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Feb 27, 2:03 PM
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Junelovesanime said:
Lmao, it's not even that much work to add it manually. And just a small amount of people want this so you are stuck with using a custom css or add it in your notes manually. It's done in two minutes so stop crying.


Why do you hate automation so much? The repetitive and tedious task of checking and inputting scores is the perfect place for automation to occur, either officially, or through a script.

I can understand the argument of there being better things to do with programmer hours on the official end, but you haven't made that argument. You've merely told people to stop crying after asking if you were okay when you went out of your way to call people lazy. If anyone is lazy it's you for failing to come up with a valid reason this feature shouldn't exist.
 
Feb 27, 2:16 PM
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Wieselziegel said:
Thanks for testing the script. The code appears to be complete. At the end both functions are being referenced in jQuerys ready function $(function(){}) Check https://api.jquery.com/ready/


Weird, that part of the script wasn't in tampermonkey. I've made sure the entire script is copied and its working fine. Still triggered the server's 403 error but I imagine that won't really happen anymore (or at least until the majority of the scores need to be refreshed).
 
Mar 10, 2:32 PM
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vettexl said:

I cannot get this to work either.

Tested with Tampermonkey v4.9 using Edge Chromium Version 80.0.361.62 and on Vivaldi Version 2.11.1811.44

https://i.imgur.com/oWuEpyD.png


Thanks for the screenshot, I don't see an error there only warnings.

Be sure to click on the large header, otherwise nothing will happen:

I also tested it in Chromium Version 79.0.3945.79 with Tampermonkey 4.9.

What I need to know:
1. Did you click the large header after the page was loaded?
2. What is shown in the console?
3. Does tampermonkey show the scipt as active when you are on the animelist?
 
Mar 10, 9:01 PM
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Wieselziegel said:


Thanks for the screenshot, I don't see an error there only warnings.

Be sure to click on the large header, otherwise nothing will happen:

I also tested it in Chromium Version 79.0.3945.79 with Tampermonkey 4.9.

What I need to know:
1. Did you click the large header after the page was loaded?
2. What is shown in the console?
3. Does tampermonkey show the scipt as active when you are on the animelist?


I don't have a large header? https://i.imgur.com/0tc3rYA.png

https://myanimelist.net/animelist/vettexl?status=6

Unless there's another element that I can click on to activate the scores.

 
Mar 11, 12:58 AM
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vettexl said:

I don't have a large header? https://i.imgur.com/0tc3rYA.png

https://myanimelist.net/animelist/vettexl?status=6

Unless there's another element that I can click on to activate the scores.



Thanks, now I understand. Well that explains why it's not working.
I've now added menu entries which are available when you click on the tampermonkey icon.
Let me know if it works, I've tested it with your list as well :)

https://greasyfork.org/de/scripts/396023-mal-public-score-in-animelist
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Wieselziegel said:


Thanks, now I understand. Well that explains why it's not working.
I've now added menu entries which are available when you click on the tampermonkey icon.
Let me know if it works, I've tested it with your list as well :)

https://greasyfork.org/de/scripts/396023-mal-public-score-in-animelist


Yes, that works! Fantastic job, thank you so much!

https://i.imgur.com/NU1rt05.png

Would it be too much trouble to ask for a toggle to always display scores if you have them cached? Just so you doesn't have to keep clicking on Tampermonkey and then select 'Show public scores' every time you flip between list types like On Hold, Plan to Watch, etc.
 
 
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I tried to make my own version of this by expanding the details to each anime and calculating the MAL score from the Deviation, but it stopped at 99. I guess there's a limit to consecutive AJAX requests or something. I didn't know it needed to AJAX the details. Oh well.

On the positive side, I managed to get every column to sort and filter... provided the user scrolls down and loads the whole list. Actually, my script can take a few seconds to scroll down for you.

But I think Tampermonkey is kind of a hack and not a very safe one at that, so I won't be continuing this, but it was a fun diversion. I want to congratulate Wieselziegel for actually getting his to work. I thought it might not be that efficient to have to visit the page for every anime on the list, but I guess it isn't too bad with caching.
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Mar 14, 3:44 AM
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vettexl said:


Would it be too much trouble to ask for a toggle to always display scores if you have them cached? Just so you doesn't have to keep clicking on Tampermonkey and then select 'Show public scores' every time you flip between list types like On Hold, Plan to Watch, etc.


Thanks for your suggestion. I've changed the script to be enabled all the time, but added and option to turn it off. The only usecase I see is if you have a long list that isn't fully loaded until you scroll down. So the new version should work as you suggested.

https://greasyfork.org/de/scripts/396023-mal-public-score-in-animelist

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IpreferEcchi said:
I'm manually adding the MAL average score as a tag, so that you can filter it.~

I think rounding to the nearest .5 is superior to how MAL does it.~

(Information is no longer useful when it gets too complicated.)

https://myanimelist.net/animelist/IpreferEcchi?tag=4.0
...
https://myanimelist.net/animelist/IpreferEcchi?tag=9.0


That's a nice alternative, thanks for sharing.
 
Mar 14, 3:49 AM
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katsucats said:
I tried to make my own version of this by expanding the details to each anime and calculating the MAL score from the Deviation, but it stopped at 99. I guess there's a limit to consecutive AJAX requests or something. I didn't know it needed to AJAX the details. Oh well.

On the positive side, I managed to get every column to sort and filter... provided the user scrolls down and loads the whole list. Actually, my script can take a few seconds to scroll down for you.

But I think Tampermonkey is kind of a hack and not a very safe one at that, so I won't be continuing this, but it was a fun diversion. I want to congratulate Wieselziegel for actually getting his to work. I thought it might not be that efficient to have to visit the page for every anime on the list, but I guess it isn't too bad with caching.


Aww, thanks. Yeah the number of requests per time did cause some issues, but MaceV had the great optimization idea to fetch scores from the top list instead of each individual anime. I combined those two methods of getting my details, maybe theres a similar method for your details?
 
Mar 14, 9:32 AM
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Wieselziegel said:


Thanks for your suggestion. I've changed the script to be enabled all the time, but added and option to turn it off. The only usecase I see is if you have a long list that isn't fully loaded until you scroll down. So the new version should work as you suggested.

https://greasyfork.org/de/scripts/396023-mal-public-score-in-animelist



this is now literally 100% perfect, tysm <3

 
Mar 14, 8:56 PM

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Wieselziegel said:
katsucats said:
I tried to make my own version of this by expanding the details to each anime and calculating the MAL score from the Deviation, but it stopped at 99. I guess there's a limit to consecutive AJAX requests or something. I didn't know it needed to AJAX the details. Oh well.

On the positive side, I managed to get every column to sort and filter... provided the user scrolls down and loads the whole list. Actually, my script can take a few seconds to scroll down for you.

But I think Tampermonkey is kind of a hack and not a very safe one at that, so I won't be continuing this, but it was a fun diversion. I want to congratulate Wieselziegel for actually getting his to work. I thought it might not be that efficient to have to visit the page for every anime on the list, but I guess it isn't too bad with caching.
Aww, thanks. Yeah the number of requests per time did cause some issues, but MaceV had the great optimization idea to fetch scores from the top list instead of each individual anime. I combined those two methods of getting my details, maybe theres a similar method for your details?
I originally thought this would be so much more efficient if I can just get all the deviations from the list, then I wouldn't have to visit a bunch of pages. But I didn't know that it actually doesn't load the details from the list until you click on the "More..." button.

I also realized that since MAL only loads 300 anime at a time, if I sort using a JS function, it isn't a true sort, since it only sorts the anime that has been loaded. So it's like ah-ha! That's why they didn't just do everything front end. So while I did get my script to sort over all columns, including the seasons and studios, etc., which doesn't work by default, it doesn't quite do what I wanted it to do.

I think the solution for me is a new site or offline app that loads the exported lists.
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Mar 22, 12:40 PM
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Would it possible to make this work for the manga list too?
 
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