• Announcements

    • Robin

      Welcome!   03/05/2016

      Welcome, everyone, to the new 910CMX Community Forums. I'm still working on getting them running, so things may change.  If you're a 910 Comic creator and need your forum recreated, let me know and I'll get on it right away.  I'll do my best to make this new place as fun as the last one!


  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


Everything posted by HarJIT

  1. Story, Friday November 17, 2017

    Wasn't implying it would be, apologies if it came across that way.
  2. Story, Friday November 17, 2017

    Hmmmm… what happens if Sirleck touches the Diamond?
  3. Greasemonkey forum scripts

    @ProfessorTomoe The script itself is fine. Greasemonkey for Quantum is currently a work in progress. Meanwhile, the Greasemonkey alternative Tampermonkey, which I had already been using for these scripts on Chromium, is apparently operational on Quantum. It is closed-source, so not suitable for Stallmanist purists, but should otherwise be fine, and is what I'd recommend at least for the time being.
  4. EPUB is a collection of various XML formats plus CSS and assets in a ZIP, the text itself is in XHTML (XML-serialised HTML). A couple things in the archive must be stored first in a specific manner/order, the rest is in arbitrary order. The Kindle format is complicated by multiple versions (the MOBI format descends from PRC, AZW from MOBI, the AZW3/KF8 format doesn't but attaches as an extra record to a stub or duplicate of the text in AZW format, and I haven't the foggiest about AZW8/KFX). However, I gather the KF8 and EPUB formats to differ mainly in their container format (i.e. a AZW3 is not a ZIP).
  5. (Originally posted link.) Latest version (Click "Raw" to install). Edit: For now, use Tampermonkey for Firefox Quantum. Notes: Edit: you might need to specifically enable the script following installation. This is CSS-based. It is minimally wrapped for Greasemonkey (edit: or Tampermonkey) use but this could easily be removed leaving a CSS file. Instructions in a comment. This is only intended for the desktop site. I don't know what it would do to the mobile site. Mobile should work now, using e.g. Tampermonkey for Android. As well as fixing things which are visibly broken, this custom stylesheet is partially influenced by pre-crash styling (drawn from the Wayback Machine) in aspects where I feel the interface never re-achieved its former merit. Aspects which are better post-crash have been retained. This incorporates the white-text editor fix. There should be no need to install both. If the site changes so as to break this custom styling, disable/remove it. Edit: I should probably mention that I have not exhaustively tested the effects of this, but they seem good so far. Screenshots:
  6. Greasemonkey forum scripts

    Not directly relevant to the emoji script but since this is the pinned thread, I thought I'd mention that I have updated my styling fixes in response to the recent upgrade. Post in the particular thread:
  7. I have adjusted the styling in response to the recent forum upgrade.
  8. Story Wednesday July 5, 2017

    To elaborate on the above for those unaware: when you log in to a site, what actually happens is that you get assigned a "session cookie", which basically contains an authorisation token which the site generated and will accept as ID for a specific user. This is instead of having to type your username and password every time you want to comment or change any preference. It will still require your password if you want to change your password, but that's to stop people who might access your computer or otherwise obtain use of your session cookie (e.g. via spyware) from then changing your password to something they know and you don't.
  9. Story, Friday June 30, 2017

    Wouldn't that be peanut butter?
  10. Greasemonkey forum scripts

    Say if I type a : followed by a D and press Space I get a forum emote, because the current version of the script doesn't override the forum emotes unless told otherwise. Now, say that I do the same, but click "editor" in that box after I'm finished.
  11. Greasemonkey forum scripts

    Bottom right, highlighted in red here:
  12. Greasemonkey forum scripts

    angry_tedd, ashley, catgirl_kitty, catgirl_sarah, cheerleadra_shrug, cool_susan, dem_abs, dem_curves, demonic_duck, diane, ellen, elliot, girly_tedd, grace, griffin_andrea, griffin_tara, justin, mall_elliot, nanase, noah, oh_snap, pink_tedd, poof, sarah, soon_grace, susan, tea, tedd, tedd_anger, tf_watch, time_to_duel, urge_to_kill, vampire_sarah, werwolf_nanase, wizard_sarah
  13. Greasemonkey forum scripts

    Current version. Changes: While the forum's default emotes are no longer interfered with automatically/aggressively, a small box has been added to the bottom-right of the screen which allows forum emotes to be changed to those used by the script, either for the editor (excluding block quotations) or for the entire page, including the editor (affecting the editor will affect the post, affecting the rest of the page will only affect how it looks to you). It is small, quite unobtrusive, harmonious with my interface fixes and can be easily dismissed (but if it's still irritating, tell me so I can remove it). Updated list of EGS Discord emotes; that is, added :noah: ().
  14. NP Monday July 3, 2017

  15. Things that make you go WTF

    Would that be the Village People then? (sees self out)
  16. NP, Friday June 23, 2017

    hkmaly linked James Cameron, not Shyamalan.
  17. What Are You Listening To?

  18. Story Wednesday June 28, 2017

    Wrt arc, or rather line, names in Sister: “You look in the mirror, but someone else looks back. You remember a life you never had, one that cannot be yours. You are the piece that does not fit, you don't belong in this game. The board has been knocked over, you shall be swept away…” —Dan Shive (This was packed into a strip title for some reason.)
  19. NP Monday June 26, 2017

    This forum isn't LaTeX…
  20. Smileys?

    @Thom Revor The previously missing emotes and older uploads/embeds are showing up fine now. You have my gratitude and congratulations for this.
  21. Greasemonkey forum scripts

    Current version. With a new approach: built-in emote functionality is not touched, but it effectively adds extra functionality on top of it. (That's :angry:, :twemoji_angry:, ;), ;-), :demonicduck:, :demonic_duck:, :), :-), :D, :-D, :O, :-O, B), 8) )
  22. Greasemonkey forum scripts

    Ah. Okay, my script is presently overriding emotes provided by the forum because they were broken so I'll probably change that.
  23. Greasemonkey forum scripts

    Update just for you (accepts your made up shortcodes as well as hyphens in asciimotes). Also changed what :) / :-) and :( / :-( map onto (the database of asciimote-to-emoji conversions I was using was seemingly based on b&w emoji and didn't quite get the best matches for graphical ones).
  24. Greasemonkey forum scripts

    Updated, see first post for details.
  25. Greasemonkey forum scripts

    Most of the alphacodes supported are listed here: https://www.emoji.codes/ (obviously that doesn't list the EGS-specific Discord ones). The example sequence above is (with colons removed to avoid conversion): relaxed smile demonic_duck blush eyes tedd