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|Jesse Andrews Admin||
The following is an archive of comments made before threaded discussions was implemented (November 16th, 2008)
|jens haas User||
great script! i love it!
but ive got one question,
thanks for all your work
Without doubleclick, even easier:
replace this line:
that will also create the "origin image" link under the thumbnail for the first set of results.
Excellent script, Pawel!
Without doubleclick the easy way:
Just change the line
...and voilá, no more doubleclick needed.
I'm using firefox3.0 +
and this script permanently load and add the second page :(
|alto maltés Scriptwright||
You did a very nice job!!
|Marc Brando User||
This is a great script.
Check out User Script Updates - simply update the header of your script and your users will be able to receive change-notification when you improve this script...
My only suggestion is to get rid of the "origin image" and just leave the "origin page", as if people want the actual image then they are just going to click the thumbnail.
Another advantage of doing this is that you can make the page link slightly bigger.
Please consider it, cheers...
Awesome Script !
Way to go, what an awesome script! Thanks!
|Paweł Kubisz Script's Author||
if course it is - dive into code and find the line
at the end of the script an change this line to this:
|Per Eriksson User||
Is it possible to get it to function automaticly, without having to doubleclick?
|David Regev Scriptwright||
Great script. However, the way ‘Google Image direct links’ rewrites the links is more efficient. The URL underneath the image information is itself rewritten to link to the origin page. Not only does this make the addition of a whole line (‘[ Origin image | Origin page ]’) unnecessary, but the link is also often an easier target to hit.
Would you be interested in modifying the current behaviour?