Notices tagged with rdnrefresh, page 3

  1. @windoze Oops, that should've been !rdnrefresh.

    Friday, 01-Jun-12 10:55:16 UTC from web in context
  2. @windoze !mintrefresh and !rdnrefresh will both do what you want, if you're on a desktop. On mobile... no idea.

    Friday, 01-Jun-12 10:53:36 UTC from web in context
  3. @gearbox if you'd like a nice autorefresher for RDN you might try either the !mintrefresh or !rdnrefresh script in Greasemonkey (for Firefox) / Tampermonkey (for Chrome)

    Tuesday, 29-May-12 14:06:44 UTC from web in context
  4. @nerthos When I was originally writing the script the fear was overloading the server with too many requests. As long as the refresh interval isn't too quick though it's not doing much. ~ I haven't touched # in months. As a result I have no idea what the current status of it is. :/

    Monday, 28-May-12 03:23:38 UTC from web in context
  5. @widget - Looks like # is breaking every so often. I'm getting an error with the function toLowerCase - which looking at the current version seems to be caused by a lack of a username prior to the conversion? The username is defaulting to administrator only sometimes though even though it's wrapped in a try. I'm guessing it's just the cookie call failing from time to time (and it seems to be only on profiles and groups). ~ Just a thought. It's also breaking on the mainpage (only the mainpage apparently) on a toLowerCase as well; which seems to be either in hideSpoilers or hideUsers because the error references a '.each' as the container.

    Monday, 28-May-12 03:12:20 UTC from web in context
  6. @thatonepony That might get me to switch back to !rdnrefresh… I really like !mintrefresh though…

    Sunday, 27-May-12 22:42:33 UTC from web in context
  7. @equestrianbrony You also get buttons for decoding/encoding rot13 as part of the two commonly used auto-refresh scripts available for this site: !mintrefresh and !rdnrefresh (to get one, click one of those two links, and follow the link in the group's descriptions; you'll need to install Greasemonkey or Scriptish first if using Firefox, or install Tampermonkey first if using Chrome). !mintrefresh has generally fewer features, but seems to refresh a little faster, at least on my system. !rdnrefresh has a lot more features, and quite a bit of customizability. Both have their good points, so I'd say try both (remember to remove one before installing the other, though) and see which you like. I'd definitely suggest that you get one of them, though, since auto-refreshing makes it much easier to keep up with the speed of conversation on this site. (Aside: this notice might well be the closest I've come to hitting the notice length limit here.)

    Saturday, 26-May-12 03:49:34 UTC from web in context
  8. okay, !rdnrefresh doesn't seem to be working right for me now :/

    Sunday, 20-May-12 22:23:05 UTC from web
  9. @valiantratchet Sounds like a personal problem, so let'see are you going with !rdnrefresh or !mintrefresh?

    Sunday, 20-May-12 20:24:29 UTC from web in context
  10. @ponyguru Welcome to RDN newpony! There's not much, just dash(post in rdn language) stuff, use the little green arrow at the bottom of each message to reply, heart to favourite, recycle to repeat, and join groups and place an exclamation mark in front of them of them like this !example to dash stuff related to a group. You can also use !rdnrefresh or !mintrefresh to keep yourself up to date with what's going on on the public timeline without having to manually refresh. Have fun and don't feel shy about asking for more help if you need it, we're all more than willing!

    Sunday, 20-May-12 19:50:29 UTC from web in context
  11. !rdnrefresh ?

    Sunday, 20-May-12 00:34:11 UTC from web
  12. @greydragon412 @djvinylpon3 Or !mintrefresh. I prefer it, _but_ it's somewhat more buggy right now, so I'd say !rdnrefresh is your better option, at least for now.

    Sunday, 20-May-12 00:33:15 UTC from web in context
  13. @awesomeman1000 get !RDNrefresh or !mintrefresh. then press the little key button.

    Saturday, 19-May-12 15:41:35 UTC from web in context
  14. @jownash Install this: !RDNrefresh ;)

    Saturday, 19-May-12 14:27:02 UTC from web in context
  15. does RDN refresh itself without !RDNrefresh?

    Friday, 18-May-12 21:47:21 UTC from web in context
  16. @minti :3 also, I *lies* programmed !RDNrefresh :3

    Thursday, 17-May-12 16:56:10 UTC from web in context
  17. @minti It was fixed in !rdnrefresh, couldn't you examine what that code is doing and apply something similar?

    Tuesday, 15-May-12 04:38:47 UTC from web in context
  18. @drewdle If you go to the group there should be a new link to the script that's not on userscripts. !RDNRefresh

    Sunday, 13-May-12 18:17:56 UTC from web in context
  19. @evilaura !rdnrefresh

    Sunday, 13-May-12 01:16:13 UTC from web
  20. @hakupony !RDNrefresh :)

    Saturday, 12-May-12 20:53:47 UTC from MuSTArDroid in context
  21. Hm, !rdnrefresh seems to have entered a state where it only works intermittently. Each time it stops working I can click pause and then play to fix it, but it's random how long after that it will keep working for.

    Friday, 11-May-12 03:05:47 UTC from web
  22. @lyrica Either !RDNrefresh or !MintRefresh will do it.

    Thursday, 10-May-12 01:33:23 UTC from web in context
  23. @lyrica !RDNRefresh or !MintRefresh do that.

    Thursday, 10-May-12 01:33:20 UTC from web in context
  24. @awesomelostbrony I have !RDNrefresh friend

    Thursday, 10-May-12 00:35:44 UTC from web in context
  25. @awesomelostbrony !rdnrefresh friend ^_^

    Wednesday, 09-May-12 00:42:57 UTC from web in context
  26. I would join !rdnrefresh, but herp a derp RDN won't let me. and why do my mentions appear as normal color text? (Normal text being blue)

    Sunday, 06-May-12 03:41:40 UTC from web in context
  27. @hugmaster Join the !rdnrefresh group, then it's always one click away in your sidebar.

    Sunday, 06-May-12 03:36:36 UTC from web in context
  28. Why aren't my mentions showing up red? !rdnrefresh

    Thursday, 03-May-12 21:54:54 UTC from web in context
  29. !rdnrefresh 2.3.2 is highlighting the administrator name instead of my name.

    Wednesday, 02-May-12 07:31:38 UTC from web in context
  30. @themailmare Ah! Well !rdnrefresh lets you set the logo, among other things.

    Tuesday, 01-May-12 19:10:56 UTC from web in context

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