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June 16, 2007

I Updated my Flickr Groups Organiser Greasemonkey script. It now lets you browse images and discussions.

I Updated my Flickr Groups Organiser Greasemonkey script. As well as letting you tag your groups and list your groups by tag, It now lets you browse images and discussions in those tagged groups. Current version = 0.8 - 16th June.

The image browsing functionality was inspired by guu's Group Pool Watch script, but this script now has paging, so you can page through filtered results. The filters available for browsing your tagged groups are: Recent Photos, Earliest Photos, Most Interesting Photos, Least Interesting Photos, Random Photos, Your Pics, Recent Discussions. When browsing by images, if you mouse over a thumnail it replaces the images with a larger version so you can see it more clearly. Theres also a search filter coming too, but its not quite ready yet.

You can get my updated Groups Organiser script here. All my other flickr greasemonkey scripts can be obtained here. If you enjoy using my scripts and appreciate my work, please consider making a donation, so that i can continue my work.

June 21, 2007

A number of my Flickr GreaseMonkey scripts just broke as they were dependent on flickrs getElementsByClass js library function

Flickr recently replaced one of their library functions:

So a number of GreaseMonkey scripts that used the old js library call are now broken. The scripts ive found to be affected so far are:
group pool: warn + delete, flickrpm, groups organiser, contacts organiser, flickr quoter and flickr shades. Quas's group tracker script is also affected.

You can get updated versions of the above scripts here:

You can also read more about it in the flickr hacks group here

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