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Just a copy of timewidget > .hidden as "timewidget-hidden", right?
 
Just a copy of timewidget > .hidden as "timewidget-hidden", right?
   
Edit: Also re-reading, what i meant by conflict was running an old and new version of your script at the same time, since editing the Common.js is slow and we ain't got time to wait on admins, it would be easier to run it twice on the common and the import until it gets removed from common.
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Edit: Also re-reading, what i meant by conflict was running an old and new version of your script at the same time, since editing the Common.js is slow and we ain't got time to wait on wiki staff, it would be easier to run it twice on the common and the import until it gets removed from common.

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Ah, yeah. I can retroactively add the new css and remove the old one after it's live. Any reason why you don't use .hide() btw? i was using it for a weekly widget on jewel princess wiki and it seems to just add display:none to class (i think? either way it hides it lol)

Just a copy of timewidget > .hidden as "timewidget-hidden", right?

Edit: Also re-reading, what i meant by conflict was running an old and new version of your script at the same time, since editing the Common.js is slow and we ain't got time to wait on wiki staff, it would be easier to run it twice on the common and the import until it gets removed from common.

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