[Userscript] Spongebob Time Cards


#1

Who doesn’t love Spongebob?

This is a script which replaces the boring interval messages like “19 days later” with the classical Spongebob time cards. Now, before you say “Your radiance Kumirei, you know I love you, but these are also boring” you should know that some are quite hilarious and if you don’t like them then you’re silly.

Example

Available at

https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/35422-wanikani-forums-spongebob-time-cards


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#2

kumireiから試してみます。


#3

I like this idea, but if it looks exactly like the screenshot, that takes up too much space on the screen/in the thread for me. If it was smaller and/or more narrow, I’d be all over it.


#4

That’s as easy to change as just editing a value. I made it a variable and put it at the top so it’s easy to find.

250px height instead of 500px


#5

This is my new favorite forums script


#6

now necroing threads is delightful!


#7

Your radiance Kumirei, you know I love you.


#8

Ok so did not even really check what this did and just found out now, scrolling on the forums. and it is great! officially a fan.


#9

Yay!


#10

I found it wasn’t working for me unless I refreshed on a thread. Taking the /t off seemed to fix that for me.
It matches the discourse meta path now, so I figured it wouldn’t break anything.


#11

Hmm, strange, I thought I had gotten it to fire at every necessary instance. If you say removing the /t works fine though I’ll do that.


#12

I think the issue is it wasn’t loading at all, at least not for me (Chrome).
It seems like if you enter through https://community.wanikani.com and go to a thread, no actual navigation was taking place; with everything being loaded in place. The URL changes because Discourse pushes a history state, but because there was no match when Tampermonkey does its thing, the script doesn’t load.


#13

That makes sense. I’ll update it tomorrow. I’ll probably make the triggers more effective too.