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Tumblr Dashboard - clickable links to images and display time-stamps

Linkifies all images in the tumblr dashboard stream. The script also displays the time-stamp of each post in the upper right corner.

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The posts on the Tumblr dashboard can be of different types:

  1. post with one image with link to post
  2. post with one image with link to some arbitrary URL (typically external non-tumblr URL)
  3. post with one image and no link
  4. post with multiple images, each with direct link to high-res image
  5. post with multiple images inter-spaced with text in-between, all images but the first with no link
  6. NOW SUPPORTED (v1.2.0): post that acts as a link to an external URL and with an image as "thumbnail"
  7. post with non-image content (e.g. movie or text)
  8. post with ads

This script modifies all image posts (types 1 to 6) to link to their high-res version.
(Currently this is 1280 for JPG and PNG and 540 for GIF - as of 2018-08-09 Tumblr seems to have cut off access to the raw version of images)

UPDATE 1.2.0 - 2018-10-27

  • fix for performance issue introduced with 1.1.0
  • NEW support for posts that act as links to an external URL.
    -> For these posts it does not make sense to completely replace the original link with the image link
    -> Instead, only the image will now link to its high-res version while the rest of the post still links to the original URL.

UPDATE 1.1.0 - 2018-10-25

  • display time-stamp of each post in the upper right corner
    -> For posts with "source app info" (e.g. "TumbleOn"), the time-stamp will replace this

UPDATE 1.0.1 - 2018-10-09

  • include "likes"

Requests to users of this script

  • Request #1: If any new possibility to access RAW images appears - please let me know
  • Request #2: If the time-stamp display doesn't seem to work correctly please let me know - the logic relies on several assumptions on how Tumblr posts are structured

The script is presented AS-IS with no guarantees - it works well for me, it might not for you...