Thanks. I have it working for one, and now I will look to build for more. Some of the buttons that I will be creating for enWS would fit comfortably into the "Advanced" section, with the new script is there a means to place something into the subsidiary toolbars?
Addendum, I am also trying to get it to run some of the js from proofread.js and I am presuming that it is the callback function (it isn't documented), but the useless toad at my end of the keyboard cannot work it out. Thanks. billinghurstsDrewth 12:51, 19 June 2011 (UTC)
Thanks for the work that you did on the upgrades to the script. Very much appreciated Sir Krinkle. billinghurstsDrewth 10:43, 20 June 2011 (UTC)
Hey, Krinkle. I'm not sure if it is a problem; perhaps it's something already predicted or maybe I just did something wrong. When I used RTRC on en.wiki it worked correctly, but all Twinkle tabs just disappeared and I could not use it. Is it normal?
Did they not appear within RTRC, or did they stop working on regular diff pages? If they aren't appearing within RTRC, that's normal (Twinkle only adds them when a diff page loads, RTRC is not a diff page, and is flipping through them dynamically without refreshing) and will be possible once issue #9 is resolved). If they stopped working outside RTRC, please let me know. –Krinkletalk 00:43, 3 October 2013 (UTC)
A user from Portuguese Wikipedia suggested the addition of a way to select pages not in user/user talk namespaces. Would it be possible to provide some checkboxes in the interface to achieve this? Or maybe a text field accepting a list of namespace numbers, together with a "invert selection" checkbox.
Gday Krinkle. Been using WhatLeavesHere at enWP, after using it in other places, and it is useful for spam fighting. I would like to see the ability to have some configuration for its use at enWP to hide some of the templates. Looking at w:en:Special:WhatLeavesHere?target=List_of_As_Told_by_Ginger_episodes it picks up Templates and I think that for the general user this will be confusing. So a tweak so that by user you can set it up in a configuration file as per the popups, or whether there is a click twist that turns on configs and remembers one's settings, with certain things being default off. Anyway, just thoughts, thanks for listening and especially thanks for your tools and your assistance.
After using the tool for a while, I've felt that there could be a few extra details that can be added (some more possible than others of course, but they are just suggestions).
A way to undo/rollback through the script without it opening a new page (if the user doesn't want it they can just do some type of variable = 0 on their common.js); If an undo/rollback was given, an option is available so you can warn the user (similar to Huggle), but allows you to enter a custom message (since all wiki's are different of course).
Things from the Special:Log to be viewed to, either in a smaller separate section or in the main view
If something new appears in Special:NewFiles, it loads the previous image as the old revision and the uploaded image as the new one. (If this special page isn't possible to operate with, Special:Log/upload might be possible too)..
If one of the edits is a tagged change from Special:Tags, in front of the time either * for the tags or change/add-on to !. Then whatever the tag was after the edit, like so (not properly spaced, but still gives a main idea):
(diff) * 01:32 Article • T • C • VandalAdding important info [ Possible Vandalism ]
In a show/hide under the revision, a preview of the new page revision is shown to immediately see if an error occurred with the new revision, without having to leave the script.
These are just some small things that I thought should be added. :) Hairrr (talk) 02:44, 1 August 2012 (UTC)
[MINOR SUGGESTION]: Window/Tab title notification
Real-Time Recent Changes (v0.8.8-beta as of 2012-02-23)
Just a suggestion. It would be good if the messages "Marking as patrolled..." and "Marked as patrolled" could be translated into some languages so when it's used outside non-English wikis editors do understand what the script is saying. Also, I've installed the tool as a gadget on es.wikibooks :-) Thanks.
noted with Firefox on Windows, confirmed with Chrome
Going to nl:Gebruiker:Krinkle/RTRC, expecting to have RTRC start up, nothing happens (i.e., I see the same as when I'm not logged in, even though my common.js did not change since previous attempts when it did work). Clicking the "Installeer" button, results in the error message "Het is op deze pagina niet mogelijk om paragrafen te bewerken". The tool works normally when retrieved through http://nl.wikipedia.org rather than https://nl.wikipedia.org
Some more checking makes me think it probably has to do with https. Could it be that the tool does not work/often fails when using https rather than http to connect with Wikipedia? - Andre Engels (talk) 11:38, 14 April 2013 (UTC)
More checking confirms that it's the https that causes the problem. The bug report has been adapted to reflect that. - Andre Engels (talk) 07:09, 16 April 2013 (UTC)
RTRC has supported HTTPS since before April 2013, so I'm not sure what issues there might have been at the time. Recently, RTRC has been reimplemented using more modern technologies, so whatever issues there might have been are hopefully resolved now. Be sure to let me know if you run into this problem again. Thanks! –Krinkletalk 20:57, 11 December 2013 (UTC)
[MINOR THING]: It comes weird on Minecraft Wiki
This script on Minecraft Wiki
Google Chrome, Windows XP SP3
I tried this script on Minecraft Wiki, but it comes out really weird. And I can barely click the buttons, and it is impossible to type in the boxes. Do you mind making a version which hides the User and talk tabs, and maybe even the user options type thing at the top? Thanks!!!
It could be useful to store some preferences with MediaWiki's Options API; custom settings should be stored on Meta-Wiki and retrieved from there, starting with userjs- and with max. 255 bytes. For example, userjs-RTRC-filter-anons = 1 etc.
Hi, I am an Italian wikiquote user, and I would like to translate whatleaveshere gadget into Italian. Is it possible? Some words are already translated, how can I change them? Others are in English (leaves, categories, external links...) how can I translate them? Thank you!
[HELP REQUEST]: I get Blank Page when following the instructions
Mac OS. Safari, Firefox
I appear to be a new enWP user, but this is an account I have usuerped formall;y as an alternate account. I have, I hope, followed the steps User:Krinkle/Tools/Global_SUL, but don't discount idiocy on my part!
But the instruction line: "Now browse to "Special:BlankPage/globalsul" and follow the instructions." implies that there are instructions to follow. So I am rather lost. My home wiki is the English Wikipedia.
Following Firefox browser u/grade to V27.0.1 RTRC has stopped working. It momentarily displays the user page as before but options/apply does not appear and the page remains blank with just a RTRC page link top left. I've come to rely heavily on this tool. Cracking piece of kit it is and suddenly I haven't got it. Any ideas for a quick fix? --Sabretache (talk) 14:24, 16 February 2014 (UTC)
A few hours later and its working again. Connectivity issue?? - Anyway, sorry for false alarm. Please delete this if you wish --Sabretache (talk) 20:11, 16 February 2014 (UTC)