GreasyFork Moderator Actions Log Viewer

to view GreasyFork Moderator Actions Log Table

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The GreasyFork Moderator Actions Log Viewer is a user script designed to enhance your experience when viewing the GreasyFork Moderator Actions Log Table. Before installation, it is important to understand how this script works and what features it offers.

This script adds several functionalities to the log table, making it easier to navigate and analyze the data. Here's an overview of the features:

  • Date Formatting: The script formats the dates in the log table to a custom format that includes the year, month, day, and time. It also displays the time zone offset in GMT.

  • Script and User Identification: The script identifies script and user entries in the log table and adds a unique identifier to them. It separates script entries with the prefix "Script:" and user entries with the prefix "User:". This allows for easy identification and differentiation of entries.

  • Action Badges: The script converts certain actions in the log table into badges for better visibility. Actions such as "Ban," "Delete and lock," and "Undelete" are converted into badges with relevant labels and colors.

  • Hyperlink Conversion: The script converts URLs within the log table into clickable hyperlinks. This makes it convenient to access related resources or external links directly from the table.

  • Sorting and Filtering: The script enables sorting and filtering functionalities for the log table. You can click on the table headers to sort the table by the respective column. Additionally, search inputs are provided for each column, allowing you to filter the table based on specific values.

To use the GreasyFork Moderator Actions Log Viewer, you need a user script manager such as Tampermonkey. Once you have installed the script, it will automatically enhance the GreasyFork Moderator Actions Log Table whenever you visit the corresponding page (URL:*/moderator_actions*).

Please note that this script is provided under the MIT license and was created by CY Fung.