Replytracker in your profile

 
    • slosd said...
    • User
    • 10 Dec 2008, 20:53

    Replytracker in your profile

    I just finished a new script that adds a replytracker for the posts you recently wrote in group forums. It reloads automatically after a custom amount of time and displays as much replys as you want.

    Get it from http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/38418 or http://blog.freedig.org/2008/12/10/an-updating-replytracker-for-lastfm/

  • Very, very cool!

    I have just one request, if possible, and that's to show visited links as gray or whatever, so you know whether or not it's really new. Other than that, it's about perfect.

    Thanks!

    • slosd said...
    • User
    • 15 Dec 2008, 11:22
    _Tarkus_ said:
    Very, very cool!

    I have just one request, if possible, and that's to show visited links as gray or whatever, so you know whether or not it's really new. Other than that, it's about perfect.

    Thanks!

    Visited links look different from new replys now and I added an option to not display them at all.

  • Thanks for the update, but neither the yes nor the no option works for me. That is, they neither disappear nor show as being visited. And I'm opening the links from the script (into a new tab). They show up as visited in the regular Reply Tracker.

    While I have your ear, any chance on making the title a link to your regular Reply Tracker (not to pick nits, but note that it's two words)?

    Thanks!

    • slosd said...
    • User
    • 17 Dec 2008, 19:02
    _Tarkus_ said:
    Thanks for the update, but neither the yes nor the no option works for me. That is, they neither disappear nor show as being visited. And I'm opening the links from the script (into a new tab).
    If you open the link with right-click and "Open in new tab" it doesn't work. Left click or middle click (opens the link in a new tab as well) work.

    _Tarkus_ said:
    While I have your ear, any chance on making the title a link to your regular Reply Tracker (not to pick nits, but note that it's two words)?
    No problem.

    • marshee said...
    • User
    • 20 Dec 2008, 15:34
    Added to overview... thanks

  • Great script, the only thing I am missing is to mark threads as spam, you know, all these "what are you listening to" etc threads. Would be awesome!

    • Alan71 said...
    • User
    • 14 Jan 2009, 17:02
    Tiny things that could be fixed:

    * There's a way to tell if a user is on his own profile without configuring anything, looking at an "a" node with "idBadgerUser" id (the dropdown menu on the top right corner when you're logged in).

    * Adding those lines could be a good idea if you don't want your script to be loaded on every single page related to the profile (library, neighbours, etc...)
    // @exclude http://www.last.fm/user/*/*
    // @exclude http://www.lastfm.*/user/*/*

    * You might want to take a look at this post.

    Nicely dev'd though :)

    • slosd said...
    • User
    • 16 Jan 2009, 16:26
    thechair said:
    Great script, the only thing I am missing is to mark threads as spam, you know, all these "what are you listening to" etc threads. Would be awesome!

    Nice idea. This feature is in the new version.

    Alan71 said:
    * There's a way to tell if a user is on his own profile without configuring anything, looking at an "a" node with "idBadgerUser" id (the dropdown menu on the top right corner when you're logged in).

    Thank you, that probably bothered me the most about my script.

    Alan71 said:
    * Adding those lines could be a good idea if you don't want your script to be loaded on every single page related to the profile (library, neighbours, etc...)
    // @exclude http://www.last.fm/user/*/*
    // @exclude http://www.lastfm.*/user/*/*

    Make sense :)

    • Level81 said...
    • User
    • 17 Jan 2009, 15:36
    is it possible to add the name of the author of the new post? for example next to the date. i would be very thankfull :) greetz

    • slosd said...
    • User
    • 18 Jan 2009, 12:57
    Level81 said:
    is it possible to add the name of the author of the new post? for example next to the date. i would be very thankfull :) greetz

    done.

    • Level81 said...
    • User
    • 18 Jan 2009, 13:42
    great. thank you very much. where do i get the newest version of the script?

  • On the front page of this group.

    • Level81 said...
    • User
    • 18 Jan 2009, 19:49
    and thanks again :)

  • The new version is really useful! Thanks

    • slosd said...
    • User
    • 19 Jan 2009, 18:59
    Level81 said:
    great. thank you very much. where do i get the newest version of the script?

    You always get the latest version if you follow the links in my first post.

    • slosd said...
    • User
    • 22 Jan 2009, 11:42
    Important: Please update the script. In the old version threads that were shown as "read" didn't change to "unread" when there was a new post.

    • pimmka said...
    • User
    • 31 Jan 2009, 10:51
    Thank you for updating :)


    last impression
  • It seems that it's not picking up the name (and thus give a link) to journals, so they just sit there in limbo, since you have nothing to click on (unless you want to mark it as spam).


    • slosd said...
    • User
    • 11 Feb 2009, 13:41
    _Tarkus_ said:
    It seems that it's not picking up the name (and thus give a link) to journals, so they just sit there in limbo, since you have nothing to click on (unless you want to mark it as spam).


    That's a last.fm problem in the reply tracker RSS feed (http://ws.audioscrobbler.com/1.0/user/_Tarkus_/replytracker.rss).
    For comments on your journal it says New comment on your journal about '' and it links to the last thread in the feed. As long as the last.fm developers don't fix this I can't do anything at all.

    Edited by slosd on 11 Feb 2009, 19:26
  • Thanks for your detailed response. Turns out reloading my profile got rid of it anyway.

    With the spam filters and the ability to hide read threads, I now just keep my profile open in a tab, and no longer use the real Reply Tracker. This is one awesome script!

  • Bug! All the links in the reply tracker leads to the chineese last.fm.

  • thechair said:
    Bug! All the links in the reply tracker leads to the chineese last.fm.

    I've yet to see that problem here.

    • slosd said...
    • User
    • 17 Feb 2009, 20:48
    thechair said:
    Bug! All the links in the reply tracker leads to the chineese last.fm.

    I get all information about a post from here:
    http://ws.audioscrobbler.com/1.0/user/thechair/replytracker.rss
    This includes title, link and time. If any of these values are wrong it's probably an error only the last.fm developers can fix.

  • updated and working, Thx again

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