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BDSMLR - clickable links to original high-res images and display timestamps

This script modifies images to link to their original ("-og") high-res version (READ WORKAROUND NOTE!). In addition, it unhides/expands all images of large multi-image posts and displays the timestamp of the post in the upper right corner (dashboard only).

المؤلف
marp
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الإصدار
2.6.0
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الترخيص
GNU AGPLv3
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  • bdsmlr.com

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This script modifies bdsmlr.com image posts to link to their high-res "-og" version.
(Easily accessible by opening in a new tab via "middle-mouse" click).

On 2019-02-15, bdsmlr added support for accessing the -og original image version themselves - but only for newer posts. As of version 1.10 of this script, any such newer -og links (-og images on cdn04 and higher servers) are kept as is while the script logic is still applied to non-og links (e.g. older posts or posts for which the new support isn't working properly).

This approach currently works for:
- bdsmlr dashboard (including group streams)
- blogs displayed as overlay on the right side of the dashboard
- blog streams (xxx.bdsmlr.com)
- individual posts (xxx.bdsmlr.com/post/yyyyyyy)
It does NOT work for the archive view of a blog (xxx.bdsmlr.com/archive)


IMPORTANT - WORKAROUND SIDE-EFFECTS:
With this script the inline popup image display does NOT work anymore, currently.
-> The image has to be opened in a new tab (middle-mouse), instead!
The new tab will start out with a 404 error - which will be replaced with the image after a few seconds!
(This behavior is due to a workaround required for faulty circular redirections on some bdsmlr image servers)

Also, please note that there is NOT always an original high-res ("-og") version available for each and every posted image. In such cases, the script will fallback to the "non-og" version of the image.


In addition, the script also displays the newly introduced (2019-03-01) time-stamp in the upper right corner of each post.
This currently works for the dashboard, only - the other views (individual posts, individual blogs) do not (yet?) contain any time-stamp data.


As of 2.3.0, the script also automatically unhides all images of larger multi-image posts (instead of having to click manually on "show x more images").


Feedback as well as technical advice for further script improvement is very welcome.

The script is presented AS-IS with no guarantees.