[Script] WMEOpenData v2.32 (20170325)

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Re: [Script] WMEOpenData v1.39 (20131110)

Postby Twister-UK » Sun Nov 10, 2013 5:35 pm

Bit of an odd one this, took a while before I figured out how to reliably replicate it...

First off, and a bit surprisingly given all the hassles Chrome has given me previously with weird script behaviour, this problem is not Chrome-specific...

Secondly, although performing a streetname lookup changes the script UI in a way which makes it more likely to trigger the problem, the problem can occur with no lookup having been performed.


What's happening is that, if the bottom edge of the WMEOD window is off the bottom edge of the WME viewport when the Send button is clicked, the WME viewport redraw initiated by the send operation causes the view to be shifted vertically by however many pixels are required to bring the bottom edge of WMEOD back into view.

Since the WMEOD window gets taller whenever a streetname lookup is performed, this makes the problem more readily apparent following a lookup, but it can also be forced to occur by manually dragging the window down until it falls off the bottom of the screen even in its smallest state.

What I've also observed is that, if you then drag the WMEOD window back up the screen, or use the minimise icon to collapse it into its titlebar, the WME view automatically realigns itself.


Now I know how to consistently replicate the problem, a fix should hopefully be not too far away...
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Re: [Script] WMEOpenData v1.39 (20131110)

Postby elljay23 » Sun Nov 10, 2013 4:39 pm

Hi, I'm seeing a problem when I reply to conversations that the screen sometimes jumps up a couple of inches. I think I've narrowed it down to WMEOpenData - I've posted some details here. Thanks.
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Re: [Script] WMEOpenData v1.39 (20131110)

Postby Twister-UK » Sun Nov 10, 2013 12:34 pm

1.39 uses the November 2013 streetname data, and the June 2013 gazetteer data...

Firefox+Greasemonkey version: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/137249
Chrome packaged version: http://crx.chizzum.com/WMEOpenData.crx
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Re: [Script] WMEOpenData v1.38 (20131026)

Postby iainhouse » Sat Oct 26, 2013 2:27 pm

Twister-UK wrote:I'm still one impossible task short of earning breakfast at Milliways


I'll deposit the penny for you on Monday. :D
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Re: [Script] WMEOpenData v1.38 (20131026)

Postby dknight212 » Sat Oct 26, 2013 1:32 pm

Twister-UK wrote:
dknight212 wrote:Don't know if this is possible...


...sadly it's all too possible, which means I'm still one impossible task short of earning breakfast at Milliways :(


1.38 now remembers its minimised/maximised state between sessions

Firefox+Greasemonkey version: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/137249
Chrome packaged version: http://crx.chizzum.com/WMEOpenData.crx


Maybe we should all club together to get you breakfast.

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Re: [Script] WMEOpenData v1.37 (20131009)

Postby Twister-UK » Sat Oct 26, 2013 12:44 pm

dknight212 wrote:Don't know if this is possible...


...sadly it's all too possible, which means I'm still one impossible task short of earning breakfast at Milliways :(


1.38 now remembers its minimised/maximised state between sessions

Firefox+Greasemonkey version: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/137249
Chrome packaged version: http://crx.chizzum.com/WMEOpenData.crx
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Re: [Script] WMEOpenData v1.37 (20131009)

Postby dknight212 » Sat Oct 26, 2013 7:52 am

Don't know if this is possible but could the script remember its "minimise/maximise" status from session to session. I do a lot of opening links into new tabs and each time OpenData will maximise itself. Of course, this may be what you intended. Not a high priority, only a nice to have.
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Re: [Script] WMEOpenData v1.37 (20131009)

Postby Twister-UK » Wed Oct 09, 2013 8:57 pm

1.37 supports the new-style WME URLs, sets the correct zoom parameter in the Livemap link, and reduces the script startup time...

Firefox+Greasemonkey version: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/137249
Chrome packaged version: http://crx.chizzum.com/WMEOpenData.crx
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Re: [Script] WMEOpenData v1.36 (20130914)

Postby Twister-UK » Sat Sep 28, 2013 9:08 pm

Everything seems to be back in order again...
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Re: [Script] WMEOpenData v1.36 (20130914)

Postby Twister-UK » Sat Sep 28, 2013 9:21 am

Hi everyone,

Following a recent server reconfiguration at my hosting company, something has gone a bit Pete Tong with my SSL certificate with the result that WMEOD is now unable to access the street name or gazetteer data from my server. I've raised a support ticket to get this fixed, so hopefully normal service will be resumed soon...

Sorry for the inconvenience :(
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