UserScripts

This page contains a few user scripts I’ve made over the years to improve my navigation experience.

General

Global AliExpress

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This is a simple script which prevents the “browser tainting” of visiting AliExpress from a localized version of the page (usually machine- and thus poorly translated), making any further requests appear in the said local language even if the user explicitely opted in before for the global version.

This script modifies the cookies and redirects web requests to always display the global version for a given link.

Untranslate eBay.es

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This script undoes the garbage automatic translation that eBay.es uses on their search results, and replaces back with the original title the seller put.

Idealista Discard button

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This script re-adds the discard button on Idealista searches, so you don’t have to open the ad to discard it.

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This script moves the sorting field to the main filter bar to make search view box taller.

FurAffinity

All these scripts are made for FurAffinity, a furry artwork website.

Easier navigation

Broken as of 2020/04/05 - Not yet adapted to new website layout.

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Modifies the submission page so the next and previous images in current gallery can be opened by clicking on the left or right of the current, respectively.

Nuke page

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This script adds a small “Nuke page” button to delete all images from a page in submissions.

Nuke page button

Just because I didn’t want to click “Invert selection” and “Remove selected”. Yes I’m that lazy. Yes it actually took me more effort to write this script than would’ve taken me to click those two buttons.

MD5

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This script adds a button to calculate the file’s MD5, and a link to a search to e621 for said hash.

MD5 button Calculated MD5

Prefetching

Broken as of 2020/04/05 - Not yet adapted to new website layout.

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This script tries to predict user’s actions and prefetch the next image he wants to look at, so you can watch yiff… errr, art, much faster.

Don’t expect to see any button or indicator it’s working. It just stays there in the background doing its job.

The implementation is as simple as prefetching the next or previous image relative to the current one depending on your last action (ie if you clicked “previous image” last time, it’ll preload the previous again). Sorry no fancy IA or blockchains here.