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Skittles x

10/9/2008 3:19:29 AM
As you've probably noticed, there is no longer a link to download screenshots to Halo 3 in the files section. I wrote a greasemonkey script that adds the link back onto the "more details" page for the screenshot that you wish to download. This script uses the javascript that Bungie has embedded on fileshare items that have the option to download. I copied it over to the screenshot page and it works fine. It therefore operates exactly the same as Bungie's link on the content items which have the download link on them by default. In case my description isn't sufficient, here are a few pictures showing the script in action: [url=http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y128/nick53182/bnetshots/scr1.jpg]Pic 1[/url] | [url=http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y128/nick53182/bnetshots/scr2.jpg]Pic 2[/url] | [url=http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y128/nick53182/bnetshots/scr3.jpg]Pic 3[/url] | [url=http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y128/nick53182/bnetshots/scr4.jpg]Pic 4[/url] | [url=http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y128/nick53182/bnetshots/scr5.jpg]Pic 5[/url] [b]The script is available [url=http://userscripts.org/scripts/source/35171.user.js]here.[/url][/b] [quote][/quote]Greasemonkey (available [url=http://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/748]here[/url] or [url=http://cybernetnews.com/2008/06/05/greasemonkey-for-firefox-3/]here[/url]) is an add on for Mozilla Firefox which allows you to install java based scripts that alter websites. To run this script you must be using Firefox with the Greasemonkey script enabled, or using the Opera browser. If you are using Firefox with Greasemonkey, you can install the script by simply clicking the link above. For an Opera installation, follow these instructions written by CAVX:[quote]Here is a helpful walkthrough. Step 1: Save the script to Desktop Step 2: Navigate to Bungie.net in the Opera browser Step 3: Right Click anywhere on the page, and choose "Edit Site Preferences" Step 4: Click on the "Scripting" tab Step 5: Below "User Javascript Files," you can click "choose" and locate the file you just saved. Step 6: If the prompt does not allow you to search through your desktop and you don't know how to reference the location yourself, move the screenshotdownloadtool.user.js file to another folder, such as your Documents folder. Step 7: Click "OK" to close the "Site preferences" window. Step 8: Go look at a Screenshot page[/quote] [Edited on 10.08.2008 7:20 PM PDT]

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