Hai Rappy. Just a quick question: what should I do if I navigate to someone's userpage and they've got an element that passes outside the content area? Should I edit the offending element or simply inform them that the element violates TOU by going outside the content area? Thanks!
Hey Rappy, thanks for your edits on Common.js and ImoprtJS on mtg.wikia. :)
btw: Couldn't find a documentation for ShowHide2 on dev, just an old talk page. Is this just a more up-to-date version of ShowHide?
A lot of what I did was standard clean up, yeah. If you have specific questions, I can answer them... I removed the hasClass function since it wasn't working and jQuery has it's own function now that's preferred. It looks like the rest was changing addonloadhook's to immediate executing functions.
After you moved the imports from Common.js to ImportJS on the We Bare Bears wiki, the imports seem to have stopped working altogether. I'm not sure if this is normal or not and maybe I just need to wait so I'm letting you know just in case.
I understand your problem with that version so I revised the script and hope, it'll fit the bill now ;-)
Well, additional to that, I can't tell the users to put this on their wikia.js, because most of them do not know how to do it of their own. But for this matter I created a little GUI modal to make it possible for users to change their settings.