I sorted all Twitter scripts for most downloaded and this script was on top and after reading everything it did, I was excited to download it so I did. After restarted my browser, and signing into Twitter, all that was visible was the side menu showing all the options that you could choose, but how my Twitter page looked never changed. I changed a few options to see if the changes would take effect and they didn't. I cleared my cache and did everything else that was suggest in the trouble shooting section, and still no changes. I can see this hasn't been updated in a while and maybe that's the problem--it might have not been updated since Twitter changed to it's new format. Just for reference, I am using Firefox 3.6.2 and Greasemonkey 0.9.8.
Don't be fooled by the most downloaded programs, because many could have downloaded the program, realized it didn't work, then simply removed it and tried another (I learned the hard way). I really wish this program was up-to-date because it would be the only program I would have used--so sad.
I love this script, but it slows Twitter down to a crawl. Anything that can be done about that?
I use AutoPager so I don't have to click next page a thousand times on twitter. (autopager works on hundreds of other sites. Like lifehacker, google search, flickr, and so many more)
Or click this link for all them, plus more... http://drop.io/6kfei5y#
Very useful, makes the Twitter homepage a real alternative to dedicated clients. Best features: seeing threaded conversations "inline", automatic pagination at end of page, inline pic and video links. Thanks.
It perfects my Twitter experience.
It'd be heaven if replies are progressively indented instead of having the same indents for all replies in a thread of conversation.
This script adds features to twitter.com which - lets face it - twitter.com should already have!
Nice work :)
makes the web interface, which i previously found pretty useless and only used my tools, pretty useful. :)
I tried several other scripts for Twitter, but failed. My basic requirement is simple, just for something can retweet. I used to think about implement a script by myself, but I'm lazy to do it.
Anyway, Troys Twitter Script get the job done. The feature of context grouping is really beyond my expectation.