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Newest version handles the primary port not being available for USO. Currently all updaters are not available for scripts that don't have one... icons are not available since that's part of the wrapping... basically what is left right now is the Security Advisory... this is by design. When the primary port is restored I will reenable them and trigger another update. Existing hard-coded usoC users can still install
but it takes about 20ish seconds to timeout and return the GM_log failure code. AAU hard-coded users will take even longer to timeout (I gave up waiting after 3 minutes). If you have the GMC homepage preference to force userscripts.org to install on the SSL channel... turn it off so you can install scripts.
If you like this script check out it's companion uso - Count Issues! BLAH BLAH BLAH! AHH AHH AHH AHH! ;) :)
I have disabled usoCheckup for the time being by immediately returning this code for all hard-coded
@require requests due to increasing hanging times from userscripts.org requests:
console.log( [ 'WARNING:', 'usoCheckup is offline until userscripts.org is back on their feet.' ].join('\n') );
Assuming someone is using an older version of installWith the wrapper request should redirect to the alternate port on userscripts.org with the respective
scriptid and will not be rewrapped.
When using Firefox 5.x+ the grey advisory throbs to indicate that information is being retrieved from userscripts.org (USO). Usually if this advisory stays solid grey on the strong "Install" button that means there may have been an unexpected error. The black advisory means there was probably an error with USO but is expected. If a weak advisory gradient is present on the "Install" or "Install with" button that usually means that there might be an embedded updater already in the script. Please check the tool tip, sidebar and/or source code to be sure. If the border tab color on "Install" or "Install with" changes to an advisory color that usually means there is already a known updater perhaps in addition to a possible embedded. Attaching an updater to the top-level script should only occur when the words "Install with" are present and an appropriate update provider is selected.
The Advisor is not intended to be legal advice nor does it establish a Client/Attorney relationship. This is also no substitute for determining if a security risk is actually present even if it is green.
For the governing license of your script please consult the Official Mozilla Licensing FAQ
Compatibility with the following updaters:
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This is by no means a complete listing... Many thanks to those who have mentioned this script around the globe! :)
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