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template.user.js // ==UserScript== // @name Stack Exchange Userscript (Template) // @grant none // @match *://*.stackexchange.com/* // @match *://*.stackoverflow.com/* // @match *://*.superuser.com/* // @match *://*.serverfault.com/* // @match *://*.askubuntu.com/* // @match *://*.stackapps.com/* // @match *://*.mathoverflow.net/* // ==/UserScript== var ...


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Here is a one for css too: // ==UserScript== // @name changeMe // @namespace http://use.your.homepage/ // @version 0.1 // @description addSomethingUseful // @match http*://*.stackoverflow.com/* // @match http*://*.serverfault.com/* // @match http*://*.superuser.com/* // @match http*://*.stackexchange.com/* // @match ...


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I'm detecting which page we are using the StackExchange object: The property StackExchange.options.routeName can be (among other values): Questions/Show (/questions/POST-ID) Questions/List (/questions) Questions/ListByTag (/questions/tagged/TAG-NAME) So, to run a script only when viewing an individual post: var userscript = function($) { if( ( ...


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Of course as soon as I finally break down and ask a question I see my mistake: Applications that have the client side flow enabled can use https://stackexchange.com/oauth/login_success as their redirect_uri by default. I had "Desktop OAuth Redirect Uri" disabled which the javascript SDK uses. (Note the url posted in the question) Leaving this up here in ...


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I faced the same issue when I was using the stack exchange API to post a message to stack overflow website. I figured I had to post my application on a domain name. I hosted my application on free domain provided by 000webhost.com. You may wish to take a similar approach. After deploying the application on the domain, change the oauth domain and the ...


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The markdown code supposedly lives at the pagedown project on code.google.com. (Reference) You may also find these files to be useful: The commented, human readable version of wmd.js The commented, human readable version of full.js Personally, I find it easier to just use normal <textarea> processing followed by a call to ...


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The question is still not clear, please rewrite it like: I do X. I expect Y. But I get Z. Update: From the comments: Apparently the OP's problem really was that accessing StackExchange.options.routeName in the script, outside the injected code, caused a ReferenceError, when using Scriptish, not Tampermonkey and Greasemonkey as stated in the question. ...



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