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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 107729 17-Aug-2012 22:59
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I've written a userscript for Firefox that displays MB/Day under Included Data and Remaining Data.
It's useful if you're worried about going over your cap (as I tend to do often), and gives you some idea of how much data you'll be able to download each day.

Now, it SHOULD work if you have more than one connection in the list, but I only have one and have written the script under assumptions of how extra connections might be added to the page.

Script: ragnaware.com/airnet.user.js
Installation:
[Firefox] Install the Greasemonkey add-on, then just drag airnet.user.js into an open window to install.
[Chrome] Open your extensions menu then drag airnet.user.js onto it.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 674046 18-Aug-2012 18:12
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Might be a stupid question, but how do I use it ????



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 674098 18-Aug-2012 22:02
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Not a stupid question at all.
I've written a quick tutorial here: ragnaware.com/tut/

It's nothing fancy, you can work out your GB per day allowance fairly trivially, but it's handy to have nonetheless.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 674363 19-Aug-2012 19:51
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Nice one!
I didn't think of logging into the website, and it'd work from there
Well done!


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