Difference between revisions of "User:Rod McGuire"

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(added blocking GM from trying to install wiki pages as user scripts)
(added RawWikiUserscript template test and link to '.u.js' wiki page)
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Test example wiki userscript file: [[User:Rod_McGuire/dataschemetest.u.js]].
Clickable link ({{RawWikiUserscript|User:Rod_McGuire/dataschemetest.u.js|dataschemetest}}) to raw <code>.js</code> that will cause a running GM to try to install it.
=== Stuff below should be edited and put in a seperate page ===
Test example javascript file: [[User:Rod_McGuire/dataschemetest.user.js]].
Test example javascript file: [[User:Rod_McGuire/dataschemetest.user.js]].


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Maybe creating Templates to handle the rewriting needed would be appropriate.
Maybe creating Templates to handle the rewriting needed would be appropriate.
Like this:
{{RawWikiUserscript|User:Rod_McGuire/dataschemetest.user.js|dataschemetest}}

Revision as of 17:40, 2 February 2010

Test example wiki userscript file: User:Rod_McGuire/dataschemetest.u.js.

Clickable link (dataschemetest) to raw .js that will cause a running GM to try to install it.

Stuff below should be edited and put in a seperate page

Test example javascript file: User:Rod_McGuire/dataschemetest.user.js.

UGH, to access that wiki page Greasemonkey has to be disabled so it doesn't intercept it as a userscript

Or the link can be given on a wiki page with a bogus parameter appended to the URL to block Greasemoneky from triggering. E.g.

http://wiki.greasespot.net/User:Rod_McGuire/dataschemetest.user.js?Wiki

The raw text file version of that page should be accessed as [1], i.e.,

http://wiki.greasespot.net/index.php?title=User:Rod_McGuire/dataschemetest.user.js&action=raw&ctype=text/javascript

Greasemonkey does not currently automatically recognize the above as a userscript.

However you can fool Greasemonkey into automatically treating it as a userscript by appending .user.js to the URL, using some bogus parameter such as US. I.e.

&US=.user.js

This link will cause Greasemonkey to automatically try to install the above.

Maybe creating Templates to handle the rewriting needed would be appropriate.

Like this:

dataschemetest