What this is
This page hosts several userscripts to alter and hopefully improve your site experience. If it's hosted here it should work without any problems on Firefox and, depending on the specific script, on Chrome. If they don't, report any bugs to Crayne and he'll work on a fix.
They might work on Opera and Safari, but they haven't been tested for it. See 'How to install the userscripts' below for a link to instructions on getting userscripts to run in those browsers.
What this isn't
An attempt to screw with your browser, your computer, or your life. Nor is it a vast conspiracy to steal those pics of you at the beach wearing nothing but a small guinea pig and assorted fruits. Seriously, these don't do anything other than modify your user experience on the SCP wiki.
How to enable your browser to run userscripts
If you're a Firefox user, go here and click the button labeled '+ Add to Firefox'.
If you're a Chrome user, your browser comes with a built-in support for userscripts.
If you're Safari user, go here to find instructions on how to enable your browser to run userscripts.
That will install the base you need to be able to run the scripts linked here.
How to install the userscripts
Firefox: click on the link below and let Greasemonkey install it for you.
Chrome: click on the link below and download the script to your computer. Open an Explorer window (if running Windows, otherwise run the equivalent) and browse to the file you just downloaded. Then click on the "Customize Google Chrome Button" to the right of the address bar and go to Tools > Extensions. Drag the downloaded .js file onto the Extensions page. Just click 'OK' to install the script.
Opera: This page tells you how to install userscripts for your browser.
Safari: This page tells you how to install userscripts for your browser.
Description: Overwrites the default theme of the wiki and swaps it for a darker color scheme. This is only an aesthetic change and does not effect functionality. For further details on it's development, please follow the debug thread on the wiki which shows what it is and is not capable of.
Description: Inserts a small textbox and button next to your account information at the top right of the screen. Jumpbox allows you to instantly jump to any article you want. Typing in only numbers will shoot you off to the relevant scip. Typing in a mix of letters and numbers, or only letters, will get you that page. So 'chat guide' will get the chat guide. Note that Wikidot takes care of the spaces in there, converting them to dashes.
Both an ENTER keypress and a click on the button work to submit.
Note: it doesn't check whether or not the page exists and it doesn't provide anything in the way of spelling correction.
Previous/Next Buttons for SCPs
Description: This provides "« Previous" and "Next »" links at the top of any mainlist SCP article. Works fairly fast, but does get slower when there's a lot of [ACCESS DENIED]s between the current page and the next eligible article. This is really only a factor in Series 3 at this moment.Verified working on:
Description: Adds a small envelope image to the right of usernames produced with the Wikidot [[user XXXX]] and [[*user XXXX]] syntax. Click on the envelope to go directly to a new Wikidot PM addressed to that user.Verified working on:
Description: Replaces the Wikidot karmabar with one that signifies how many succesful scp, tale and goi-format pages a user has written for the wiki. Also adds a textual representation after the username. This may help you determine the amount of experience a user has when it comes to writing for the wiki. However, that does not necessarily mean users with low author karma are inexperienced.
Note: The page this checks in the background may not have been updated recently (see the textual representation for the last time it was updated.)Verified working on:
Description: Adds a title below the username to signify if a user is staff and what position they hold. May help you keep track of the shitload of staff we have to employ around here. ;)Verified working on:
Series pages dead link checker
Description: Tells you whether or not there's still a title on the Series pages for articles that have been deleted. Inserts a div at the top of the page telling you that either there are no dead links, or the slots that still have a title, but no corresponding page.Verified working on:
Real Rating Info
Description: Adds a clickable text underneath the rating module for a page, that tells you more about its real rating including how many up- and downvotes it has from active members, how many deleted accounts voted on the page, and whether there are double votes.Verified working on:
HIRTOY? (Have I Read This One Yet?)
Description: Records and displays whether you've already read an SCP article (-J etc. included). Displays an icon to the left of the page title, with a green checkmark for articles you've read, a red X that you can click to manually mark the article as read, and a button to the far right of the title to toggle automarking articles as read as you view them.
Now also adds a green checkmark on Series pages to show you've already marked an article as read.Verified working on:
Description: Hides the rating module, and modifies the rating link at the bottom to not show the current rating.Verified working on: