This script adds subtitle download links to every TV and Movie torrent page on 1337x (1337x.to)Adds a subtitle download button under the "Torrent Download" button.
Middle-click to open in a new tab recommended.
This script simply uses each subtitle site's search function.
When clicking the addic7ed button (for TV):
If the episode is found the subtitle page for it is opened.
If not, the search results will be opened.
When clicking the subscene button (for Movies):
The search results are always opened.
If you need help or have any sort of feedback or ideas, PM me(NotNeo) on 1337x or WWT Tested on Waterfox(64-bit Firefox) and Chrome
-For some mysterious reason the positioning of the button got messed up AFTER WORKING FINE FOR HOURS. Nothing changed to my knowledge. I don't see how it just gets broken on it's own like that. Anyways, that's now fixed...
...Unless the fix too randomly stops working after a while
-Same problem. Worked for a while, randomly stopped working after a while. Trying a new fix.
This should work as it no longer relies on the site's own classes.
...Lets see how long until this too stops working for no reason lol
-Seems the script broke a bunch of functionality on the page, so I did a complete re-write of the code without jquery. Everything should now work as intended.
-1337x made some changes to the HTML of the site that broke the script. It is now fixed.
-Added an icon for the script, because why not?
-Added support for the new .st domain
-The script will now run on all current and future 1337X domains (1337x.*).
-Changes back to just the existing domains. For searchability reasons mostly
-added .se domain
-added support for .is domain
-added gd domain
-Fixed Addic7ed url
-Swapped out subscene url for a google results page for subscene specific results due to subscene no longer (seemingly) supporting GET parameters
-Added support for the www. prefixed 1337x url
-Added missing URI encoding...
-Properly fixed subscene. Nevermind my previous excuse turns out I'm just stupid
-fixed a problem with getting the movie name in some rare cases where the info box is missing for some reason (in these cases the torrent title is used, which unfortunatelly can also mess up the subtitle search though)
-swapped out old http favicon links for their https counterparts