revaxarts saidMain idea was to share something other authors may find useful so we’d like derivative work to be also offered free of charge
Can I take your idea and go a little bit further?
However, since the code is released free for both personal and commercial use on our site, you can really do what you want with it.
revaxarts saidthe script was built using opera 11 on TF but marketplace should make no difference because all use the same markup.
The script doesn’t work on Opera on the themeforest marketplace. All other places work as expected. I didn’t get a simple alert running – only on themeforest Any ideas?
When you say “All other places work as expected” you mean Opera works with all of them except TF ?
you can check if script is enabled using Dragonfly.
survivor saidthe script uses data from the statements table only, if last day is splitted in 2 pages so there will be stats
Great one Thanks for it, really helpfull.
One bug: Last day on first page is separated and not properly counting (1 item on first page rest on the second one). On the second page it didnt count sales from the first page of that day.
survivor saidI’m seeing an “install” button, but clicking it doesn’t do anything. Hmm…
themolitor saidDo You have Greasemonkey plugin instaled in your FF?
I’m clicking the link in FireFox5 and all I see is the js script. Am I missing something?
Alternatively if you have Greasemonkey installed, just save the js file you see, keep the file name the same, and then open with Firefox. It should install then, without a problem.
just changed the exclude rule for withdrawals, please redownload and let us know if it’s fixed now.
@EugeneO and ThemeProvince
if (item == "Withdrawn cash") returnin code so they should be excluded (they are on our account)
you have a different text in there ?
Dissatisfied with the lack of some summary information on the default marketplace statement page, we decided to create a greasemonkey script to sort this out.
The script adds a second table above the normal statement table, which contains summary data about the total amounts of earnings & sales for each day. The data is displayed on a file by file basis as well as globally at the end of each day. Here is a shot of the result:
To install the script simply click HERE , and if you are using Firefox or Chrome it will auto install. With Opera the js file will be opened in a new tab from where you just need to save it to your hard drive, making sure to keep the filename intact. Then you will need to insert it into your user scripts folder. Here is a small guide on how to do that here.
Note: Earnings data in the above image are dummy values. Like you didn’t already know that eh! Also seeing as the month has just changed, most of your statements will be empty, so to properly view the script’s functionality, click on one of your previous statements.
Let us know how it goes for you.