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August 05, 2013, 07:37:06 AM
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A nice edit to the code would be to add a newline between the PM link and the logged in time.
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August 05, 2013, 09:34:30 AM
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It looks great, but I dont see the point of having it.

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

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August 05, 2013, 09:36:53 AM
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I have 3160 PMs Cheesy
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August 05, 2013, 12:40:46 PM
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Your script seems to be directly adding HTML from unsecure HTTP:

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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)

Cheesy 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 Tongue
I always clean my inbox, so that will never happen Tongue
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...

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August 05, 2013, 12:47:02 PM
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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.


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August 05, 2013, 01:02:53 PM
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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 Angry

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August 05, 2013, 01:08:28 PM
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It looks great, but I dont see the point of having it.
If you have over 1000 pm's you will might need it Tongue
I always clean my inbox, so that will never happen Tongue
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.

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August 05, 2013, 01:11:46 PM
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Oh, btw. I don't think this should happen:


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August 05, 2013, 01:19:19 PM
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It looks great, but I dont see the point of having it.
If you have over 1000 pm's you will might need it Tongue
I always clean my inbox, so that will never happen Tongue
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:


Name too long + screen too small Grin
You can go to the settings and enable a newline after the username

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August 05, 2013, 01:19:57 PM
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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

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August 05, 2013, 01:25:43 PM
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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.

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August 05, 2013, 01:30:55 PM
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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.

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August 05, 2013, 01:52:29 PM
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Very nice job,
thank you very much for that Smiley
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August 05, 2013, 02:23:46 PM
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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 Smiley
Thanks, tell me if anything goes bad

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August 05, 2013, 02:27:31 PM
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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.

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August 05, 2013, 03:01:57 PM
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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.

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August 05, 2013, 03:06:57 PM
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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.
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August 05, 2013, 03:09:30 PM
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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.

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August 05, 2013, 04:36:12 PM
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This feature will save people some serious money now =D


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August 05, 2013, 08:38:24 PM
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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. Smiley

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