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Mocarg Moderator says

Hello!

Can someone please make this? :bashfulcute:

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jonathan01 says

no because it doesn’t work that way :)

Look back on old posts to see how the reviewing is now done – the bar almost means nothing now unfortunately and you can’t create a percentage out of it either.

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Mocarg Moderator says

But in the source code you can see the current percent value…

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Smartik says

But in the source code you can see the current percent value…

If it is visible in source code, then it’s possible to “extract” the value. But I don’t understand why you need that? Progress can stay to 40%( for ex. ) 5 hours and increase to 100% in a few minutes. So this is useless. ;)

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BoxedCreative says

I preferred it the old way. 1 out of 256…

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Mocarg Moderator says


But in the source code you can see the current percent value…
If it is visible in source code, then it’s possible to “extract” the value. But I don’t understand why you need that? Progress can stay to 40%( for ex. ) 5 hours and increase to 100% in a few minutes. So this is useless. ;)

I need it because when i open “My Account” and see the progress i always select it and copy it to the URL bar so i can see the percent number… And also i know 5-6 authors that do the same thing…

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Smartik says

When I will upload my next item, I can try to do a Google Chrome extension. That is all what I can do.(But I do not promise.)

Unfortunately I’m not familiar with GreaseMonkey.

:)

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Smartik says

Here we go: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/129946

Ooh, that’s fine. is much better than a Google Chrome extension, only. :)

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