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Cheers for adding the request by the way.
 
Cheers for adding the request by the way.
   
I'm probably going to wait for yours to get approved then remove the code from the common.js, and add the import back either instantly if it behaves with the other version of the script (It should just execute twice per second doing both scripts, i don't see how it would conflict really since they use the same css pretty much)
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I'm probably going to wait for yours to get approved then remove the code from the common.js, and add the import back either instantly if it behaves with the other version of the script (It should just execute twice per second doing both scripts, i don't see how it would conflict really since they use the same css pretty much) or 16-24 hours after i submit the .js with update

Latest revision as of 10:38, August 15, 2018

Cool, When that gets approved we should be able to import it, so you can edit it whenever and it will update a lot faster. I also heard that dev.wikia scripts get approved faster in general, though i'm not sure if that's true.

Also imho its a lot easier to write using the dev wikia if you use the right scripts ( i use 'u:dev:ToggleTestMode/code.js' in my personal import.js to test javascript remotely from dev.wikia and see its effects on a specific wiki without having to be approved) and it seems atleast to me to update a lot faster then user/common.js, which seemed pretty slow to the point where i'd have to wait up to 10 minutes for the dang thing to update to the newest iteration of the script (Honestly easier to use JSFiddle then use fandom test mode 90% of the time unless you are playing with site-specific functions / AJAX)

Cheers for adding the request by the way.

I'm probably going to wait for yours to get approved then remove the code from the common.js, and add the import back either instantly if it behaves with the other version of the script (It should just execute twice per second doing both scripts, i don't see how it would conflict really since they use the same css pretty much) or 16-24 hours after i submit the .js with update

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