Meanings of the color borders around the icons:
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Inside the script, there is a list of dictionaries that contains of all the sites, and the data necessary to check IMDb against them. Each site is a dictionary with the following attributes:
name: The site name, abbreviated.
searchUrl: The URL to perform the search against, see below for how to tailor the string to a site.
matchRegex: The string which appears if the searchUrl doesn't return a result.
postiveMatch(optional): Changes the test to return true if the searchUrl does return a result that matches matchRegex
TV(optional): If true, it means that this site will only show up on TV pages. By default, sites only show up on movie pages.
both(optional): Means that the site will show up on both movie and TV pages.
spaceEncode(optional): Changes the character used to encode spaces in movie titles. The default is '+'.
goToUrl(optional): Different URL used for link (instead of
loggedOutRegex(optional): If any text on the page matches this regex, the site is treated as being logged out.
configName(optional): Use this to allow changing names without breaking existing users.
inSecondSearchBar(optional): Places site at the second searchable bar.
inThirdSearchBar(optional): Places site at the third searchable bar.
rateLimit(optional): Connection rate limit in milliseconds. Default is 200. On the Search/List pages it will be increased by a factor of 4.
mPOST: HTTP request by POST method. For the sites that doesn't support GET.
Parameters you can use inside the URL:
%tt%: The IMDb id with the tt prefix (e.g. tt0055630).
%nott%: The IMDb id without the tt prefix (e.g. 0055630).
%search_string%: The movie title (e.g. Yojimbo). Depends on your preferences at www.imdb.com/preferences/general .
%search_string_orig%: The original movie title (e.g. Yôjinbô). Reverts to %search_string% if an original title is not set at IMDb.
%year%: The movie year (e.g. 1961).
See the script for examples.
Follows a bastardization of the semver standard: