lancehoch wrote:It is not a site option, but there is a userscript "Games Filter" that can do this. Link
A better one would be saved searches wouldnt it?
You can save then load your settings/maps...
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jesterhawk wrote:While I at this time don't have any funds to part with, I will become a premium member as soon as I can.
That said, I REALLY WOULD like the FAVORITE game finder select feature. I didn't see this on the list of suggestions. Is it being considered??
grunion wrote:Great, can you point me to a link? Thanks!Timminz wrote:There is a script for greasemonkey that does this.
ubersky wrote:There are some things that I feel should be part of the site, even though you can find some add on to fix it. Since this is not on Lack's To-Do list as a Reject, I would like to support this built into the site.
If you know how to read the HTML, you can construct your own... i.e.
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So I don't think it's a hard thing to store on the site (either in a "last 5 searches" or "repeat last search" or "save this search" at the bottom of the GF menu).
I would support it being added to the site.
lancehoch wrote:chipv wrote:Why not just bookmark the URLs, rename them if you want?
I am pretty sure that the game finder pages all have the same url.
ubersky wrote:You could create bookmarks of the above codes and use them yes. It's basically how the GM script works.
ubersky wrote:no.. I'm not saying that bookmarks are the same as the GM script at all. I think the way your GM Script works is great, and I think that the functionality deserves to be embedded into the site.
It's possible to replicate some of the feature with saved searches, as long as you know how to submit the url correctly, but for most people, that is a pain in the butt, so for most people, the GM script is the best way to go.
Unless they put it in the site.
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