|02/03/2009 13:54:19 Greasemonkey scripts|
Ive had a break playing weewar. Now I got back and wanted to install some GM scripts, but where are they?
The wiki seems to have seized to exist again, so where can I find stuff?
BTW: if you guys are in need of webspace for a wiki, I could help there, but I wont pay for a domain name
just let me know.
|02/03/2009 15:30:23 Re:Greasemonkey scripts|
try that one Streen
|02/03/2009 15:48:34 Re:Greasemonkey scripts|
anyone have the banker script installed? was looking for description or snapshots to see how it works/displays.
didnt see anything there.
does it work right?
|02/03/2009 15:57:00 Re:Greasemonkey scripts|
|I've tried it VT but it never worked for me either. I might be doing something wrong however.|
|02/03/2009 17:35:25 Re:Greasemonkey scripts|
i think banker relied on replay working, maybe, or relied on you playing that particular game from the same computer from the beginning. otherwise, it would not be able to keep track of income across game sessions. it's been a while since i've looked closely at that script. i think pluto wrote it
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|02/03/2009 18:48:22 Re:Greasemonkey scripts|
The banker script is included in the weewar suite. And it seems to work for me.
The original did indeed access the replay data. Then again, just cause we dont see a replay anymore dont mean they cut off all access to information via API, so....
Slightly on topic: What the hell is a fluyd script?
|02/03/2009 19:36:40 Re:Greasemonkey scripts|
|It's not accurate though. Useful as a general guide only.|
|04/03/2009 02:46:53 Re:Greasemonkey scripts|
|I wrote a script for myself because the banker script in the suite was faulty. The problem, though, is that there is nothing in the xml to indicate who's turn it is or that a player has surrendered. Without that I had to make assumptions and work arounds. It still has a bug though, because if someone does not capture a base or build something in a turn, then the count is thrown off.|
|10/03/2009 17:02:00 Re:Greasemonkey scripts|
I guess fluid is some kind of a gizmo for Macs: http://fluidapp.com/
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