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Kongregate Staff Identifier Script

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Everybody knows who the staff members are in the forums, right? Before this script, people could figure out who these miracle workers were only by a little research and/or word-of-mouth.

This script was inspired by, and is based heavily on, arcaneCoder’s Forum Tools script which can be found here. It works a lot like the script’s “Forum Moderator” tag that people in the “Moderators” list are given.

This script is barbaric in comparison, and is simpler to understand than eating cereal with a spoon. To be honest, this is the product of being stuck in the car for 2 hours with no Internet.

Before you install this script, you need to be running Firefox and have the Greasemonkey add-on that can be found here: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/748



Without further ado, here’s the Kongregate Staff Identifier Script:
http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/55756

This will also be included in my next update of the Better Kongregate Firefox Add-on

 
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Well done, musicdemon. :)

 
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The add-on doesn’t update versions like other add-ons, or at least it wouldn’t for your first update.

Edit: Oh, and great job and thanks.

 
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All I can say is… What?

 
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It’s self-explanatory. But to elaborate: you can check for updates to your add-ons in your add-ons screen. Updates for add-ons can also be found and installed when you start FF. For this add-on, the update utility does not recognize that an update is available. You have to update manually.

Now do you understand, person who didn’t make this add-on?

 
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Not what I meant, smart arse. So all it does is adds a “staff member” thing below each staff member?

 
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Originally posted by skeelful08:

Not what I meant, smart arse. So all it does is adds a “staff member” thing below each staff member?

Yes.

 
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Originally posted by pikaia08:

It’s self-explanatory. But to elaborate: you can check for updates to your add-ons in your add-ons screen. Updates for add-ons can also be found and installed when you start FF. For this add-on, the update utility does not recognize that an update is available. You have to update manually.

Now do you understand, person who didn’t make this add-on?

I’m not sure as to why this is, but it’s probably because my add-on is still in the Public Nomination queue (500+ addons) and will (hopefully) soon lose that “experimental” tag. Then, perhaps, the automatic updates will work.

EDIT: It’s also possible that your browser hasn’t checked for updates to your addons since you installed version 1.0. Click the “Find Updates” button in the Tools—>Addons menu of your browser.

 
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skeelful08: That’s not how it looked (insert name-calling here). Why don’t you try being more descriptive with your questions.

 
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That’s what it looked like to me. He said “All I can say”, which usually referrs to the OP.

 
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Thanks, but it wasn’t exactly intuitive to me, since “all I can say” was a few posts down, but you’re right and I’m not here to start a flame war.

It’s over and done with, ’nuff said.

 
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not neccesary anymore

 
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if it is not necessary, then why did you bump it?