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Dako wrote:Are you sure? It should not take more than 10 secs lol.
Dako wrote:Ok, I will try to look into it. I still want to finish the script so it is working correctly. This is the 1st version with flawed functionality I guess.
To see the cards near your name you need to refresh the page for now.
The message is strange, which cards did you have?
Dako wrote:Ok, sorry, was a mistake for 'non colour coded' games.
Updated the script, now it works in team games with spoisl only and they should work correctly now. Please see again .
darth emperor wrote:Dako wrote:Ok, sorry, was a mistake for 'non colour coded' games.
Updated the script, now it works in team games with spoisl only and they should work correctly now. Please see again :-).
ok,now it says perfectly :D altough i still don't see any image next to my name
EDIT:Now it works,my problem was that I have the stat in the left and not down,but when i put down the stats it shows it perfectly,but when is in the left the spoils don't show...
and sugg. it would better change card to spoils in order to follow CC's lingo
EDIT2:ok,now in single games it doesn't show the button of share spoils anymore
the.killing.44 wrote:Should it, darth?
And in my quads game all of my teammates have posted their cards in a form shown in your thread, but only my cards are displayed (I used the [share spoils] button).
lord voldemort wrote:very cool and helpful script :D
danryan wrote:Brilliant script, no delay at all and very handy. =D>
eddie2 wrote:yep thank you this will be very helpful =D> =D> =D>
Foxglove wrote:Nice script, dakester. :)
One suggestion - add some sort of indicator to show if a team-mates card view might be incorrect or out of date.
I'm always wary of code that relies on other people to take actions! So if a person doesn't post their cards appropriately, their team mates' card view will be incorrect. For example, if player A cashes and ends the turn with 3 cards, but forgets to share their spoils, player B will still see that they have 5 cards according to the script.
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