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evoblade2000: This looks pretty cool. I do have a question though, can it hide games that you don't own on GOG? I would like to hide all of my Steam and Origin games so I don't accidentally buy duplicates. I'm not looking to automate this, I would just like to be able to mark a game so I never see it again.
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Barefoot_Monkey: It can't do that yet, but I'll keep that idea in mind for an upcoming version.
A related option that would be nice is instead of hiding, having the ability to mark as "owned" (i.e. greyed out).

For example, see the attached image, where I own two of the (1431) games, yet mysteriously not the third. I would love it if BE could allow me to permanently grey out the deluxe edition.
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Post edited March 06, 2016 by mrkgnao
Yay, I managed to do an update to Chrome Web Store at 4 minutes to midnight! It was a goal of mine to do this update before the end of today because I thought it would be nice to have something to show on my birthday :p

This updates the Chrome extension to version 2.4.2, matching the Greasemonkey version and giving Chrome users the ability to sync to the wiki once again.

I had plans for a new version for a while, but there were certain restrictions (reasonable ones, mind you) that kept me from getting the Chrome extension working properly during the windows of opportunity I had to work on BE. I honestly hadn't intended to let the Chrome extension lag by more than a few hours, and it ended up being a couple of weeks - my apologies. I almost have everything sorted out, at which point version 2.5 can be delivered for Greasemonkey and Chrome together.
Post edited March 10, 2016 by Barefoot_Monkey
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Barefoot_Monkey:
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!
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mrkgnao: HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!
Thanks, mrgnao :)

of course I waited until it was over until saying anything, so it's too late MWAHAHAHAHA ;)
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mrkgnao: HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!
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Barefoot_Monkey: Thanks, mrgnao :)

of course I waited until it was over until saying anything, so it's too late MWAHAHAHAHA ;)
Sorry to disappoint you, but it's very much still the 9th of March where I am...
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mrkgnao: Sorry to disappoint you, but it's very much still the 9th of March where I am...
Curses! Foiled again! ;)
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Barefoot_Monkey: [...] on my birthday :p

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Happy Belated Birthday, Barefoot_Moonkey, and many happy returns! Hope you had a good one!
I'm having a problem: When I try to manually delete the -s from https in a forum url to get an http page so that I can sync my account with gogwiki (because in Chrome the sync doesn't work under https pages) it just doesn't happen anymore and puts the https link again. I know this is caused by gog's https only initiative so I'd like someone to suggest a workaround to this problem, if that's possible. Thanks in advance.
Post edited March 15, 2016 by Treasure
^Bump regarding this problem of mine.
I'd prefer not having to use an entirely different browser -Firefox- just in order to sync to the gogwiki.
Thanks again for noticing.
Post edited March 16, 2016 by Treasure
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Treasure: I'm having a problem: When I try to manually delete the -s from https in a forum url to get an http page so that I can sync my account with gogwiki (because in Chrome the sync doesn't work under https pages)
Did you try syncing again with the https and are you sure you have the newest BE version? Because it sounded like the problem was fixed.

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Barefoot_Monkey: Yay, I managed to do an update to Chrome Web Store at 4 minutes to midnight! It was a goal of mine to do this update before the end of today because I thought it would be nice to have something to show on my birthday :p

This updates the Chrome extension to version 2.4.2, matching the Greasemonkey version and giving Chrome users the ability to sync to the wiki once again.
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moonshineshadow: Did you try syncing again with the https and are you sure you have the newest BE version? Because it sounded like the problem was fixed.
I think Treasure's referring to a different problem. Chrome likes to prevent cross-scheme requests, and gogwiki is an HTTP site, so with GOG going fully HTTPS we'll always be crossing the schemes (there's a ghostbusters joke to be made somewhere here).

This problem has been bugging me for a while, and has become quite critical with GOG going fully HTTPS, but I have a solution that looks promising. I expect to have a fix ready next weekend (or this weekend if we're lucky).
A thousand thank yous for this! I have no idea why I wasn't using BE and AF all this time. Perfection.
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moonshineshadow: Did you try syncing again with the https and are you sure you have the newest BE version? Because it sounded like the problem was fixed.
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Barefoot_Monkey: I think Treasure's referring to a different problem. Chrome likes to prevent cross-scheme requests, and gogwiki is an HTTP site, so with GOG going fully HTTPS we'll always be crossing the schemes (there's a ghostbusters joke to be made somewhere here).

This problem has been bugging me for a while, and has become quite critical with GOG going fully HTTPS, but I have a solution that looks promising. I expect to have a fix ready next weekend (or this weekend if we're lucky).
I'm not sure what your solution is, but I use letsencrypt to make my server HTTPS for the legacy urls and stuff.. it might be worth using to secure the wiki page..
I'm unable to sync my wishlist recently, it always gets stuck on the last step ("Sending to GOGWiki: Sending...") and doesn't proceed. I'm using the native Chrome Version 2.4.2
@Barefoot_Monkey

I've been following a mafia game yogsloth's playing on mafia universe. Seeing the features they've got, I just wanted to say thanks for the awesome work and service you're doing us here. Many thanks!