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    23 Feb '07 15:22
    I think it'd be useful to have an icon appear on each forum thread list showing threads u've posted in.
    This is used on many other forum sites & means it's easy to see all the (especially older threads) posts you have made at a glance, without trawling through all your previous posts or several pages of thread to see if you did post there!
    Usually it's a letter letter (as in mail) icon next to the thread title.
    (sorry for all the brackets)
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    23 Feb '07 15:451 edit
    What you could do is:

    If you are using Firefox, get the ouroboros greasemonkey scripts.

    1st;Get Firefox [if you are not using it]
    2nd;get the greasemonkey extension.
    3rd; install the scripts you want for whichever enhancements you want. Here's a bunch of them - the one you want for the forum icon is the 7th one down.[it puts a green dot next to each thread you post in]

    http://members.shaw.ca/ouroboros/RHP/


    Unfortunately there is no equivalent, at the moment, for Internet Explorer.
  3. Standard memberc99ux
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    23 Feb '07 15:47
    Originally posted by Dr Strangelove
    What you could do is:

    If you are using Firefox, get the ouroboros greasemonkey scripts.

    1st;Get Firefox [if you are not using it]
    2nd;get the [b]greasemonkey
    extension.
    3rd; install the scripts you want for whichever enhancements you want. Here's a bunch of them - the one you want for the forum icon is the 7th one down.[it puts a green dot ...[text shortened]... ouroboros/RHP/


    Unfortunately there is no equivalent, at the moment, for Internet Explorer.[/b]
    And if you don't want to do that, you can always look at your own posts from your profile page.
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    23 Feb '07 17:21
    Originally posted by Dr Strangelove
    What you could do is:

    If you are using Firefox, get the ouroboros greasemonkey scripts.

    1st;Get Firefox [if you are not using it]
    2nd;get the [b]greasemonkey
    extension.
    3rd; install the scripts you want for whichever enhancements you want. Here's a bunch of them - the one you want for the forum icon is the 7th one down.[it puts a green dot ...[text shortened]... ouroboros/RHP/


    Unfortunately there is no equivalent, at the moment, for Internet Explorer.[/b]
    Funnily enough I have FF & will give it a go.
    This is the theme I use with McAffee Site Advisor added & I would strongly recommend both:

    https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/4521/previews/

    😉

    ...but I will try the add-on you suggested.

    Also, to the poster above, I know you can go through your own posts, but if you post regularly it can be very labourious going through all your posts to see if the massive thread that interests you has a post in it somewhere that you did weeks ago.

    Come on RHP, you know it makes sense!
  5. Standard memberPhlabibit
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    23 Feb '07 17:24
    Originally posted by Squelchbelch
    Funnily enough I have FF & will give it a go.
    This is the theme I use with McAffee Site Advisor added & I would strongly recommend both:

    https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/4521/previews/

    😉

    ...but I will try the add-on you suggested.

    Also, to the poster above, I know you can go through your own posts, but if you post regularly it can be ver ...[text shortened]... you has a post in it somewhere that you did weeks ago.

    Come on RHP, you know it makes sense!
    Get the GreeseMonkey and the RHP scripts and you'll have it. ACT NOW~!

    P-
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    23 Feb '07 17:26
    Originally posted by Phlabibit
    Get the GreeseMonkey and the RHP scripts and you'll have it. ACT NOW~!

    P-
    Have done. Many thanks,
    Lé Squelch
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    23 Feb '07 17:291 edit
    Originally posted by Dr Strangelove
    Unfortunately there is no equivalent, at the moment, for Internet Explorer.
    Please? 😵

    Actually, I have a computer in quarantaine and I've installed FireFox there. Perhaps I also install greasemonkey and some of the scripts.

    But it is way against my religion... 😕 I'll rot in hell later.
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    23 Feb '07 17:40
    Actually I don't think the monkey was paying attention when he wrote some of the scripts, because apparently I haven't posted in this thread yet although I have installed the posted threads extension & can see the little yellow dots to the left of the titles:'(
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    23 Feb '07 19:101 edit
    Originally posted by Squelchbelch
    Actually I don't think the monkey was paying attention when he wrote some of the scripts, because apparently I haven't posted in this thread yet although I have installed the posted threads extension & can see the little yellow dots to the left of the titles:'(
    It's not retroactive. It only keeps track of the threads you post in going forward, i.e., after you installed the GM scripts.
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    24 Feb '07 00:042 edits
    Originally posted by Squelchbelch

    This is the theme I use with McAffee Site Advisor added & I would strongly recommend both:

    https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/4521/previews/

    😉

    Had a look at that RedShift theme - it's a bit too dark for my liking. I'm using the Cylence theme at the moment - emerald version.

    I also use SiteAdvisor. 🙂
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    24 Feb '07 07:35
    Originally posted by Dr Strangelove
    Had a look at that RedShift theme - it's a bit too dark for my liking. I'm using the Cylence theme at the moment - emerald version.

    I also use SiteAdvisor. 🙂
    Yeah - you either like dark themes or not. Blue Ice & Phoenity are good light themes that I've used with no bugs.
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