This sounds really useful. May have to download.
Bah, Firefox. Last thing I want to deal with is another highly flammable animal. Philomena is bad enough.
Awesome, this should help a lot. Now if only greasemonkey worked on my phone.
Cool, more scripts for me to run.
Chrome has native Greasemonkey support, no need to get greasemonkey.
Interesting...I'll give it a go for a few days, see how it works out.
Question. Why does this script need to access graemepollard?
@LunaHar har. :PHmm, this is cool. Though I'm fine with it as-is, minus the ability to edit my posts. But still, this is good.
Because the page shows whether your script is outdated or not. It does it on EqD too, admittedly, so it's a bit redundant now.
@Scorch_MechanicSorry, that last post was aimed at this.
Hmmm, that was easy to set up!Did anyone notice that it makes the buttons at the top "bounce" when you mouseover them? Nice touch!
Guys, did the buttons under the banner start moving when you mouse over them after this script, or have they always done that? o_0
@Flygon16Yeah I did that :PAlso, in case anyone's worried about the whole "runs on graemepollard.com" it's not some security issue or anything. Just in case anyone was thinking that...
@knightyAh, very nice.
Seth, please mention that Chrome users just need to download it like any other extension. Chrome has native Greasemonkey support.
The Post time stamp has changed correctly but the comments have not...Other wise Bravo!
Well this is cool. I like it.
So, if I click the "expand comments" button and then click the link that says "loaded comments" that replaces it, it loads the comments twice.
@Neon NobleOh yeah that needs fixing. If you're looking to hide the comments, just scroll down below them and there's a [hide] button down there.
In fact, it loads as many times as I click that link. You should fix that. :P
@knightyAh, alright, cool.
Google Chrome has built in support for User scripts so just download the script in Chrome and it will install.
Uh, the popout bubble from the first comment reply won't go away...
@Kimba the White LionMy script is failing horribly. It's only showing the first popup bubble I scroll over and then it won't go away.
@Kimba the White LionIs it the same if you refresh? Also, are you using FF or Chrome? And which version of FF if it's that.
... Chrome has built in Greasemonkey? Oh how I wish I knew of this earlier.Anyways, I downloaded it. Working great so far! :D
Great, the timestamps not being in my timezone always bugged me.
Also working in Opera. The only flaw I can see here is that the bottom edge of the quote bubble doesn't move with the rest of the bubble as you move your mouse.
@knightyUsing Firefox the new one. It goes away if I refresh, but only when I refresh. I frankly I don't feel like refreshing the comments everytime I accidentally mouse over a [reply]. Lemme get a screen shot.http://i.imgur.com/2TsXD.png. http://i.imgur.com/JahLR.png
SAFARI USERS! You can use NinjaKit to install Greasemonkey scripts. I'm using it right now. Download the extension and just copy and paste the script and hit save. http://www.reddit.com/r/apple/comments/dd2sk/ninjakit_greasemonkey_for_safari/
Oh, and I see no bugs using it on Safari
@Kimba the White LionThat's positively bizarre. It's basically identical code to I use on fimfiction.com and noone has ever reported a bug like that. I'll see what I can do but no promises as I don't even think I'll be able to replicate it.
I love the mouse-over on replies.
@knightySent you an email, I just gave a suggestion to include on your script's page directions for Safari users.
I already have Greasemonkey downloaded for a couple DOUBLES GET scripts, summerfags think I am a wizard
Ooh, Interesting bug I found. After hitting Expand, the comments loads as expected. But when I click on Loaded (where Expand was) All the little [Reply] tags next to the person name doubles! Click again, it doubles again! It seems the script doesn't know that the comments were already expanded. Someone running on Chrome or Firefox try to replicate it, just to see if its on all browsers or its just Safari.
@Tsitra360This is a test."this is a test"http://www.equestriadaily.com/2011/08/equestria-daily-greasemonkey-script.html
Great features, I like this.@Tsitra360The same happens for me on Chrome.I also got a weird bug that I can't seem to reproduce anymore when expanding a post with youtube embeds. The first time it showed the wrong videos, which were from another PMV post. After I refreshed, I got three comment boxes instead of the videos.
Haha, this is awesome, especially the comment tooltip thing!
I can actually follow the conversation threads now. Awesome.
Hey I just tryed it out and would be interested if you could change the time on comments aswell as you did it for the news with the script?I really like it so far.
I just installed it and I'm using it as we speak. Very nifty handout, it saves a lot of time!
Equestria Daily is now 20% cooler.
I really appreciate this, posts are a lot easier to follow when they display the accurate date & time for my timezone. The comment quote features are cool too.Thanks Knighty :)
@WolfJoeI agree, it would be great if the script could correct the time of comments as well
There's a little [Reply] button to see all replies to a comment. Wouldn't it make more sense if it was the other way around? I dunno, maybe I'm just too used to that way.
I just want something to speed this up ;A;