Updated Scripts for the New Site

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  1. Turker2013

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    That doesn't help. Open the script and find the namespace listed. Also, tell me which version you are using. I think I know what you're using, but I need confirmation.
     
  2. FibonacciSequence

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    How do I do that? I can't get the information from Greasemonkey?
     
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    Do you know how to open the scripts you've already installed?

    Also, Turkoptiscript doesn't seem to be compatible with older versions of Greasemonkey, which is a problem.

    Which version of Greasemonkey are you using?
     
  5. Turker2013

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    I need the following information.
    What operating system are you using? e.g. Wi ndows 7
    What browser are you using? e.g. FireFox
    What browser version are you using? e.g. FireFox 49
    What script extension are you using? e.g. Violentmonkey, Greasemonkey, Tampermonkey, etc.
     
  6. Turker2013

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    Does anyone use a TO1 script or addon alongside a TO2 script? Do the things overlap on search pages? If so, let me know and I can post the fix here. It requires modifying the script by inserting a very short line.
     
  7. elt

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    here's a way to move old TO icon right along side new TO
    they don't seem to do much more than show red or not red color
    no real indication of good or bad TO
    (I haven't really used these much since Hit Scraper and Hit Finder/Forker)

    new TO
    https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/27512-turkoptiscript
    // @name turkoptiscript
    https://greasyfork.org/en/users/12709-feihtality

    old TO
    https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/4391-turkopticon
    @name turkopticon
    https://greasyfork.org/en/users/4606-fiveplusone

    function insertInlineCss() {
    var head = document.getElementsByTagName("head")[0],
    style = document.createElement('style'),
    css = ".tob, .tom { list-style-type: none; padding-left: 10; }\n";
    change here to after padding-left: from 0 to 10

    it works but I really don't see why,
    almost any number moves the icon right by about 20px
    could nobody predict the icons were going to overlap?

    both these scripts could use tighter include and some excludes
    // @exclude https://worker.mturk.com/hit_scraper
    // @exclude https://worker.mturk.com/?hit_forker
    HM and a few others
     
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  8. elt

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    if you tried Hit Forker on firefox
    and had to press start and stop several times
    or it never worked

    about a page down, edit:

    var tukerview = { };
    var turkerview_update = 0;
    to
    var turkerview = { };
    var turkerview_update = 0;

    was correct in an earlier version of the script
    will probably be fixed in some future version again

    you can see the ReferenceError: turkerview is not defined
    if you open the web console
    the corrected var statement defines the variable
    probably not a blocking error in chrome

    https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/36368-hit-forker
     
  9. Turker2013

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    This is the fix someone made for me for tuirkoptiscript.

    Open the script.
    Go to the bottom of the script.
    Find the line
    Code:
    .to-hdi { display:inline-block; font-size:12px; cursor:default; line-height:14px; }
    Right below that line, add
    Code:
    .to-abs.to-hdi { margin-left: -22px; }
    To clarify, this is an insertion of a new line.
     
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    Currently 4.1
     
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    This works perfectly. Thanks for sharing it.
     
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    Many newly updated scripts have been preceded by [Worker]. Not everyone is on this thread to see the announcement, and 3 other forums are also using GreasyFork. The [ also moves it to the top because in alph order, symbols precede numbers and letters.

    If it's not too hard to change them...
     
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    Preceded by [WORKER]? What do you mean precisely? Do you mean the name of the script or something else? I'm looking at https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/by-site/mturk.com?sort=updated and I don't understand.
     
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    The new site has the nickname "Worker." Kadauchi has rewritten all of his scripts with "[Worker]" in front of the name. If you arrange GreasyFork alphabetically (see top right side,) all the new ones are in the front because symbols precede numbers and letters alphabetically:
    https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/by-site/mturk.com?sort=name.
    I was suggesting that so people on other forums can find the new ones. It's probably too hard to change the names of yours now because it will break your links.

    If you arrange them by Updated Date, you also get all the new ones first.
     
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    Anything updated since December 22nd should be indication that it's for worker.
     
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