Any idea why "GreaseMonkey menu => Manage User Scripts => Right click GOG Search => Find Updates" does not work?
Had to go to the OP link and click "raw" again. Is that OK?
Better list somewhere what the current version (0.3) is.
Something doesn't seem to work right.
Searched "mrkgnao' in pages 1-10 of the general forum and got only one thread:
- The Potential GOG T-Shirt Giveaway (May 6)
Whereas there are definitely more threads of mine that have seen activity in the last 11 days (e.g. MaGog, public wishlists, price updates).
Recommend setting the "usernames" checkbox to be on by default.
I don't really know much about gist and GreaseMonkey, so I'm going to assume JMich is right. If it's inconvenient I can host it elsewhere, I only chose gist as I already had a github account.
I'll put the version number in the OP, just need to remember to update that too...
Do you mean have both checkboxes on by default or just the username one?
I'll have a look, I was getting similar errors in testing but I thought they were all ironed out.
Is it working for other usernames? What does the source look like? As far as I remember each thread should be a ".list_row_odd" inside a div called ".page1posts" which should be under ".list_row_h" or something like that.
In testing I screwed that up a few times which meant the posts weren't appended correctly, so I could have left a bug in...
Or if it's only returning one post it could be that I've not fixed the key setting part of the post grabbing function.
Actually, thinking about it, that might be it. Do the titles of your threads contain any punctuation marks? It might not accept those as a key... might need to rethink what I use as a key...
Edit: Scratch that, I just had a look down the front page and one of the threads you mentioned has no punctuation in the title (and I think it did manage to retrievea news post with a colon in it for me), so that's not it. I'll have to have a proper look when I actually get on my computer later, if I get a chance as I'm working today.