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Topic # 30542 12-Feb-2009 03:31
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I had a script from google in my sig, but it doesn't go any more.  I know it was kind of a fat tag, as it was designed for a column.

It was for my google reader shared items and was very PG as well as PC on my PC.
What it did was take the last two items that I marked as worth sharing, so it was a bit like a news thing.
But it doesn't work.  I have disabled scripts from running when editing/updating my sig.

*big sigh* I miss it.
 

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  Reply # 195445 12-Feb-2009 07:01
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IF you had a scipt working before it should be still working. If you modified your signature lately then the script was filtered then.

We removed the ability of users posting scripts to prevent XSS vulnerabilities and preserve your own safety and privacy.






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Reply # 195649 13-Feb-2009 04:16
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My own safety and privacy,  thanks, I'm worried as I felt so safe.  Those XSS vulnerabilities, I totally get that.

Could I use scripts in my sig if I was a paying member?

Is there an API system to update the sig?

Or while I was thinking,  can I use my twitter as my sig instead of it being in my status?

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Yes, I thought of using your last status as a signature and have a proof of concept done. More on this later.





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