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|Jesse Andrews Admin||
The following is an archive of comments made before threaded discussions was implemented (November 16th, 2008)
I just wrote a similar script for viewing slate.com in single page format that alters the current address instead of the inbound link: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/36256. This takes care of the whole not-getting-single-pages-from-the-flyout-menu-or-inbound-rss problem! There is a slight flicker when you initially land on a page and it refreshes to single page view, but I find it an improvement for my own use at least.
|PS 1 User||
If you want single page rss links, try out this Yahoo Pipe: http://pipes.yahoo.com/pipes/pipe.info?_id=1prK...
This doesn't seem to work for me on links from the RSS feed (format: http://www.slate.com/id/2164960/fr/rss/)
|Nick Danger User||
I like this script very much. How hard would it be to add something to remove that obnoxious ad that you get when you go to Slate's homepage now -- the one that scrolls your screen down and back up in a few seconds?
|Tom Smith User||
This works well for me, except when using the "Also in Slate" links at the bottom of the articles.
Thanks for your efforts!
|Josh B. Script's Author||
PS - Thanks for the bug report. (I obviously never click the "Today's Pictures" link...) Version 0.2 has been updated so that this script will ignore links to "Today's Pictures".
|PS 1 User||
The only bad thing is it breaks the "Today's Pictures" link from the front page. Other than that, this is good. I've been using it with the slate minimalist script - http://userstyles.org/style/show/968