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GreasyFork Bullshit Filter

Hides scripts for popular browser games and social networks as well as scripts that use "foreign" characters in descriptions. Applies to posts in Forum too.

Publicité
Auteur
darkred
Installations (jour)
1
Installations (total)
2 607
Notes
63 0 0
Version
2018.9.20
Créé
Mis à jour
Licence
MIT
S'applique à
  • /^https:\/\/(greasy|sleazy)fork\.org\/(.*\/)?(scripts|forum|users).*$/

Description de l'auteur

Hides scripts for popular browser games and social networks as well as scripts that use "foreign" characters in descriptions, when browsing or searching scripts.
i.e. it filters any/all of these 4 categories:

  • Games: scripts for browser games like Kingdoms of Camelot, Mafia Wars and Ikariam
  • Social Networks: scripts for general purpose social networking sites like Facebook, studiVZ and VKontakte
  • Non-ASCII: scripts that use non-English characters in description (accents, umlauts, cyrillic letters, ...)
  • Clutter: obvious spam, titles like "asdasdasd", description = title, title < 6 characters, "just a test", scripts for themes/dark/night mode (because they are, in effect, userstyles).

The filters list appears just below the #script-list-option-groups element (i.e. on the right).
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Note: you may change the value of line 20, const DEBUGGING = 0 to 1, in order the filtered scripts to be highlighted yellow -instead of hiding them- so that you can check which scripts have been filtered.

This is a modified version of this script: userscripts.org Bullshit Filter (by kuehlschrank).
Thanks a lot to kuehlschrank for making another great script.
Thanks a lot to valacar for the refactoring.

Hosted in GitHub


When reporting problems:

  • State name and version of your browser and script manager.
  • Provide a web address where I can see the problem for myself. A domain name is not enough.
    Also, posting a screenshot is helpful.
  • Post any related errors in the browser console.
  • Be as specific as possible. I need to know where to look.
  • For questions/comments/feature request/bug reports please use the (blue) rating " No rating - just a question, comment, feature request, or bug report".