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13946No. 13946
Hello everyone, in an effort to improve the quality of life and activity of the site I have created a convenient userscript for everyone to use.

https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/13233-thpsupplemental

The main idea is to bring all the story boards together onto one page to increase visibility. Thus in turn allow people to write stories on the less active boards and have improved exposure.

Future plans: I'm currently trying to figure out a way to automate a way to see if a story has been updated. Based on the design of the website it will be impossible to have an 100% accurate way to automate it so instead I would like to add features that can catch most of them and then allow the user to manually watch threads they want.

If anyone would like to post comments, requests, or bugs about the script feel free to use this thread.
>>No. 13947
First of all, thank you for doing this.

Second, how does it know the difference between a story thread and a non-story thread? Does it just assume that any thread on a certain board is a story thread?
>>No. 13948
>>13947
Yes at the moment there isn't any code to distinguish a story thread from a discussion thread but the majority of threads in any of the story boards will be a story.

However with that said I believe that there are unique characteristics to story posts that hint more towards a story thread and those are:
-Usernames/tripcodes posts that match the opening post
-Larger amounts of text than average
-Choices located near the bottom
-Subject with a thread count
-Probably some more subtle hints I'm missing

Usually a story thread will contain one or more of the previous attributes, you'd be hard pressed to find out without at least one of those. Then using the power of computers I'm sure I can get a reasonable accuracy to tell them apart.
>>No. 13949
Thanks, looks nice.


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