I don't want to read any of that other stuff. Can I just have an install button?SHINY INSTALL BUTTON!Ooh, shiny....But what does it do?
Shiny indeed. This is a script that adds a collection of features for finding better art, and suggesting it to be featured across the site (plus some bonus features thrown in for fun)
I'll let you figure out exactly what it does, but it's all pretty awesome.
One thing I will mention is the "suggest DD" button on each image.
What it does is bring up a box for you to enter the text you want sent with the image, and creates a handy dropdown list of the appropriate GM's, making it super easy to suggest a DD Ok, so does it need anything else to be installed?
You'll need greasemonkey for firefox, or tampermonkey for chrome Awesome, where to I get it?
Just click here
and then click the shiny green INSTALL button. That code is pretty cool. Can I use parts of it in userscripts I make?
Yes. This is released under a share-alike license. What that means is that if you use part of my script, I request that you release your work share-alike so other people can build on bits of your work. This helps foster a better userscript community on dA meaning better userscripts for everyone! Well, that all sounds pretty good to me!
Try phrasing that as a question. They have these crazy curly things that look like "?" on the end of them. You should try it some time Update (15/2/2011): Updated to add an update alert box. Anyone on a version prior to v1.0.2 will not get alerts of the script updates and so will not get bug fixes or new features. If you have already installed this script, please re-install it
Update (10/7/2011): It has been brought to my attention that this doesn't work in chrome. Unfortunately, upon investigation into the matter the bugs that appear in chrome are not fixable. This is due to how chrome does persistent storage compared to how firefox does it. I may release a cut down version for chrome at a later date, but it will not be nearly as good.
Update (20/7/2011): A new plugin has been released for google chrome called tampermonkey. Now, this is important because it properly implements the greasemonkey API's to make this script work. If you have any problems, let me know and I'll try and fix them, but the future is bright on the chrome front