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Other then that, Cheers mate. Nice job. Works very well though i needed to add all the text inside a span, which is a bit odd but honestly not an inconvenience at all so it doesn't bother me though it makes me curious as to why it behaves in such a manner.
 
Other then that, Cheers mate. Nice job. Works very well though i needed to add all the text inside a span, which is a bit odd but honestly not an inconvenience at all so it doesn't bother me though it makes me curious as to why it behaves in such a manner.
Also, as you probably noticed i removed the code from the wiki now and its all being ran on the dev wiki page completely. If you need CSS updated feel free to drop a comment on my wall.
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Also, as you probably noticed i removed the code from the wiki common.js now and its all being imported from the dev wiki page completely. If you need CSS updated feel free to drop a comment on my wall.

Latest revision as of 07:21, August 16, 2018

Example setup Could you do the same for the when the timer expires? Then it should be perfect. Currently it seems to work fine for hiding the timer before it exists which is great but it seems i need another hide trigger for when it expires to make this seamless.

To be fair, i didn't mention adding a hide command under "widget.remove();", just "widget.removeClass("timewidget-hidden");"

Other then that, Cheers mate. Nice job. Works very well though i needed to add all the text inside a span, which is a bit odd but honestly not an inconvenience at all so it doesn't bother me though it makes me curious as to why it behaves in such a manner. Also, as you probably noticed i removed the code from the wiki common.js now and its all being imported from the dev wiki page completely. If you need CSS updated feel free to drop a comment on my wall.

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