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February 09, 2012, 12:50:47 AM

I'd like to be able to annotate/tag users with small notes (to be displayed along with their posts) to help me keep track of posters on bitcointalk.  I don't think the board software as-is can do so.  Does anyone know of any browser addons/Greasemonkey scripts/anything else which could possibly help here?

I apologize for posting this in the wrong forum, I can't seem to post in the Meta subforum.
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February 09, 2012, 01:32:12 AM

Probably the easiest text in the html to replace in the page per-user is:

title="View the profile of ldrgn"

In forum threads, that is the description for the user name link - when you hover over the poster's user name, it shows that text. The greasemonkey script you can make for each user to replace this with your own text:

document.body.innerHTML= document.body.innerHTML.replace(/title=\"View the profile of ldrgn\"/g,"title=\"ldrgn is a cool dood for a noob\"");
document.body.innerHTML= document.body.innerHTML.replace(/title=\"View the profile of deepceleron\"/g,"title=\"deepceleron helped me with Greasemonkey\"");

Now when you hover over our user names, it shows this description instead.
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