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Autopager for the most known websites?

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Autopager for the most known websites?

Hello, since Autopager is pretty much dead (teesoft.info which -i think- stored the websites rules appears to be unreachable) i would ask if someone can develop a script to autoload pages on the most known websites. There is already GoogleMonkeyR which autoloads google search pages, but still there are a lot of big websites that could benefit from an autopager script like Youtube, Reddit, Amazon, Torrentz, Kat, Tpb, Yts and many more. I know it is a very complicated task, but at the same time it could be a very popular script. Thank you
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Autopagerize loads only the odd numbered pages on google, and that's it. I tried on other websites and it doesn't work. There isn't an explanation on how it works or on which websites it should work and since the last version of the script is dated Aug 31, 2012 and the last version of the extension is dated September 23, 2014 i highly doubt it is still worked on. There is also Google Next Page which only does google search and doesn't load ever the second page of a search. So i think i'm not wrong when i say that a new infinite scroller extension or script could be very useful to many people
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I use Autopagerize (as Chrome extension but the code should be the same as in addon or userscript) for many years and it works on 99% sites with pagination I encounter, google included. The rules are constantly and very actively added: http://wedata.net/databases/AutoPagerize/items/history

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Then, i guess it's a firefox problem
wOxxOmMod
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Indeed, Autopagerize needs fixing. I forgot that I've fixed it locally to support dynamic pages like Google. But my fix was kinda naive so I'll see if I can make it better.

BTW AutoPager Fixed works for me so far in FF 41 with my custom google rules:

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I tried with an ubuntu pc and autopager fixed works, but on my windows pc it doesn't. No freaking idea why.

EDIT: i updated firefox on ubuntu and it stopped working even there. I think past version 40.0.3 of firefox it probably doesn't work at all
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Indeed, Autopagerize needs fixing. I forgot that I've fixed it locally to support dynamic pages like Google. But my fix was kinda naive so I'll see if I can make it better.

BTW AutoPager Fixed works for me so far in FF 41 with my custom google rules:

wOxxOm how do you create custom rule for google ?
please help me
wOxxOmMod
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I'm using Chrome and Autopagerize extension.

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The rules are constantly and very actively added: http://wedata.net/databases/AutoPagerize/items/history

Yes, but i don't understand how they update / send rules to this database....

1 - How to send our own rules to update this data bases, ?
Before it was possible with the defunct Autopager...

2 - How to add our own rules and make them override the webdata rules ?
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No more infos ?
:wink:
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Bump ...

wOxxOmMod
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  1. Just use that site to add/edit the rules, then click update in Autopagerize's options.
  2. Or use a custom fork and install it locally as un unpacked extension instead of the official one: https://github.com/tophf/autopagerizeforchrome
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I need rules for autopager for google search, can someone help me?
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I use Autopagerize (as Chrome extension but the code should be the same as in addon or userscript) for many years and it works on 99% sites with pagination I encounter, google included. The rules are constantly and very actively added: http://wedata.net/databases/AutoPagerize/items/history

The userscript doesn't work on eurogamer.net and whatculture.com, some of the first websites I tested with.

wOxxOmMod
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The userscript/extension uses rules from its wedata repository so if those sites use nonstandard page navigation you need to write a rule or ask someone to do it.

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I can write rules but where put them ?
Or Post them ?
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Yes i know.
but i think i need to be logged in http://wedata.net to post a new rules ?
And find an openID for that.

After 2 hours, i find how to login with an openID in it...pffff.

by example:
openID with identity page for Yahoo user:
https://me.yahoo.com/YOURusernameOFyouremail

Now I can add rules in it:
http://wedata.net/databases/AutoPagerize/items/new

I need to test that :smile:

Ps:
I think this userscript i useful for wedata login:
Wedata Login Utility
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Yes that's an old post
:-)
But I wanted retest the Webdata login thing.... which fail now.

Now i can't log to it with my old OpenID from Yahoo (as i can do before):
Yhaoo change something and i don't understand how/where to obtain their new openid .

An idea ?

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