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Notice to anyone using any of my userscripts/userstyles, the URLs will be changing soon

To anyone using any of my userscripts or userstyles, I will be removing them from GitLab very soon (probably this weekend). If you wish to use the latest working version (and receive updates) then you should probably update the URLs. :)

To prevent this from ever happening again in the future, I have set up sections on my website where they will be available, where the URLs will likely never change. You can find the userscripts section here and the userstyles section here.

(Sorry to clutter up ~tildes, but there is no way for me to know who uses these so this is my best bet. Ignore this topic if you don't want to see it!)

13 comments

  1. [2]
    Durallet
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    You could also push the latest version of your userstyles with the new updateURL to Gitlab, that way people who have automatic updates enabled in Stylus will upgrade to the 2.0.0 version and...

    You could also push the latest version of your userstyles with the new updateURL to Gitlab, that way people who have automatic updates enabled in Stylus will upgrade to the 2.0.0 version and Stylus will check the new URL on your domain for updates.

    BTW - Baukula 2.0.0 still changes the font color of buttons (post comment button and ReExtended "New Comment"/"Back to Top" button), I need to comment out this section to get button fonts back to black:

    body.theme-dracula .btn {
      color: #8be9fd;
    } 
    
    7 votes
    1. Bauke
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      Well it would have been a great idea if I still kept the result in the repository, but I don't anymore. Oh well, this is fine. Yeah I'll be redoing Baukula soon so it uses the new CSS custom...

      Oh right, that's a great idea! Well it would have been a great idea if I still kept the result in the repository, but I don't anymore. Oh well, this is fine.

      Yeah I'll be redoing Baukula soon so it uses the new CSS custom properties, that'll fix that and any other problems.

      4 votes
  2. [2]
    suspended
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    Will Tildes ReExtended be affected by any of this?

    Will Tildes ReExtended be affected by any of this?

    3 votes
    1. Bauke
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      Nop, that will live wherever Tildes lives. This is just for my personal stuff. :)

      Nop, that will live wherever Tildes lives. This is just for my personal stuff. :)

      3 votes
  3. [4]
    Bauke
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    I just removed the scripts and styles from GitLab and also updated Baukula to 2.1.0 (@Durallet), the button issue should be fixed now. Baukula will now also work with all themes, and not just...

    I just removed the scripts and styles from GitLab and also updated Baukula to 2.1.0 (@Durallet), the button issue should be fixed now. Baukula will now also work with all themes, and not just Dracula. So technically the name and description aren't correct anymore, oh well. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    3 votes
    1. [3]
      cfabbro
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      Ooh awsome, this will actually save me some time, since I often switch from the White theme (which I use on my desktop during the day) to Baukula at night (since it's easier on the eyes in low...

      Baukula will now also work with all themes, and not just Dracula.

      Ooh awsome, this will actually save me some time, since I often switch from the White theme (which I use on my desktop during the day) to Baukula at night (since it's easier on the eyes in low light).

      Edit: Uh... by "work with all themes", did you mean it will just change similar elements as Baukula does but keep the same overall color scheme as the theme you already selected? Because that's what it did for me. That's cool too, but I assumed you meant I could apply Baukula's color scheme with any base themes I have set. :P

      Ah well... it still works from as expected going from Dracula -> Baukula, so I can't really complain.

      2 votes
      1. [2]
        Bauke
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        It will apply all the changes made in Baukula, but using whatever custom properties are set by the theme. Previously (if I didn't force you to use Dracula) it would be a mess of mixed colors....

        It will apply all the changes made in Baukula, but using whatever custom properties are set by the theme. Previously (if I didn't force you to use Dracula) it would be a mess of mixed colors. Baukula isn't a complete theme since it only makes changes here and there, so it relies on the Tildes base theme. But now all the colors change properly with any theme as they're no longer hard-coded.

        2 votes
        1. cfabbro
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          Ah... that's not what I expected, but still cool nonetheless. Thanks for continuing to work on these. :)

          Ah... that's not what I expected, but still cool nonetheless. Thanks for continuing to work on these. :)

          1 vote
  4. [5]
    cfabbro
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    Cool, thanks for the heads up. I just updated my Baukula to point to the new location. Out of curiosity, any particular reason you decided to migrate away from gitlab though?

    Cool, thanks for the heads up. I just updated my Baukula to point to the new location.

    Out of curiosity, any particular reason you decided to migrate away from gitlab though?

    2 votes
    1. [4]
      Bauke
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      I wanted control and a centralized place for all of my projects, as well as a space to just dump everything. So I've been moving everything there first, and then if I ever want to also have a...

      I wanted control and a centralized place for all of my projects, as well as a space to just dump everything. So I've been moving everything there first, and then if I ever want to also have a project on GitLab or GitHub I made a push shorthand that pushes to origin and backup if it exists. So all I have to do is add a remote to have it in multiple places.

      3 votes
      1. [3]
        cfabbro
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        Ah, okay. Makes sense. I was just worried maybe Gitlab did something shady/unethical and I missed the news or something. :P

        Ah, okay. Makes sense. I was just worried maybe Gitlab did something shady/unethical and I missed the news or something. :P

        2 votes
        1. [2]
          Bauke
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          Well you know, GitLab->VC, GitHub->Microsoft, the usual junk. :P

          Well you know, GitLab->VC, GitHub->Microsoft, the usual junk. :P

          3 votes
          1. cfabbro
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            Yeah there is that. But at least so far Gitlab hasn't gone rogue yet in terms of monetization efforts, and MS is still behaving itself. :P

            Yeah there is that. But at least so far Gitlab hasn't gone rogue yet in terms of monetization efforts, and MS is still behaving itself. :P

            2 votes