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# 144204 11-May-2014 10:16
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Hi, 

I used to use Trademe Photoview Userscript for Greasemonkey in Firefox. 

Unfortunately the Userscripts.org website where this was hosted has now disappeared.

Anyone know where to find this script now?

Cheers,

Felix



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  # 1041616 11-May-2014 10:16
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Hmmmm. Here we go.




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  # 1041620 11-May-2014 10:23
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You could try this - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/make-it-look-better/?src=search 
Haven't used it, but seems to be the same thing essentially 




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  # 1041621 11-May-2014 10:24
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Thanks for your input PeterReader ! tongue-out



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  # 1041622 11-May-2014 10:29
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Hi Taneb1,

That's interesting I hadn't seen that one. I also found 'Trademe Photoview Redux' by JimbobBaggins in the Chrome store and that works too.

 

However, I was quite keen to get the text based userscript since this is better from the point of view of security. It it is easy to review the source to make sure nothing malicious is going on.

I wonder if there is another repository for it somewhere?

Thanks, Felix

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  # 1041642 11-May-2014 11:54
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Seems you can still get onto userscripts via http://userscripts.org:8080/ so help you out 




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  # 1041643 11-May-2014 11:56
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What on earth is it and what does it do?!





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  # 1041664 11-May-2014 12:08

Geektastic: What on earth is it and what does it do?!



If you use Trademe alot it is awesome. When viewing search results or browsing category’s. Instead of you having to click on almost every auction just to view the photo. It makes the photos appear in the list view. As if every single seller on trademe had paid for gallery listings.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1041666 11-May-2014 12:10
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Gallery+ works well too.

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/gallery%20/dhcklgbddhdgpenbkjkoomgjpgmlnmpo

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  # 1041668 11-May-2014 12:12
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Aredwood:
Geektastic: What on earth is it and what does it do?!



If you use Trademe alot it is awesome. When viewing search results or browsing category’s. Instead of you having to click on almost every auction just to view the photo. It makes the photos appear in the list view. As if every single seller on trademe had paid for gallery listings.


Oh OK.

Sounds like something they should have an app for...!!







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  # 1041699 11-May-2014 13:30
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Fantastic - thanks Taneb1

Didn't think to look on the old 8080 port!

For reference, the Redux version of the script still works well http://userscripts.org:8080/scripts/show/149392

Cheers - Felix

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  # 1041882 11-May-2014 22:00
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felixfurtak:
Hi Taneb1,

That's interesting I hadn't seen that one. I also found 'Trademe Photoview Redux' by JimbobBaggins in the Chrome store and that works too.

However, I was quite keen to get the text based userscript since this is better from the point of view of security. It it is easy to review the source to make sure nothing malicious is going on.

I wonder if there is another repository for it somewhere?

Thanks, Felix


If you want to review the source, just crack open the .crx file with 7-Zip or whatever compression tool you have.  It's a standard .ZIP archive.

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  # 1041928 12-May-2014 00:00
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taneb1: You could try this - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/make-it-look-better/?src=search 
Haven't used it, but seems to be the same thing essentially 


Thanks for this. Just installed & tried it out.....works great

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  # 1041969 12-May-2014 08:54
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Geektastic:
Aredwood:
Geektastic: What on earth is it and what does it do?!



If you use Trademe alot it is awesome. When viewing search results or browsing category’s. Instead of you having to click on almost every auction just to view the photo. It makes the photos appear in the list view. As if every single seller on trademe had paid for gallery listings.


Oh OK.

Sounds like something they should have an app for...!!


Given TradeMe make money from selling the ability to display your photo in the listings (aka Gallery listings), not only would they not release an app for it, I'm mildly surprised they don't go out of their way to try and prevent it.

PS: I use the Gallery+ plugin, works great.




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  # 1041976 12-May-2014 09:22
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Ill just leave this here, started using this lately

http://rummage.co.nz/

 

Rummage is visual search for Trade Me.




 


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  # 1042076 12-May-2014 11:01
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FPR:
taneb1: You could try this - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/make-it-look-better/?src=search 
Haven't used it, but seems to be the same thing essentially 


Thanks for this. Just installed & tried it out.....works great


I'll definitely be grabbing that later. Thanks for the heads up!

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