@jenn A sticker?
they are probably going to send you an actual sticker
Sounds cool but nothing happens to me when i click the bookmark
Beacuse they just added a content security policy.
at least this cant be modified and used maliciously.
Yeah, it’s great on a safety standpoint.
just fixed! However you will need to manually update from now on everytime there is a new feature added to this. Just redo the installation steps and you should be good!
Thanks for the offer Jenn, but I’ll pass.
I’ll pass, too . But thanks, @jenn!
got mine in the mail today, thanks!
What about pushing the script on NPM? You could include it via cdnjs.cloudflare.com
they don’t serve all packages on npm, do they?
hm til NEL headers
The emoji replace function doesn’t seem to work for
(:<, probably because those are listed after the angle brackets
<> are already replaced:
e.replace(/\&/g, "&").replace(/\</g, "<") .replace(/\>/g, ">").replace(/\"/g, """) .replace(/\'/g, "'").replace(/\//g, "/") .replaceAll("):<", "😡").replaceAll("(:<", "😈") [...]
Maybe a fix could be to move the replacements for those two emojis before the replacement for the less than symbol
<, or to match for
Also, I think those emoticons are more commonly written in the mirror form of what is in the code (
>:)), but that’s just my subjective opinion.
cdnJS serves a set of pre-selected packages, while JSDevlier serves all of NPM.
Hi everyone! Now I have implemented a bot and some features plus It’s working perfectly, but it does not auto-update! To update, type
Hi everyone! Good news! Now you can use * to italic; ** to bold text, a backtick to
code, # to ###### for titles, - for lists and [ ] for checkboxes ([ X] to checked checkboxes), and markdown for links, images, and much more! Everything is powered by mark.js.
I would also like to thank the community for all the support in this project. I have implemented a lot of things in the lastest versions.
does this still work? didnt jenn say that a recent update might break it?
Yes, but I made an update and it now works