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RightHere
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Love your work! This looks so great! Just as useful as the Documenter. :)

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Zeplix said
One problem with it: It completely replaces the daily sales, meaning if I get a new sale, I can now no longer see what it is I sold. Instead, I would like it how it is now, but ALSO keep the old daily sales page beneath it. That would greatly improve it’s usability for me, since checking the daily sales is quite important for me.

Good suggestions, I’ll keep that in mind

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Flinzar
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wow! nice work!!!

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revaxarts
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I published an update which fixes some calculation bugs. I also added some additional tables for purchases, referrals and deposits. You can now select a date range.

The standard table is now beneath the Statementer

Update now

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sekler
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I can’t install it.

I’m using Firefox 5.0, and when I click download, it just opens the js file in a new tab.

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sekler said
I can’t install it. I’m using Firefox 5.0, and when I click download, it just opens the js file in a new tab.

Check out the install instruction page

The script is working on Firefox (with Greasmonkey add on) on Chrome and Opera (with local user file)

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i noticed a bug on a couple of my statements. heres the screen shot

example of it working on a statement

example of it not working on a statement

i think it has to do if an item was removed maybe?

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chrismccoy said
i noticed a bug on a couple of my statements. heres the screen shot

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i think it has to do if an item was removed maybe?

All data comes from the CSV so the mistake must be there.

Can you play around with the slider to figure out on which item the error occurs?

Further check the CSV file for that item

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revaxarts said
chrismccoy said
i noticed a bug on a couple of my statements. heres the screen shot

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i think it has to do if an item was removed maybe?

All data comes from the CSV so the mistake must be there.

Can you play around with the slider to figure out on which item the error occurs?

Further check the CSV file for that item

the csv file is actually fine, its the way it parses the data for the earnings page, i think it has something to do with certain chars.

see how it just says “facebook plugins”

when in fact its this.

so you just need to adjust for special chars I guess, this is with the userscript disabled.

hope this helps.

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revaxarts said
chrismccoy said
i noticed a bug on a couple of my statements. heres the screen shot

...

i think it has to do if an item was removed maybe?

All data comes from the CSV so the mistake must be there.

Can you play around with the slider to figure out on which item the error occurs?

Further check the CSV file for that item
I have similar problem, it is caused by data in detail column that contains coma (,), so when you split row in line 335 of your script
line = raw[i].split(',');
it mess up you data. Don’t have idea how to fix this though :-(
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