Script Summary: Allows you to put your favourite user scripts into a dropdown menu integrated with the site's main menu. It shows useful information about each script, including when it was last updated.
The script replaces the "Add to favorites" link under "view script source" to add/remove the script to your favourites. A dropdown menu containing the favourites appears next to the "Scripts" link in the header.
In the dropdown, the items first appear in chronological order (i.e. the order in which they were added to your favourites). You can then sort them using the links at the top. Clicking the same one reverses sorting direction and the script remembers the sorting type. You can also change the title by double-clicking it.
Next to each item, the number of comments (c), installs (i) and the time of last update (u) are shown. The script updates this information when it is run 30 minutes after the last update (i.e. it won't update every 30m without a page refresh). The tooltip for each item's link shows the time & date it was added.
If you update the script (by clicking "Install Script" on the right) your current favourites will be kept.
Update 27 May 2008: Fixed a few bugs mostly due to site changes. linkType 2 works again and a "Refresh" link to refresh the stats has been added next to the sorting links.
Update 23 March 2008: Favourites are now saved when updating the script. Script now works if logged in or not.
Update 15 March 2008: Added ability to sort by author. This just means that scripts written by you will appear at the top/bottom. Also, scripts written by you are in italics. Fixed comment-adding to reflect site changes.
Update 4 March 2008: Minor CSS change to make it work in Firefox 3.
Update 17 November: You can now edit the title of the item in the list by double-clicking it. Normal clicks still follow the links as usual. You can also set the title to get automatically truncated using the truncateTo variable at the top of the script. Currently it is set at 70 and will truncate long titles, adding a trailing ellipsis (...).
Not added to favourites, favourites not open:
Added to favourites, favourites open: