Any desire for a fanart.tv user script?

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Yeah, the script is erroring out before it can actually do anything because of some version checking I put in. I'm looking for a key value in localStorage that exists on my computer, but doesn't exist in yours because the script stops breaks right before it stores the value. That's why all the entries are blank.
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Thanks Mordred!
All is working great again. :D
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Indeed. All is good now :D
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Anyone else having trouble with the Lazy Load?
I always get some near the top that don't load at all. Has been that way for a long time but never reported it.
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I see it occasionally. It's not all the time though. I kinda live with it because the lazy load makes those ridiculous, non-pager having pages viewable. Pretty sure it's a race condition where the image is already loaded, gets cleared by the lazy load, but is already in the "pre-load this image" range so it doesn't reload it self when scrolled into view. I realize that sentence probably doesn't make any sense to anyone who didn't write the extension.

Possible work around that I might get to in the near future. Lazy load only effects images after the first 10 or so on the page. Those would all load normally, and then lazy load would handle the rest. I can't think of anything else that would apply.
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hmmm maybe because of the 29384720 Tabs are opend ??? chrome is realy hungry ^^
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schimi2k wrote:hmmm maybe because of the 29384720 Tabs are opend ??? chrome is realy hungry ^^
Damn tab haters :P
I feed Chromium regularly and it never goes hungry.
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how is it with cookies?
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Mordred wrote:Would anyone care if I started developing this as a Chrome Extension first? I've never done one before, so I think it could be fun. I'd make sure it'd work as a Greasemonkey script for Firefox, but it wouldn't be my first priority. I don't really want to get too far down this road though if I'm the only guy using Chrome though.
Is there a Firefox version of this somewhere or did all the Chrome lovers, :?, stop it from even being started?

Also, does anyone know how to reload your tabs in Chrome from the previous session?
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