.com/bitbandi/bitcointalk-topic-list-highlighter

Highlights the topic list rows on Bitcointalk.org

Install
  • Download the .crx file from the latest release (https://github.com/bitbandi/bitcointalk-topic-list-highlighter/releases).
  • Open chrome://extensions (http://chrome://extensions) in Chrome.
  • Drag and drop the .crx file onto the page and click "Add" to install.

Usage
You can mark the topic with icons:

https://raw.githubusercontent.com/bitbandi/bitcointalk-topic-list-highlighter/master/btlh1.png


You can hide/show "disliked" topics, if you click Show or Hide text in the first header:

https://raw.githubusercontent.com/bitbandi/bitcointalk-topic-list-highlighter/master/btlh2.png

Limitations
Due the limitation of chrome storage quota (https://developer.chrome.com/apps/storage#property-local), you can mark up to 500k topics.

License
MIT License

   ~~MZ~~


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: siameze on December 13, 2014, 01:28:34 AM
I finally decided to install this, but attempts to get a password have failed. After inserting my token and refreshing the page, it just endlessly tries to load. :-\


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Mitchell on December 13, 2014, 10:47:45 AM
I finally decided to install this, but attempts to get a password have failed. After inserting my token and refreshing the page, it just endlessly tries to load. :-\
I requested my password yesterday and it worked just fine for me. What happens if you try again?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on December 13, 2014, 11:34:30 AM
I finally decided to install this, but attempts to get a password have failed. After inserting my token and refreshing the page, it just endlessly tries to load. :-\

Did you like it said? Just do once more, Go to http://btpp.jampa.eu/getpassword.php and wait for a few seconds, then 'User ID' will be automatically filled and then put the code in the signature and click reload. Hope you will get it. :)

   ~~MZ~~


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: siameze on December 13, 2014, 11:49:12 AM
I finally decided to install this, but attempts to get a password have failed. After inserting my token and refreshing the page, it just endlessly tries to load. :-\

Did you like it said? Just do once more, Go to http://btpp.jampa.eu/getpassword.php and wait for a few seconds, then 'User ID' will be automatically filled and then put the code in the signature and click reload. Hope you will get it. :)

   ~~MZ~~


Thanks for the reply. Site must have under load last night, tried it again this morning and it loaded without a hiccup.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on December 13, 2014, 12:01:39 PM
http://i.imgur.com/RNHKr1D.jpg

Looks like jackjack has taken a big break, he was active 2 days ago though no posts for ~1 and half month. ::)

Thanks for the reply. Site must have under load last night, tried it again this morning and it loaded without a hiccup.

Thanks to bitcoininformation's post, otherwise I wouldn't have checked it. :)

I finally decided to install this, but attempts to get a password have failed. After inserting my token and refreshing the page, it just endlessly tries to load. :-\
I requested my password yesterday and it worked just fine for me. What happens if you try again?
[/quote]

   ~~MZ~~


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: jackjack on December 28, 2014, 03:49:15 AM
Hi guys I'm back
One of the reason of my break is the creation of a website (not bitcoin related) so that made me practice JS/jQuery/HTML/Bootstrap a bit more!
As the forum software is about to change I'll just fix broken things on the current script until the release. Then when it's released I'll make a new script with jQuery/Bootstrap (ie more easily read by you, more eye candy, more quickly to write, less browser incompatibility)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Parazyd on December 28, 2014, 08:38:50 AM
Welcome back!
Keep in mind that the new software will have a lot more new useful features. You can too request features in the Meta subforum.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on December 28, 2014, 01:28:12 PM
Good to see you again! :)

Welcome back!
Keep in mind that the new software will have a lot more new useful features. You can too request features in the Meta subforum.

Icon preview (they are vectors):

https://i.imgur.com/zSbDlZ3.png
What do each of these images mean? Does this mean we're getting a +1 and a 'favourite' feature?
They are just some icons bundled in the current new forum software development, they might be used or they might not, but the fact that they have created them shows that most of that icons will be used.

You can too request features in the Meta subforum.

He has requested Add own JavaScript scripts (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=776108.0) but didn't get enough response. Don't know whether it will be implemented.

   ~~MZ~~


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: siameze on December 28, 2014, 04:28:00 PM
Hi guys I'm back
One of the reason of my break is the creation of a website (not bitcoin related) so that made me practice JS/jQuery/HTML/Bootstrap a bit more!
As the forum software is about to change I'll just fix broken things on the current script until the release. Then when it's released I'll make a new script with jQuery/Bootstrap (ie more easily read by you, more eye candy, more quickly to write, less browser incompatibility)

Welcome back, I'm rather new to your script but it has a lot of nice features and I love the old-school feel of it. Look forward to seeing what the future brings for this project.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: jackjack on December 28, 2014, 06:56:10 PM
Can you please add highlighting feature? Quote of the thread which I found this idea:
Bitcointalk.org Topic List Highlighter
https://github.com/bitbandi/bitcointalk-topic-list-highlighter

[...]

   ~~MZ~~

I'l contact him to know what he would think about that

Welcome back!
Keep in mind that the new software will have a lot more new useful features. You can too request features in the Meta subforum.

Good to see you again! :)

Welcome back!
Keep in mind that the new software will have a lot more new useful features. You can too request features in the Meta subforum.

You can too request features in the Meta subforum.

He has requested Add own JavaScript scripts (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=776108.0) but didn't get enough response. Don't know whether it will be implemented.

   ~~MZ~~

The problem is that as the official system they want/have to be extremely cautious about what is implemented. So yeah that makes some features unlikely to be implemented, the "custom JS scripts" being the worst.
Moreover, another consequence, that is already true now, is that there will be very few implemented features after the release.
And that's where BT++ can help.

Welcome back, I'm rather new to your script but it has a lot of nice features and I love the old-school feel of it. Look forward to seeing what the future brings for this project.

Thanks :) I'm glad you like it



And I don't forget to implement these when I have some time:

Done!
0.2.96 released with bookmarks enabled.
You can bookmark threads or posts, the button is next to the "Quote in BT++ chat" button.
And again, the bookmarks are at the bottom of the pages. If you don't find it practical (and I know you won't), please tell me where I should put them.
Why not make a page like the "Settings"-page with a nice little tab and display it there?
Yes I'll make a page like that

how about a feature that hides all "Moved" threads. I don't need to see this notification.
Great idea! It bothers me too

Hey JackJack,

Could you please add what I posted 8 pages ago, about the listing outbox PMs as well (click (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=264337.msg7173378#msg7173378))? That would make me very very happy, now I have to readd it every time there is an update. ;D

Doing that soon :)

How about a feature that will hide all posts made from posters with less than XXX posts?

This would save me a -ton- of time.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Mitchell on December 28, 2014, 07:04:27 PM
Nice to see that you are back JackJack. You have been missed.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Mitchell on January 15, 2015, 08:02:55 AM
The script cannot load or save my settings because of my username. Anything you can do to fix that?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: jackjack on January 19, 2015, 11:03:10 AM
Try changing line 624
From
Quote
'pos=0&pseudo='+pseudo+'&pass='+GM_getValue('password_'+pseudo,'BTPPJJNOTSET')+'&uid='+myUID+'&data='+encodeURIComponent(JSON.stringify(s))
To
Quote
'pos=0&urienc=1&pseudo='+encodeURIComponent(pseudo)+'&pass='+GM_getValue('password_'+pseudo,'BTPPJJNOTSET')+'&uid='+myUID+'&data='+encodeURIComponent(JSON.stringify(s))


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Mitchell on January 19, 2015, 11:06:33 AM
The code now looks like this:
Code:
function saveSettingsServer(){
   var s={};
   for(pn in params){if(pn==0){continue;}p=params[pn];
       s[p]=GMGV(params,pdefaults,p);
   }
   getPageWithData(server+"/savesettings.php", function(r){
           changeinnerHTML('savesettingserror',r.responseText);
           setTimeout(function(){changeinnerHTML('savesettingserror','');},3000);
       }, 0,
       'pos=0&urienc=1&pseudo='+encodeURIComponent(pseudo)+'&pass='+GM_getValue('password_'+pseudo,'BTPPJJNOTSET')+'&uid='+myUID+'&data='+encodeURIComponent(JSON.stringify(s))
   ,'POST');
}

But I still get an error message that I use a bad password.




EDIT: The password doesn't show if I press "Show". It gives me a different message:
http://puu.sh/eJgWN/90dc22b4a3.png

I'm guessing that this is why I cannot save or load settings, because it was never saved. Not sure though. Yes, I have pressed change, multiple times. :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: jackjack on January 19, 2015, 11:12:35 AM
Hmm yeah that should be why...
I'll figure something out and make an update within 2 days and keep you updated*

Edit
In the meantime try changing
Quote
'pos=0&urienc=1&pseudo='+encodeURIComponent(pseudo)+'&pass='+GM_getValue('password_'+pseudo,'BTPPJJNOTSET')+'&uid='+myUID+'&data='+encodeURIComponent(JSON.stringify(s))
to
Quote
'pos=0&urienc=1&pseudo='+encodeURIComponent(pseudo)+'&pass='+encodeURIComponent('YOUR_PASS')+'&uid='+myUID+'&data='+encodeURIComponent(JSON.stringify(s))


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Mitchell on January 19, 2015, 11:29:17 AM
Hmm yeah that should be why...
I'll figure something out and make an update within 2 days and keep you updated
Alright, thanks mate! I will be patiently waiting for your solution. ;D

Edit
In the meantime try changing
Quote
'pos=0&urienc=1&pseudo='+encodeURIComponent(pseudo)+'&pass='+GM_getValue('password_'+pseudo,'BTPPJJNOTSET')+'&uid='+myUID+'&data='+encodeURIComponent(JSON.stringify(s))
to
Quote
'pos=0&urienc=1&pseudo='+encodeURIComponent(pseudo)+'&pass='+encodeURIComponent('YOUR_PASS')+'&uid='+myUID+'&data='+encodeURIComponent(JSON.stringify(s))
That worked, but what can I use to load my settings? :P


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: jackjack on January 19, 2015, 01:37:52 PM
Line 645
Quote
      'pos=0&pseudo='+pseudo+'&pass='+GM_getValue('password_'+pseudo,'')+'&uid='+myUID
to
Quote
      'pos=0&urienc=1&pseudo='+pseudo+'&pass='+encodeURIComponent('YOUR_PASS')+'&uid='+myUID

That should work :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: HeroC on January 29, 2015, 10:06:31 PM
Feature request: a setting to remove the ;wap2 from the end of google result pages. Sometimes it appears in the end of the url, see here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=936957.0


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: CrackedLogic on February 03, 2015, 05:13:02 AM
Feature request: a setting to remove the ;wap2 from the end of google result pages. Sometimes it appears in the end of the url, see here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=936957.0

Yes please, this causes frustration with me.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: jackjack on February 03, 2015, 04:32:00 PM
I'll do that before this week-end hopefully


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: CrackedLogic on February 05, 2015, 07:31:29 PM
I'll do that before this week-end hopefully

Awesome. Thanks I (we) appreciate it.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: jackjack on February 26, 2015, 10:27:41 AM
A bit late but it's done


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on February 26, 2015, 02:25:18 PM
A bit late but it's done

Thanks, jackjack! I think you are really busy with your personal things. Good luck!

   -MZ


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: HeroC on February 26, 2015, 10:26:00 PM
A bit late but it's done

Thanks JackJack! Better late then never!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: jackjack on March 29, 2015, 07:21:14 PM
A bit late but it's done

Thanks, jackjack! I think you are really busy with your personal things. Good luck!

   -MZ
A bit late but it's done

Thanks JackJack! Better late then never!
Indeed I'm really busy but I try to stay as close as possible to the forum so keep asking me for features or problems even if you don't see me a lot
Hopefully I'll soon have more free time


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on April 05, 2015, 06:30:53 PM
If you have free time, could you please add this? If possible, Grue's signature filter script too?(Maybe after asking Grue) Thank you!

[...] and the only way to avoid seeing it would be to ignore that user or ignore all avatars which would probably be overkil.
Not really. With adblockplus (and probably other ad blockers), you can create a custom filter for that specific user's avatar image.

Can you help us to "program" a custom filter for hide some avatars. Because as erikalui said, there are some users that have put really indecent avatars, but I don't want to disable the view of all the other avatars.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: CrackedLogic on April 25, 2015, 01:51:41 PM
Would it be possible to take users from your ignore list and make them disappear from the forum completely? A feature such that instead of seeing our ignored users posts as greyed out or having it say "This user is ignored...", can we have that removed as well?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: unamis76 on April 25, 2015, 06:20:43 PM
Is it possible to request a password without having to change one's signature? I would like to try this extension, but I can't change my signature.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Muhammed Zakir on April 26, 2015, 11:30:13 AM
Is it possible to request a password without having to change one's signature? I would like to try this extension, but I can't change my signature.

PM jackjack.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: josef2000 on April 26, 2015, 02:37:19 PM
I love the tool. My favourite feature is the automatic picture uploading. That was the most disturbing thing for me when I had to upload an image on the forum.
This is saving me a lot of my life-time


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Mitchell on June 24, 2015, 01:33:55 PM
Jackjack, could you please fix the issue I have with strange characters? I can't rate people, which is a little bit annoying.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Mitchell on September 14, 2015, 07:46:18 PM
The btpp.jampa.eu host seems to be down.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: siameze on September 14, 2015, 07:51:01 PM
The btpp.jampa.eu host seems to be down.

I noticed earlier that a lot of the features didn't seem to be working today. Was going to look into it but this may explain it.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Zeroxal on September 15, 2015, 01:46:57 PM
Is there any chance to get it on IOS, is there a browser which I can install this script on?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: QuestionAuthority on September 15, 2015, 08:37:14 PM
Is there any chance to get it on IOS, is there a browser which I can install this script on?

JackJack hasn't been here in about six months.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: mexxer-2 on December 02, 2015, 06:25:53 PM
Just got to know about this script, awesome work. Bump


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: siameze on December 02, 2015, 08:02:18 PM
Just got to know about this script, awesome work. Bump


I can't bitcointalk without this, and it's rather fun to tweak. Who needs new forum software.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Monnt on December 02, 2015, 08:35:27 PM
Great script! A much needed update.

I'd that's a way you guys can make a program for bitcointalk that tells me when my specific post has been quoted, so I can respond, instead of telling me every signoff damn thread that other people have just posted in?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: siameze on December 02, 2015, 09:16:01 PM
Great script! A much needed update.

I'd that's a way you guys can make a program for bitcointalk that tells me when my specific post has been quoted, so I can respond, instead of telling me every signoff damn thread that other people have just posted in?

Scrapy is your friend: http://scrapy.org/   I use this for a bitcointalk bot that notifies me of interesting posts in my chat client. (Using weechat)  :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: jackjack on May 02, 2016, 09:04:01 AM
Hello people
joesmoe2012 recently contacted me and this reminds me I had a project lying over here. I thought it would die because the new forum software was coming but it looks like it's not there yet.
I don't know if there are still people using BT++ but I have some spare time that I can use to fix/improve it if some users are interested
(Oh, and I know javascript/html/dom now, that might help)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Mitchell on May 02, 2016, 09:15:22 AM
Hello people
joesmoe2012 recently contacted me and this reminds me I had a project lying over here. I thought it would die because the new forum software was coming but it looks like it's not there yet.
I don't know if there are still people using BT++ but I have some spare time that I can use to fix/improve it if some users are interested
(Oh, and I know javascript/html/dom now, that might help)

I use it heavily and still would like a good fix for my username. ;D


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: jackjack on May 02, 2016, 12:06:38 PM
Hello people
joesmoe2012 recently contacted me and this reminds me I had a project lying over here. I thought it would die because the new forum software was coming but it looks like it's not there yet.
I don't know if there are still people using BT++ but I have some spare time that I can use to fix/improve it if some users are interested
(Oh, and I know javascript/html/dom now, that might help)

I use it heavily and still would like a good fix for my username. ;D
joesmoe2012 needs to change the VPS that (freely) hosts BT++, so the priority is copying the files and being sure nothing is broken
Then I'll fix things  :)


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Mitchell on May 02, 2016, 12:08:09 PM
Sounds good!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: jacktheking on May 02, 2016, 12:12:54 PM
Hello people
joesmoe2012 recently contacted me and this reminds me I had a project lying over here. I thought it would die because the new forum software was coming but it looks like it's not there yet.
I don't know if there are still people using BT++ but I have some spare time that I can use to fix/improve it if some users are interested
(Oh, and I know javascript/html/dom now, that might help)


I am interested. This is actually my first time seeing this thread after being here for so long. I will definitely use it. The new forums software is still in public testing phrase and we do not know when will it fully replace SMF. Keep this project going. :).


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: QuestionAuthority on May 04, 2016, 02:04:50 AM
Hello people
joesmoe2012 recently contacted me and this reminds me I had a project lying over here. I thought it would die because the new forum software was coming but it looks like it's not there yet.
I don't know if there are still people using BT++ but I have some spare time that I can use to fix/improve it if some users are interested
(Oh, and I know javascript/html/dom now, that might help)

I use it heavily and still would like a good fix for my username. ;D
joesmoe2012 needs to change the VPS that (freely) hosts BT++, so the priority is copying the files and being sure nothing is broken
Then I'll fix things  :)


I thought you died. Where the hell have you been? I stopped using it because I thought it had stopped being supported.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: jackjack on May 04, 2016, 09:42:31 AM
Hello people
joesmoe2012 recently contacted me and this reminds me I had a project lying over here. I thought it would die because the new forum software was coming but it looks like it's not there yet.
I don't know if there are still people using BT++ but I have some spare time that I can use to fix/improve it if some users are interested
(Oh, and I know javascript/html/dom now, that might help)


I am interested. This is actually my first time seeing this thread after being here for so long. I will definitely use it. The new forums software is still in public testing phrase and we do not know when will it fully replace SMF. Keep this project going. :).

Just download it and run it
The info in OP should be enough, if not post your problem


Hello people
joesmoe2012 recently contacted me and this reminds me I had a project lying over here. I thought it would die because the new forum software was coming but it looks like it's not there yet.
I don't know if there are still people using BT++ but I have some spare time that I can use to fix/improve it if some users are interested
(Oh, and I know javascript/html/dom now, that might help)

I use it heavily and still would like a good fix for my username. ;D
joesmoe2012 needs to change the VPS that (freely) hosts BT++, so the priority is copying the files and being sure nothing is broken
Then I'll fix things  :)


I thought you died. Where the hell have you been? I stopped using it because I thought it had stopped being supported.

Nope, still alive! Studies kept me from lurking here but I should be able to have more time now
So you can use it again, and as I mentioned just above in the mean time I practiced my web development abilities so I'll be able to make nicer things

--

For new users, the token for BT++ password recovery can now be either in signature or anywhere else in your profile (signature, location, website)
I saw somewhere that people with paid signatures couldn't ask their password because the token had to be in the signature


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: jackjack on May 08, 2016, 10:12:04 PM
I replied to joesmoe2012 regarding the vps but he doesn't respond.
If someone can contact him using something else than PMs in bitcointalk, please tell him I answered him.
I'd rather not work on anything before changing the vps.


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: NLNico on May 09, 2016, 06:06:29 AM
BTW, I made an "Ignore threads" user script 2 weeks ago. People could probably use both scripts at same time, but if you want to copy my script into BT++ that's fine too (although I was lazy and used jQuery, but should be easy to convert.) I noticed that you already had a "ignored threads" input val, but the UI is not as easy as my script, so might be better to merge that.

My topic is here (with screenshots): https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1451483.0 Source here: https://github.com/NLNicoo/itob/


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Mitchell on May 12, 2016, 11:58:22 AM
Could you fix this? The message is shown by Tampermonkey when using Bitcointalk++ on Chrome.


http://i.imgur.com/eEc6e7u.png


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: jackjack on May 17, 2016, 08:57:10 AM
BTW, I made an "Ignore threads" user script 2 weeks ago. People could probably use both scripts at same time, but if you want to copy my script into BT++ that's fine too (although I was lazy and used jQuery, but should be easy to convert.) I noticed that you already had a "ignored threads" input val, but the UI is not as easy as my script, so might be better to merge that.

My topic is here (with screenshots): https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1451483.0 Source here: https://github.com/NLNicoo/itob/
I really like your way of doing this
I also think people can use both at the same time but if you prefer sure we can merge them, it's really your call


Could you fix this? The message is shown by Tampermonkey when using Bitcointalk++ on Chrome.
I'll look at this and report any update here
EDIT: Shoud be OK with 0.2.98


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Mitchell on May 18, 2016, 08:57:46 AM
It was indeed fixed, but I shouldn't have updated. All my settings are gone and I can't import or change them because of the username bug. :-\


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: jackjack on May 30, 2016, 08:35:57 AM
It was indeed fixed, but I shouldn't have updated. All my settings are gone and I can't import or change them because of the username bug. :-\
Sorry for that
Next thing I'm fixing is the username bug


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Mitchell on May 30, 2016, 09:17:17 AM
Sorry for that
Next thing I'm fixing is the username bug
Thank you very much!


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Mitchell on June 17, 2016, 09:14:13 AM
Any updates yet JackJack?


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: jackjack on June 18, 2016, 06:50:42 AM
Nope, I didn't have the time to fix that yet but it's the first thing I'll do once I'm able to free up some time


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: willy_00 on June 19, 2016, 04:55:43 AM
Looks like I nice script,  I sent you a PM can I have my password please


Title: Re: BitcoinTalk++ script - v0.2.96
Post by: Mitchell on June 19, 2016, 08:22:38 AM
Looks like I nice script,  I sent you a PM can I have my password please
You can get your password from here: http://btpp.jampa.eu/getpassword.php