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Aerial Attack wrote:Both End Fortification and End Attacks are available as part of AJAX BOB
Or just click on the link in yeti_c's signature.
Aerial Attack wrote:You do realize of course, that my script to Confirm the Drop of a Game is a Grease Monkey script? So, if you're using that - you're already using Grease Monkey *lol*.
hecter wrote:BOB is a greasemonkey script that runs on CC pages. What greasemonkey scripts do is alter what the page looks like and what happens when something happens or when you do something, ect. ect. It's essentially a program that runs on Firefox. What BOB in particular does it it will give you all sorts of stats and information on your games. It will tell you how much the next set is worth, the number of territories you and your opponents have, how many armies per turn you guys are getting, ect. ect., as well as a few other neat feature. I would really recommend getting it, but first you must be using Firefox, and you have to download greasemonkey.
Download Firefox via that link.
Download greasemonkey via that one (just click the big green button...).
After you've got greasemonkey installed, click this link:
Now you've got BOB Just go in your game, and change the settings to what you want. Set your map opacity, chart type, text map, and all that stuff. But, remember, this will slow down your computer on some maps (Conquerman is particularly slow). If you want to turn it off, just look in the bottom right hand corner and click the little monkey. After you click him, he should be black and white and frowning. To turn it back on, just click him again to make him smile and in colour.
Now that you've got BOB (or do you?), there are a few other scripts you can get, such as the Dice Analyzer, Saved Searches, Clickable Maps, and an addon or two for Firefox as well, such as Conquertell. Check out the Plug-ins and Add-ons forum for these, and just post in there or in Q&A if you have any more questions
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RedRing wrote:Ok, where is this form, and how was I supposed to come across it? Because I am lost. I didn't see it mentioned in the forum guidelines.
Darwins_Bane wrote:fill out the form and this will get looked at much faster.
DeathFirst wrote:Does anyone else have this problem?
When awaiting players for a game the "Drop Game" button is in the same place where "Enter Game" is for active games. I've inadvertently dropped games while awaiting players just because I wanted to look at the map and clicked where I would usually to do that. Maybe it's just a n00b mistake, but I was wondering if anyone else has this problem, and if so, how hard it would be to change.
Thanks for you time.
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