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Export: Did this used to make GOG display prices in your local currency? It doesn't at the moment, but I'm sure there was some kind of useful extension that used to do that. Anyone know if there is such a thing?
I had a script to do that (only on game pages, not in the catalogue), but didn't update so it stopped working after a site update.
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Export: Did this used to make GOG display prices in your local currency? It doesn't at the moment, but I'm sure there was some kind of useful extension that used to do that. Anyone know if there is such a thing?
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Barefoot_Monkey: It never did. I might add that function in the future, but not in the next update, which will focus on improvements to replying to forum posts.
This (broken) userscript of any use to you, regarding localised prices?
Post edited April 20, 2013 by Maighstir
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Maighstir: This (broken) userscript of any use to you, regarding localised prices?
Huge help. Thanks, Maighstir. That finance.yahoo.com service works like a charm. It's late right now, but with this maybe I can add a currency feature this weekend.
Not a big deal, but the icon for Overlord is bigger than for the others. Not sure if the problem is at GOG's side or with GOGWIki.
http://www.gogwiki.com/wiki/User:Tarangwydion

EDIT: It's probably GOG's fault :-)
Post edited April 22, 2013 by tarangwydion
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tarangwydion: Not a big deal, but the icon for Overlord is bigger than for the others. Not sure if the problem is at GOG's side or with GOGWIki.
http://www.gogwiki.com/wiki/User:Tarangwydion

EDIT: It's probably GOG's fault :-)
AFAIK, that happens with all new releases.
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tarangwydion: Not a big deal, but the icon for Overlord is bigger than for the others. Not sure if the problem is at GOG's side or with GOGWIki.
Same (98x98 icon) for Another World: 20th Anniversary Edition, Don't Starve, Eador. Masters of the Broken World, FEZ, Overlord + Raising Hell, ...

GOG scales all icons in the [wish]list to the old size (49x49).
There we go. I just gave the images on the wiki an explicit size, so larger source images should no longer cause a problem. The wiki software caches pages so if someone recently visited your wiki page you'll either need to purge the page from the wiki cache (visit your wiki page, with ?action=purge added to the URL) or do a sync with Barefoot Essentials (which automatically does a purge in the background).
Thanks for the fast feature update.
I see. I don't have all those games and only happen to have Overlord in my wishlist. Thanks for the info guys.

EDIT: Didn't realize that Barefoot_Monkey updated/changed something. I did a sync and now the icons scale nicely. Thanks again Monkey!
Post edited April 23, 2013 by tarangwydion
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Barefoot_Monkey: There we go. I just gave the images on the wiki an explicit size, so larger source images should no longer cause a problem. The wiki software caches pages so if someone recently visited your wiki page you'll either need to purge the page from the wiki cache (visit your wiki page, with ?action=purge added to the URL) or do a sync with Barefoot Essentials (which automatically does a purge in the background).
Nice, that was fast! :)
Is it possible to make quick post shortcuts available for standard posting as well? I got used to them and miss them there.
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Vitek: Is it possible to make quick post shortcuts available for standard posting as well? I got used to them and miss them there.
Yes. As it happens, that's one of the things I'm working on for the next update. It's that, custom currencies on gamecards, and some improvements to quick replies :) Hopefully it won't be long before that's all ready.
"Oops - it looks like some kind of server error happened. Your data was sent but we cannot tell whether GOGWiki stored it correctly."

Seems like it didn't sync completely, I have 350 games, but Gogwiki counts 343. Does this have anything to do with having had my GOG username changed since my last sync?
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Maighstir: "Oops - it looks like some kind of server error happened. Your data was sent but we cannot tell whether GOGWiki stored it correctly."

Seems like it didn't sync completely, I have 350 games, but Gogwiki counts 343. Does this have anything to do with having had my GOG username changed since my last sync?
Maybe, but I wouldn't think so, although two GOG usernames pointing to one Wiki user is a case I hadn't considered. I'll unlink the Miaghstir GOG name from the wiki - maybe it will work if you try again now. Was 343 the number of games you had the last time you synced?
Post edited April 30, 2013 by Barefoot_Monkey
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Barefoot_Monkey: Was 343 the number of games you had the last time you synced?
It was.

EDIT: now it says that it synced, but the page didn't update :-/ ?
Post edited April 30, 2013 by Maighstir
Hmm... sounds like whatever's going wrong for you is happening on the server side. I'll have to dive in and see what could be causing that. In the meantime, could you cut&paste the entire output you get from the sync window, like this:
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Collecting information to send to your profile on the wiki. Please wait…

Reading account information… Done
Reading games from wishlist… Done
Reading games from shelf… Done
Reading games from list… Done
Sending information to www.gogwiki.com… Done
Refreshing your user page… Done

Your profile has been updated.

If you haven't done so already, consider adding your shelf, game list and/or wishlist to your user page so that others can see them. (more information)