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I recently modified the description on 5 of my userscripts. Now it won't automatically update, and if I attempt to import or edit the same script, it creates a brand new userscript.
Is there any way to prevent creation of a new script or at least transfer the current users from the old userscript to the new one?
I just attempted to update a userscript and got a 400 message "
@icon unsupported file type or dimensions are too large."
My userscript targets GitHub and uses GitHub's own icon (https://github.com/fluidicon.png). Yes, it's 512x512 but it's been working just fine as an
@icon for a long time now. Do I need to photoshop a smaller version now? And change it for every userscript I need to update?
The only reason I am forced to manually update my userscripts is because the GitHub hook doesn't work... using OUJS is already making me do extra work, please fix this!
data: URI's could pose a DMCA risk.
Almost all userstyles are below 100KB (ref) and therefore limit their use of URI encoded images due to the restrictions set by USO. You could impose a no-URI restriction if it is that much of a concern.
putting CSS directly into a tag and injecting in via a .user.js is fairly simple in a .user.js and very clean
There are a few reasons it is better to use a style-specific addon versus adding the style through a userscript
document-startthere may still be a FOUC. We've encountered this problem with our GitHub-Dark Script userscript, but we've never had a problem with our GitHub-Dark userstyle.
GM_addStyleare appended to the
<head>and even styles using an
!importantflag may be overridden by the default style if it also uses the flag.
In my userscript markdown, I've included
kbdHTML elements, but they do not render properly
Hmm, when I use preview, it renders correctly, but in my script info, it doesn't: https://openuserjs.org/scripts/Mottie/GitHub_Custom_Hotkeys