I'm having trouble getting one of the GreaseMonkey scripts that Shog9 wrote to work (The DailyRepLimit tracker). Should I post the question on how to fix it here or on superuser? GreaseMonkey in general is working, because the question dashboard is working.

The issue: Question marks instead of symbols. This is in Firefox 3.5.5.

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Screenshot is from my page, works the same way on everyone's page.

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    Hey, shog9 has his own tag! Just beat him till he answers, Ross. – Ladybug Killer Dec 11 '09 at 13:43
  • Aha! Let me guess: you copy/pasted the script into a text editor instead of clicking on the link to the one I host. And didn't have your text editor configured for UTF-8 (or any other proper Unicode encoding)... – Shog9 Dec 11 '09 at 17:57
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    I've updated the script listing to use an entity (●) instead of the literal character - update your local script and see if that doesn't take care of the problem... – Shog9 Dec 11 '09 at 18:04

Find the link. If he posted it here, add a response to his question or answer. If it's on userscripts.org, there's facilities there for discussion and reporting issues.


Well, you could always email me I suppose...

Failing that, describe in a comment exactly how it's not working. Or, since you have this question sitting here anyway, do it here and include screenshots of a Reputation page with hand-drawn circles outlining the bit where the rep cap summary was supposed to show up but isn't.

  • Victory, thank you very much. – C. Ross Dec 11 '09 at 18:26
  • @Shog9: Is the script accurate for your account? I installed it using the link you provided and it's telling me I don't even have the Epic badge yet, which I do. – Bill the Lizard Feb 14 '10 at 0:17
  • @Bill: not sure it's accurate for anyone's account... It's just using the raw data (rep by day) from the rep graph, and there's a really good chance that doesn't jive with what's used for actual badge calculations (for instance, if you hit the cap and then down-voted something, the graph would show only a 199 increase and the script wouldn't count it). Note the comments on the original thread - plenty of folks initially awarded the badges who the script listed at well under the threshold. – Shog9 Feb 14 '10 at 0:31

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