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FB: Post Tools & Statistics

Shows exact timestamps and post information on Facebook Posts.

Yazar
JZersche
Günlük kurulumlar
0
Toplam kurulumlar
99
Değerlendirmeler
1 0 0
Versiyon
1.23
Oluşturulma
Güncellenme
Lisans
N/A
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Remove the black squares after install or it won't work.
// @require https://greasyfork.org/scripts/12228/code/setMutationHandler.js
// @██require https://momentjs.com/downloads/moment.min.js
// @███require https://momentjs.com/downloads/moment-with-locales.min.js
// @████require https://html2canvas.hertzen.com/dist/html2canvas.js



Show exact timestamps and post information on Facebook posts, also features a Copy Text button to copy the text of the status, and a Export Post button to save the post as an image. Version 1.10 So far, It is working with both /photos/ and /posts/ pages. When clicking the Export Status button the page URL must be on the status page. To get to those pages you must click the timestamp of the post you want to save prior to saving the post.

For example, the URL must match the below formats:
colouroftheyear/posts/618979591931953
colouroftheyear/photos/a.531695893993657/640641593099086

Currently the Exporting post feature is locked to support only 1440 or 1402 window.innerWidth. You can open your console and check your innerWidth and tweak the code to support it if you can figure out how. Support for more resolutions is in progress.







The script uses 3 unapproved external scripts to work. In order for this script to work you need to edit the script after you install it to allow the external scripts to function properly. Lines 11 - 13 are the External Scripts. Remove ██ ███ ████ from those lines before use.

Available option for times are:

'M/DD/Y \\at LTS' ─ 9/01/2018 at 11:57:55 PM
'l \\at LTS' ─ 9/1/2018 at 7:39:45 AM
'L \\at LTS' ─ 09/07/2018 at 7:39:45 AM

'LT' ─ 8:30 PM
'LTS' ─ 8:30:25 PM
'L' ─ 09/01/2018
'l' ─ 9/1/2018
'LL' ─ September 1, 2018
'll' ─ Sep 1, 2018
'LLL' ─ September 1, 2018 8:30 PM
'lll' ─ Sep 1, 2018 8:30 PM
'LLLL' ─ Thursday, September 1, 2018 8:30 PM
'llll' ─ Thu, Sep 4, 2018 8:30 PM


..and you would insert that on line 53.
+ 'on ' + moment(new Date(abbr.dataset.utime * 1000)).format('l \\at LTS')