I love the ENHANCEment
! To me it looks like we can see, near the end in the upper-right part of the frame, the top edge of a wall that runs perpendicularly to the main wall.
I'm glad to see them using the pointy thwapsticks, in however many dimensions it might be. The sooner they throw all that junk into the maelstrom
, the better will be their chances of slowing the leak.
Pforrest wrote:Why rhe ch*rp is this thread not dead yt /is there any Randamn way to block or ignore this so it stops coming up under new posts Rosetta ch*rp just e** already
HES wrote:Actually, I've been having similar grievances with Forum Games. Computer people, is there (/can there be) a script or somesuch that automatically marks certain threads/forums as read?
karhell wrote:[…] As for a userscript… […] such a script would need to load the last post of every topic you blacklist every time you call a page […] which would quickly get unwieldy […]
everyone wrote:Don't Worry. Feed Molpies.
A user script (Greasemonkey
, Tampermonkey, Violentmonkey, etc.) could certainly do it. The proper approach is to ignore what the server is trying to do, and simply hide the unwanted content. This is essentially @ED
's suggestion, except without assuming that your browser is somehow magically running jQuery
all the time.
In the Individual Threads page
, for example, a script can step through all <li>
elements, and look inside each element for a <dl>
containing a <dt>
containing an <a>
with class "topictitle
" that links to the thread (an HREF to something like "./viewtopic.php?f=7&t=113435
", where the number "113435" uniquely identifies the thread, any other fields like "f
" can be ignored. Once an unwanted <li>
" to make it invisible.
I wrote a script like that for Facebug which hides the "chat sidebar", and it still works (I just checked). The source is on github
. Several other scripts in the same repository show hos to look through elements and check sub-elements; for example check the bananascanner
function in We Love BANA-na-Yada