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January 26, 2018, 07:45:31 AM
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Are you bored, willing to help the BPIP project, and know how to code in windows?

I would like a user to right click on a link, and select a new menu item which would parse some items and construct a web url.   From the page HTML you would parse the profileid, amount of merit given and the url to post in question.

It should be an add on for Chrome.   This tool will initially be used to combat the anticipated Merit market.



Your information will be displayed as the add on creator. 

Obviously I can't give you merit for this simple project, but everyone else can Smiley - if you make an add on that people find useful!

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January 27, 2018, 10:36:08 PM
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I'm going to derail this thread (and give it a free bump) to say that I like the way you currently have integrated the coinhive script into BPIP.
It's definitely one of the better integrations and more people should utilize the software that way (if they have to utilize it at all).
So...way to go, Vod. And good luck finding someone to help you out with this (not me, sorry).


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March 19, 2018, 09:20:02 AM
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It's probably off topic but since did't find any other BPIP thread so I will use this one to ask a question and maybe bump it again if you are still looking for help.
Here is what I need:
When searching for part of the username is there a way to sort out the search results? By default they are sorted alphabetically based on user name. It would be nice if we can sort the results based on the other criteria like, Position, Registration Date, Last Active, Posts Activity, Trust, Merit, Last Parsed, etc.
Other solution is just to export the results as a file/table so I can sort it myself.

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